Lewis and Clark National Park
Celebrate the enduring American spirit and the incredible history of our early pioneers on the Lewis and Clark expedition at the Lewis and Clark National Park in Oregon. This expansive land spans Oregon and Washington chronicles the end of the famous Lewis and Clark journey.
Visitors can soak up the history of their remarkable journey and explore a magnificent nature reserve and wildlife destination. The Lewis and Clark expedition was the first transcontinental expedition across America to explore and map the western part of the country. The expedition terminated on the Pacific Coast where the Lewis and Clark National Wilderness commemorates this journey today.
Visitors to the Lewis and Clark National Park have the opportunity to visit a wonderful museum that features an impressive collection of Lewis and Clark artifacts and memorabilia. Performers in period costume recount passages from expedition diaries and demonstrate primitive firearms and perform various reenactments. Visitors can explore old replicas of ancient forts and historic landing points and hike the expansive nature trails.
The Lewis and Clark National Park is a beautiful stretch of wilderness that hugs a breathtaking portion of the Oregon coast and welcomes visitors from around the world each year. Visitors can relive the heroic journey of Lewis and Clark and admire the beautiful American landscape that captured the hearts and imagination of the entire Lewis and Clark expedition and continues to enthrall modern Americans today.