Living In Pulaski
Throughout its growth locals, Fort Leonard Wood’s service members and their families have enjoyed an outstanding quality of life. Children attend a top-ranked school district and activities are plentiful.
Our communities offer an array of outdoor activities; floating, fall farm activities, fishing, hunting, hiking, and a beautiful stretch of the Historic Route 66. Housing is plentiful from newly developed subdivision’s, rural properties, to an array of apartments. A mix of city conveniences, with small-town flair.
As the area continues to grow opportunities increase. Pulaski County welcomes entrepreneurs to invest in our communities. Opportunities exist in industry as well as tourism and hospitality. The tourism industry brings in over 300,000 visitors each year; outdoor enthusiasts, International travelers along Route 66 families attending graduations and travel related to Fort. Leonard Wood. For additional information regarding economic development opportunities contact the Pulaski County Growth Alliance.
Are you relocating to Pulaski County? Select one of the communities below to learn more about our beautiful county and what it is like to live here:
In the Heart of the Ozarks Crocker rests amid forested hills and farmlands, the natural... Continue
One of the most scenic stretches of Route 66. Bring your camera for gorgeous shots. ... Continue
Fort Leonard Wood
Army Center of Excellence During the winter of 1940 America was preparing for her likely... Continue
Along the western end of Rt. 66, discover flea markets, river resort, and the largest... Continue
Gateway to Lake of the Ozarks Enjoy beautiful parks and walking trails, or enjoy a... Continue
Gateway to Fort Leonard Wood The city is relatively young but it has achieved more... Continue
Waynesville, the county seat of Pulaski County, is nestled along historic Route 66. Waynesville honors... Continue