Whether you coming to Pulaski County for a
Military graduation, attending one of our many
getting "your kicks on
or planning a float
trip along the scenic
Big Piney or
Gasconade River you
will find all the information you need to plan your
vacation, here in the heart of the Ozarks.
Pulaski County is known for pristine river ways, Trail of Tears, Civil War and Military history. Traveler's from all around the world get their kick's along our
33 original miles of Historic Route 66 with over 53 stops along the way; Devils Elbow, Uranus Entertainment Complex, Reed Roadside Park, downtown Waynesville and Gascozark.
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Plate Palooza or
Leonard Wood Graduation Bingo
- Located off Interstate 44 at Exits 159 and 156.
Waynesville is the county seat of Pulaski County and is located in the middle of the county. Waynesville
offers Red and White Ribbon Trout fishing, Trail of Tears Memorial and Trail and museums.
Leonard Wood - Located 2 miles off Interstate 44
Exit 161 and approximately 8 miles from Exit
156. Offering state-of-the art military museums, hiking, fishing and golf.
Robert - Located off Interstate 44, Exit 161, town
immediately outside of Fort Leonard Wood, offering 27
lodging accommodations, over 50 dining establishments, golf, St. Robert Military Tribute and local history museum.
- Lies to the North of Waynesville, offering railroad museum,
antique shop, and fall harvest farms.
Devils Elbow - Located off Interstate 44, Exit 169/163 on eastern
edge of county, featuring original road bed of Route 66, the internationally famous Elbow Inn & BBQ Pit
and the 1923, curved, steel bridge.
- Lies to the North East of Waynesville, offering downtown walking tour of murals, fall harvest farms
and hiking and river float trips.
Duke, is located just 8 miles east Fort Leonard Wood in the
Mark Twain National Forest. 2 1/2 hours from Saint Louis, 2
hours from Springfield and Jefferson City and 4 1/2 hours
from Kansas City.
If you are looking for a great get-away to outstanding
scenery, trophy smallmouth bass fishing, clear sparkling
water, Duke Missouri is the place!
- Located off Interstate 44 Exit 150 in the Northwest
section of the county, the gateway to Lake of the
to the southwest, featuring river float trips, and the largest outdoor venue for music acts within 80 miles.
Using the menus above you may
plan your accommodations,
familiarize yourself with
options, discover what events
are occurring and locate information regarding museums
activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking, canoeing and
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