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Camp Disappointment is a historically significant site in Glacier County, Montana, for its participation in the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The site was named by Meriweather Lewis as such to express his disheartenment about the failure of further exploring the area and expanding the territories of Louisiana.

Camp Disappointment is the very site where Lewis and three of his men camped in 1806. They stayed there for a couple of days, hoping to map their location, but the weather prevented them from doing so. It was the northernmost point that the Lewis and Clark Expedition has ever reached.

If you?re interested in visiting the site, a good amount of information may be needed as the area is in a remote location. The Cut Bank Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center could help, though.
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