Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, North Dakota

Mailing Address:
601 Riverfront Dr.
Omaha, NE 68102

(402) 661-1804

Description: Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail traces the Lewis & Clark Expedition through 11 states and over 3,700 miles. Established in 1978, the trail is one of four original national historic trails.

What To Do:  You can visit these attractions while in Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail:

  • DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge – Missouri Valley
  • Lewis & Clark Monument and Scenic Overlook – Council Bluffs
  • Lewis & Clark State Park – Onawa
  • Lewis & Clark Visitors Center, Keelboat & LMC Watercraft Displays – Onawa
  • Sergeant Floyd Monument – Sioux City
  • Sergeant Floyd River Museum and Welcome Center – Sioux City
  • Sioux City Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center – Sioux City
  • Sioux City Public Museum – Sioux City
  • Western Historic Trails Center – Council Bluffs

Campsites: There are a total of thirty-one developed campgrounds at The Lewis and Clark National Forest. Here are some of them:

  • Cave Mountain
  • Crystal Lake
  • Spring Creek
  • Jumping Creek
  • Kings Hill
  • Thain Creek
  • Logging Creek

Toilets /Showers: Restrooms are accessible.

Operating Hours: Operating hours and seasons vary from site to site.For more information on operating hours and seasons, please contact the sites you plan to visit.

Fees: There is no fee to travel the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. However, sites along the trail operated by a variety of organizations may charge an entrance fee.

More info here: https://www.nps.gov/lewi/index.htm