Travelers' Rest State Park is home to the only archeologically-verified campsite of the Lewis & Clark expedition. It is also an ancient crossroads of tribal culture. Encompassing 65 acres, including pristine riparian habitat along Lolo Creek, the park marks the intersection between natural and cultural history. The park includes a half-mile loop trail around the historic site, several nature trails, and a Visitors Center and Museum with exhibits on the archaeology of the site, supplies and material from the expedition, and the natural resources used by the Bitterroot Salish tribe.
Latitude: 46.7588 Longitude: -114.081 Elevation: 3192 ft
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Hours OpenDaily 9-5
Visitor FeesFree for visitors from Montana; $6 per car for out-of-staters
The Park's main trail is a level, half-mile gravel loop with a slight incline over a bridge.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are welcome but must be leashed at all times. Please clean up after your dog.