Sites on the Nebraska Side:
Wiseman Monument - In memory of the five Wiseman children who were killed in an Indian raid in 1863.
Corps of Discovery Welcome Center - Overlooking the Scenic Recreational Missouri River Valley... More >>
South Yankton - Lewis and Clark Visitor Center - Located atop Historic Calumet Bluff where Lewis & Clark convened with the Yankton Sioux Tribe. Overlooking Missouri River, Lewis & Clark Lake, and City of Yankton.
Sites on the South Dakota Side:
Vermillion, South Dakota - Spirit Mound - On August 25, 1804, a hot, humid Saturday, Captains Lewis and Clark took 9 men and Lewis' dog Seaman; crossed the Missouri from their camp and walked nine miles to the Mound... More >>
WE SUGGEST A STOP AT Valiant Vineyards Winery at the Buffalo Run Resort in Vermillion, South Dakota. More >>
Yankton, South Dakota - Riverside Park - The park hugs the Missouri River bank and offers an afternoon of strolling along the Trail system that connects to the Auld - Brokaw Trail ( named after its principal donors, Tom Brokaw of NBC News & author of The Greatest Generation and his wife Meredith Auld).
Yankton, South Dakota - Lewis and Clark Lake State Recreation Area - Bring your sunscreen and sense of adventure... sandy beaches, sailing, bicycling, and playing in one of South Dakota's premier parks! Beginning in June, the Gavins Point Yacht Club Sailing Races commence, held on Saturday's. More info call: 605-668-2985.