The Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site is a state park, historic site, and recreation area in Osage City, Missouri. It is noted for its association with William Clark, a famous explorer who took on the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition in the early 1800s.
Established in 2002, the Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site may be a relatively new state park, but it is packed with history and cultural significance. It has once served as a campsite to the party of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in June 1804. The explorers set up camp at the base of the Clark?s Hill an d William Clark climbed the hill on June 2, 1804 to see the sweeping vista that includes the confluence of the Osage and Missouri Rivers. The experience was noted by Clark in his diary.
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