Missouri Natural Attractions

  • Truitt's Cave

    Show cave, wedding chapel, restaurant of yesteryear. Featured in Ripley's Belive It or Not!

  • Neosho National Fish Hatchery

    Neosho National Fish Hatchery

    Established in 1888, the Neosho National Fish Hatchery is the oldest of 65 hatcheries operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It is one of the few fish hatcheries located inside the "

  • Clay County Parks - Tryst Falls

    Clay County Parks - Tryst Falls

    Tryst Falls is the area'

  • Truitt's Cave

    Truitt's Cave is featured in "Ripley's Believe It or Not."

  • Boone's Lick State Historic Site

    Salt was made at Boone's Lick Spring as early as 1805

  • Frog Rock

    It's a photo op!

  • Jacob's Cave

    Largest cave in the lake area. Half-mile of beautiful formations, massive columns, delicate soda straws, stalactite, stalagmite, famous depth-illusion pools and world'

  • 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<

  • Ozark Caverns

    Three types of tours: traditional tour, children'

  • Clifty Natural Bridge

    Follow Hwy W 3.8

  • Miller Trail and Cave

    Short but very steep trail. Wonderful valley view from the huge mouth of the cave.

  • Mina Sauk Falls

    Highest and tallest waterfall in Missouri. Rain runoff flows down 132

  • Blue Springs

    8th Largest Spring in Missouri. Deepest blue color of any spring known. A short hiking trail winds next to Current River to take you to the spring. Pack a lunch &

  • Round Spring Cavern

    Lantern tours of this beautiful cavern are at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily. Tours are limited to 15

  • Onondaga Cave

    Tours are given of this spectacular show cave, which is a National Natural Landmark

  • Onyx Mountain Caverns

    Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Beautiful Onyx formations, guided tours, woodland Indian cultural information, underground river. Stop by the Pulaski County Visitors'

  • Meramec Caverns

    Missouri Buried Treasure, Meramec Valley lies a complex of mineral formations and color as rare and unique as they are beautiful.

  • Fisher Cave

    Fisher Cave features a variety of outstanding cave scenes, including columns of calcite deposits up to 30

  • Mississippi River Observation Deck

    Stroll down the 120 foot observation deck and view the one of a kind 20 mile long "Bessie Bend"