An entrance pass is required to enter Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. If you have an Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, or Military Pass, or the Oregon Pacific Coast Passport, you do not need to purchase this site pass.
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park encompasses sites along the Columbia River and the Pacific Coast. Follow in the footsteps of the explorers and have an adventure in history. Explore the timeless rainforests and majestic coastal vistas. Discover the rich heritage of the native people. Unfold the dramatic stories of America's most famous explorers.
You are purchasing a site pass that is valid only for weekly fees or annual entrance fees at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.
The Park requires all visitors 16 years of age and older to pay an entrance fee.
Areas of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park have limited or no connectivity. Please download this pass to your mobile device or print a hard copy before arriving at the Fort Clatsop Visitor Center.
Entrance passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable, cannot be replaced if lost or stolen, and will be void if altered or reproduced.
Do you already own a pass? Lewis and Clark National Historical Park honors the Interagency annual and lifetime passes that are valid at multiple national park and federal sites as well as the Oregon Pacific Coast Passport valid at over 15 federal and state fee sites along the Oregon Coast. If you own one of these passes you do NOT need to purchase this site pass.
Are you visiting multiple parks? Upon arrival at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park you may purchase Interagency annual and lifetime passes that allow entry at multiple national parks and federal lands. For information about these other pass options, please visit the Recreation.gov 'Buy a Pass' page or compare the passes at the USGS Pass Store .
Are you visiting other parks along the Oregon Coast? Upon arrival at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park you may purchase an annual Oregon Pacific Coast Passport that covers entry, vehicle parking, and day use fees at over 15 federal and state sites along Highway 101, the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway. Learn more about the Oregon Pacific Coast Passport .