Pulaski County Visitor Center

Locally funded, Missouri State Affiliate

Be sure to stop in our Visitors Center!

We offer over 800 brochures highlighting attractions across the state of Missouri.  The Center is a fantastic resource for planning your next vacation and quick getaway! Located just north of Exit 161 off Interstate 44. Or 1/2 mile north of Route 66 and Missouri Ave in St. Robert.

Visitor Center Hours of Operations:  

Open 8 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday Year Round
Saturdays 9 AM – 3 PM May through September
Sundays 9 AM – 3 PM Memorial Weekend through Labor Day Weekend 

Other Amenities

  • Free wireless 
  • Access to weather and MODOT (Missouri Department of Transportation) online reports 
  • Clean restroom facilities 
  • Complimentary coffee 
  • Souvenirs; Route 66, Frogs, Patriotic Bears, genealogy books 
  • Brochures and maps

The Staff
We are here to assist you in organizing your visit to our county. Whether you are a leisure traveler or group travel planner, we want to ensure that your stay in Pulaski County is enjoyable and memorable. Planning your getaway to Pulaski County USA? Do not hesitate to give us a call, 1-573-336-6355 or toll-free 1-877-858-8687. Or if you are in the area stop by our Center. You will be glad you did!

The Building
The building houses the Visitors Center and Tourism Bureau administrative offices on the upper level. The lower level, with separate entrance, is the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau meeting room with a section leased to the Waynesville-St Robert Chamber of Commerce. The Pulaski County Growth Alliance is located within the Chamber of Commerce, both of which are 501C3 entities.  Many folks think we are all one and the same.  We all reside within the same building and we all work to bring additional revenue, business, and networking opportunities to the area.  We each operate under different boards, policies, missions and revenue streams.  

Volunteers
Are you looking to give back to the community? Do you enjoy helping people? Are you proud to live in Pulaski County? The Pulaski County Visitors Center is seeking volunteers and this may be just what you are looking for! Individuals must be committed to providing superior customer service; professional, passionate, outgoing and enjoy working with the public. Volunteers must be resourceful in answering questions specific to Pulaski County attractions, as well as, tourism activities within the state of Missouri. Ability to give directions and itinerary suggestions. Additional projects to include research, lead fulfillment, and stocking. Intermediate computer skills, ability to meet, greet and show visitors around the Center, climb stairs, and ability to lift 25lbs.