Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site

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Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site A turn-of-the-century "Castle on the Hill." Bothwell Lodge represents early 20th-century living and arts and crafts architecture. This castlelike building was constructed between 1897 and 1928 for a prominent Sedalia lawyer, John Homer Bothwell.

Stonyridge Trail meanders along the wooded slope surrounding the lodge past a stone gazebo and a small three-sided stone shelter. The 247-acre site also features a three-mile hiking and bicycling trail and a picnic area, which offers picnic tables, playground equipment and a reservable pavilion.

Admission: Free - $2
Hours: Open April-October
Address: 19349 Bothwell Park Rd.
Phone: 660-827-0510

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