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Hannibal's first winery, opened in 2011, is in the Mark Twain Cave Complex, two miles south of town. Sample wine produced in Missouri from Missouri-grown grapes.
Enjoy complimentary tasting indoors; relax with a glass of wine inside and on the patio and lawn. Live music and special events on select weekends. Indoor and outdoor space is available for private events.
Wine, cheese, crackers and other foods are available at Village Hollow Candles and Gifts. Two of West Winery's selections are exclusive to this location: Mark Twain Reserve (semi-dry red) and An Innocent Broad (sweet white).
The campground offers 65 sites, all with electric hook-ups; paved parking; picnic tables and fire grills; playgrounds; a shower house; vault toilets; and a dump station. Equestrian campers will find shaded horse stalls with access to the Joanna Multi-Use Trail. Mark Twain Lake attracts fishermen, boaters, campers, and hunters.
Full-service restaurant and lounge.
The lounge, in a separate room from the restaurant, has big screen TVs and lots of room.
Closed July 4; Labor Day; Thanksgiving; and Dec. 24-25.
This campground is at the Indian Creek Recreation Area at Mark Twain Lake. It includes: public boat ramp; group camp; day-use area; and the campground. There are 190 campsites; 20 primitive hike-in campsites; showers; restrooms; playgrounds; a fish-cleaning station; a boat ramp; beach; hiking trails.
The group camp provides 25 electric campsites, 12 tent sites, a group shelter, restrooms, shower and playground. The day-use area offers a group shelter, picnic sites and playground.
Full-service marina with boat rentals: pontoons, jon boats, ski boats and personal watercraft. We have a convenience store and a restaurant. Certified mechanics. Mercruiser authorized service center. Serving Mark Twain Lake. Service center is open year-round.
Our 3,500 square foot red barn includes four guestrooms, a main gathering area for relaxing around the television and fireplace, and a reading library. The facility includes gas grills, a fire pit, a picnic table, a bench swing, a badminton court net and a horseshoe pit.
Located on two acres, next to the Lick Creek. Hiking and horse trails follow the shoreline of the Mark Twain Lake.
A full breakfast is served. Snacks and beverages are available anytime.
See our website for details and rates.
We offer a country setting on five acres and feature three guestrooms with private baths. A full breakfast is served. Electric hook-up for boats. We are two miles from Mark Twain State Park and its boat ramps, beach and hiking trails; three miles from Florida, birthplace of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).
Adjacent to historic Mark Twain Cave. Full hookups for RVs, laundry, restrooms and showers, a dump station, and a safe playground for kids are on-site. There is a camp store on the premises. Open April 1-Nov. 1.
This is the cave author Mark Twain described in five of his books. The cave was first shown in 1886. It is a registered National Natural Landmark.
This is one of a few labyrinth style caves in the world, where the passages form crisscross patterns. The tour lasts one hour. There are no stairs – good walking shoes are recommended. The temperature inside is 52 degrees Fahrenheit, year-round.
Located on Route 79, two miles south of downtown Hannibal.
Tickets: Adults $16; ages 8-12, $10; younger than 8, $3. Group rates offered.
Cameron Cave (tours by lantern light) and Cave Hollow West Winery are on-site.
Mark Twain Landing features full-hookup, back-in RV sites; cabins; condos and motel rooms; and wooded and lakeside tent campsites.
Other amenities include golf cart rentals; a 24-hour laundry facility; Wi-Fi; pavilions; meeting areas; a recreation hall with full kitchen; and an outdoor swimming pool.
The on-site general store offers gas and diesel fuel, LP gas, fishing supplies, and live bait, plus a restaurant. During the season, enjoy activities at the craft center, take advantage of the game room, let the little ones enjoy playground equipment and shoot hoops on our basketball court. We show nightly movies, in season, and offer Karaoke on Saturday nights.
The adjacent water park, Splash Landing, offers four water slides; a large wave pool (tubes available); a lazy river; and features for younger guests, such as the Lily Pad zero-entry pool. Splash Landing also offers dining and drinking options (including adult beverages), a sweet shop specializing in ice cream and cookies, and a gift shop.
Mark Twain Landing campground is open April 1-Nov. 1; Splash Landing waterpark is open Memorial Day-Labor Day. You may call for information or to make campground or lodging reservations year-round.
Scenic views from limestone bluffs and woodlands await at this park. Located on Mark Twain Lake, the park features camping, camper cabins, fishing, a boat ramp, hiking trails, a beach, an organized group camp, picnic sites and shelters.
Park grounds are open sunrise-10 p.m. daily.
Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site (see seperate listing) is located in the park.
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 Vistors 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 Vistors 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).
We offer a large selection of Byers Choice Carolers, handmade in America. Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer, and Becky Thatcher Carolers are made exclusively for Picture Perfect. We have a large selection of Civil War limited edition prints by John Paul Strain & Mort Kunstler, two of the top Civil War artists of our time.
Additionally, we offer many product lines and art prints; custom picture framing; and shipping.
The Ray Behrens Recreation Area at Mark Twain Lake provides 165 campsites with electric hookups. Showers and accessible flush-toilets are in close proximity of every site. The park features a marina and playgrounds, a boat ramp, marina, hiking trails, picnic area and picnic shelter.
Reservations can be made online.
Mark Twain Lake attracts fishermen, boaters, campers, and hunters who want to relax and enjoy the water.
Located at beautiful Mark Twain Lake. This two-story oak log cabin, decorated in a hunting and fishing motif, featuring elk, Missouri and Illinois deer, fox, black bear, caribou, bobcat, turkey, racoon, and pheasant. Enjoy perfectly aged angus; choice, corn-fed beef; ribeyes; strip loin; filet mignon; sirloin and steak burgers; pasta; chops; seafood; sandwiches; and local favorites. Family owned and operated since 1996. Hours vary by season; please call to confirm.
This 18,600-acre lake is ideal for a day on the water. Also, enjoy equestrian trails, walking trails, and sleeping under the stars. Offers great fishing; known for crappie and bass tournaments. There are stocked ponds for those without boats.
Camping is available in four Corps of Engineers developed recreation areas; many with full hookups; most have electric, fire grills, lantern hangers, picnic tables and asphalt pads. Areas have showers, restrooms, sanitary stations, trails, scenic overlooks, launch ramps, and beaches and playgrounds.
Built in 1871, this is the last surviving covered bridge in Missouri using Burr-arch truss construction. It is one of four covered bridges remaining in the state. The bridge served travelers on the road through Monroe County for 99 years.
Missouri's Great River Road
Enjoy the sights along Missouri's section of the Great River Road.
Missouri's Underground Treasures
Here's a look at some of Missouri's popular show caves.
Time with Twain
Journey in and around Hannibal to experience life in Mark Twain's home town.
Way of American Genius - Part 1
This section of the Way of American genius focuses on folks such as Walt Disney and Mark Twain.
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