Historic Places

The 4,000 miles of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is dotted with important historic sites which, taken together, begin to tell the long and complicated story of expansion into the west, of centuries of Native American culture, of conflict, exploration, and settlement on the frontier.

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The National Park Service maintains a detailed list of important historical sites from Lewis and Clark’s journey.  Explore High Potential Historic Sites >


 


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Discover Washougal Art Map

Discover Washougal Art Map

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Be surprised and delighted with the amount and quality of public art that can be found in Washougal. Representing a variety of mediums, they are be found in many corners of the city and throughout its parks.

State of Montana’s Lewis and Clark Memorial

State of Montana’s Lewis and Clark Memorial

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The heroic sized statue by renowned western artist Bob Scriver, depicts Lewis, Clark and Sacagawea with her infant son