Clark's Lookout State Park
Clark's Lookout State Park Review
William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition climbed to the top of this limestone bluff at what's now Clark's Lookout State Park and took three compass readings; the maps he made from these readings became an important resource for future travelers. A ¼-mi gravel loop trail takes visitors to the top of the bluff, where interpretive signs include a replica of Clark's sketched map of the area.
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