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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.
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.
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.
Newly constructed in August 2009, this Americas Best Value Inn has won our company's "Best of the Best" awards since the day it was opened. We offer a free hot breakfast buffet and are less than five minutes from the Main Gate of Fort Leonard Wood.
Spacious rooms; heated indoor pool. Our free breakfast includes biscuits and gravy, Belgian waffles, fresh fruit, muffins, juice and coffee. Two miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Five log cabins are nestled along a private lake. Swim, fish, canoe and relax on one of the docks, decks or screened porches. Enjoy a crackling fire by your cabin. Play ping pong and shuffleboard. Have your children explore little creeks. Snip fresh herbs from the garden. Barbecue on gas, charcoal or wood stoves. Enjoy a relaxing drink while watching the stars and fireflies. Hike winding trails on 380 acres. Rental fees for cabins include use of canoes, fishing and local fresh eggs.
Campground offering tent and RV camping; camp store; bait shop; Wi-Fi; dump station; on-site RV rentals; laundry; restroom; lighted boat ramp; grills; picnic tables; pavilion; bagged ice; fire wood; shower house. Ideal location for Scouts, organizations, family, church and military groups. Located on the banks of the Gasconade River, 10 miles north of I-44, take Exit 163.
Full-service canoe, raft, kayak, tube, and jon boat floats on the Big Piney River and the Gasconade River. One day floats of three to 14 miles; multi-day trips up to 100 miles can be arranged.
We are a full-service canoe outfitter offering canoe, raft, kayak, tube and Jon boat floats on the Gasconade and Big Piney Rivers. One day floats of three to 14 miles; multi-day trips up to 100 miles can be arranged. Camping facilities on-site.
This is an extended-stay hotel. Our suites include: an oversized executive desk; an ergonomic chair; a chair and ottoman; and our Comforts of Home bedding collection.
A free copy of USA Today is delivered to your door on weekdays. There is a free laundry facility. Purchase sundry items, snacks or meals in our Candlewood Cupboard.
Our hotel features a rustic lodge decor with a spacious two-story lobby. Some suites include a jetted tub.
We have a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Located three miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Rooms include refrigerator, microwave, and iron/board. Free continental breakfast. Hotel offers a hot tub and outdoor pool. Balcony picnic area available to guests. Situated along historic Route 66, south of I-44 at Exit 163.
Our free continental breakfast includes waffles, cereal and fruit. Ruby Tuesday and Cracker Barrel Restaurants are adjacent. Located 2.5 miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
Self-guided driving tour of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, the United States' largest military training installation. Just a few of the sites you will see are historic buildings, Joint Services Park, the museum complex, and be sure to stop by and reflect at Soldiers Memorial Park.
The Pulaski County Visitors Center, I-44, Exit 161, offers a complimentary turn-by-turn brochure, or download a copy from the link provided in this listing. Must have driver's license, registration and proof of insurance.
Fort Waynesville, built on a bluff in 1862, provided protection to the Union Army during the Civil War. Marker and scenic view overlooking the valley.
W.H. (Waynesville Hill) Croaker sets along Historic Route 66 overlooking the town of Waynesville. This is a huge rock painted like a frog is just one cool attraction you will see as you get your kick's on Route 66! Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in October and join us in celebrating WH and all things froggie!
Full-service facility with 16 cabins and cottages, campgrounds and RV sites along the banks of the Gasconade River. We have restroom and shower facilities; canoeing, rafting and kayaking; swimming pool; country store; basketball court; volleyball; horse shoes; and playground. Located 1.5 miles south of I-44, at Exit 145.
Full-service campground and RV park along the Gasconade River, 1.5 miles south of I-44, Exit 145. Pool; country store; basketball court; volleyball; horse shoes; and playground. Canoe, raft, kayak, jon boat and tube rentals.
Canoe, raft, kayak and tube rentals on the Gasconade River. Campground, RV park and cottages available. Pool; store; basketball court; volleyball; horse shoes; and playground. Located 1.5 miles south of I-44 at Exit 145. Canoe, $44 - $48; Kayak, $30 - $34; Rafts, $82 - $168; tube, $12.
This hotel offers business amenities and Cloud Nine bedding. Meeting and banquet facilities, with catering, available.
Explore our self-guided, scenic driving tour of old Route 66, between Exit 145 and Exit 169 of I-44. A brochure is available at the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau; you can download it Here.
For motor coach groups, a step-on tour guide program is available. Call for details.
Our 26-inch pillow top deluxe mattress, 32-inch HDTVs and Stay Smart bedding make your stay cozy and comfortable. Indoor salt-water pool and hot tub. Breakfast bar includes our signature cinnamon rolls. Same-day dry-cleaning service/pick up available. Located on Historic Route 66, two miles from Ft. Leonard Wood.
Rooms feature deluxe pillow-top mattresses. Off of I-44, exit 184; one mile from Missouri University of Science and Technology and Phelps Country Regional Medical Center.
We offer several beautiful one-day and multi-day floats from 4 to 60 miles. We rent canoes; kayaks; rafts; jon boats; and tubes.
We have camping facilities, a shower house, horseshoes and sand volleyball, walking trails, annual full moon float, NEW Haunted River Float in October.
The Liberty Lodge is a renovated motel that opened June 2010 with the comforts of home. Located two miles from the Main Gate of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, this motel features a variety of amenities along with Missouri hospitality.
This is an extended stay hotel located three miles from Fort Leonard Wood.
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