801 Lake Crest Blvd, Rushville Missouri
Lewis and Clark State Park is dedicated to explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who visited the area on July 4, 1804, on their epic westward journey. Their journal notes the "great quantities of fish an Gees & Goslings" they saw here, and of a nearby abandoned Kansa Indian village on the other side of the river. Today the 121-acre park has a shaded picnic area and shelter overlooking the lake, and modern camping facilities; the 365-acre lake offers opportunities for fishing, swimming and boating.
Other Missouri State Parks nearby:
(Rushville) Lewis and Clark State Park
(Lawson) Watkins Mill State Park
(Weston) Weston Bend State Park
05/17 Coming to The Rushville area
Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda IA June13-16 Hear exciting bands from around the world topped off by the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Enjoy the new Glenn Miller Birthplace Museum and the Birthplace Home; stage shows; picnics; dances; historical displays; plus the fellowship of hundreds of Miller fans from around the world.
Heart of America Shakespeare Festival Kansas City MO June18-July7 The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival is set under the stars in South Moreland Park near Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. It is a perfect way to spend a summer evening with family and friends. They have several programs to study and explore such as Speaker's Bureau and Poster and Sonnet Contest. The faculty includes theatre professionals, actors, and educators experienced in performing and teaching Shakespeare. Many of the instructors are veterans of festival productions.
Greater Kansas Citry Japan Festival Kansas City MO October6 Cekebrating the cultural of Japan.