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Missouri National Recreational River

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Great for Families to Solo Travelers

Missouri National Recreational River is unlike traditional national parks as there is no entrance... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2017
Daniel P
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River Falls, Wisconsin
Be sure to visit the Army Corps Lewis & Clark/Missouri Visitor Center outside Yankton

"Staffed by Army Corps of Engineers rangers, the visitor center is located on Nebraska Highway 121... read more

Reviewed September 28, 2015
Spirit7dancer
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Dayton, Ohio
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Apr 13, 2017
“Great for Families to Solo Travelers”
Sep 28, 2015
“Be sure to visit the Army Corps Lewis & Clark/Missouri Visitor Center outside Yankton”
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Reviewed April 13, 2017

Missouri National Recreational River is unlike traditional national parks as there is no entrance station or dedicated visitor center. As a partnership park, the national park relies on the communities, state, federal, and tribal governments along 100-miles of the Missouri River from Pickstown, South Dakota...More

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed September 28, 2015

"Staffed by Army Corps of Engineers rangers, the visitor center is located on Nebraska Highway 121 slightly more than four miles west of US 81. The building overlooks Gavins Point Dam, Lewis and Clark Lake and a portion of the 59-mile reach of the National...More

Date of experience: September 2015
1  Thank Spirit7dancer
Reviewed August 6, 2015

The old highway bridge in Yankton is now a two-tier pedestrian/cycling bride over the Missouri. The lower level is about .4 mile, the upper about .6 mile. Great views of the river, with a park on the Yankton side with run-through fountains for kids.

Date of experience: August 2015
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