List of Missouri State Parks
Arrow Rock State Historic Site is dotted with architectural treasures from the past. The entire town of Arrow Rock is designated a National Historic Landmark. Arrow Rock State Historic Site is located in Arrow Rock, MO
Babler Memorial State Park Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park is located in Wildwood, MO
Battle of Athens State Historic Site interprets the northernmost Civil War battle fought west of the Mississippi River along with providing recreational opportunities. Battle of Athens State Historic Site is located in Revere, MO
Battle of Carthage State Historic Site encompasses the Carter Spring area, which remains little changed from its 1861 appearance. Battle of Carthage State Historic Site is located in Carthage, MO
Battle of Lexington State Historic Site In addition to tours of the 1853 Anderson House, you may explore the 100 acres of the battlefield preserved at the historic site. Battle of Lexington State Historic Site is located in Lexington, MO
Bennett Spring State Park 100,000,000 gallons of clear water gush from the spring each day. Fishing for rainbow trout is very popular and there are several hiking trails through the trees and to an interesting natural tunnel. Bennett Spring State Park is located in Lebanon, MO
Big Lake State Park this 407-acre park is one of the most popular outdoor recreation areas in the state. The park is located on Missouri's largest oxbow lake. Big Lake State Park is located in Craig, MO
Big Oak Tree State Park 1,029 acre island of trees in a sea of agriculture is known as Big Oak Tree State Park. Trees within the park are unsurpassed in the state for size, with five qualifying as state champions of their species and two registered as national champions. Big Oak Tree State Park is located in East Prairie, MO
Big Sugar Creek State Park preserves a portion of the Elk River Section of Missouri's Ozarks. Featuring many plants and animals that are less common or absent in other areas of Missouri. Big Sugar Creek State Park is located East of Pineville McDonald County.
Bollinger Mill State Historic Site dating to the Civil War period, is a massive four-story stone and brick building where visitors can still observe corn being ground into meal by water power. Three mills that have stood on this site represent more than 200 years of milling history. The Burfordville Covered Bridge standing alongside stretches its 140-foot span across the Whitewater River, which powers the mill. Begun in 1858, it is the oldest of only four remaining covered bridges in Missouri. Bollinger Mill State Historic Site is located in Burfordville, MO
Boone's Lick State Historic Site is a 52-acre site, that features a saltwater spring, the largest salt spring in the area, is in Boone's Lick. The area around this spring was ideal for settlement and for many years "Boone's Lick Country" was a primary destination for pioneers moving west. Sons of famous frontiersman Daniel Boone, formed a partnership with in 1805 to produce salt. Boone's Lick State Historic Site is located Northwest of Boonville in Howard County, MO
Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site, Bothwell Lodge constructed between 1897 and 1928, was built in four sections on top of three natural caves, using native rock from the estate grounds. The 12,000-square-foot lodge is an example of the Arts and Crafts style of architecture of the early 20th century. Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site is located in Sedalia, MO.
Castlewood State Park preserves the history of the former resort. The park stretches for nearly five miles, nature lovers enjoy several hiking trails ranging from mild to moderate trails. Castlewood State Park in located in Ballwin MO.
Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site offers a stunning view, high above the Missouri and Osage rivers. Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site is located in Osage City, MO
Confederate Memorial State Historic Site commerates the Confederate Home that provided refuge to more than 1,600 veterans and their families for nearly 60 years. You can stroll through a restored 106-year-old chapel, historic cemetery and other historic buildings. Confederate Memorial State Historic Site is located in Higginsville, MO
Crowder State Park has 1,912 acres with18-acre Crowder Lake in the center of the park. Crowder State Park is popular for boating and fishing. Crowder State Park is located near Trenton, MO
Cuivre River State Park hiking, backpacking, photography, wildlife observation activities and horseback riding trails make this a popular park for visitors to enjoy. Within this park is Big Sugar Creek, one of the finest undisturbed streams left in northeastern Missouri. Cuivre River State Park, one of the state痴 largest and most rugged parks located near Troy, MO
Deutschheim State Historic Site captures the culture and heritage of the German people who migrated to Missouri in the 19th century. German Americana are represented by galleries of changing artifacts and photographs. Deutschheim State Historic Site is located in Hermann, MO
Elephant Rocks State Park you can view giant granite rocks standing end-to-end like a train of circus elephants, one of the largest elephant rocks, Dumbo, tops the scales at a 680 tons! Elephant Rocks State Park is located in Graniteville, MO
Graham Cave State Park The University of Missouri archaeologists uncovered artifacts revealing human use of the cave dating back to as early as 10,000 years ago. Graham Cave State Park is located in Montgomery City, MO
Grand Gulf State Park is often referred to as Missouri's "Little Grand Canyon," Grand Gulf State Park, a 322-acre park presents the most spectacular collapsed cave system in the Ozarks. Part of the cave's roof forms one of the largest natural bridges in the state, spanning 200 feet with an opening 75 feet high and 50 feet wide. Trails, boardwalks and overlooks have been installed so that visitors can get a view from the edge of the cliffs. Grand Gulf State Park is located in Thayer, MO.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park has sinkholes, caves, a huge natural bridge, bluffs, Missouri's twelfth largest spring, and the famous castle ruins, all the making of a unique state park. The empty shell of a great mansion overlooks Ha Ha Tonka Spring and Lake of the Ozarks from atop a 250-foot bluff. Ha Ha Tonka State Park is located in Camdenton, MO
