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Enjoy our grower and producer market every Saturday from April 5 to November 22, 8 a.m.-noon in the Boonslick Library parking lot. We are a self-certifying market of farmers and artisans from the local area. As the season progresses, we can be found in the late afternoons from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Seasonal produce, organic body products, jewelry, bedding plants, upcycled garden products and ornaments, honey, gourds, seasoning blends, eggs and jams are just a few of the items that can be found at our market.
All our vendors enjoy answering your questions and are always willing to recommend area businesses, tourist spots to visit and places to stay. Ask a local, shop local.
Built in 1912, this bungalow is the only one of its kind in Arrow Rock. Five guestrooms with private baths; also a private guest cottage with kitchen. Full breakfast is served. Relax on the front porch. Reunions, church and business retreats are welcome.
Relax in the comfort of this restored 1910 cottage, named for Boonville's founding mother. The Victorian woodwork, windows, doors, and wood floors have been preserved and restored to show off their original character. Antique furnishings and period light fixtures are featured throughout, but modern day comforts abound. We have off-street parking, a back yard with 100+ year old shade trees, and a front porch with a large, comfortable swing. Located less than one mile from downtown Boonville and the Katy Trail, at the site of the Hannah Cole Fort and the Civil War Battle of Boonville.
Katy Trail State Park is the longest rails-to-trails conversion in the U.S. The flat, 237.7-mile trail is open for hiking, running, walking, and bicycling through Missouri countryside.
Many wineries, restaurants, bed and breakfast inns, motels, campgrounds and shopping opportunities are located along its length. More than half of the eastern section of the trail follows the Missouri River; after leaving the river, the trail meanders through peaceful farmland and small-town Missouri.
Horseback riding is allowed on the 34.7-mile section between Calhoun and the Sedalia Fairgrounds; also on the 15.3-mile stretch between Tebbetts and Portland.
Motorized vehicles and equipment are prohibited. Electrically assisted, pedal-powered bicycles/tricycles (maximum speed of 20 mph), as well as electrically powered mobility devices for persons with disabilities, such as motorized wheelchairs and scooters, are allowed. No hunting or firearms allowed.
(The map shown on this listing is the location of the Jefferson City trailhead only.)
Main trailheads, listed from west to east:
*Clinton *Calhoun *Windsor *Green Ridge *Sedalia *Clifton City *Pilot Grove *Boonville *New Franklin *Rocheport *McBaine *Hartsburg *North Jefferson City *Tebbetts *Mokane *Portland *McKittrick *Treloar *Marthasville *Dutzow *Augusta *Matson *Weldon Springs *Green Bottom *St. Charles *Machens
River Hills’ facility includes skeet, trap, sporting clays and five-stand. The sporting clays course sits among the hills of the Missouri River; some stations are situated on the bluffs. There are 15-17 stations on the main course; seven stations on the beginners or clubhouse course. We can accommodate the recreational shooter and the competitive shooter. There is an air-conditioned clubhouse and a snack bar.
We have loaner guns, ammo and eye and hearing protection. Cost is $4 for skeet and trap; $14 for 50 targets of five-stand or sporting clays.
Circa 1869 Civil War mansion with ten guestrooms, private baths. The Missouri Governor's Mansion was patterned after this 12,000 square foot mansion. The home includes: antiques; 11 Carerra marble fireplaces hand-carved in France; 300-pound walnut doors; magnificent original woodwork; three staircases, including a grand staircase at the entry.
Seven acre property along the Katy Trail; adjacent to conservation land beside the Missouri River. Located twenty miles west of Columbia; one-fourth mile from the Boonville Bridge; one-mile from the casino; half-a-mile from restaurants; twelve miles to a winery. Group tours by appointment.
The Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art is located on the first floor of Classic Hall on the campus of Central Methodist University. The gallery presents five shows a year, two each semester and one in the summer. The artists represented in these shows cover a multitude of media, most of them coming from the mid-Missouri area.The gallery has more than 700 works in its collection, including more than 150 works in The Ashby Collection. Special tours are available for groups throughout the year by contacting the curator.
From the antique tin ceilings to the checker board floor, the Zuzak building is a unique place to begin exploring downtown Boonville. Our art gallery features works from the Boonslick Region – paintings, photography, jewelry, ceramics, fiber arts, and “artiques” are featured.
Special exhibits in the front gallery change throughout the year. Workshops and classes are offered.
Two blocks from the Katy Trail.
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