The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail recognizes the hundreds of communities and countless residents along the length of the trail that appreciate and celebrate their connection to the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
The Geotourism program has created two programs for residents and communities to leverage their connection to the program to benefit from tourism along the Trail. The Lewis and Clark Trail Partner Community Program designates official communities along the route and provides tools for them to use tourism to engage residents and facilitate economic development through tourism; the Trail Supporter Program provides tools for local businesses and points of interest to market themselves through this website and associated programs.
The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail runs through eleven states and crosses hundreds of communities, large and small.
Cities, towns, counties and tribal communities along the length of the trail are invited to participate in the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Community Program.
The program is designed to assist communities with economic development through tourism while engaging residents to see the Trail as a resource and an asset.
Do you manage a business or point of interest along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail? You are invited to participate in the Lewis and Clark Trail Supporter Program.
Eligible businesses and points of interest will be promoted on this website and associated programs.
As a Program Supporter, you’ll receive an official decal to display to the public. To get started, nominate your point of interest to be included on this site.