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Area Wineries
Buffalo Creek Winery
28888 Riverview Road
Stover, Missouri 65078
(573) 377-4535
http://buffalocreekwinery.com/
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Open seasonally.  Buffalo Creek is a family owned and operated winery dedicated to producing quality wines from the highest quality fruit.
Eichenberg Winery
103 North Olive
Cole Camp, Missouri 65301
(660) 668-3511
http://www.eichenbergwinery.com
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Stop by the winery in beautiful downtown Cole Camp, sit in the gardens, or under the shelter, enjoy wines along with a snack tray, then take a stroll and discover the joys of a small town. Several gift shops and antique shops dot the area within walking distance.

Les Bourgeois Vineyards, Inc.
I-70 & Highway BB
Rocheport, Missouri 65279
(573) 698-2133
http://www.missouriwine.com
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Montserrat Vineyards
104 NE 641
Knob Noster, Missouri 65301
(660) 747-9463
http://www.montserratvineyards.com
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Wildlife Ridge Winery
Intersection Rout V & M
Sedalia, Missouri 65078
(660) 343-5493
(660) 287-4617
http://www.wildliferidgewinery
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Located 14 miles South of Sedalia, Missouri in Pettis County at the intersection of State Routes V & M in the little town of Bahner.  Kevin & Kristy Long invite you to visit Wildlife Ridge Winery & enjoy their vast array of delicious wines, straight from the vinesof ripe Missouri grapes. These wines are bottled right here in Missouri & are ready for you to enjoy beside our 3.5 acre lake, or for you to take home & enjoy at your dinner party.  Call us to plan your next party.
Boonville, Missouri
Boonville, Missouri
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(660) 882-2721
http://www.GoBoonville.com
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Fourty-two miles northeast of Sedalia is Boonville.  Festivals, parades, and nearly 500 buildings and sites on the National Register of Historic Places make Boonville an ideal get-a-way. A wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, events, places to shop, dine and lodge offer an experience that brings you back.
Hail Ridge Golf Course
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(660) 882-2223

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Enjoy a round of golf at one of the premier 18-hole golf courses in Mid-Missouri.
Hain House
Fourth and Chestnut Streets
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(660) 882-7977
http://www.friendsofhistoricboonville.org
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Built in 1836 by Swiss immigrant, George Hain, as a symbol of the American dream.

Isle of Capri
100 Isle of Capri Blvd.
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(800) 941-4753

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Exciting slots and table games, delicious dining, and much more.

Old Cooper County Jail and Hanging Barn
614 East Morgan Street
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(660) 882-7977

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Until its closing in 1978 it was the oldest continuously used County Jail in Missouri. The original structure was completed in 1848 for $6,091.50.

Thespian Hall
522 Main Street
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(660) 882-7977
http://www.friendsofhistoricboonville.org
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For more than 150 years Thespian hall has captured the vision, the imagination and the essence of the community in which it is built.

Warm Springs Ranch
Boonville, Missouri 65233
(888) 972-5933
http://www.warmspringsranch.com
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Guided tours take guests through the world headquarters for the Budweiser Clydesdale breeding operation.  This state-of-the-art facility features 300-plus acres of land and more then 100 Clydesdales.
Clinton, Missouri
Clinton, Missouri
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 885-2123
http://www.clintonmo.com
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Fourty- four miles southwest of Sedalia is Clinton.  The locals boast of having the largest town square in Missouri, and the 4th largest in the US.  Around the square motorist park their cars on both sides and in the middle of the road.

