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:
    You need to buy a MO. fishing license with a trout license or trout stamp, The best place to go trout fishing in MO. is Bennett Springs by Lebenon MO. You might get by fishing with just a trout stamp there but its been awhile since iv'e been there, just be the first ones out there when the whistle blows at 5a.m. for the best chance at filling your stringer of 5 per day and maybe a 5-9 pounder. Unfortunately out of state fishermen have a bigger bill to pay for a license, I believe 24 dollars, even us in MO pay 14 now and 5 years ago it was 6 dollars, Good luck and you will definately enjoy MO.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Sounds fun! beyond the b-ball, St. Louis obviously has plenty of attractions to keep families busy for several days, if not longer. Highlights include Gateway Arch, St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, and the City Museum. I'd also look west toward the great outdoor recreation in the Lake of the Ozarks region, as well as south in Mark Twain National Forest. Some highlights for outdoorsy things to do with the fam around Mark Twain NF on Away.com's sister site GORP.com at: http://bit.ly/9A3eMS
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are many fun things for your whole family to enjoy in Sikeston. Beggs Pumpkin Patch offers many fun activites for the whole family! You and your family can enjoy hayrides, playing with animals, watching pigs race, picking your very own pumpkins and even launching them using the farm's pumpkin launcher! They also have a large corn maze to get lost in! Your family may also enjoy watching races at SEMO Raceway or bowling at the Sikeston Bowling Center & Pro Shop, which includes 16 bowling lanes, a large game room and a cafe.

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