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  • Ozark Village Souvenirs

    Ozark Village Souvenirs

    Ozark Village is one of the most complete gift and souvenir shops in the area with steer horns, moccasins, fireworks, postcards, and so much more ... all under the same roof! There's something for ...
    Ozark Village Souvenirs

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Gilbert H. Wild and Son Nursery

Established in 1885, this retail facility provides a lovely experience to tour peony, day-lily, and iris fields when in bloom. A large mail-order business keeps the Gilbert H. Wild name prominent in the nursery field.

The Sarcoxie Nursery was started in 1875

Sarcoxie, MO

Historic Town Square

In the "heart of town," you will find the Square, where Sarcoxie's retail area began. Still a congregating place, the centerpiece of the Square is the gazebo built in 1831 and park where monuments commemorate the town's proud past. Rich in Civil War history;

Sarcoxie, MO

Gene Taylor Library and Museum

At the northeast corner of the Square is a replica of an office used by Congressman Gene Taylor during this 16-year tenure in Washington, DC. This building houses mementos of Mr. Taylor's years in public service. History on the Wild Peony fields, as well as other various memorabilia on Sarcoxie'

Sarcoxie, MO Museums

Ozark Village Souvenirs

Ozark Village is one of the most complete gift and souvenir shops in the area with steer horns, moccasins, fireworks, postcards, and so much more ... all under the same roof! There's something for everyone! Gasoline is also available.

Sarcoxie, MO Souvenirs

Center Creek Golf Course

A nine-hole, public golf course at the Center Creek Recreation and Golf Club offers year round activity. Green fees are very reasonable. Rental carts are available.

Sarcoxie, MO Recreation

Things to do near Sarcoxie, MO

Monett Municipal Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Modoc Tribe Cemetery

The original Modoc Tribal Members came to Oklahoma in November of 1873 as prisoners of war. The only original alloted land...