Vevay Swiss Inn

The picturesque mansion built by James K. and Charlotte Pleasants in 1881 lives on, being restored to all its former glory in historic Vevay, Indiana.  This beautiful riverfront property, formerly known as the Rosemont Inn,…

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Victoria Theater

Victoria Theater or “The Victoria Vaudeville,” which first opened its doors in 1904, is West Virginia’s oldest operational theater. The Victoria is an 800-seat Victorian-style theater with strong Beaux-Arts design elements, located in Wheeling’s listed…

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Victorian Acres Campground and RV Park

Do you happen to find your travels along the Lewis and Clark trail wind you up in Nebraska City? If so, be sure to visit Victorian Acres Campground and RV Park. Winning to awards for…

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Village of Kaskaskia & Garrison Hill Cemetery

The village of Kaskaskia, near the confluence of the Kaskaskia and Mississippi Rivers, was founded as a missionary post by Jesuits in 1703. Fearing a British attack during the French and Indian Wars, Kaskaskians petitioned…

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Villainous Grounds Coffee Shop

If you ever find yourself in Downtown Perryville, Missouri while on the trail come visit the Villainous Grounds Coffee Shop. We offer an extensive menu of coffee, tea and pastries. Whether you want a classic…

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Visit Madison, Inc.

Welcome to Madison, Indiana, a picturesque community that not only celebrates its rich history but also incorporates the convenience of 21st-century living. Madison sits along the banks of the mighty Ohio River, surrounded by beautiful…

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Vista House

A brilliant stop on your journey through the Columbia River Gorge, scenic 360 degree views of the ice-age carved canyon and river below. Up on Crown Point, the Vista House was designed and built in…

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Wagner Labor Day Celebration

Wagner’s Labor Day Celebration is an ongoing and ever evolving tradition of this small Missouri River town since 1900. The weekend of events brings thousands of people to our community every year and is one…

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Wagonhammer RV Park Camp and Campground

Wagonhammer HV Park & Campground conveniently located between Salmon Idaho and the Montana border allows guests easy access to the best outdoor adventures and stunning scenic views. The facility is a 52-space, family-friendly Park that…

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Walking Man Brewing

Nestled in the small riverside town of Stevenson, WA, Walking Man Brewing has become a destination for Columbia River Gorge travelers and beer enthusiasts from near and far traveling along the Lewis and Clark Trail.…

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Walla Walla River Confluence

On April 27, 1806, Lewis and Clark reunited with Wallulapum Chief Yelleppit, whom they first met on Oc­tober 19, 1805, during their voyage down the Columbia. Yelleppit invited them to spend several days at his…

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Walleye-Up Statue

Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised on a ranch in Western South Dakota. His western and rodeo theme bronzes have been well received by the public and have sold all over the country from…

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Wally and Buck

Wally and Buck is a burger joint that’s located downtown Missoula, Montana. This burger joint prepares hand-crafted burgers from high-quality ingredients. Our burgers are made with 1/4lb of pasture-raised and grass-finished Oxbow Cattle Company ground…

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Wampum Wear Jewelry

Wampum shell beads have played a significant role in Native American culture for thousands of years. Made from Quahaug Clam shells, Wampum beads have historically been used in Native tribes for ceremonial purposes and later,…

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Washburn

Named in honor of General Cadwallader C. Washburn, a prominent general in the union army during the American civil war, Washburn was founded in 1882 and is now home to just over 1200 inhabitants. Most…

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Washington Historical Society Museum

The Washington Museum, operated by the city of Washington, Missouri’s passionate Historical Society, features fascinating exhibits about the history of Franklin County, including its early settlement by followers of Daniel Boone. It is located in…

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Washington Park

While not as big as Eden Park, Washington Park is perhaps the most known city park within the city of Cincinnati. With the iconic Cincinnati Music Hall standing right in front of park and several…

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Washington: Long Beach and SW Washington State Parks

Begin your journey where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Ilwaco, Washington. From there, explore singular state parks, outstanding beach resorts, and communities along Washington’s southwest…

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Washougal Coffee Company

Washougal Coffee Company has been a proud part of the growing Washougal community since 2016. We are locally and independently owned, and on a typical day you are likely to see a member of ownership…

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Washougal, Washington

Washougal offer an abundance of small town charm and scenic natural beauty to explore. The City of Washougal, WA, incorporated in 1908, was home to a robust Native American culture and some of the very…

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