Visit this landmark 424-foot high rock formation noted in the journal of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and known to many Native American tribes centuries before.
Tower Rock was a landmark for native tribes, the Corps of Discovery, fur trappers, traders and many more that followed in their footsteps.
The 400-foot high igneous rock formation lies in a 140-acre site along the stretch of the Missouri River. Now a state park, visitors can learn about the geology and history of the site with five interpretive panels located at the trail head. The trail to the base of the saddle is maintained for a quarter-mile.
Tower Rock State Park is a day use only park. There is no visitor center, camping or staff at this location.