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Celebrate the beginning of 2015 by taking a guided hike in a Missouri state park. Start a new tradition with your friends and family as you get some healthy exercise and enjoy the great outdoors.
There are 41 First Day Hikes from which to choose. Visit the website for details, meeting location and schedules at specific parks.
Note: The address shown above is for the Missouri State Parks headquarters in Jefferson City. Hikes are scheduled in locations throughout the state.
First Day Hikes are promoted by America’s State Parks. Join hikers from all 50 states. For details, visit americasstateparks.org.
All 40 rooms on one level with outside entrances. Offering continental breakfast, evening coffee and popcorn. Outdoor pool and gardens. From I-35, take Exit 54.
This association is dedicated to informing people of the rich history of Caldwell County and promoting the county as an exciting destination. Whether you are seeking to find a place to live and raise your family, or looking for a place to visit, we will help.
Through cooperative leadership, the Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to enrich the quality of life by enhancing human and economic resources and strengthening residential and business climates.
The red cedar-lined loft in this cabin sleeps four. Facilities include a private bath; infrared dry sauna; wood stove with grilling capabilities; cooking utensils. There is an outdoor fire pit and a gas grill. Fire wood is available for a fee.
Watch the wildlife from the large porch and the picture window; hike; ride the ATV trail; fish and enjoy other outdoor activities. Some age-specific restrictions apply.
A unique shopping destination: old-fashioned bakery, vintage shop, primitive shop, year-round Christmas shop, Little Chic Boutique, At the Garden's Gate Garden Shop. Located on Route 36 just seven miles east of I-35. Open Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Split level hotel located at the main intersection in Cameron.
We offer old merchandise, from primitive to Victorian — 90 percent pre-1960s. You'll find oak, pine, walnut and cherry furniture; glassware; dishes; pottery; crockery; stoneware; toys; prints; frames; dressing table items, sewing collectibles; cabin decor; Western items; and American Indian collectibles; jewelry; and loads of small interesting things from years gone by. Specialty booths include a Western corral booth, tools booth, fancy clocks booth, and showcases specialize in marbles, pocket watches, corkscrews, Steiff animals, R.S. Prussia, Roseville, Hull, Weller and other American art pottery, costume jewelry, Hamms Beer collectibles, Indian beaded items, Victorian glass, Depression & Carnival glass, jadeite and collectible glass throughout the 1900's.
At Enchanted Frog catalog-ordered reproductions are unacceptable and so is junk. Price tags are placed where you can see them. There's truly something for everyone and fun for all.
Every day is free popcorn day! Our lot is trailer-friendly, with space to turn around. Come see us soon!
The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Kansas City Airport hotel is two miles from Kansas City International Airport, providing shuttle service to the Airport and also providing Park Here Fly There Packages.
This KC airport hotel offers meeting space perfect for small meetings and groups. We are adjacent to the KCI Expo Center and a perfect choice for those attending conventions, trade shows, events.
We offer a complimentary hot breakfast each day and our rooms feature high speed Wi-Fi access, mini-fridge, microwaves and HD TV’s. We are also just 5 miles to Zona Rosa, the northlands entertainment district, offering shopping and dining options. This KC Airport hotel is a short drive to Riverboat Casinos, Fort Leavenworth and Kansas Speedway. We are also within 15 miles to downtown KC’s Sprint Center, Kauffman center, KC Convention Center and Liberty Memorial.
Offering 78 guestrooms, king or queen beds; Handicap-accessible rooms available. Meeting room.
This established bicycle route connects a number of historic sites, points of interest, recreational areas and natural attractions as it stretches approximately 260 miles across northern Missouri.
The route follows county and state roadways that generally parallel Route 36, with some stretches on Route 36 itself. There is generally no shoulder on the secondary roads, but they have very little vehicular traffic. There are rolling hills throughout the route, but no particularly steep or extended climbs.
Route 36 across northern Missouri is known as “The Way of American Genius” because of towns along the way that were home to people such as Mark Twain, Walt Disney, Gen. John “Black Jack” Pershing, J. C. Penney, Jesse James, and others; plus the Pony Express.
