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Guestrooms include: free Wi-Fi; cable TV with HBO; alarm clock; hairdryer; and free local calls.
Start your day with our free, hot deluxe continental breakfast, including waffles, oatmeal, breads, muffins, yogurt, juice and coffee. Enjoy a refreshing swim in our outdoor pool, open Memorial Day-Labor Day.
Tree lined fairways, strategically placed fairway and greenside bunkers, water and lateral hazards combine to make Birch Creek Golf Club enjoyable and challenging. Elevation changes provide shot variety and beautiful views of the valley and surrounding hills.
In the scenic foothills of the Ozarks, off of I-44; 13 miles from Meramec Caverns; 20 miles from Six Flags theme park, and five miles from the Meramec River. In addition to standard rooms, a family suite, a spa suite, and a fully furnished cottage are available.
Canoe and raft rentals for floating on the Meramec River. No dogs or fishing allowed in rafts. One block south of I-44 on Route W.
Age restrictions: You must be 21 years old to rent equipment from us. Children younger than age 5 will not be allowed to float in our canoes; children younger than age 3 will not be allowed to float in our rafts; children younger than age 3 will not be allowed on any of our float trips.
We offer canoe, kayak, and jon boat rentals. Primitive camping is available. We have a concrete boat ramp on the Bourbeuse River.
The only Beach House Condo located in the Hermann area of Missouri Wine Country. Whether it's the total privacy of our Anniversary Special Double Jacuzzi Suite or comfortable sleeping for a total of up to 8-10 additional friends and family, you or your group will always be our only pampered guests.
Free shuttle by Innkeeper SUVs to and from the wineries or destinations of your choice from 9 am. to 9 pm., upon request. Free AMTRAK pickup and return. Free wine glasses. Free use of 1,200 square foot indoor and outdoor Margville Party House. Completely covered Party House has full setup including separate fridge, Kuerig, bar and storage. Double Jacuzzi Salon Spa overlooking the lake from 150 ft. Dish Network 250 with HBO/Showtime. Full kitchenette and all BBQ/grilling setup provided.
Free fishing. Fire pit and campfire site both available overlooking the lake. Three-course Big Country Breakfast cooked to order and served directly to your door or time and location of your choice. Located 15 minutes from 14 wineries and all wine country attractions, sausage makers, antique and craft shops, micro breweries, and a micro distillery.
Level, big-rig friendly, pull-thru sites with full hook ups, 30- and 50-amp. Free, no-license-required fishing.
Amenities include: showers; paddleboats; video rental; horseshoe pits; croquet; sand volleyball; badminton; a camp store; propane; and a lake.
Located one mile from I-70. Enjoy the climate- controlled outdoor pool and family pavilion. Camping cabins are available.
This area is an appealing stop for hiking, horseback riding or biking. The seven-mile multi-use trail takes outdoor adventurers over the area's namesake, Little Lost Creek. This partially spring-fed Ozark stream is characterized by clear water and a rocky stream bed. Brilliantly colored Ozark fish species such as bleeding shiners, southern red belly dace and stippled darters, are found in the stream. Woodland wildlife, such as deer, turkey, squirrels, and ruffed grouse are year-round residents. Other sights in this mostly forested area are scattered glades, savannas and fields. Little Lost Creek Conservation Area can be reached from I-70 west of Warrenton by taking either Route B five miles south of Pendleton, or Route EE four miles south of Pendleton.
Rooms are available on an individual basis. Also, the entire house may be reserved; a whole house discount is offered. The innkeepers reside next door.
Guests are provided an expanded continental breakfast. Also provided, if our guests would care to cook, are eggs and ham or sausage. The fully equipped kitchen is stocked with coffee, teas, hot chocolate, and bottled water. A snack tray of cheese, sausage, crackers and cookies is delivered in the afternoon.
The inn is one block from the Augusta Brewing Co.; two blocks from the Katy Trail; within 10 minutes wineries and shops.
Open April thru December.
Located along the Meramec River, this 1,224-acre park offers camping, picnic sites and shelters, hiking trails and river access for boating and fishing. Birds also flock to this park, making it great for bird watchers.
This park offers basic and electric campsites, some of which are reservable. Firewood is available for purchase. Showers, laundry and a dump station are available during the on-season. Located along the Meramec River, the 1,224-acre park offers picnic sites, shelters, trails and river access for boating and fishing. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Relax and enjoy St. Jordan Creek wines. Facilities include: wine tasting; wine-related gifts; Sunday vineyard tours with tastings; a wine club; live music on selected Saturdays in the summer and fall. The tasting room has a mahogany and granite wine-bar, and bistro seating for up to 30. The wine patio seats 100. The winery is available to rent for private parties. Call for details.
Guests are free to bring their own picnic; however, no alcohol of any kind may be brought onto the winery grounds.
All wines are produced on-site and offered exclusively at the winery. There is a wine for every palate, including: dry Norton; port; and sweet fruit wines. Beer, soft drinks, cheese, crackers and other snacks are available.
Located 35 minutes west of St. Louis County on Route 50, between Union and Beaufort.
Get a bird's eye view of St. Jordan Creek Winery on YouTube; just type in St. Jordan Creek Winery or use this link.
This is a public golf club with an 18-hole golf course. The course is a challenging 6,174-yard, par 71 with Bermuda fairways and undulating bent grass greens. The course takes advantage of the natural rural landscape and is enhanced with beautiful landscaping.
The first nine holes are accented with hundreds of mature trees, while the remaining holes have a links flavor. The course, which is home to more than 250 trees, has a 3.5 acre lake that stretches the entire length of the No. 17 fairway.
A fine art gallery with a diverse blend of art from across the nation: paintings; porcelain; ceramics; blown glass; wood; jewelry; prints and functional art. We offer custom framing.
The Valley View Glades Natural Area is part of a large complex of glades in a band two-to-five miles wide and offers some outstanding views. It is a pleasing stop for nature lovers, birdwatchers, plant enthusiasts and photographers. The small intermittent streams, which drain the glades, add diversity to the area. The plants and animals here are similar to what was seen at the time of settlement. The glades are dominated by native grasses. Non-grass species provide good wildlife food and add color to the glades during seasonal peaks of blooming. For such a small area, remarkable examples exist of stream ledges, waterfalls, overhangs, and pools. Many kinds of snakes and lizards as well as larger animals, such as deer and turkey, live on this area. Valley View Glades Natural Area is on Route B between Morse Mill and Hillsboro.
This area provides more than 7,000 acres of natural beauty and outdoor recreation in the heart of scenic Missouri wine county. The rugged Lewis and Clark Trails reward hikers with impressive overlooks to the Missouri River. The 10-mile Lost Valley Trail gives both hikers and cyclists a chance to stretch their legs. The area also offers access to the Katy Trail. All the way, there are plenty of birds and wildlife to see with binoculars and capture with a camera. A boat ramp provides access to the Missouri River and a number of ponds make for other great fishing opportunities. The site is also home to the Weldon Spring Hollow Natural Area. The Natural Area designation identifies a place that exemplifies pristine natural features of Missouri. Weldon Spring Conservation Area is accessible from several parking areas along Route 94, south of Route 40/61.
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