• close up view of gate and parade ground of Fort Clatsop

    Lewis and Clark

    National Historical Park OR,WA

Plan A Field Trip

Ranger with students

Park Ranger with Students

NPS Photo

Step 1: Plan your field trip

The right program for you!

We have guided and self-guided education programs at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. Our programs are open to schools, homeschool and exchange groups as well as other youth groups and college groups.

The restrooms, theaters and many of trails (wood chipped and crushed granite) at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park are accessible to all visitors. Parts of the Fort are accessible. Foreign language and braille brochures are available in the Visitor Center. The program presented at the fort replica is designed to be interactive so all students will have a worthwhile learning experience. Please contact us in advance so we can accommodate your needs.

There are also service learning opportunities that arise during the school year. Please contact Education Program Coordinator e-mail us for more information or by phone (503)861-4422.

Ranger Guided Programs

Me and My Park (Pre-K)

Life at the Fort (3rd-5th) and (6th-8th) and (HS)

Class of Discovery

Self Guided Programs

Diligent Pursuit

Additional Programs

Service Learning

The Education Program at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park is committed to service learning, a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection. Opportunities for service learning at the park arise from time to time.

To learn about Step 2: Reserving an Education Program, please click here or on the link to the right.

Fee Waiver

Directions to the Park

Things to See and Do In the Area

Accessibility Information

If you have any questions about the education programs offered, please call the park's education program: (503) 861-4422 or e-mail us.

We look forward to exploring history and nature with you!

Did You Know?

Did you know?

Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks are comprised of 1,824 acres in Washington and 1,421 acres in Oregon, with the two extremity sites being a two hour drive from each other.