Month: March 2020

Grocery Stores & Pharmacies

The following information is provided during the COVID-19 threat as a courtesy to Pulaski County residents by Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center. Availability and hours of service are subject to change at each grocery store and pharmacy’s discretion.  Contact each location directly with questions and for the most up-to-date information. GROCEREY STORE &… Read more »

Restaurant Delivery, Order Ahead & Limited Dine-In

The following information is provided as a courtesy by Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center. Availability and hours of service are subject to change at each restaurant’s discretion.  Contact restaurants directly with questions and for the most up-to-date information. RESTAURANT OWNERS: Please contact us by telephone (573-336-6355) or email (email@pulaskicountyusa.com) to keep our information… Read more »

There’s More Than You Thought in Pulaski County!

Devils Elbow Steel Bridge Route 66 Pulaski County Missouri

Whether you are visiting Pulaski County, Missouri to attend a military graduation at Fort Leonard Wood, traveling and exploring Route 66, paddling and fishing our Ozark Mountains streams, or simply basking in the splendor of our lush Ozarks backdrop and panoramic views, you will discover that there is more than you thought in Pulaski County… Read more »

DEVILS ELBOW NAMED BEST ROUTE 66 LOCATION

Family taking a selfie with Devils Elbow Bridge as backdrop

Inaugural Discover the Best of Missouri Life Awards SAINT ROBERT, MO, March 12— Pulaski County Tourism Bureau has been notified by Missouri Life Magazine that Devils Elbow, Missouri has been awarded the title of Best Route 66 Location. The publication’s inaugural 2019 Discover the Best of Missouri Life Awards received over 800 nominations for more… Read more »

Mountain Man Experience

Blacksmithing is part of the Mountain Man Experience

Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloaders Fun Day & Rendezvous THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED Have a Mountain Man Experience during Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloader’s Fun Day & Rendezvous. The roots of traditional mountain man rendezvous reach back almost two hundred years! In 1822, Missouri’s Lieutenant Governor, William Henry Ashley and Andrew Henry formed Rocky Mountain Fur Company. Ashley… Read more »