Category: Itinerary

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 »

Historic Driving Tours

Where is Pulaski County’s ghost section of Route 66? Why is Hooker Cut an engineering marvel? What patriotic holiday is also the “birthday” of the iconic Devils Elbow Bridge? Who is George M. Reed? Why is a roadside park named after him? Pulaski County Tourism Bureau answers these questions in their free Historic Driving Tours… Read more »

Historic Downtown Waynesville Walking Tour

World War II era soldiers on the Square in downtown Waynesville, Missouri.

Which building on Waynesville’s public square was owned by Royalty? Where was Waynesville’s Opera House? Why is Waynesville “The Birthplace of the Byway”? Pulaski County Tourism Bureau answers these questions in their free Historic Downtown Waynesville Walking Tour brochure. Waynesville’s history comes to life as you explore downtown with your brochure in hand. Based on… Read more »

Five Free Homeschool Field Trip Ideas in Waynesville, MO

Learning is a lifelong process. I recently had a 93 year old woman happily tell me “I learn something new every day!” Learning is also fluid and is not only confined to a classroom. As a child’s teacher you can provide depth to your lesson plan with a hands-on interactive field trip. Fortunately, these trips… Read more »

Heart of the Ozarks Drive

Two-lane Route 66 near Laquey, Missouri

The open road is calling your name- and luckily it has guided you to the heart of the timeless Ozarks! Begin your picturesque tour of Pulaski County at Interstate 44 Exit 163. Head north on Highway 28 towards Dixon. Your route runs the ridgetop before dropping dramatically into the river valley and climbing the mountain… Read more »