Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones - Confluence Point State Park

Standing at the point where two of the nation’s mightiest rivers merge, Edward “Ted” and Pat Jones- Confluence Point State Park provides a unique perspective on America. Confluence Point is where Western expansion really began and where the Lewis and Clark Expedition set off on their journey up the Missouri. The park’s wetlands are part of the Mississippi River flyway, making it a great place to see waterfowl, including bald eagles and raptors.

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Latitude: 38.823205 Longitude: -90.122343 Elevation: 418 ft
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Recreational Opportunities

Bird watching, Lewis and Clark Expedition history, scenic views, fishing, hiking, picnicking.

Seasons Accessible

The park is open for day-use activities all year.


No fees

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome and should be on a leash no more than 10 ft. long.

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