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Travelers' Rest Preservation & Heritage Association

Travelers' Rest State Park marks the intersection between cultural and natural history. Along the banks of Lolo Creek, visitors explore the landscape used for centuries by native peoples, visited twice by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery, and home to a wondrous diversity of plants and animals. Travelers' Rest State Park comprises 65 acres including the only archaeologically-verified campsite of the Lewis & Clark expedition, nature trails, and the Holt Museum and Visitors Center. Travelers' Rest Preservation & Heritage Association supports the Park through outreach, advocacy, and educational experiences that link the past to the future.

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