Fort Columbia Washington Historical State Park
Fort Columbia Historical State Park sits on Chinook Point at the mouth of the Columbia River. It is a National Historic Landmark and part of the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, as the Corps of Discovery passed through in early 1806.
Fort Columbia was constructed between 1896 and 1903 and was one of three forts built to defend the mouth of the Columbia River from enemy warships. The three forts, Fort Columbia, Fort Canby, and Fort Stevens, were manned until the end of WWII.
After being decommissioned, the forts were turned into State Parks.
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