Clinton Country Club
225 NE 100th Rd
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 885-2521

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18-hole regulation length par 72 public golf course.
Clinton Katy Depot
200 S. Main
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 885-8166

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Built in 1870 as a station of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas rail line, the depot was moved to the square in 1979. The depot houses the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce office, a tourist information center, and a small gift shop. 
Cooper Creek Off-Road Vehicle Area
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 438-7317
http://www.nwk.usace.army.mil/ht/
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400 acres for dirt bikes, ATV's and dune buggies operated by the U.S. Army Crops of Engineers.
Henry County Museum and Cultural Arts Center
203 W. Franklin
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 885-8414

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The museum complex includes a restored Anheuser-Busch distribution center, an adjacent annex with a village from the early 1900s and a dogtrot log house. This is not an ordinary museum!
Meadow Lake Golf Course
1000 Watson Pkwy
Clinton, Missouri 64735
(660) 885-5124
http://www.meadowlakecc.com
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18-hole regulation length par 71 public golf course. This short layout has 3 sets of teeboxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience.
Truman Lake
Clinton, Missouri 64735

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Truman is the largest flood control lake in Missouri (covers 56,000 acres) and has a national reputation for crappie and bass fishing. Nearby public use areas include Sparrow foot and Bucksaw, both of which include a boat launch, campground, beach, dock and playground. Bucksaw also has a marina.
Cole Camp, Missouri
Cole Camp, Missouri
Sedalia, Missouri 65325
(660) 668-2295
http://www.colecampmissouri.com
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South of Sedalia on Highway 65 seventeen miles then East on MO-52 four miles is Cole Camp.  Cole Camp is located along what was once known as The Military Road. It was the site of one of the first battles of the Civil War. The town has a strong German heritage that is still celebrated today with German festivals and heritage events year round.

Cole Camp Museum
108 South Maple Street
Sedalia, Missouri 65325
(660) 668-3037
http://www.colecampmo.com/org/museum
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All exhibits contain artifacts from the area showing its growth and development. It provides a walk through history beginning with the earth history of the area and leading to a large display of Indian artifacts from the tribes that inhabited the area before the coming of the white man.

Triple Creek Golf Course
Cole Camp, Missouri 65325
(660) 287-3193

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Triple Creek is a unique 9-hole golf course with 18 different tee boxes.  If you are a golfer, you must play this one!

Knob Noster, Missouri
Knob Noster, Missouri
Knob Noster, Missouri 65336
(660) 563-2595
http://www.knobnostergov.com
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Nineteen miles west of Sedalia is Knob Noster and Whiteman Air Force Base.
Knob Noster State Park
873 SE 10
Knob Noster, Missouri 65336
(660) 563-2463
http://mostateparks.com/knobnoster.htm
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Photo courtesy MO Dept. of Natural Resources.  An ideal spot for relaxing and forgetting the cares of the world - even if just for a few hours. The park is an interesting mixture of prairie, savanna and forest, with 3,934 acres lying along both sides of a meandering creek.

Royal Oaks Golf Course
Hwy 23
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri 65305
(660) 687-5572
http://www.whitemanservices.com/index.cfm?section=Recreation&page=royaloaks&pagetitle=Royal+Oaks+Golf+Course
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Royal Oaks Golf Course is owned and operated by the United States Air Force and is located 1/2 block from the Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. This beautiful 18 hole course features over 300 acres of rolling hills and wildlife filled wooded areas.

Whiteman Air Force Base
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri 65305
(660) 687-6121
http://www.whiteman.af.mil
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Photo courtesy U.S. Air Force.  Periodical Air Shows and public tours off a unique opportunity to see the home of the B-2 Stealth Bomber.

Marshall, Missouri
Marshall, Missouri
Marshall, Missouri 65340
(660) 886-3324
http://www.visitmarshallmo.com
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Twenty-nine miles north of Sedalia is Marshall.  With so much to do and see, you'll want to make several trips to see each season and experience each unique event in Marshall.
Jim the Wonder Dog Park
102 N Lafayette
Marshall, Missouri 65340
(660) 886-8300
http://www.jimthewonderdog.org
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Photo courtesy of Marshall Chamber of Commerce.  Visit the beautiful garden that commemorates  Marshall’s famous canine legend. Informative storyboards tell Jim the Wonder Dog’s story while you stroll this peaceful botanical park and water garden accented by a brick wall and bronze statue of Jim.

