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Trail of Tears State Park


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This park includes a portion of the Trail of Tears used by the Cherokee Indians in their forced march from Tennesse to Oklahoma. Exhibits in the visitor center highlight the march. The park also offers camping, hiking, water recreation, picnicking and scenic views of the Mississippi River.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Year-round
Address: I-55 on Mo. 177
Phone: 573-334-1711
Our Website:www.mostateparks.com

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