Located in the heart of Clark County, Washington, just four miles from Interstate 5.
The city of Battle Ground was incorporated on June 18, 1951. In 1997, citizens elected to establish a council-Manager plan of Government.
The community lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, providing citizens and visitors with scenic and pristine landscapes. The climate is generally mild, with average temperatures ranging from 42 degrees in winter to 76 degrees during the summer months. Battle Ground is at an altitude of 280 feet above sea level. Battle Ground is also known for its popular Battle Ground Lake State Park in the summer months. The state park’s 280 acres are centered on an ancient crater lake of volcanic origin