Travelers' Rest Connection
Travelers’ Rest marks the intersection between cultural and natural history. Along the banks of Lolo Creek, visitors explore the landscape used for centuries by Native peoples, visited twice by the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery (in fact it’s home to the ONLY archaeologically verified campsite of the expedition) and home to a wondrous diversity of plants and animals. Travelers’ Rest Connection supports Travelers’ Rest State Park through outreach, advocacy, and educational experiences connecting the past to the future.

Hours + Season of Operation

Season: Year-round
Hours: Park: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily; Visitor Center: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wednesday - Sunday

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Activities

American Heritage
Archaeology
Bird Watching
Childrens Activities
Cultural Tours
Education
Exhibit
Heritage
Hiking
History
Lewis And Clark
Natural History
Nature
Nature Area
Outdoor Activity
Picnicking
Storytelling
Walking
Wildlife Viewing
Family Fun
Event
American Indian

Services Offered

Childrens Activities
Educational Programs
Information
Interpretive Display
Lewis And Clark
Parking
Picnic Tables
Public Restroom
Tour
Unescorted Tour
Pet-friendly
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