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Hermann's Military Weekend kicks off Friday evening with a VFW Color Guard and a concert at the Amphitheater.
Saturday there are bike races; concerts at area wineries; and farm tours. Branson performer Bill Chrastil performs at the Showboat Community Theatre, 7:30 p.m. (Reservations recommended: $15; ages 4-12, $8.)
Sunday offers more festivities and winery events. That evening, the USAF Orchestra and Color Guard appear at the Amphitheatre. Color Guard begins at 3 p.m. (15:00 military) CST with orchestra following immediately.
Hermann businesses offer special discounts for military personnel.
Activities take place at various locations. The address/phone shown are for the Hermann Welcome Center.
Please check the website for details, schedules and tickets to the Bill Chrastil show.
Join us for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Glasgow at Stump Island Park. More than 100 Civil War reenactors will recreate the battle and have demonstrations for you and your family.
There will be a parade downtown and a ladies tea (see brochure). A period Civil War ball will be held 7:30 p.m.-midnight with a fiddler and caller for your dance enjoyment. Wear your best period gowns and suits, as this is an event you will not want to miss.
A fun filled weekend of music and fun activities. Friday evening begins with "Pickin on the square," so take your acoustic instruments and join the fun.
A large parade (at 86 years, this is the longest continuing parade in Missouri) kicks off the festivities on Saturday, followed by a full day of music, food, and dancing.
Vendors set-up around the town square to display their crafts. A small train is available for the children and a horse drawn carriage gives rides as well. There is something for everyone.
On February 21-22, 2015 the seven Hermann area wineries will host the Chocolate Wine Trail, where the wineries have paired luscious chocolate creations with their wines. Participating wineries are:
The $30 ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass. Purchase tickets in advance online at www.HermannWineTrail.com or call the Hermann Welcome Center at 800-932-8687.
Our annual Thanksgiving Trail Ride at Coldwater Ranch will begin Wednesday, November 26 with dinner, and end Sunday November 30 with breakfast. We will ride daily, feast often, and enjoy visiting with our guests.
Join us for a festival of gospel music with: The Lesters; The Perrys; Tribute Quartet; Mark Trammell Quartet; The Talleys; BIG Mo; Karen Peck & New River; Gordon Mote; The Diplomats; Jerry & Little Jan Goff; Brian Free & Assurance; The Hoppers; New Horizons and The Blackwood Brothers.
This music festival takes place in the ballroom at Meramec Caverns. Seating is limited.
Trail ride your horse through the beautiful Ozarks lead by an experienced guide. Ride starts With Sunday breakfast and ends with Saturday breakfast. Sack lunches provided for the trail. Fully-equipped campsites with covered horse stalls available. Also a motel and bunkhouse available on site. Enjoy a swimming Pool and fishing. Rental horses also available.
This is a fun Halloween float trip. Join Lay Z Day Canoes and Camping on the Big Piney River in St. Robert for a Haunted River Float. Floats depart every half-hour from Lay-Z-Day Canoe Outfitters.
Once you are in the raft there is no turning back from whatever may be lurking in the river. After the float, you walk through the haunted forest and hop a hay wagon for a ride back to the campground. At the campground, there is a nice warm bon fire.
Camping is available by reservation; a separate fee applies.
Information can be found on our website and Facebook page; and you can call or email for details and reservations.
Cost: $25; ages 6-12, $10; younger than 6, free.
NOTE: Held on the dates specified only.
On Nov. 15-16, the seven Hermann area wineries will host the Holiday Fare Wine Trail, a celebration of good food and good wine. Participating wineries include:
Trail ride your horse through the beautiful Ozarks led by an experienced guide. Ride starts with Sunday breakfast and ends with Saturday breakfast. Sack lunches provided for the trail.
Fully-equipped campsites with covered horse stalls available. Also a motel and bunkhouse available on site. Enjoy a swimming Pool and fishing.
Rental horses also available.
Missouri's most popular lake destination features more than 1,100 miles of shoreline – that’s more shoreline than the coast of California. The Lake of the Ozarks offers access to public beaches; great fishing; and plenty of room for fun and recreation on the water.
Cities around the Lake of the Ozarks offer hundreds of dining and lodging options. Abundant recreation activities include, among other things: golf; horseback riding; boat excursions; wineries; airplane and helicopter tours; ziplines; spas; and shopping.
Marinas and rental services offer a variety of choices, ranging from a pontoon boat to fishing boats, ski boats to houseboats, and personal watercraft.
Please note: the address provided with this listing is for the Bagnell Dam, in Lake Ozark.
it...little word...big show. it - where 50 amazing singers, dancers, and musicians combine their astonishing scope of talents to create Branson's ultimate entertainment experience. From Broadway to country to comedy to patriotic to gospel to rock-n-roll, it is everything you want to see in a Branson show–and more.
