Places To Go

Fort Clatsop & Visitor Center
Fort Clatsop & Visitor Center

Fort Clatsop was the winter encampment for the Corps of Discovery from December 1805 to March 1806.

Netul Landing
Netul Landing

Netul Landing is an excellent place to have lunch or launch your kayak or canoe for a paddle trip.

Exhibit at Middle Village with a sunset in the background
Middle Village-Station Camp

Middle Village one of the many village of the Chinook Indian Nation that dominated the Columbia River.

Small, bell shaped yellow flowers grow in clusters tucked among dark green jagged leaves
Ethnobotanical Garden

The ethnobotanical garden is a native plant garden dedicated to displaying some of the plants used by local native peoples.

Salt camp replica
Salt Works

To make salt, the Corps had to find rocks to build a furnace, wood to burn, ocean water to boil, fresh water to drink and game animals.

Dismal Nitch as seen from the highway
Dismal Nitch

For six stormy days, the group was trapped here by fierce wind and high waves at the rocky shoreline.

Foreground ocean waves rolling into a cove. Background high rocky bluff with lighthouse.
Cape Disappointment State Park

A great place to experience where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, you won't be disappointed.

Astoria from the Astoria Column
Nearby Attractions

Other places to visit during your trip around the Oregon coast.


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    Last updated: March 28, 2022

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    Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
    92343 Fort Clatsop Road

    Astoria, OR 97103


    503 861-2471
    Rangers are available to answer your calls between the hours of 9 - 5 PST.

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