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This historic site includes three houses: the 1818 Federal-style Felix Valle House; the vertical-log, 1792 Amoureux House; and the 1819 Shaw House. Exhibits interpret the lifestyles and history of early Ste. Genevieve. These are some of the finest examples of French colonial architecture in the nation. Tours: $4; ages 6-12, $2.50; younger than 6, free.
Set in eastern Ozark sandstone country, this park is located between Ste. Genevieve and Farmington on Route 32. One of Missouri's most scenic and unspoiled landscapes, this park is known for pine trees and wild azaleas. Picnic sites, a shelter and a campground are nestled under the pines. Hiking trails and a 10-mile backpacking trail are available.
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