Expert Travel Advice to Missouri

Top Answers To Missouri Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Branson is on the doorstep of the Ozarks and the scenic forests and lakes of Mark Twain National Forest. So certainly, any number of outdoor options in the area like camping, canoeing, and fishing are on offer. Over the MO-AR state line, you might also look at a river trip along the scenic course of Arkansas' Buffalo National River. More info at: http://gorptravel.away.com/gorptravel/rafting-guide/arkansas/buffalo-river.html
  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you are traveling on HWY 44, there are quite a few points of interest along the way to Brandson. The roadside attractions from OKC to Tulsa appear to be sparse, but once you reach Tulsa there are a few excellent options. The Gilcrease Museum is known for its expansive history of the West and American Indian culture. The Tulsa Zoo and the Tulsa Air and Space Museum would also make for an interesting day trip with the grandchildren. Two hours east of Tulsa is the town of Joplin, home of Grand Falls, which is the largest natural waterfall in Missouri. The children might also enjoy the Reptile World Zoo located fifteen minutes outside of downtown Joplin. When you reach Springfield, the Fantastic Caverns should spellbind the family. It is America's only drive-thru cave. Crystal Cave is another site just five miles north of Springfield. Thirty minutes east of Springfield on HWY 44 is the town of Strafford where you can find the Wild Animal Safari. Have a wonderful trip!
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    Anonymous user answered:
    The closest golf course is Putt A Round Miniature Golf, in Lake St. Louis about 20 miles east of Warrenton. Putting Edge Fun Center is located a bit further, in Hazelwood.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Perhaps the Arabia Steamboat Museum? http://www.visitkc.com/member-details/index.aspx?id=28981

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