The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrived at Kaw Point, the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers, on June 26, 1804. The expedition camped at Kaw Point for three days. Kaw Point remains in a natural state with beautiful wooded trails, wildflowers, and wildlife. Located along the river, the park has access to the river, the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail, an open air education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition, an infrastructure to support a large number of visitors, and an outdoor amphitheater equipped with electricity for performing arts and special events. The "Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail" connects bikers and hikers to Kaw Point from Kansas City, Missouri, via the historic Woodsweather Bridge. For more information on the river trails see www.kcrivertrails.org.