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We have 15 housekeeping cabins with fully equipped kitchens. Cabins are 200 feet from the water's edge. We have a full-service marina and boat rentals. Open March-October. Reservations are taken after Jan. 1.
Housed in the historic 1904 Frisco Railroad depot, the museum features photographs, newspapers and memorabilia depicting the rich history of Puxico and the surrounding area. Look for the bright red caboose located next to the depot. Free admission.
Depicts scenes from Bloomfield's early history. One of the murals is located on the corner of North Prairie and West Seneca streets; the other is located on the corner North Prairie and West Missouri streets.
We have a restaurant on-site and feature other amenities such as Wi-Fi access and an outdoor pool.
The murals, located at the corner of West Stoddard and Mulberry Street, depict homes built from 1890 to 1910. The homes, located on Walnut Street, are still occupied.
This area contains 2,400 acres of wetlands, plus forests and some cropland. This is a waterfowl hunting area, established in conjunction with Mingo National Wildlife Refuge.
Facilities include: four boat ramps,; boat rentals; a boat dock; primitive camping; six fishing jetties; and an 1,800-acre lake. The main entrance is nine miles north of Puxico, on Route 51.
Authentic Mexican Restaurant. Daily specials.
This area is east of Bloomfield on Route E, then two miles south on County Road 517. This area is mostly forest (770 acres total), but also has 20 wildlife food plots (30 acres total), five native warm-season grass fields (60 acres total) and 101 acres of old fields. Facilities/features include: an archery range, camping, a pavilion, Holly Ridge, and Beech Springs natural areas (sand forests with acid seeps and springs).
Sample our wines, including Chambourcin, Cayuga White, Sweet's Cabin, Dalton Red, Dovetail, and Mingo Sunrise. Food offerings include soups, salads, sandwiches and appetizers.
Enjoy your wine and food on the deck, overlooking the vineyard.
Live music May-Oct., Saturdays, 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Indian Hills is north of Puxico; see our website for directions.
The Log Cabin Library is original log construction that is still in use as Puxico's Library. It has been used as the city's library since the late 1930s.
The 21,592-acre refuge lies in a basin formed in an ancient channel of the Mississippi River. Mingo National Wildlife Refuge is recognized as an Important Bird Area by the Audubon Society as the refuge supports bird species and habitats that are of conservation priority.
Mingo National Wildlife Refuge includes the 7,730-acre Mingo Wilderness Area, designated as Wilderness by the U.S. Congress in 1976. Hunting, fishing, hiking, wildlife observation, and wildlife photography are encouraged in the Wilderness Area; it is the largest remaining tract of bottomland hardwood forest in Missouri.
Motorized recreational activities are prohibited inside the Mingo Wilderness Area; however, motorized traffic is allowed on non-wilderness corridor roads, alongside a network of waterways.
Hiking, backpacking, fishing, wildlife observation, environmental education and interpretation are allowed, as well as biological research as approved through refuge management.
Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Call or see the website for hours and entry costs.
Rooms include a recliner. Guests are welcome to a free breakfast next door at Penny's Diner.
Experience Southern hospitality. We specialize in culinary classics while providing a haven among the bluebirds and oak trees. There is a stocked pond for catch-and-release fishing, along with antique furnishings; patio and deck; peaceful gardens; and scenic views. Laundry service upon request. Cooking classes offered by special reservation. Your stay includes: large breakfast; snacks; soft drinks; wines; beer and tea; and free local calls. Smoking allowed outdoors.
This area contains 2,200 acres of wetlands as well as cropland, forest and old fields. Facilities/features include: a concrete boat ramp, 21 unimproved boat ramps, primitive camping, picnic areas, three fishing jetties, a fishing dock, Otter Lake, Cypress Lake, Otter Lake Natural Area and Bradyville Natural Area. In Stoddard County, travel west of Dexter on Route 60, then 10 miles south on Route ZZ to County Road 675. Turn west on 675 and travel two miles to the area entrance.
These murals depicts events in the history of Puxico. They are located along Route 51 and Richardson Avenue.
Located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, this lake offers a variety of activities. With more than 44,000 acres of land, guests may hunt, fish, swim, boat, camp or picnic. A visitor center features displays, and often hosts programs designed to showcase the natural beauty of Southeast Missouri.
The lake is known for its largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, white bass and channel catfish. The surrounding area is home to many animals, including deer, turkey, dove and quail.
The area includes equestrian and hiking trails, along with sites for camping.
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