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We are a locally owned hotel, and we pride ourselves on customer service. Our facility is designed for extended stasy, offering single rooms (one queen-size bed), or double rooms (two full-size beds). Our standard rooms have a kitchenette which includes a full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, cooktop range, coffee maker, toaster, pots and pans, cooking utensils, and place settings for four, along with a 27-inch TV and a DVD player. Our fitness facility is free and open 24 hours. Our guest laundry is free to all guests. Our hotel does not accept pets.
Newly constructed in August 2009, this Americas Best Value Inn has won our company's "Best of the Best" awards since the day it was opened. We offer a free hot breakfast buffet and are less than five minutes from the Main Gate of Fort Leonard Wood.
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.
Our hotel is located right off of I-44 at Exit 184. We have two restaurants adjacent to our property: Waffle House, which is open 24 hours and Sirloin Stockade, which is open for lunch and supper. There are several other restaurants located approximately five minutes from our hotel.
We have a continental breakfast in the morning that includes free waffles. We also have free Wi-Fi available in the whole hotel. There is a business center with a computer and printer available 24 hours. We can also make copies and send/receive faxes 24 hours.
This is an extended-stay hotel. Our suites include: an oversized executive desk; an ergonomic chair; a chair and ottoman; and our Comforts of Home bedding collection.
A free copy of USA Today is delivered to your door on weekdays. There is a free laundry facility. Purchase sundry items, snacks or meals in our Candlewood Cupboard.
Our hotel features a rustic lodge decor with a spacious two-story lobby. Hot tub suites are available. The hotel offers a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Located three miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Rooms include refrigerator, microwave, and iron/board. Free continental breakfast. Hotel offers a hot tub and outdoor pool. Balcony picnic area available to guests. Situated along historic Route 66, south of I-44 at Exit 163.
Our free continental breakfast includes waffles, cereal and fruit. Ruby Tuesday and Cracker Barrel Restaurants are adjacent. Located 2.5 miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Self-guided driving tour of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, the United States' largest military training installation. Just a few of the sites you will see are historic buildings, Joint Services Park, the museum complex, and be sure to stop by and reflect at Soldiers Memorial Park.
The Pulaski County Visitors Center, I-44, Exit 161, offers a complimentary turn-by-turn brochure, or download a copy from the link provided in this listing. Must have driver's license, registration and proof of insurance.
This hotel offers business amenities and Cloud Nine bedding. Meeting and banquet facilities, with catering, available.
Our 26-inch pillow top deluxe mattress, 32-inch HDTVs and Stay Smart bedding make your stay cozy and comfortable. Indoor salt-water pool and hot tub. Breakfast bar includes our signature cinnamon rolls. Same-day dry-cleaning service/pick up available. Located on Historic Route 66, two miles from Ft. Leonard Wood.
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.
The Liberty Lodge is a renovated motel that opened June 2010 with the comforts of home. Located two miles from the Main Gate of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, this motel features a variety of amenities along with Missouri hospitality.
This is an extended stay hotel located three miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
This cave contains archaeological evidence of human occupancy from 7,000 B.C. to A.D. 1,400. Artifacts from this cave are displayed in the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington D.C.
Miller Cave is part of a cave complex in the bluffs above the Big Piney River, along the southern boundary of Ft. Leonard Wood. One of the largest caves on Fort Leonard Wood, it is the only one open to the public. A trail leads to the main entrance, in a bluff approximately 150 feet above the Big Piney River; two more openings face the river, affording a spectacular view of the river valley. Trail is steep but a short walk.
The hatchery is on the headwaters of the Current River. Facilities/features include: five fishing jetties, two springs (Montauk Springs, Bluff Springs), Montauk Lake (five acres), picnic areas, shelter houses, camping, interpretive programs, hiking trails, motel, and dining provided by the Department of Natural Resources at Montauk State Park. This hatchery/trout park is inside Montauk State Park, southeast of Licking. From Route 137, turn east on Route V-V and go 10 miles to Route 119. Turn right on Route 119 and watch for signs.
Free morning coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. Free expanded cable and local calls. Mini-refrigerators and microwaves available for a fee.
Located on Historic Route 66; off I-44, exit 161; two miles from Fort Leonard Wood. McDonalds and the Waffle House are adjacent; less than 1 mile to Luigi's Italian Restaurant, and the Hidden Valley Plaza Shopping Center.
An unusual complex of military museums:
A replica of a World War II camp, with barracks, chapel and mess hall, supply office, as well as building displays that discuss segregation in early military life and the German Prisoners that lived at Fort Leonard Wood during WWII.
Outdoor Military Vehicle Museum, great photo opportunities!
The Indoor Museum Complex offers; Army Engineer Museum, with maps and tools dating to the Revolutionary War, the Military Police Museum, housing items from U.S. frontier army-post life to the Iraq wars and the Chemical Corps Museum which documents the effects of chemical warfare, covering the last nine centuries. Display's are changed regularly.
Note: Photo ID, vehicle registration and proof of insurance required to enter the post. Closed major holidays and Sundays.
This 18 hole, par 72 course runs through a beautiful valley along the Big Piney River, and is open President's Day thru November 30, weather permitting. The course is open to the public and features a driving range, putting green, chipping area, pro shop, snack bar and lessons.
Public House Brewing Company is a microbrewery and pub in a warm, inviting, smoke-free atmosphere. We produce and serve many styles of handcrafted beer, some of which won medals at the Best of Craft Beer Awards in Bend, Oregon. We have an extensive wine list.
We serve sandwiches and a selection of artisan sausages and cheeses. You are welcome to bring your own food, even order something and have it delivered to the brewery (you have to be here to receive it).
We hold many events throughout the year and regularly feature live entertainment. Please visit our website for details and schedules.
The Pulaski County Visitors Center is located along Interstate 44 north of Exit 161. The Center offers more than 700 brochures and maps covering Pulaski County, as well as attractions throughout the state of Missouri.
Souvenirs of Pulaski County, the state of Missouri and Route 66 are available. Complimentary coffee and Wi-Fi are available.
We are an Official Missouri Affiliate Welcome Center.
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.
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