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Lewis & Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point

1 River City Drive
(913) 596-7077

 

 Lewis and Clark Scuplture
             Lewis and Clark Scuplture 

 Lewis and clark Park
                Lewis and Clark Park 
 History and Overlook Pavilion
           History and Overlook Pavilion 


The Lewis and Clark expedition arrived at Kaw Point, at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers in Kansas City, Kansas on June 26, 1806.

This six-acre park features an education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition and trails through the woods along the river.  A boat ramp and docking area allow for river access.

Hours:  Park closes at midnight.  Admission Free.
For more information about Lewis and Clark, visit the Kansas Travel and Tourism Division website at:  The Kaw Point River Front Park 


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