The End of the Trail Lewis and Clark Commemorative Statue is a bronze statue of Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, along with Lewis' dog, Seaman. The statue was sculpted by Stanley Wanlass and commemorates the Corps of Discovery journey to the Oregon coast. It was installed in 1990 at the turnaround at 30 North Promenade in Seaside, Oregon.
Latitude: 45.993281 Longitude: -123.93032 Elevation: 10 ft
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I am the Geographer for the National Park Service at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, which stretches from Wood River, Illinois to the Mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon.
I'd recommend visiting Bellefontaine Cemetery, which is the final resting place of many historical figures (including William Clark) as well as an arboretum with thousands of trees, shrubs, and plants and an important habitat for urban wildlife.
Travel the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail!