|Travelers' Rest State Park|
When you are telling the story of a park with historical significance, it's important to make images that reflect those events. Travelers' Rest is the location where Lewis and Clark made camp on their trip to explore the Louisiana Purchase in the early 1800s. During the summer, the park rangers pitch tents where they believe the Corps of Discovery did long ago.
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