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Lewis & Clark Salt Works

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History Buffs Will Love It!

Any Lewis & Clark fan will enjoy this site. it was/is fascinating to me how their team accomplished... read more

Reviewed June 16, 2018
FlutistMarie
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Seattle, Washington
Worth a quick stop if you are nearby

A small display of how Lewis and Clark made salt while they were here on the North Coast preparing... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2018
Kathy G
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Everyone needs to take a little time to see the great history here. We have been here many times and this was the first time we stopped at the salt works and read the stories. Take the time!!

Thank Johnny-O_1964
Reviewed June 27, 2018 via mobile

This monument is an example of the creativity of our ancestors as they prepared for their trip back home. Salt was produced from sea water as a food preservative. Although historically interesting, the monument is a little underwhelming.

2  Thank andyh89523
Reviewed June 16, 2018

Any Lewis & Clark fan will enjoy this site. it was/is fascinating to me how their team accomplished what they did. And, we can get a feel for it here. Nice...

Thank FlutistMarie
Reviewed June 8, 2018 via mobile

This is really a 5 min stop to see a spot where some people on Lewis & Clark expedition stopped to make salt from seawater. Nice for history buffs.

1  Thank AnnElizabeth97123
Reviewed May 27, 2018

My son and I were renting a beach bike and rode by this attraction. I'm mildly interested in the Lewis & Clark expedition (being the Oregonian that I am) so seeing this spot where those men stood and lived for a period of time was...More

2  Thank travelinpdx
Reviewed May 27, 2018

A small display of how Lewis and Clark made salt while they were here on the North Coast preparing for their return trip home. It's a small reconstruction, but some graphic boards explain how they did it.

Thank Kathy G
Reviewed April 27, 2018

If you are a history buff and are walking along the beach then take a stroll past this it is an outside fenced off area that has historical value. Parking is available for handicap so that is a plus but it is hard to back...More

Thank sandra s
Reviewed April 4, 2018

Although this is not the exact place of the L & C Salt Works, it is still worth the short visit to get a feel for the intense labor that these men went to. Very informative and historically factual.

Thank montanacarole
Reviewed March 4, 2018

A tiny history lesson shoe-horned into a residential area! A good 10-minute look around & move on to the beach! Informative, nice interpretative display.

Thank Kelzwet
Reviewed March 4, 2018

Enjoyed the walk down the Prom to the Salt Works. Not a lot to see but still historical and educational.

1  Thank tcliff2014
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