On November 7th, 1805, over two years and 4,100 miles since Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and their Corps of Discovery set out they arrived in what is now Pacific County. Over the next 17 days, the party explored the area from their camp just east of what is now Chinook to the beach which was likely at the time located right out the front door of where these cottages are currently located.
During their time here they noted a variety of plant and wildlife that are still on display for the adventurous. Come stay in our comfortably appointed Lewis and Clark themed cottages while you explore all that Long Beach Peninsula has to offer.
These four cottages were named after key members of the Corps of Discovery: Lewis and Clark, of course, as well as York, the black slave afforded a vote and Seaman, the Newfoundland dog accompanying the group. Each has one queen bed in the bedroom, one queen size sofa-bed in the living area with a full kitchen.