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Cottonwood Beach

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Canoe replica at Cottonwood Beach (bobcat)

Description

Cottonwood Beach is on the Provision Camp Trail in Clark County's Captain William Clark Regional Park. Here there are more interpretive signs telling about the Lewis & Clark Expedition and a series of concrete canoes, native and expeditionary. Lewis and Clark camped here for six days in March - April 1806 on their return journey. At high water levels, there may not be not much of a beach on the willow-lined shore.

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