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Kansas City

Lake of the Ozarks

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St. Louis

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Missouri State Division of Tourism - State Tourist Information Site.
Calendar of Events
Arrow Rock
"Escape the 20th century. Nestled on a bluff along the Missouri River, Arrow Rock is untouched by time. Arrow Rock invites you to enrich the present by visiting the past."
Calendar of events.
Branson
Calendar of events and
Show guide.
Branson Connection
BransonNet
Calendar of events.

Cape Girardeau
"Our Site is currently UNDER CONSTRUCTION" August 13, 1997
Clay County Tourism
"Whether you're planning a family vacation, weekend or just a great day trip, Clay County is a great get-a-way bargain! Camping to casinos, fishing to festivals, jazz to Jesse, our attractions, historic sites, lakes, camping and golf are certain to please the most finicky members of your family!"
Calendar of events.
Hannibal
" Hannibal has been a thriving small town ever since the days of trapping and trading furs. Whether it is commerce on the river, an annual festival, or even just day to day life, there is always something exciting happening. Hannibal is also historically rich from and before the time of its most famous author, Mark Twain."
Calendar of events.
Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Kansas City online magazine.
" the "Heart of America." We invite you to partake in all that our beautiful city has to offer - world class attractions and performing arts, superb dining, outstanding sports and unique entertainment facilities.
The great sights and sounds that are uniquely Kansas City make for an unforgettable experience. And our people are some of the friendliest you'll encounter anywhere. The local hospitality community is committed to providing outstanding service and to making your stay the best it can be.
There is an excitement building in all corners of the city. From the recently expanded H. Roe Bartle Hall Convention Center to our sensational new Zoo, Kansas City is on the move, developing outstanding new attractions."
Canendar of events through their homepage.
Kirksville
"Nestled in the gentle rolling hills of Northeast Missouri, Kirksville shines in the quality of life offered to its residents.
The Kirksville area offers numerous lakes and state parks with great hunting and fishing to challenge nature lovers of all types. As a regional and state leader, Kirksville offers the best to both the body and the mind. A well-rounded, family-oriented community awaits you here."
Calendar of events.
Lake of the Ozarks
including Camdenton, Lake West, Versailles, Eldon, Lake Area.
"When it comes to vacations, no one has our background. Expansive forests and rolling hills, enhanced by dramatic bluffs, surround the more than 1150 miles of meandering shoreline of the Lake of the Ozarks. 175 miles from St. Louis and 165 miles from Kansas City, the Lake is the northern gateway to the Ozarks."
Then in winter "The eagles come in November to nest here for the winter. The countryside takes on a peaceful nature this time of year. Then we light it up with over a million Christmas bulbs for the holidays, creating a festive atmosphere for the holiday concerts, children's activities, dining, dancing and celebrations for the New Year. In the quiet, renewing January and February months, the Lake seems to rest and the stillness is soothing...a romantic getaway...the warmth of a cozy fire...candle lit dinners. "
Calendar of events.
Lake of the Ozarks
"Welcome to Central Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks, located approximately 180 miles from St. Louis, MO, 170 miles from Kansas City, or 90 miles from Springfield, MO or 140 miles from Branson, MO. (Mileage estimated from Bagnell Dam.) "
Calendar of events.
Lake Ozark
" The Strip as it is locally referred to, is a big tourist attraction! It is a series of arcades, novelty stores, shops, bars, and restaurants. "

Maryville
"Maryville has many opportunities for recreation with the recent completion of the Mozingo Lake Recreational Facility. Boating, swimming, hiking, fishing, picnicking and camping can be enjoyed at our 3,000 acre park. Surrounding a portion of the 1,000 acre lake is the 18-hole Mozingo Lake Golf Course, nominated as one of the five best new public courses for 1996. "
No calendar of events.
Noel
"The Christmas City and Canoe Capital of the Ozarks"
Calendar of events.
Ozark Chamber of Commerce
Nice music.
Calendar of events through their homepage.
Rolla
Calendar of events.
Salem
"Gateway to the Ozark Scenic Riverways"
Calendar of events.
Sedalia
"From the moment you first step into our city, you'll feel the rich history of our heritage. Founded in 1860, Sedalia began as a rough frontier town in the new west. When the Pacific Railroad arrived a year later. Sedalia boomed as it began its evolution into the Queen City of the Prairies."
Calendar of events.
Springfield
"Amidst the gentle mountains, lush forest, deep blue lakes and swift streams of the Ozarks sits Missouri's third largest city. Springfield defines the "best of both worlds." Here, city style meets country charm. Downtown vitality meets down home hospitality. And a booming business community shake hands with a vacation boom town, Branson, Missouri. Springfield is the city that feels right at home in the country."
Calendar of events.
St. Charles
The oldest city on the Missouri River.
Calendar of events.
Greater St. Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau
Calendar of events.
St. Charles
Calendar of events.
St. Joseph
"Located on scenic river bluffs, St. Joseph, Missouri, is a great American city with a fascinating heritage and an eye on the future. Born of the fur trade, nurtured by the "Westward Expansion" and brimming with a spirit of adventure, St. Jo is a city you will never forget. "
Calendar of events through their homepage.
St. Louis
listed among the top seven most livable metropolitan areas in the United States by Rand McNally.
"St. Louis Sights include Casinos & Horse Racing, Cruises & Tours, Galleries, Historic Homes, Museums, Nightlife, Performing Arts & Theatre, Parks, Recreation, Shopping, Sports & Sports Teams"
Calendar of events.
St. Louis Homepage
St. Louis directory
List of area calendars.
Sullivan
Calendar of events.

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