The Little Known Park That Washington History Buffs Will Absolutely Love

If you’re knowledgeable about Pacific Northwest history, you’re likely aware that the Lewis and Clark expedition spent quite a bit of time exploring Washington. In fact, many of our landmarks, structures, and even counties are named after the two explorers. Lewis & Clark State Park is no exception — and while the park is separate from the official Lewis and Clark Trail, the area is loaded with local history.

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Washington’s state parks are second to none. Here are a few more worth exploring.