Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site, Corbett: Address, Phone Number, Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site Reviews: 4/5

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site
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A popular rock climbing site only 20 minutes from downtown Portland.
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Bob19512014
Gulfport, FL10,612 contributions
History Lesson
May 2017 • Couples
We were on the way to see the waterfalls east of here. Looked like a shady park next to a river. The park was busy, and the river banks had many people playing in and around the shore. Enjoyed watching the train the most as it chugged across the old railway bridge.
Written 20 May 2017
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RSNN
Portland, OR6,303 contributions
Quite An Interesting little park with nature trail, picnic tables, and historical information
Apr 2017 • Solo
I stopped by Lewsi and Clark Recreational Park in the late afternoon and wish that I had stopped earlier in the day. There was more here to take in than I was expecting. I found that there was a natural trail that had plaques of historical information and facts. And there were markers near trees and plants to say what they were and some details about them.

There are restroom facilities, picnic tables, an area to walk your pets, and plenty of parking. Across the road to the west is the Randy River. To the north is the I-84 Highway. To the south is the old Columbia River Scenic Highway that follows along the River for a ways up beyond the Stark Street Bridge.

There is also a trail that leads to the Butte. And this is what I wish i could have checked out if I had more time to do so. But it was starting to get darker as dusk was approaching. I did see a frieght train heading west while I was in the park. The Railroad tracks are right at the north end of the park. And a train bridge crosses the River here.

This recreational park is a great place to just stop and see what it has to offer. An a lovely place to rest or have a picnic and just enjoy the outdoors and the scenery. And it is so close to Troutdale, Oregon as well.

The park is Free, and the parking is free.
Written 21 April 2017
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Ryan G
Vancouver, Canada704 contributions
Nice stop off the highway
Apr 2017 • Friends
If you're traveling between Portland and Hood River this is a nice little stop off the highway. A nice waking trail and it's also popular with rock climbers if you're interested in that.
Written 16 April 2017
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adventurewoman2011
Gresham, OR63 contributions
Sandy River just across the street.
Aug 2016
Small park just off the I-84 Freeway that is well suited for picnics. Has restrooms and a small dog area.
Written 20 November 2016
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Jananah
Oxnard, CA367 contributions
Delightful stop
Sep 2016 • Couples
This is a small park. There is a little footpath with trees marked with their type. There is a clean restroom. Ample parking. Nice stop.
Written 25 September 2016
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mini
Fremont, CA121,596 contributions
Enjoyable Botanical Trail
Sep 2014 • Solo
During my trip to the Columbia River Gorge, I stopped at the Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site and enjoyed seeing the botanical gardens there. there are nice trees and places for picnics as well.
Written 22 September 2014
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Yogaphile
Henrico, VA206 contributions
Wanted to spend more time here
Jun 2013 • Couples
We needed a short break from I 84 and pulled in here to have a snack and rest awhile. It is an oasis off the Interstate with large grassy areas, huge trees, clean restrooms and a shady parking lot. Lewis and Clark had investigated the Sandy River here and there are various historic markers detailing their local expeditions. Worth a stop if you need to stretch
Written 28 June 2013
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GSmith07
Rancho Cordova, CA222 contributions
Love the history
Jun 2012 • Solo
It is a great stopping point and offers a lot of outdoorsy activities. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy what the park has to offer.
Written 4 August 2012
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