|Lewis and Clark at Kaw Point|
|Monument to Sacajawea,|
who later joined the
Lewis & Clark
|Kaw Point Nature Trail|
It's hard today to imagine what the point looked like when Lewis and Clark visited. One can imagine the bluffs were tree-covered and beautiful on that June day in 1804. When the expedition reached Kaw Point, it consisted of 45 men, including Lewis and Clark, three boats, four horses and a dog.
Today the Kaw Point Park offers nature trails as well as the awesome view.
|View from Kaw Point Park|
The arch, inspired by the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, was designed by John LeRoy Marshall, a Rosedale resident.