The last stop on our tour of the Lewis and Clark Trail and a great way to end the trip. This reconstruction of the fort the Corps built to winter before their return is very interesting and educational. The ranger who led our tour, Tom Wilson, was obviously a Lewis and Clark scholar and gave a very good talk. He... 更多
This was our first stop on a recent tour re-tracing the journey of Lewis & Clark. I found the ranger staff very knowledgeable and the visitor center very informative.
We purposefully drove from PDX out to the top of the Oregon Coast to start here and work our way down. It was interesting historical site. It's actually more spread out over a wide range of land. There were hiking trails to do but we were trying to do a quickish stop. About 1.5 hours here checking out the recreation... 更多
We went early in the morning to avoid tour buses and we were able to use our federal park pass at the fort. There is a short interesting information movie that was worth the time to watch. There is a flat path if you want to take a tour on your own to the fort before the crowds begin. It... 更多
This park deserves a quick visit to learn about some of the history of the Lewis and Clark party. It is right off highway 101 and requires very little walking.
My family visited Fort Clatsop last summer and thought it was very interesting and informative! All of the workers were very knowledgeable and helpful. There are also several hikes that you can take nearby if the weather is nice. We bought an Oregon Coast 5 Day Pass, so it covered entry, vehicle parking and day use fees at all Oregon... 更多
My husband and I enjoyed seeing the fort. Amazing how so many could live in such a small fort. Kids and adults will enjoy stepping in to place that Lewis and Clark spent a winter with their expedition.
I'd read about Fort Clatsop, but there's nothing like seeing it in person, especially on a rainy fall day. The movie effectively sets the stage for the L&C experience, and the book store has a very good selection. If you"ve wondered what became of Sacajawea's son, the answer is there. And check out Sacajawea's statue. It's a very nicely done... 更多
This is a very well maintained National Park that focuses obviously on the Lewis and Clark expedition. The film is very educational and the fort reconstruction is very well done. There are many hiking trails in the area also if you are so inclined. If you want some of the longer ones you might have to have two vehicles so... 更多