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Route 66 Driving Tour In Pulaski County USA - Fort Leonard Wood, MO!

The historic Route 66 is a stretch of Highway that goes across a huge portion of the US. This roadway attracts tons of visitors with its scenery and must-see landmarks along the way. Route 66 runs through St. Robert Missouri. In fact, Pulaski County features 33 miles of Historic Route 66 with a lot of great stops along the way. If you are looking for the best way to take in the Mother Road in Pulaski County, we recommend taking advantage of Pulaski County USA's Self  Driving Tour! Read on to get the details!  Historic Route 66 Approximate Drive Time: 1.5 Hours  Below are a few of the stops you will make along the way. For a full list of driving directions and stops outlined mile by mile, utilize the full Historic Route 66 Driving Tour HERE . STERLING HILLBILLY STORE Famous for their 19 cent burgers. The water pump, now painted red, can be seen in vintage postcards of the store.  ELBOW INN  This was the original MUNGER-MOSS SANDWICH SHOP in the late 1930’s. The Munger-Moss reloca

Take a Fall Ozarks Road Trip to Fort Leonard Wood! 🍂🛣️

 Fall is almost here and a road trip to the Ozarks is one of the best ways to enjoy the season! If you've never been to our area in the fall, you have to make it a priority! Gorgeous fall foliage abounds, a low-key atmosphere and plenty to keep you busy make it an easy destination for a last-minute road trip! Read on to get a few ideas for your fall road trip!  Landscapes and Ozark Mountain Views!  If you are looking for a place to enjoy fall landscapes, Pulaski County is the place to be! Check out this guide from the Ozarks Leaf Peepers'  Backroad Bonanza! The perfect self-guided tour for all the best areas and roads to spot the BEST fall foliage in the area! View the self-guided tour HERE !  Pumpkin Patches & Fall Floats!  You will find several pumpkin patches in our area to get your fall fix! Check out our blog, Visit a Local Pumpkin Patch in and Around Fort Leonard Wood This Fall , to find out where the best pumpkin patches are in our area!  A float down the river in th

Best Fall Hikes in the Ozarks Around Fort Leonard Wood!

Fall is an absolutely gorgeous time of year, especially when you are in the Ozarks! One of the best ways to take in the fall scenery is to go on a hike! If you are looking for a low-key getaway this fall, consider taking a trip to Fort Leonard! We are centrally located to some incredible trails! Read on to learn about a few hiking trails in and around Fort Leonard Wood!  Pulaski County  Hartford Road 1.15 miles northeast of Road Ranger, Highway 28 Hartford Road, a 3.39-mile-long loop drops into a Big Piney river valley. After only a mile you will be rewarded with dramatic river bluffs. In an especially picturesque scene, the road squeezes between the Big Piney river and the former Possum Lodge resort before climbing back to Highway 28 positioned on the ridge above. Camp/Crown Roads - 4.92 miles northeast of Road Ranger, Highway 28 Camp Road and Crown Road partner to lazily loop (5.81 miles) around the former Gasconade Hills Conservation Area. The structures and foundations that perch o