A Welcome Place in America’s Heartland
In The Heart of the Ozarks
COVID-19 Statement from PCTB Executive Director Beth Wiles
Our focus during this time is on the health and safety of our communities and friends from around the world. Reliable sources for more information on COVID-19 can be found at the WHO and CDC websites.
Read the full statement here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/covid-19-statement
Ready to slow your roll? Head down the highway and experience Pulaski County. There are so many reasons to visit!
Pulaski County is that rare breed of destinations – a hospitable area offering iconic sights and landmarks, beautiful scenery, plenty of outdoor adventure and a uniquely rich history. Here you can hit historic Route 66, stop into a classic wayside town, feast on the great barbecue or just enjoy the scenic drive. People call this area “America’s Heartland” its mix of untouched natural beauty – all set against sparkling rivers, beautiful bluffs and colorful landscapes – and neighborly cities make this a welcoming destination.
Whether you’re coming to Pulaski County for a military graduation, attending one of our many festivals, getting your kicks on Route 66, or to just get away from it all in the great outdoors. We would like to take a moment to welcome you to enjoy our pristine rivers, our rich history, delicious restaurants, and small-town charm.
What to Do
Due to COVID-19 many activities and businesses are closed or have limited access. Please call... Continue
Midpoint between Saint Louis & Joplin No other highway in the history of the United... Continue
Fort Leonard Wood
Army Center of Excellence During the winter of 1940 America was preparing for her likely... Continue
Living In Pulaski
Throughout its growth locals, Fort Leonard Wood’s service members and their families have enjoyed an... Continue
Our Past, Present and Future Pulaski County has a rich and diverse heritage. Pioneers from... Continue
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