Martin Community Center and Nicholas Beazley Aviation Museum
Marshall, Missouri 65340
(660) 886-2630
http://www.nicholasbeazley.org
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Photo courtesy of Marshall Chamber of Commerce.  Two visions merged into one -- a single facility to incorporate a modern state-of-the-art, multi-purpose community center and an educational and historical aviation museum that preserves the unique and heralded exploits of Marshall's aviation pioneers.
Rocheport, Missouri
Rocheport, Missouri
Rocheport, Missouri 65279
http://www.rocheport.com
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Fifty-four miles northeast of Sedalia is Rocheport.  Rocheport is a beacon of tranquility, drawing visitors to the world-class bed and breakfasts, splendid dining, quaint antique shops, galleries and artisans, a museum, an award-winning winery, and the scenic Katy Trail — all amidst our beautiful hills and bluffs.
Friends of Rocheport Historical Museum
First and Moniteau Streets
Rocheport, Missouri 65336
http://www.rocheport.com
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Museum exhibits include historical documents and artifacts from earlier eras.

Mighty Mo Canoe Guides
205 Central Street
Rocheport, Missouri 65336
(573) 698-3903
http://www.mighty-mo.com
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Guided canoe and kayak afternoon floats.  Come paddle the Missouri River through its most picturesque Mid Missouri scenery.

Tipton, Missouri
Tipton, Missouri
Tipton, Missouri 65081

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Twenty-six miles east of Sedalia is Tipton.  Tipton is situated in the very heart of the United States and rich in history, agriculture and industrial development.  Tipton typifies the spirit that has made our country great.   Tipton is proud of its heritage, its present, and looks forward to its future as it continue to be a friendly place to live and work.
Price James Library and Museum
104 East Morgan
Tipton, Missouri 65081
(660) 433-5622
http://www.tiptonmo.com/other/placestosee.htm
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The construction of the building came about in a strange way. W.H. Coleman, who had purchased the lot in 1891, had a very serious illness. The medicine that the doctor gave him caused him to turn blue. He sued the doctor and the company that made the medicine for $10,000 and with this money he built the attractive two-story mansion. The home was left to the City of Tipton by Olive J. Ashburst; and in 1981, the library, named after her father, was opened to the public.
The Maclay Home
209 W. Howard
Tipton, Missouri 65081
(660) 433-2068
http://www.tiptonmo.com/maclay.htm
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The Maclay Home is one of the oldest structures still standing in the Mid-Missouri area. Built in 1858 as a young ladies seminary, it was closed with the advent of the Civil War.  This three story, 17 room brick home was a permanent residence until about 1920.
Versailles, Missouri
Versailles, Missouri
Versailles, Missouri 65084
(573) 378-4401
http://www.versailleschamber.com
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Thirty-six miles southeast of Sedalia is Versailles (pronounced "Ver-sails").  Versailles serves as the gateway to the Lake of the Ozarks resort area, a unique place where the agricultural prairies meet the Ozark Hills.
Jacob's Cave
23114 Highway TT
Versailles, Missouri 65084
(573) 378-4374
http://www.jacobscave.com
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Jacob's Cave was the first commercialized cave in the Lake of the Ozarks area and was opened for tourists in 1932.  Jacob's Cave is famous for it's depth illusion, reflective pools, ceiling sponge-work, prehistoric bones, (mastodon, bear, and peccary), and the world's largest geode.

Morgan County Historical Museum
120 N Monroe
Versailles, Missouri 65084
(573) 378-5530
http://www.morgancohistory.org
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Take a walk back in time and through Morgan County's fascinating history.

Warrensburg, Missouri
Warrensburg, Missouri
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
(660) 747-3168
(877) 653-3786
http://www.visitwarrensburg.org
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Thirty miles west of Sedalia is Warrensburg.  Warrensburg offers a unique blend of small-town friendliness and big-city culture. 

 

 

Johnson County Historic Complex
302 N. Main Street
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
(660) 747-6480
http://www.visitwarrensburg.org/Custom2.asp?pageid=3496
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Featuring the Johnson County Courthouse, the Mary Miller Smiser Heritage Library, the Culp Building, and a one-room school house.

