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Exploring Lewis & Clark History
Published: 06/21/2017  Updated: 06/27/2017
Photo Courtesy of Lewis & Clark NHP

Within forty miles of rugged coastline in Oregon and Washington, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park tells the story of a young country's westward expansion.

With stunning vistas, abundant recreational opportunities and a rich cultural heritage of native coastal people, visitors of all ages can relive the dramatic story of America's famous explorers by visiting 12 sites along the Pacific Coast. Ranger programs, guided trail walks and paddle tours start June 21 and run through September 3, 2017.

Find out more at: Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, 92343 Fort Clatsop Road Astoria, Oregon (503) 861-2471

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