• photo of a replica keelboat with a crew member on the bow at sunset

    Lewis & Clark

    National Historic Trail ID,IL,IA,KS,MO,MT,NE,ND,OR,SD,WA

Fees & Reservations

More than 100 sites, scattered over 3,700 miles, make up the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Sites are owned and managed by many different organizations, including state, federal, tribal, public and private. Fees vary from site to site. Some sites along the Trail may require advance reservations.



For more information about fees and reservations at sites along the Trail, please contact the site(s) you plan to visit. Click on the state names below for information on Trail sites in those states. Information about sites along the Trail is also available at Trail headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska.

Visitor Center at Trail Headquarters

For general trail information and trip planning, visit or contact the National Park Service Lewis and Clark National Trail Headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska. Visitor center, exhibits, and bookstore are located at Trail headquarters. This facility is open to the public and no fee is charged.



Visitor Centers Along the Trail

Illinois

Missouri

Kansas

Iowa

Nebraska

South Dakota

North Dakota

Montana

Idaho

Washington

Oregon

Visitor Centers in Eastern Legacy States

West Virginia

Virginia

Kentucky

Indiana

Tennessee

Did You Know?

Seaman was Lewis's Newfoundland dog

Seaman, Lewis’s Newfoundland dog, joined the Expedition in Philadelphia when Lewis purchased him for $20. On the journey, Seaman served the Corps as hunter, sentry, and companion. Upon reaching the Pacific, Seaman became the first dog to travel the breadth of the North American continent.