Hawn State Park is a 4,953-acre park, that preserves some of the finest areas for viewing a wide variety of natural wonders, and the most scenic backcountry trails in Missouri. Hawn State Park is located in Ste. Genevieve, MO
Jones-Confluence Point State Park is where you can view the Great Missouri (Big Muddy) and Mighty Mississippi merge into one, at Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones - Confluence Point State Park. Excellent place for bird watching, millions of birds migrate along the Mississippi River. Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones-Confluence Point State Park is located near West Alton, MO
Knob Noster State Park has 3,934 acres lying along both sides of a meandering creek. Several small lakes in the park cater to the fisherman. Knob Noster State Park is located in Knob Noster, MO
Lake of the Ozarks State Park is an undeveloped cove, hidden along the shorelines of one of Missouri's largest lakes, Lake of the Ozarks. There are 12 trails for hikers, backpackers, horseback riders and bicyclists, and the park offers guided tours of the Ozark Caverns, best known for a formation of stalactites and waterfalls known as "Angels' Showers." Lake of the Ozarks State Park is located near Kaiser, MO
Lake Wappapello State Park features both Lake Wappapello, popular with fishermen for white bass, crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass and catfish. And the Ozark forest with miles of hiking, backpacking, horseback riding and all-terrain bicycle trails are makings for a great state park. Lake Wappapello State Park is located near Williamsville, MO
Lewis and Clark State Park features the Lewis and Clark Lake. Lewis and Clark State Park borders this lake and is dedicated to these early explorers who opened the door to westward expansion. Lewis and Clark State Park is located near Rushville, MO
Long Branch State Park on the banks of Long Branch Lake, is an ideal recreation destination for water enthusiasts as well as nature lovers. Long Branch State Park is located in Macon, MO
Meramec State Park has 6,896-acres, withbluffs, caves and forests. Meramec State Park is one of my favorite state parks. There are more than 40 caves in the park, and you can go on a guided tour of Fisher Cave. Meramec State Park's visitor center offers a mix of educational exhibits including large aquariums that display the amazing variety of aquatic life found in the river. Meramec State Park is located near Sullivan, MO
Missouri Mines State Historic Site The 19,000 square-foot mine-mill powerhouse has been developed into a large museum that interprets mining history and displays old mining machinery and an outstanding mineral collection. Missouri Mines State Historic Site is located in Park Hills, MO
Montauk State Park, Trout fishing and Trout fishing! This is the place. Montauk State Park is at the headwaters of the famed Current River. Montauk State Park is located near Salem, MO
Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site This 1837 log house was the home of Col. Nathan Boone, son of Daniel Boone. Nathan and Olive are buried in the nearby family cemetery. Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site is located near Ash Grove, MO
Onondaga Cave State Park you can take advantage of a unique opportunity to tour both Onondaga and Cathedral caves. Onondaga Cave State Park is located in Leasburg, MO.
Route 66 State Park on the former site of the town of Times Beach near Eureka, Missouri
Sam A. Baker State Park in the Saint Francois Mountains and Big Creek area, has miles of hiking trails, backpacking and horseback riding trails with a separate equestrian camp. This park provides glimpses of the area as the early settlers found it. Sam A. Baker State Park is located in Patterson Missouri.
Sandy Creek Covered Bridge State Historic Site has one of the remaining historic covered bridges in Missouri, this bridge spans the Sandy Creek near the town of Hillsboro.
St. Joe State Park is a popular premier Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) area, with approximately 2,000 acres set aside for off-road vehicle (ORV) riding. St. Joe State Park has miles of hiking and bicycling trails, and horseback riding trails. St. Joe State Park is located NEAR Park Hills, MO
Taum Sauk Mountain State Park has 7,448 acres and Missouri's highest point, rising to 1,772 feet. At Taum Sauk Mountain State Park you can enjoy hiking, backpacking, and bird watching. Taum Sauk Mountain State Park is located Southwest of Ironton, MO
Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio State Historic Site preserves the house and studio of Missouri artist Thomas Hart Benton, who was a renowned painter, sculptor, lecturer and writer, Tours are provided that show the house and studio as he left it when he passed away in 1975. Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio State Historic Site is located in Kansas City, Missouri
Trail of Tears State Park this 3,415-acre park is a memorial to the Cherokee Indians. Trail of Tears State Park is located in Cape Girardeau, MO.
Washington State Park has Indian rock carvings. These carvings, or petroglyphs, are believed to have been made around A.D. 1,000 and give clues to the lives of the prehistoric Indians who once inhabited this part of Missouri. Washington State Park retains many of its original buildings constructed in a rustic architectural style in the 1930s by African-American Civilian Conservation Corps stonemasons. This State Park is also popular for fishing a portion of the Big River. Washington State Park is located near De Soto, MO
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