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We went here on a hot day and it was a wonderful park. Lots of shady areas to help with the heat. There is a wonderful place to visit in the Western National Parks Association Visitors Center. Very informative and lots of artifacts and examples from the pages of Lewis and Clark's journals. A great stopping place to get some... 更多
I grew up in Illinois and Lewis & Clark have been a big part of my child hood history. The Riverfront and walkway are a nice area to see with an opportunity to walk along the river.
The approximately 30-minute video provided a refresher not only on Lewis & Clark expeditions but also from the heat of the day. Stop in the main level of the National Parks office to see the Lewis & Clark museum and listen to the actively-engaged Park Ranger share what the site has to offer. Outside is a ramp up to the... 更多
I was so impressed by the riverfront of downtown Omaha. The city evidently is aware of the human beings need to be around water. They put in several well lit parking areas, lots of paved surfaces for walking, plenty of benches facing different directions for great views of the entire water front. I saw so many families walking their babies... 更多
This area is well maintained and you can walk/run for a good distance and take in the views along the Missouri River. The Con Agra park is the to South and easily accessible by taking the pedestrian covered bridge under the interstate. Heading north under the Bob Kerry Bridge will take you up past the Gallup campus. Nice area to... 更多
This park is small, it does have some interesting features. The Bob Kerrey walking bridge, where you can walk to the middle of the bridge and there is a line that delineates the state line for Nebraska/Iowa. There is a outside display call "WORK" that is very well done. Inside the building, by the exhibits, are brochures for many mid... 更多
Great museum, especially for little ones. The park rangers were friendly and very knowledgeable. Our babies enjoyed touching animal pelts, seeing rocks and feathers through a magnifier, exploring artifacts, making puzzles, and coloring animal pictures. Take a moment to visit the museum store. Highly recommend.
The trails are well maintained and in some areas there is info with the name of the plants. These plants are like the ones that Lewis & Clark would have encountered during their expedition. There is also a foot bridge over the Missouri that is wheel chair accessible.