Fodor's Expert Review Traveler's Rest State Park
This park includes a Lewis and Clark camp on a floodplain overlooking Lolo Creek. The explorers stayed here from September 9 to 11, 1805, and again from June 30 to July 3, 1806. Archaeologists in 2002 found evidence of a latrine and a fire hearth, making this one of only a few locations with a physical record of the expedition's camp. Tepee rings suggest that Native Americans used the riverside location, too. Self-guided tours meander through cottonwoods and the historic campsite. Daily interpretive presentations and guided tours run during the summer, on the hour between 11 and 3. Talks such as "Go Griz … PLEASE … Go!," "The Modern Day Journey," and several others have special aspects to interest the kids.