The Lewis and Clark Monument is located within Lewis and Clark Monument Park, at 19962 Monument Road. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark gathered atop this bluff more than 200 years ago as they set out to explore the newly-purchased Louisiana Territory. Lewis and Clark held noteworthy meetings with Otoe and Missouri Indians here, at the “council-bluff.”
This site was dedicated in 1936 honoring the 1804 expedition of Lewis & Clark and their historic meetings with Otoe and Missouria tribesmen.
This area was renovated in 2002.