Month: May 2020

Waynesville Mayor Signs Birthplace of the Byway Proclamation

WAYNESVILLE, MO. -May 22, 2020- As many Route 66 travelers are longing to hit the storied pavement again, Waynesville Mayor Luge Hardman signed a city proclamation Thursday evening recognizing the upcoming thirty-year anniversary of Missouri’s designation of Route 66 as a historic district. Five years after U.S. 66 was decommissioned, on July 10, 1990, Missouri… Read more »

Get to Know Pulaski County!

Title splash of Get to Know Pulaski County video

Are you looking for the perfect escape in Missouri’s Ozark Mountains? Get to know Pulaski County USA! We are a rural, uncrowded destination that is packed with small town charm & Americana! Tourists know us as a relaxing place to reconnect with their soldiers-in-training after their military graduation at Fort Leonard Wood! Travelers know us… Read more »

Antiquing in Pulaski County 2-Day Itinerary

Antique, Explore, & Nosh Your Way Through Our Ozark Mountain Landscape Antiques are worth traveling for! Add flea markets, thrift stores, gift shops, and sweet treats into the mix and you have the recipe for a memorable weekend experience! Our 2-day antiquing itinerary is a useful guide full of helpful suggestions to plan your Pulaski… Read more »

“Show Me State Showdown” Comes to Central Missouri May 30

Virtual racing can never replace the sights, sounds, and smells of live, action packed, racing.  Plan your weekend to central Missouri for the Show Me State Showdown for an action packed night of LIVE racing! Billed as “one of the biggest races to ever happen at Lebanon I-44 Speedway” the “Show Me State Showdown” will… Read more »

Historic Route 66 Bridges of Pulaski County, Missouri

Pulaski County is a not-so-hidden gem on the crown of Route 66 bridges. Three bridges are distinct ties to the promise and heyday of Route 66. The 1923 Devils Elbow Bridge over the Big Piney River predates Route 66. When it was constructed the roadbed was signed as Missouri Highway 14. The 1942 Devils Elbow… Read more »