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

    Lewis and Clark

    National Historical Park OR,WA

Fort Clatsop

Fort Clatsop

Fort Clatsop

Andrew Cier

Fort Clatsop was the winter encampment for the Corps of Discovery from December 1805 to March 1806. The visitor center includes a replica of Fort Clatsop similar to the one built by the explorers, an interpretive center offering an exhibit hall, gift shop and two films. The center features ranger-led programs, costumed rangers in the fort and trailheads for the Fort To Sea Trail and Netul River Trail as well as restrooms and a picnic area.

The park is open every day of the year except December 25th. Daily costumed programs and other ranger-led activities are scheduled during the summer months, beginning mid-June and ending Labor Day weekend. Other events are offered throughout the year, check the park's calendar for upcoming events.

We hope you enjoy your visit to the park, both real and virtual!

 
Map 1

Fort Clatsop Map

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LEWI Map 2

Lewis & Clark National Historical Park

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Fort Clatsop Archaeological Research Updates

Archaeological Research 1957-1998

Did You Know?

Did you know?

The area where the Saltmakers made camp is in present day Seaside, Oregon. Seaside is approximately 15 miles away from Fort Clatsop. It was the first place which provided firewood, rocks, fresh water, game animals and good neighbors.