Visit our website for details, event schedules and maps. Be sure to read the safety Disclaimer.
Note: The address and phone shown are for the Missouri Highway 36 Heritage Alliance offices.
Chinese cuisine, prepared to order. Carry out and delivery available.
The Lake View Lodge is a hostel type facility, great for groups and private events. It is equipped with two restrooms; one has a big walk in shower. The entire hostel has heated floors and air conditioning. The fee is $15 per person, per night, with a minimum of $100.
There is a fully equipped kitchen, with cafeteria tables. Bring your own food, towels, cots, bedding and personal hygiene supplies. This facility overlooks an eight-acre lake and wetland. This lodge is equipped for a band, in case you have one for your special occasion.
On-site we have RV camping, with water electric, for the small RVs, pop-ups; tent camping sites; and a cabin that sleeps six. Check our website for detailed and event schedules.
Located 12 miles northwest of the Amish community of Jamesport, this serene, country inn offers four large guestrooms, champagne bubble baths and heated floors, plus warm and inviting gathering rooms.
A full gourmet country breakfast at an Amish table that seats 20 is served. Sit on a hanging swing on the wrap-around porch.
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau at the address shown.Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. It is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northwest Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northwest).
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau at the address shown.
Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. This is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.
For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northeast Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northeast).
Sites vary from spacious hilltop settings, where one can see for miles, to wooded sites overlooking an eight-acre stocked lake and restored wetlands. Take in the great outdoors while on the trails. We have 25 large sites that accommodate big rigs, eight of which are pull-through. This area is full hookup, 50-amp service; a conversion pigtail for 30-amp service needed. The 16 Shag Bark Hickory sites are in a wooded area; they accommodate mini-rigs and have electric and water only.
Shatto Milk Company is a small, family-owned dairy farm. Visitors may look around and visit our country store without reservations. All groups are welcome.
There is a blanket picnic area. We are committed to making your visit to our farm educational and fun.
Tours (90 minutes) of the dairy, bottling facility and farm are offered Tuesdays through Saturdays, year-round, by appointment. Tours: $5; younger than 3, free.
RV sites on a hill, full hook-up 50-amp; and in the wooded area, water and electric only. Tent sites; and tent camping. Cedar Loft Lodge cabin (sleeps six) and the Lake View Lodge group and event center are on-site. Make RV, camping and cabin reservations early.
The Lake View Lodge is great for private events. It is equipped with two restrooms; one has a big walk in shower which is available to all campers.
We have hiking and riding trails; an eight-acre lake; a spring-fed pond; fishing; hunting; and a real six-story fire tower.
Visit our website for details, photos and event schedules.
Newly renovated. Amenities include an indoor heated pool and hot tub; continental breakfast; fax and copy services. Some whirlpool suites available.
A circa 1912, 153-room hotel and spa. Rest your head where the famous (Harry S. Truman) and infamous (Al Capone) have slept. Amenities include a 19,000-square-foot spa; hot tubs; pools; and a restaurant.The Elms is 30 minutes north of downtown Kansas City. The hotel completed a massive renovation in 2012.
Our Spa at the Elms has a comprehensive and welcoming selection of relaxing spa treatments.
Our restaurant offers fine dining in a relaxing atmosphere.
This heavily wooded park is a favorite of bird watchers and solitude seekers. It features individual and group campsites, hiking trails, fishing, and picnic sites and shelters. Trice-Dedman Memorial Woods, owned by The Nature Conservancy, is nearby. The park is located six miles south of Cameron.
Basic and electric campsites, modern restrooms, hot showers and a dump station are offered. Some campsites are reservable. Walk-in campsites are available for those seeking seclusion. There are group sites. Trice-Dedman Memorial Woods, owned by the Nature Conservancy, is one of the best examples of pre-settlement forest in northwest Missouri. Trails, fishing and picnicking are available at the park. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Windy Wine Company produces grape wines, fruit wines and meads. Visit our tasting room for samples and retail sales.
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