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137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite A
St. Robert, MO 65584
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Pulaski County USA

Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA
Pulaski County USA

(??.? miles from you)

137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite A
St. Robert, MO 65584
United States


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Pulaski County is that rare breed of destinations – a hospitable area offering iconic sights and landmarks, beautiful scenery, plenty of outdoor adventure and a unique rich history. Here you can hit historic Rou

Just 2 hours west of St. Louis on I-44, make your first stop the Pulaski County Visitor Center in St. Robert at Exit 161. The Center offers relaxing museum-style features, an abundance of information and brochures on attractions and recreational activities in Pulaski County. Other amenities: free coffee, free Wi-Fi, souvenir shop, indoor rest area, and information about events in the local area.

Ready to slow your roll? Head down the highway and experience Pulaski County. There are so many reasons to visit.

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Why You Should Go...

Pulaski County is that rare breed of destinations – a hospitable area offering iconic sights and landmarks, beautiful scenery, plenty of outdoor adventure and a unique rich history. Here you can hit historic Route 66, stop into a classic wayside town, feast on great barbecue or just enjoy the scenic drive. People call this area “America’s Heartland;” its mix of untouched natural beauty – all set against sparkling rivers, beautiful bluffs and colorful landscapes – and neighborly cities make this a welcoming destination.

Just 2 hours west of St. Louis on I-44, make your first stop the Pulaski County Visitor Center in St. Robert at Exit 161. The Center offers relaxing museum-style features, an abundance of information and brochures on attractions and recreational activities in Pulaski County. Other amenities: free coffee, free Wi-Fi, souvenir shop, indoor rest area, and information about events in the local area.

Ready to slow your roll? Head down the highway and experience Pulaski County. There are so many reasons to visit.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus

Available: Audio Tour, Self-Guided Tour, Vending Machines, Kids Activities, Wi-fi, Concierge, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

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With well-known brand hotels, charming vacation homes, rustic cabin resorts or campgrounds, you’ll find the accommodations here are more than just relaxing interludes – they’re the first scene of a new experience.

PulaskiCountyUSA.com offers a complete list of lodging, dining, things to do, attractions and more. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the blog on WordPress.

Check in with the local Chamber of Commerce for your SHOP LOCAL discount card.

Fun Facts

Waynesville, in Pulaski County, has one of five Frog Rocks across America. Its name is W.H. Croaker and was sculpted by a local tattoo artist in 1996.

The World’s Largest Belt Buckle resides in Pulaski County. It measures 3.08 m (10 ft 1.44 in) tall and 4.07 m (13 ft 4.45 in) wide.

Three bridges cross the Big Piney River at Devils Elbow—the modern Interstate 44 bridge, the later (1942) U.S. Route 66 alignment on Highway Z that was made possible by the Hooker Cut through a steep hillside, and the original (1923) U.S. Route 66 alignment on Teardrop Road.

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Why You Should Go...

Pulaski County is that rare breed of destinations – a hospitable area offering iconic sights and landmarks, beautiful scenery, plenty of outdoor adventure and a unique rich history. Here you can hit historic Route 66, stop into a classic wayside town, feast on great barbecue or just enjoy the scenic drive. People call this area “America’s Heartland;” its mix of untouched natural beauty – all set against sparkling rivers, beautiful bluffs and colorful landscapes – and neighborly cities make this a welcoming destination.

Just 2 hours west of St. Louis on I-44, make your first stop the Pulaski County Visitor Center in St. Robert at Exit 161. The Center offers relaxing museum-style features, an abundance of information and brochures on attractions and recreational activities in Pulaski County. Other amenities: free coffee, free Wi-Fi, souvenir shop, indoor rest area, and information about events in the local area.

Ready to slow your roll? Head down the highway and experience Pulaski County. There are so many reasons to visit.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Travelers Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus

Available: Audio Tour, Self-Guided Tour, Vending Machines, Kids Activities, Wi-fi, Concierge, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

How You Can Follow...

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Insider Info

With well-known brand hotels, charming vacation homes, rustic cabin resorts or campgrounds, you’ll find the accommodations here are more than just relaxing interludes – they’re the first scene of a new experience.

PulaskiCountyUSA.com offers a complete list of lodging, dining, things to do, attractions and more. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the blog on WordPress.

Check in with the local Chamber of Commerce for your SHOP LOCAL discount card.

Fun Facts

Waynesville, in Pulaski County, has one of five Frog Rocks across America. Its name is W.H. Croaker and was sculpted by a local tattoo artist in 1996.

The World’s Largest Belt Buckle resides in Pulaski County. It measures 3.08 m (10 ft 1.44 in) tall and 4.07 m (13 ft 4.45 in) wide.

Three bridges cross the Big Piney River at Devils Elbow—the modern Interstate 44 bridge, the later (1942) U.S. Route 66 alignment on Highway Z that was made possible by the Hooker Cut through a steep hillside, and the original (1923) U.S. Route 66 alignment on Teardrop Road.

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