Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center is located on the southern end of Camp Disappointment State Park. Its exhibits chronicle the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806), examining and interpreting the expedition's discoveries and experiences. President Thomas Jefferson's role was is also explored. Other exhibits cover the history of the cape after the expedition through WWII. Topics include the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse and the role of the Coast Guard. The maritime and natural history of the cape is also covered.
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