Lewis & Clark State Historic Site is now open with some site amenities still unavailable.
•Open hours and days are the same as the regular schedule. Wednesday – Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Do not enter the site if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
•Hiking, bird watching, fishing, and biking are all available at the site. The confluence viewing area is available during open hours.
•Note that the Interpretive Center is still closed. Shelters, historic reconstructions, and special events are still closed.
•Restrooms and hand washing are available at the Interpretive Center from the outside. Restroom doors are to the right of the main entrance. Follow CDC and DPH guidelines on best practices for personal hygiene when using the facilities.
•Be respectful of others and practice safe social distancing of at least 6 Feet between persons not with your immediate group. There shall be no gatherings of any kind.
•Masks are appropriate in areas where 6 Feet distancing is not possible.
•For more specific details visit: https://www2.illinois.gov/dnr/closures/pages/parksopenduringcovid19.aspx
Lewis & Clark State Historic Site celebrates the Lewis & Clark Expedition with a focus on the Detachment’s time spent at Camp River Dubois preparing for their journey. A 14,000 square foot Interpretive Center, 15-minute interpretive film, reconstructed Settlers’ Cabin, and reconstructed Camp River Dubois welcome visitors to the Point of Departure.