Following the new Tier 3 mitigations for COVID-19, the Lewis & Clark State Historic Site will be
starting on Friday, November 20, 2020.
Outside use areas like pavilions and prairie paths will remain open to the public. Restrooms accessible from the outside of the Interpretive Center and the confluence viewing areas will be open Wednesday-Sunday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Keep an eye on the Lewis & Clark SHS Facebook Page for updates on our closed status.
Everyone please stay safe and healthy, we hope to see you soon. Social Distance, wear a mask, stop the spread, and help reopen Lewis & Clark SHS!
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.