Local Points of Interest

Each place along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail has its own history and its own story. These local points of interest, nominated and described by local residents, help define the many communities along the Trail.


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Brigham Fish Market

Brigham Fish Market

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On the banks of the mighty Columbia River in Cascade Locks is one of this town’s hidden gems. Brigham Fish Market is reason alone to put the brakes on and roll into this small town, especially around lunch.

Chester Bridge

Chester Bridge

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Dismal Nitch

Dismal Nitch

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The Corps of Discovery’s stay at Dismal Nitch is memorialized at the Dismal Nitch Rest Area. The site is located on SR 401, ten miles south of Naselle, Washington. Visitors will find interpretive wayside exhibits about the expedition, as well as a short trail that leads to the approximate location of Lewis and Clark’s campsite.

Friday After 5

Friday After 5

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Hemman Winery

Hemman Winery

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Jailhouse Pizza

Jailhouse Pizza

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Old Clarksville Site

Old Clarksville Site

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Today visitors can enter the Falls Ohio State Park to visit the Old Clarksville Site. A part from immersing yourself in history, George Rogers Clark’s cabin is a great place to host small picnics and view interpretative panels.