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Spacious rooms; heated indoor pool. Our free breakfast includes biscuits and gravy, Belgian waffles, fresh fruit, muffins, juice and coffee. Two miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Five log cabins are nestled along a private lake. Swim, fish, canoe and relax on one of the docks, decks or screened porches. Enjoy a crackling fire by your cabin. Play ping pong and shuffleboard. Have your children explore little creeks. Snip fresh herbs from the garden. Barbecue on gas, charcoal or wood stoves. Enjoy a relaxing drink while watching the stars and fireflies. Hike winding trails on 380 acres. Rental fees for cabins include use of canoes, fishing and local fresh eggs.
Explore our self-guided, scenic driving tour of old Route 66, between Exit 145 and Exit 169 of I-44. A brochure is available at the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau; you can download it Here.
For motor coach groups, a step-on tour guide program is available. Call for details.
The scenic overlook affords the view of the Wooden Railroad Trestle Bridge in Devil's Elbow that was built in the 1940s.
Rooms feature deluxe pillow-top mattresses. Off of I-44, exit 184; one mile from Missouri University of Science and Technology and Phelps Country Regional Medical Center.
Rustic one bedroom, one bath cabin furnished with everything you need for a weekly visit. Private access to the Big Piney River. Canoe rentals close by. About 10 minutes from the main gate of Fort Leonardwood.
We offer several beautiful one-day and multi-day floats from 4 to 60 miles. We rent canoes; kayaks; rafts; jon boats; and tubes.
We have camping facilities, a shower house, horseshoes and sand volleyball, walking trails, annual full moon float, NEW Haunted River Float in October.
Visitors Center with more than 700 brochures covering attractions and activities in Pulaski County and Missouri. We offer free coffee, free Wi-Fi, a souvenier shop, restrooms, and information about events in the local area.
We have 52 guestrooms, with our signature Quality Sleeper beds by Serta. Free local calls and weekday newspaper. The complimentary breakfast includes waffles. Same-day dry cleaning service/pick up available.
Located on Historic Route 66, two miles from Ft. Leonard Wood.
We offer canoe, raft, tube, kayak and Jon boat rentals on the Big Piney River. We provide services to the Little Piney and Gasconade rivers. Our two campgrounds have restroom and shower facilities; no electric hookups. We're located off of Historic Route 66.
Note: the address shown is the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.
This bridge was built in 1941 to bring building supplies to Fort Leonard Wood. Stop at the scenic overlook located along an original segment of Historic Route 66, just west of Devils Elbow.
This site is included on the Pulaski County Historic Route 66 Driving Tour, which may be downloaded at PulaskiCountyUSA.com
This is the official website of the Missouri Canoe and Floaters Association. The association is a not-for-profit organization of paddlesports outfitters, dedicated to the preservation of our natural resources. We strive to protect the safety of customers by promoting our sport through education about safety and skills of paddling.
The site provides information about Missouri's rivers and floatable streams; displays ads from members; includes a directory of members (with links to their websites); and has a detailed map of floatable rivers.
The Missouri Canoe and Floaters Association is a volunteer organization and does not have an actual headquarters. The physical address provided is not affiliated with a single canoe outfitter or campground. Please visit the association website for a list of outfitters.
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