◈ Days on the Road ◈
On our final day in Missouri, we plan to explore a park with remarkable rock formations, delve deeper into the geological wonders of the region, ascend to the state’s highest peak, and make our way to the spectacular, one-of-a-kind pink Shut-Ins, making it an unforgettable farewell to this state.
We found a herd of wild horses, visited the deepest blue spring in all of Missouri and then headed on to see the unique “Shut-Ins”.
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park is 10,000 acres of natural beauty with manicured pathways just perfect for a bike ride.
Eureka Springs is a city in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas. The entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s known for the preserved Victorian buildings of its Historic District.
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◉ State & National Parks + Forests ◉
Missouri is home to a diverse range of state parks that offer visitors an array of outdoor activities, scenic views, and historical attractions. From the tranquil waters of Lake Wappapello and the rugged trails of Elephant Rocks to the historic sites at Ha Ha Tonka and the natural wonders of Onondaga Cave.