From the energy and emotion of huge production number with brilliant lighting and sound to the warmth and charm of the on-stage talent, this is the show with it. The stars of it, including the Hughes Brothers and their families, create a sensational show for everyone, especially the show connoisseur looking for top-of-the-line entertainment with an emotional connection.
Presented January thru October at the Hughes Brothers Theatre.
Tickets: $39; ages 12-17, $15; ages 6-11, $9. VIP seating available in rows 1-6. Add a sit-down, table top dinner with your show.
Visit our website for details, schedules and tickets.
We are in a century-old home, converted into a Bed and Breakfast with five themed guestrooms. A full breakfast is served. We have an outdoor gazebo and hot tub.
Located two blocks south of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
The 1909 Railway Depot located in Bonne Terre is a bed & breakfast inn and a National Historic Site. The 1909 Depot has four guest rooms located on the second floor of restored historical site and three additional suites located in adjacent train cars. The first floor is a nostalgic English-style pub called the “Whistle Stop Saloon” and is open only for scheduled events. The 1909 Depot originally operated under the name of “Mississippi River and Bonne Terre Railway” and owned by the St. Joseph's Lead Company.
At the Depot, St. Joseph Lead arranged many traveling excursions for its employees, and at the height of operations, 12 trains a day arrived at the depot. The depot is a 2.5-story frame building on ashlars foundations, with a broad, hipped roof that was sheathed in gray slate. The 1909 Depot has the combined architectural styles of Queen Anne and late Stick resulting in a unique design and it reflects the late 19th century style of construction for small railroad stations throughout Missouri.
The depot was modeled after a fire destroyed the original 1898 depot. St. Joseph Lead Company employees constructed the Depot in 1909 and left to the elements in the late 1950s after the lead company moved their operations west. The nationally historic depot was saved from demolition when present owners, Doug and Catherine Goergens purchased and restored the depot in 1989. West End Diving now operates the 1909 Depot and the Bonne Terre Mines.
We feature 50 level, gravel, and full hook-up RV sites. Pull-thru and back-in sites with 50-amp service are available. Each site has a concrete patio with table and fire-ring. Three ADA sites are available. We are big-rig friendly. Rent six consecutive nights in a full hook-up site and seventh night is free. Enjoy discounts to Rec-Plex recreation center and St. Peters Golf Course.
Ten primitive camp sites with table, fire ring and lantern-hook are available. The park has one primitive group camp site with bonfire area.
Facilities include: free Wi-Fi; security; laundry; showers; paved roadways; a 4.5-mile paved pedestrian/bike trail; a 140-acre stocked lake; sand volleyball; pavilion; play area; horseshoe pits; firewood; bait; limited RV supplies and groceries; and a boat launch (trolling-motors only). NEW in 2014! Archery Range ($)
The park is within 30 minutes of Mid Rivers Mall; downtown St. Charles; casinos; Bass Pro; Cabela's; Verizon Amphitheater; and downtown St. Louis.
We offer two guestrooms with queen-sized beds, private bath, fireplace and sitting area. We serve house-made cookies, snacks, beverages and a full hot breakfast.
Guests enjoy the eight-person hot tub and four acres of wooded grounds. Our library contains books on local history, old campus yearbooks and other topics.
A work space, with Wi-Fi and a printer, is provided. Within 25 miles of the Inn, you can visit wineries, fish for trout at Maramec Spring, and take a float trip on a spring-fed stream.
Guests are guaranteed the utmost comfort in one of three separate guest-quarters, each with a private entrance and a full bathroom. Breakfast is delivered to your room.
A park-like garden, waterfall and fish pond complete the peaceful, serene surroundings. Relax in our courtyards.
Built in 1893, our beautiful Victorian house was the home of Allen Percy Green, the owner/operator of the Green Refractory, a world renowned fire-brick manufacturer.
Four guestrooms. Guests are served a full, hot breakfast. Our ample common areas total more than 5,000 square-feet. The beautiful grounds cover half an acre. We enjoy a 99.7% customer satisfaction rate.
A multitude of indoor and outdoor activities are available in the area. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton is a 30-minute drive; the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City is 50 minutes away.
Visit our website for more information, area attractions, photos and reservations. Special packages are available with a two-work-day notice.
This park is known as The Quiet Campground for all the right reasons. You can hear the crackling of the fire and rustling of leaves. There are 79 nicely landscaped, level, full hook-up sites and six fully furnished two-story Villas that sleep six. Located 1.5 miles west of Silver Dollar City, on 43 acres of Ozark forest, 100 yards off Route 76. Big rigs are welcome.
