Middle Village/Station Camp Park

Location: Pacific County, WA
Client: Washington State Historical Society, National Park Service

This site, referred to during the Lewis and Clark Expedition as the End of the Voyage, is a long-time summer village of the Chinook Nation and an important trading site on the Columbia River. Otak designed this park to tell the stories of this historic place. Designated as a unit of the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, the National Park Service will accept ownership of the park once construction is complete. Otak prepared environmental compliance documents, permits, park development plans that included landscape architecture elements, parking and circulation designs, and wetland mitigation plans, each of which accounted for visitor orientation, accessibility, safety and site connectivity.