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W.H. (Waynesville Hill) Croaker sets along Historic Route 66 overlooking the town of Waynesville. This is a huge rock painted like a frog is just one cool attraction you will see as you get your kick's on Route 66! Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in October and join us in celebrating WH and all things froggie!
Recreation of a 1930 Sinclair gas station, taking you for a journey in time. The site includes a replica station, along with original pumps and other memorabilia from the heyday of Route 66; The Mother Road.
The scenic overlook affords the view of the Wooden Railroad Trestle Bridge in Devil's Elbow that was built in the 1940s.
Jeannie, a 105mm howitzer, played a lead role in the 79th Division's liberation of France in World War II. A commemorative plaque illustrates crew and the gun's operation.
The 10-foot-tall Kneeling Miner, created by Webb City artist Jack Dawson, commemorates the city's early 20th century history of lead mining. Open year-round. Free.
The fully restored 1893 streetcar rumbles around the tracks in King Jack Park on holidays, and for birthdays, anniversaries and reunions. It is located adjacent to the depot.
The Praying Hands statue, created by local artist Jack Dawson in 1972, is more than 32 feet high and weighs more than 100 tons.
The old Prosperity Junction Streetcar Depot has been reconstucted at the entrance to King Jack Park, next to the re-laid tracks. It houses the Webb City Chamber of Commerce and a display on the Southwest Missouri Electric Railway.
This bridge was built in 1941 to bring building supplies to Fort Leonard Wood. Stop at the scenic overlook located along an original segment of Historic Route 66, just west of Devils Elbow. This site is included on the Pulaski County Historic Route 66 Driving Tour, which may be downloaded at PulaskiCountyUSA.com
September, 2008, the Guinness Book of World Records awarded Dan and Carolyn Sanazaro's 42'1" steel rocker the designation World's Largest Rocking Chair. The chair sits adjacent to the Fanning Route 66 Outpost (which features a general store, feed and farm supply store, and an archery center), four miles west of Cuba, Mo., on Historic Route 66.
Playing in Pulaski County
Golf escapes, kayaking and canoeing adventures are spaced throughout Route 66 attractions. There is plenty to do on a trip to Missouri’s Pulaski Count
Route 66 Part One
Route 66 is a great way to explore the Show-Me State and to see some truly unique sites.
Route 66 Part Two
Charming cities and unique attractions along Route 66.
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