Our amenities include: an outdoor pool; playground; enclosed pet play area; recreation-hall with full kitchen; private bathroom and showers; and a laundry facility. Planned social activities are held. Named Top 100 in the Nation by Good Sam Club in 2009; Mid-size Park of the year by Missouri Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds in 2009.
Acorn Ridge offers four charming guestrooms, each with a king bed, private bathroom, and nice views. At check-in, you are greeted with our signature Grandma Stumpe's cookies. A full breakfast is served.
We are less than one mile from the Katy Trail, Augusta Brewery, Mount Pleasant Winery, and Augusta Winery.
Whether you are looking for an easy get-away, or searching for a unique bed & breakfast, we have what you need.
Rooms available Fridays and Saturdays only. Please explore our website for details and reservations.
Rentals of pontoons, deck/ski boats and WaveRunner brand personal watercraft. By water: find us at 3 mile marker, Jobson Hollow Cove, north shore of Lake of the Ozarks. By land: take Route 54 to Business 54/Bagnell Dam/Route W exit. Take Route W to W-20 (Village Marina Road) to the end. Age restrictions do apply.
At Adventure Boat Rentals, we want you to have a fantastic time with one of our boats or WaveRunners. We maintain and prep everything as if they were our own personal vessel. From WaveRunner brand personal watercraft for blasting around to pontoons for stable platforms with larger groups to deck and ski boats for fun, we have your boat.
Our location at Miller's Landing offers convenient access from the Osage Beach and Camdenton areas. Take 54-63 (Runabout Drive) off of Route 54 to the end. We also have a location at the 3 mile marker on the north shore at Village Marina off of W-20. Our hours vary by season, please call to verify times.
Adventures new Float Trip Office is located on Route 64, 14 miles west of Lebanon and 3.5 miles west of Bennett Spring State Park (15 miles east of Route 65 at Louisburg). This easy access is convenient to people for day trips, motorcyclist or spur-of-the-moment fun.
This is the last two-car ferry operating in Missouri. The ferry takes you across the Current River on Route K at Akers. The ferry is operated by Akers Ferry Canoe Rental. The fee is $4 per car or $5 for a vehicle and trailer.
Contact for special rates for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
Camping, RV sites and cabins available. Facilities include pool, dining, general store, hot showers, modern restrooms and electric hook-ups. Canoe, kayak, inner tube and small raft rental and floating on the Current and Jacks Fork Rivers.
Canoe, kayak, inner tube and small raft floats. Facilities include pool, dining, general store, hot showers, modern restrooms and electric hook-ups. Camping, RV sites and cabins available. You can cross the Current River on the ferry. Located in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, 21 miles south of Salem, off Route 19, at the junction of Routes K and KK.
We are a property management and vacation rental company, representing privately owned homes and condos throughout the Lake of the Ozarks area. We are dedicated to providing visitors an exceptional vacation experience in one of the many private homes or condos the company manages.
Fireworks, firearms and kegs are prohibited at all of our properties. See our website for a list of properties, photos, and our rental policies.
Aladdin Hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places. The beautifully restored Art Deco hotel features a hip design and vintage style, as well as upscale amenities. This renovated hotel brings back the original 1926 art deco ambiance with a vintage hip approach for a fresh look at yesterday.
There are 193 well appointed guestrooms, featuring an array of modern, lifestyle-enhancing amenities, efficient workspaces and a relaxing atmosphere to unwind.
Enjoy a meal at the Zebra Room Restaurant and relax with a drink in the Martini Loft Lounge.
Located adjacent to the Convention Center in downtown Kansas City; two blocks from the Power and Light District.
We offer 60 units, ranging from motel style to spacious 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom units with a spectacular main channel view. Heated indoor and outdoor pools, plus toddler pool and two hot tubs await your pleasure.
Our marina has 111 covered, padded, lighted and electrified slips, plus a full service gas dock and boat rentals. For year-round angling, an enclosed fishing dock, with a wood-fired stoves, is waiting with your big catch.
Our casual Bobber's Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and supper. Relax in Bobber’s Lounge, our full service bar. Our banquet facilities and decks can accommodate groups of all sizes for private events.
Located on the shores of Lake of the Ozarks, off of Route HH, at the far end of Horseshoe Bend; the eight-mile marker by water.
We have 83 guestrooms; extra plush Serta pillow-top mattresses and premium pillows; interior corridors; an elevator; and a level parking lot; free hot breakfast; a security system; electronic door locks.
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.
Family campground with 162 spaces beside the Jacks Fork River. Some sites with electricity and water. Two blocks to Alley Mill and the one-room schoolhouse. Park rangers lead hikes and campfire programs during the summer. Group rates offered. Reservations at Recreation.gov.
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