We had been one other time but did not know that they closed at 5 and it was five minutes til 5 when we visited. This time we gave ourselves lots of time to visit. Even though there were not any re-enactors there this time, my husband and I were able to figure out what most things were used for.... 更多
Great interactive experience, we thoroughly enjoyed the fort and walking around on the trails. Overall, the place is very well maintained. Take note that the attraction is open until 5 pm and then the gate closes. The only frustration was the confusion over paying admittance. There are multiple different passes to the park and the coast depending on what you're... 更多
I love Lewis and Clark stuff. This was a super way to get a quick snapshot into their expedition. Volunteer at desk had tons of data, gave great hiking Rex's and was charming. Movie was interesting and museum awesome. Went on neutral landing hike. Easy and nice for families.
If you have an interest in American history - especially early 19th century American history, this is well worth your time. Most of us probably think of early 19th century American history as focused exclusively east of the Appalachians, but Fort Clatsop reminds us that we were becoming a continental nation very early in our history. The reconstructions are very... 更多
As part of the Lewis and Clark historical places in the area - this is cool. The volunteers make it happen, especially the gentleman that teaches history during the year, and tells history here in the summer! Great clean grounds and lots of history.
We are big fans of national parks and national monuments. This is without a doubt one of the most important historical National parks in the northwest. We enjoyed seeing lots of Children and Families. It's a great stop if you are near Astoria
The two movies give interesting and seldom covered aspects of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Then the exhibits are very well done.
Not a ton of walking so it's easy for anyone. I was expecting more literature about Lewis and Clark and their adventures and had hoped there would be more trails outside but it was worth the stop all n all. Not busy on a Saturday morning which was nice too!
I stopped here primarily because of my objective to visit as many national park units as possible and because the Lewis and Clark expedition is one of my favorite U.S. history stories. I was not disappointed. I spent approx. 1.5-2 hrs here and felt that was sufficient although I could’ve spent far longer if I’d chosen to walk some of... 更多
This place includes a lot of activities: museum, interpretive center, walking trails with easy access and viewing areas. We were also able to do some wildflower pictures. Well worth a stop.