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Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks
3,303 acres (1,337 ha)
May 29, 1958
Clatsop County, Oregon and Pacific County, Washington, USA
Nez Perce National Historical Park
4,561 acres (1,846 ha)
May 15, 1965
Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, United States
Oregon National Parks
The Map of Oregon National Parks prominently marks the several national parks, historical sites and national monuments of the state.
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, California National Historic Trail, Mcloughlin House National Historic Site, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Oregon Caves National Monument, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon National Historic Trail, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Nez Perce National Historical Park are some of the prominent national parks of the state.
The Oregon State Map indicates the accurate geographical location of the various national parks of the state. Situated in the southern part of Oregon, the Crater Lake National Park is one of the notable tourist destinations of the state. The Crater Lake was formed after the volcanic eruption of Mt. Mazama. The Lewis and Clark National Historical Park comprise 12 parks that are spread over total area of 40 miles along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument reflects the rich ancestry of the state.
The Museums of Sheep Rock of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is one of the major attractions of the place. The Nez Perce National Historical Park represents the rich cultural traditions of the state.