Next was a stop at Fort Clatsop - Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Park. A shuttle bus took visitors from the parking lot to the Visitor Center and the replica of the fort and then took us back to the parking lot. At the fort a man gave a very lively and interesting discussion of the role of Sacagawea in the expedition. She was so much more than a guide. That was the least of her contributions and Captain William Clark recognized her worth early in the trip. She was a remarkable woman.
Since it was getting late in the day by then, I high-tailed it to nearby Fort Stevens State Park near Warrenton to spend the night. It has a large RV park with over 500 spaces and I got the last available space!