- Lewis & Clark’s journey through Washington state
Lewis & Clark’s journey through Washington state
The adventures of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in what is now State of Washington were among the most important, vivid, and compelling episodes of the entire journey. The Corps of Discovery made its epic journey through present-day Washington in the fall of 1805 and spring of 1806.
History of the journey through Washington
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The Corps of Discovery enters Washington
Learn about the entrance into Washington.
Sacajawea State Park - reaching the Columbia River
Read about the group reaching the Columbia River.
Proceeding down the Columbia
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Maryhill State Park - at the east end of the Gorge
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Columbia Hills State Park
Discover more about Lewis and Clark's journey between the long and short narrows.
Doug's Beach State Park - the friendly village
See what Lewis and Clark did in current day Doug's Beach State Park.
Beacon Rock State Park
Get a closer look at the journey through present day Beacon Rock State Park.
Approaching the coast
Follow the group as they near the coast.
Station Camp State Park - end of the voyage
Continue following the Corp of Discovery as they near the end of their trek.
Fort Columbia State Park - over the Rocky Point
See Lewis and Clark's involvement in present day Fort Columbia State Park.
Cape Disappointment State Park
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A shortcut on the way home
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The return home
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