Pulaski County, Missouri – Home of Fort Leonard Wood

Pulaski County is centrally located in the Ozarks along Interstate 44 between exits 169 and 145, offering unique attractions and adventures. Pulaski County is proud to be called home to Fort Leonard Wood, one of the largest active military installations in the United States.

Hungry?  Need an easy, convenient stop between destinations?  Dine in a real cave, or choose from many of our nationally known franchises such as Ryan’s or Cracker Barrel.

Pulaski County is home to 27 hotels with over 1600 rooms; ranging from the small “mom and pop’s” along Historic Route 66 to major franchises. Several properties offer hospitality and evening socials.

Get Your Kicks With our step-on guide for a tour of Historic Route 66.  Stops include the Elbow Inn, Sugar Bowl bluffs, Hooker Cut, Old Stagecoach Stop, Pulaski County Courthouse Museum.  Step-on $100, Museums $50 min/$2pp.

Patriotic Pride Guided windshield tours of the military post, three museums focusing on military history.  Take your photo at Check Point Charlie, walk through tunnels of Vietnam, take aim with the M-16 Rifle simulator.  9 WWII buildings, exhibits of the segregation of the Army as well as a prisoner-of-war barrack.
Admission: Free. Self-guided tours, 2-3 hours.

Rustic Railroad Frisco Railroad Museum, photo opportunity with a caboose.  Admission $2pp 1hr.  Antique shopping along the way.

River Adventure Gentle float trips along the Big Piney and Gasconade Rivers by way of canoes, kayaks, rafts or inner-tubes.

Visitors Center Meet and Greet Our friendly staff will greet you with hot coffee and cookies, clean restrooms and complementary brochures.

Itinerary and Bid assistance Bureau staff offers complimentary assistance in developing and customizing an itinerary, co-coordinating attractions, restaurants and hotel bids.  We invite you with a warm welcome to Pulaski County, Missouri!

For more information please call 877-858-8687 or visit www.groupsinpulaski.org.

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