Tag Archives: Pulaski County

Hitchhiker’s Guide to Pulaski County

Newly dedicated Korean War Memorial Monument.

As Interstate 44 runs through the heart of Pulaski County in central Missouri, many motorists travel to our area. Pulaski County is I-44′s midway point between the Illinois State Line and the Oklahoma State Line. Many travelers look forward to seeing the Pulaski County signs on the roadway because they know when they need to top off their tank, grab ... Read More »

Discover Outdoor Adventure in Pulaski County

The Big Piney River at Devils Elbow in Pulaski County.

The Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center invites you to explore our gentle and undiscovered Big Piney and Gasconade rivers. Centrally located in the heart of Missouri, and the heartland of the USA, we are the perfect destination for your family fun getaway. Here’s a letter from Larry Helms, president of the Pulaski County Outfitter Association, explaining why you ... Read More »

Mobile? Pulaski County has an app for that!

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 ... Read More »

Hello, Halloween!

How exciting! It’s not every day you get the opportunity to be a guest blogger representing Central Missouri on this delicious Missouri travel blog. Fresh off a frightful tour at the MO State Penitentiary in Jefferson City last week, I think I’ll stick to the season and talk about scary events planned for Halloween in Pulaski County, located in Central ... Read More »

Pulaski County Welcomes 2011!

Take a relaxing float trip in Pulaski County.

Pulaski County is excited for the New Year to begin!  2011 brings fantastic things to do throughout the year. 2011 marks the 150th Anniversary of the start of the Civil War.  Throughout the state, families and school groups will venture out to learn about this important time of our nation’s history. We, in Pulaski County, are proud of our own ... Read More »

From 66 to 61

Ellen takes a sip at Elbow Inn

After a whirlwind trip on Missouri’s portion of Route 66, MoPhotoGirl and I left St. Louis and Lambert Airport on a Missouri Mission. Our destination … Hannibal. More on that in a bit. First, let’s recap the Route 66 trek. In short, it was a blast. Tiring, yes. But fun, nonetheless. My part of the journey actually began in Lebanon, ... Read More »