The evolution of the mobile device is causing a revolution for people who want to have everything literally in the palm of their hands.
So, if you are one of those people and if you are traveling to Pulaski County, Home of Ft. Leonard Wood, we have the solution.
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau is very excited to introduce our app – Pulaski County, Missouri – a free, interactive mobile application that allows smart-phone users to carry Pulaski County tourism info in their vehicles, pockets or purses.
There are gazillions of travelers motoring on Interstate 44, with many of them destined for Ft. Leonard Wood for business purposes, to see their soldier graduate basic training or to tour the wonderful Mahaffey Museum Complex . Or maybe they are stopping in Pulaski County because of (attention foodies!) the unique dining establishment at a real restaurant in a real cave some sweet BBQ, real hot chicken wings or delicious ethnic food.
Whatever the reason to travel to Pulaski County, it just got easier to get around.
Travelers might be following the antique trail or driving on Historic Route 66 trying to find that blasted Devil’s Elbow, looking for a (The) Drynk, exploring the historical attractions along the way or they are escaping the big city looking for a relaxing cabin get a-way or scenic campsite along the Gasconade or Big Piney rivers.
Historic Route 66 travelers will enjoy the all-new audio tour, available for download from the app. It is specifically designed for those tourists wanting to explore the original 33 miles of Route 66 in Pulaski County on their own.
The tourism app easily allows access to mapping and contact information for tourism-related businesses, such as places to stay, dining, night life, shopping, attractions, and things to do for our guests in Pulaski County.
Our community calendar with event information for festivals, such as Route 66 Fests and Frogtoberfest, can also be found there as well as info about concerts, performances and local programs.
Written by Karen Hood, Marketing Relations Manager for the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau