Thank you for considering bringing your group to Lewis and Clark National Park. We want to work with you to accommodate your guests. Please also work with us to accommodate the needs of other park visitors.
The fort is relatively small and the visitor center can get crowded. We need all groups to make a reservation to ensure that your group has a good park experience. If multiple groups arrive at the same time your group will not have as enjoyable of a visit as they would have had otherwise.
To Make A Group Reservation For A Visit To Fort Clatsop: Contact Sally Freeman at 503-861-4424 or e-mail us.
Once you receive your confirmation letter, please ensure that your escorts have that letter with them and are familiar with the information in the letter.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation to make our mutual guests' visit an enjoyable one.
Did You Know?
Sacagawea was stolen as a young girl from the Shoshone by the Minnetare/Hidatsa people. In the journals Sacagawea is called "Bird Woman" and in the Minnetare/Hidatsa language Sacagawea means "Bird Woman."