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Hotel Near Lewis and Clark National Historic Park

Spend an afternoon immersed in our nation’s history when you stay at our Lewis and Clark National Historic Park hotel!

Less than 40 minutes from the Lighthouse Oceanfront Resort, guests can enjoy a scenic drive across the Astoria-Megler Bridge into Oregon to enjoy incredible views and interesting historical artifacts at this national park. Can’t get enough of Lewis and Clark? Our hotel is also close to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center at Cape Disappointment!

About The Park

The park was dedicated in November 2004 to commemorate the extraordinary Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806. The group of explorers lead by Lewis and Clark, known as the Corps of Discovery, camped out at Fort Clatsop during the winter of 1805-1806.

Today, guests can visit the Fort Clatsop replica that sits on the grounds of the original, in addition to a bronze statue honoring Sacagawea, a Native American woman who famously helped the Corps of Discovery navigate the unknown west.

In the park today, visitors can explore the large park’s incredible sights, which features over 140 species of mammals, birds, and amphibians, along with over 250 plant varietals

Book your stay in our spacious lodgings at our hotel near Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.

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Visiting the Park

The park is open daily from 9 AM – 5 PMEntrance fees are $7 per person (16+), guests 15 and younger can visit for free!Spend an afternoon hiking or canoeing through Lewis and Clark Lake, or take an audio tour to learn more about the area’s history. The National Park Service lists all the special events and things to do at the park, make sure to check it out before your visit and make the most of your experience!


Our hotel near Lewis and Clark National Historical Park is 26.5 miles away. Driving: When exiting the hotel, make a right onto Pacific Ave for 4.2 miles, eventually turning left onto US-101 N. Follow this road for 16.6 miles across the Astoria-Melger Bridge to Oregon, following it through until you cross the Lewis and Clark River. Make a left onto Fort Clatsop Rd to reach your destination.