Keth Memorial Golf Course
In Pertle Springs, off Hale Lake Road
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
(660) 543-4182
http://www.visitwarrensburg.org/Custom2.asp?pageid=3494
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Pertle Springs at the University of Central Missouri is home to this 18-hole public golf course.

McClure Archives and University of Central Missouri Museum
601 S. Missouri
James C. Kirkpatrick Library, Room 1470
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
(660) 543-4649
http://www.ucmo.edu/hist-anth/archives/
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This museum, located in the James C. Kirkpatrick Library, offers a variety of exhibits focusing on the history of the University of Central Missouri.  Collections and artifacts spanning the globe from the Nance Middle East collection and Guatemalan textiles are displayed.
University of Central Missouri Gallery of Art & Design
217 Clark Street
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
(660) 543-4498
http://www.ucmo.edu/gallery/information.cfm
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University of Central Missouri Gallery of Art & Design offers exhibitions of art and design, multidisciplinary learning experiences, and community focused outreach.  Artwork by outside artists as well as exhibition spaces filled with University of Central Missouri student works.

Warsaw, Missouri
Warsaw, Missouri
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(800) 927-7294
http://www.welcometowarsaw.com
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Thirty-two miles southwest of Sedalia is Warsaw.  Explore the heart of Truman Lake and the Lake of the Ozarks in the Warsaw area.  Whether you like indoor or outdoor activities, shopping, or relaxing -- Warsaw has it all!
Drake Harbor
Warsaw, Missouri 65355

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Downtown Warsaw is an antique and specialty shopper's delight. Located just off the downtown area of Warsaw, the harbor is a wonderful place to take a walk and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings. With public docks and boat launches, it is the perfect place to catch a fish or start your boating day on the Upper Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks.
Ed Elmore Cabin
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-2216
http://www.nwk.usace.army.mil/ht/LogCabin.cfm
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It is located at the Harry S. Truman Visitor's Center. Mr. Elmore worked for the Corp. of Engineers and wanted to make sure the history was handed down for generations to come, thus Heritage Days were born.
Hooper House
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-2216

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The house was moved from a farm that is now covered by Truman Lake. The Corp of Engineers reconstructed the home and it is now on display just below the Visitor's Center.
Joe Dice Swinging Bridge
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
http://www.welcometowarsaw.com/index.aspx?NID=89
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Located on 7 highway on the east edge of town. The bridge spans the beautiful Osage River and is irresistible for a leisurely walk across.

Lost Valley Fish Hatchery
28232 Hatchery Ave
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-4465
http://mdc.mo.gov/regions/kansas-city/lost-valley-hatchery
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A state-of-the-art facility producing fish (all varieties) for many MIdwest waterways and lakes and is one of the largest of its kind. A wonderful aquarium offers visitors a chance to enjoy and learn more about Missouri's aquatic life!
Shawnee Bend Golf Course
29353 Golf Road
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-6115
http://www.welcometowarsaw.com/index.aspx?nid=35
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A major area attraction, Shawnee Bend boasts challenges that cannot compare with other courses. The beautiful view of Truman Lake and Visitors Center from various fairways and greens are distracting enough to add strokes to any game.
Truman Lake Mountain Bike Park
28565 Benton House Avenue
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-2312
http://www.welcometowarsaw.com/bikepark
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Offering beautiful trails, scenic views, designed for riders of all ages and skill. The park offers scenic downhills, challenging climbs and sweet single track.
Truman Regional Visitors Center
15968 Truman Road
Warsaw, Missouri 65355
(660) 438-7317

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The Visitor's center sits high up on Kaysinger Bluff overlooking the dam. The view from the huge glass front is nothing short of breathtaking! The center is also host to some of Benton County's richest history including replica's of ancient mastodon bones found in a dig South of Warsaw before the reservoir was filled.
Twin Lakes Area
Warsaw, Missouri 65355

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Warsaw sits directly on the Upper Osage Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. This is the "Quiet End" -don't expect the rat race you might find in other places. Truman Dam Reservoir is a water sports paradise. There is plenty of open water for your boating and skiing pleasure and beautiful sandy beaches to enjoy the summer sun!

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