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10 Hidden Places the World Doesn't Know About
From secret beaches to the best Roman ruins outside of Rome, these places will inspire you to travel.
Overlook Park in Great Falls, Montana on the Lewis and Clark Trail
Overlook Park in Great Falls, Montana on the Lewis and Clark Trail featuring the bronze statue of Lewis, Clark, York and Seaman dog
Horsethief Lake State Park in Washington
The Columbia Hills State Park (which includes the Horsethief Lake State Park and Dalles Mountain Ranch area) is a 3,338-acre camping park with 7,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River. Some of the oldest pictographs in the northwest are found in the park. Well known petroglyph "She Who Watches" and other significant Native American cultural resources are located at Horsethief Lake State Park.
On the Trail of Discovery Lewis and Clark- William Clark holding map
The National Quilt Museum 215 Jefferson Street Paducah, KY 42001 (270) 442-8856
Lewis & Clark Keelboat Display
Full-size replica of Lewis & Clark Expedition keelboat. Weekend festival held each June celebrating the expedition and reliving the lifestyle of the era. Boating; fishing; swimming; camping in park.