Archive | May, 2015

Fort Clatsop’s Fort to Sea Trail one of coast’s best: Wild about Oregon coast

The Fort Clatsop area of Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks covers 1.74 square miles, not large by national park standards but a critical forested area in the watery, urbanized and logged northwest corner of Oregon.

The park’s main recreation components are the Fort to Sea Trail, which covers 6.5 miles between Fort Clatsop inland and Sunset Beach on the Oregon coast, plus the Netul Picnic Area canoe launch on the Lewis and Clark River…

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Fort Clatsop's Fort to Sea Trail one of coast's best: Wild about Oregon coast. Oregon Live. April 29, 2015.