I noticed that the last review said that there wasn't a fort any more. The previous version did indeed burn down, but there was a painstaking multi-year effort to rebuild it. (Note that both versions were replicas; the original Fort Clatsop has long been lost, although historians and archeologists are confident it was quite near the site of the recreation.)
All in all, a very worthwhile stop if you're interested in history. The paths are landscaped with plants discovered by the Lewis & Clark expedition, and the visitor's center has a good selection of books. The exhibits themselves are modest, and showing their age, but the film in the theater is well done and interesting. Browse through the exhibits, watch the film, then amble a hundred yards to the fort. About an hour's worth of diversion. If you've got more time, there's a trail to hike.
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