Cape Disappointment State Park(redirected from Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks)
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Cape Disappointment State Park
Location:2.5 miles southwest of Ilwaco.
Facilities:152 standard campsites, 83 utility campsites, 5 primitive campsites, cabins and yurts, showers (4 @di), picnic areas, comfort stations, 2 boat launch, dock, interpretive center, hiking trails, 27 miles of ocean beach, 2 lighthouses, amphitheater, museum, game courts, ball fields, park store.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, clamming, crabbing, hiking, beachcombing.
Special Features:The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse was constructed in 1856 to warn seamen of the treacherous river bar known as the "graveyard of the Pacific." It is the oldest functioning lighthouse on the West Coast.
Address:PO Box 488
Ilwaco, WA 98624
Size: 1,882 acres.
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