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Located about 10 miles northeast of Hermann, Daniel Boone Conservation Area makes for a nice diversion from Route 94, and it is a great spot for a picnic lunch.
A seven mile multi-use trail allows you to explore the area by foot, horse, or bicycle. You'll likely see many songbirds, and perhaps the elusive ruffed grouse.
Deep valleys, glades and rugged, wooded hills are there for outdoors enthusiasts. Several ponds supply opportunities to take catfish, sunfish and bass.
From Route 94: Route 19 north; Route Y, east. From I-70: Route Y at Jonesburg, six miles; southwest on Tower Road at the cantilever sign near Oak Grove Church; go three miles.
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Radiocarbon dating indicates the park's shelter cave was inhabited more than 10,000 years ago. The park, two miles west of Danville along the Loutre River, features camping, hiking and mountain-biking trails, fishing, a boat ramp and picnicking.
Reservable basic and electric campsites are nestled in a wooded area. The camping area provides a dump station, modern restrooms and hot showers.
Radiocarbon dating shows the park's shelter cave was inhabited more than 10,000 years ago.
The park features hiking, fishing and picnicking. Camping reservations by phone and online.
One-room, furnished, heated and cooled log cabins that sleep four; one full-size bed and one set of bunk beds (bed linens not provided). Deluxe cabins include bedding.
Cabins include a covered porch with a swing, a picnic table, fire ring, grill, yard area and a parking space. Cabins are a short distance from the bath facilities.
Level, big-rig friendly, pull-thru sites with full hook-ups. Free, no-license-required fishing.
Amenities include: showers; paddleboats; video rental; horseshoe pits; croquet; sand volleyball; badminton; a camp store; propane; and a lake.
Located one mile from I-70. Enjoy the climate-controlled outdoor pool and family pavilion. Camping cabins are available.
We offer 60 RV sites. The campground includes propane sales; a laundry; swimming pool; two ponds; a stocked three-acre lake; and two meeting rooms with heat and air.
Tent sites are available. Group and RV club discounts. Free Wi-Fi at most sites.
We have a large, fenced and double gated off-leash dog park.
Every Saturday night we show an outdoor movie. Bring your lawn chair and join us.
This area is an appealing stop for hiking, horseback riding or biking. The seven-mile multi-use trail takes outdoor adventurers over the area's namesake, Little Lost Creek. This partially spring-fed Ozark stream is characterized by clear water and a rocky stream bed. Brilliantly colored Ozark fish species such as bleeding shiners, southern red belly dace and stippled darters, are found in the stream. Woodland wildlife, such as deer, turkey, squirrels, and ruffed grouse are year-round residents. Other sights in this mostly forested area are scattered glades, savannas and fields. Little Lost Creek Conservation Area can be reached from I-70 west of Warrenton by taking either Route B five miles south of Pendleton, or Route EE four miles south of Pendleton.
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This forest, less than five miles south of I-70, offers a getaway from the busy interstate. It's a good place to stop off for a picnic lunch. You'll find the peacefulness of nearly 1,500 acres of wooded surroundings. A short trail allows travelers to stretch their legs and get a bit of exercise while exploring nature. Wet a line in one of the area’s fishing ponds or snap a few great bird or wildlife pictures. From I-70, Reifsnider State Forest is two miles east of Warrenton on Route M, then three miles south on Schuetzenground Road.
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