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Fort Waynesville Marker

Historical marker, marking where Fort Waynesville was located. The fort, built on a bluff in 1862 provided protection to the Union Army during the civil war. Beautiful scenic view over looks the valley of Waynesville to Interstate I-44 between mile markers 159 and 157

Waynesville, MO Historical Markers

Roubidoux Spring at Laughlin Park

Large spring. Fishing, picnic tables, swimming. Great trout fishing! To dive, check in and out with Sheriff'

Waynesville, MO Recreation


Cardin's Lake

Stocked fishing lake. Fishing license needed.

Dixon, MO Recreation



Country View Acres Canoe Rental and Campground

Canoe, raft and tube rental, hunting, camping, swimming, hiking. Float either the Gasconade or Big Piney Rivers, boat ramp available. Shuttle service.

Dixon, MO RV Parks

Warnol Valley Lakes

Fine stocked fishing lakes. Fun for all! No license needed. No limit. Charge for poundage.

Dixon, MO Recreation

Stone Mill Trout Spring and Stream

Beautiful trout area. Missouri and FLW fishing license and trout stamp needed.

Fort Leonard Wood, MO Recreation

Onyx Mountain Caverns

Beautiful Onyx formations, huge dripstone formations, guided tours, woodland Indian cultural information, underground river, gift shop and rock shop. On the National Register of Historic Places

St. Robert, MO Natural Attractions

Clifty Natural Bridge

Follow Hwy W 3.8 miles and park at the Conservation Dept. Sign on the left. Hike down to the creekbed and watch for the bridge on the left. About one hour walk over rough rocks to bridge. You must cross the creek several times. Do not wear sandals!

Dixon, MO Natural Attractions

Old Stagecoach Stop

Restored oldest building in Pulaski County, Civil War exhibit, tours, on National Register of Historic Places

Waynesville, MO Pioneer Life

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