Along the western end of Rt. 66, discover flea markets, river resort, and the largest outdoor venue within 80 miles.
Laquey pronounced “Lakeway” was founded in 1900 and named for the Laquey family. As you meander Route 66 on a Saturday afternoon you can stop and take great pictures of historic buildings from days gone by. Plan your get-away at a 1938 resort offering cabins, RV rentals, RV and campsites, the Pulaski County Shrine Club RV Park, or Lamplight Lane RV Resort.
The Pulaski County Fort Leonard Wood Shrine Club and Park is located between Buckhorn and Laquey. The park is the largest outdoor venue within 80 miles and serves as the hub for various gatherings such as the 2015 National Speleological Society Convention, the international 2015 Widows Sons Grand Gathering and annual, multi-day events such as the Mid America Freedom Rally (18+), Buckhorn Bluegrass Festival (Not your Grandpa’s bluegrass!), Swagstock. This facility offers over 50 acres of land, primitive RV and camping areas, pavilions, amphitheater, clubhouse, restaurant, and the Mother Road RV Park.