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Graham Cave State Park Cave © Darren Good
This is Graham Cave
Montauk State Park © John Dorsey
This is a section of the stream that flows behind the old mill.
Big Spring Big Springs with Caves © Ken Robinson
Taken July 17th, 2007
Mingo National Wildlife Refuge Bluff Trail Ferns © Inga Eubanks
The trail along the bluff behind the Visitor Center provides some of the most beautiful views at Mingo.
Alley Spring and Mill Alley Spring and Mill in the Fall © John Braddy
Photo was taken on Nov 7th, 2017, just past peak Fall color season
Big Spring Spring Mist © Firefly Creek
The humidity and warmth create a misty fog eminating off the Spring that travels the distance of the tributary to the Current River during the Summer months.
Graham Cave State Park Cave © Darren Good
This is Graham Cave
Washington State Park Road Boat Launch Area © Jerald Schutjer
Big River boat launch.
Missouri Mines State Historic Site Missouri Mines State Historic Site © Jerald Schutjer
Premier mine in the lead belt for over 100 years. The mill was retired in 1972 as much of the ore had been mined.
Alley Spring and Mill Alley Spring Mill © Greg Matchick
Old red mill at Alley Spring State Park which once harnassed the power of the spring.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park © Lanna Golliglee
Castle at Ha Ha Tonka State Park
Missouri's Northeast Region Parks

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State Wildlife Management Area
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State Forests
1
National Wildlife Refuge
2
National Historic Sites
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State Parks
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State Wildlife Areas
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State Historic Sites
Parks in this region are near these Missouri Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
SAINT PETERS
BALLWIN
SAINT LOUIS
SAINT CHARLES
FLORISSANT
O FALLON
FENTON
CHESTERFIELD
WENTZVILLE
ARNOLD
IMPERIAL
FESTUS
TROY
MARYLAND HEIGHTS
HANNIBAL
KIRKSVILLE
Battle of Athens State Historic Site
Battle of Athens State Historic Site interprets the northernmost Civil War battle fought west of the Mississippi River along with providing recreational opportunities. Some of the land and buildings included in the site were part of the once-thriving town of Athens. Located on the Des Moines River, ........more >
Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge
Clarence Cannon NWR was established in 1964 with funds from the purchase of migratory waterfowl stamps. It lies in Pike County, MO, Pool 25 about one mile east of the small town of Annada, MO. The Clarence Cannon Refuge - named for Clarence Cannon, a former Missouri congressman - is the headquarters ........more >
Cuivre River State Park
Cuivre River State Park lends a wilder, Ozarkian flavor to the otherwise predominately agricultural landscape of northern Missouri. Although not far from St. Louis, the park is a nature lovers paradise. A stroll through the park in the spring when many woodland wildflowers are in bloom or in the fall ........more >
Gateway Arch National Park
The majestic Old Courthouse has remained over the past 150 years as one of St. Louis' most prominent architectural landmarks. Plan your visit to see all the permanent exhibits and special events The Old Courthouse was the site of the first two trials of the pivotal Dred Scott case in 1847 and 1850. ........more >
Graham Cave State Park
Nestled in the hills above the Loutre River in Montgomery County, Graham Cave State Park features an unusual sandstone cave that contained evidence that rewrote history books. Once used for shelter, Graham Cave became historically significant when archaeologists discovered how long ago human occupancy ........more >
Little Lost Creek State Forest
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Mark Twain State Park
One of Americas unique and best-loved personalities, Samuel Clemens -- later known as Mark Twain -- was born about one-fourth mile north of this historic site in a rented cabin in the small town of Florida. The cabin is now preserved inside the museum at Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site. The ........more >
Mastodon State Historic Site
Mastodon State Historic Site contains an important archaeological and paleontological site - the Kimmswick Bone Bed. Bones of mastodons and other now-extinct animals were first found here in the early 1800s. The area gained fame as one of the most extensive Pleistocene ice age deposits in the country ........more >
Meramec State Park
The beauty of the Meramec River and its surrounding bluffs, caves and forests have pleased visitors since the park opened in 1927. In 1933, the craftsmen of the Civilian Conservation Corps began blending a variety of visitor facilities into the park's rugged landscape. This popular 6,896-acre park ........more >
Mineola State Wildlife Area
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Reifsnider State Forest
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Ted Shanks State Wildlife Management Area
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Thousand Hills State Park
As the population of Kirksville expanded in the 1950s, the city sought to increase its supply of fresh water. Thousand Hills State Park was created following the construction of the 573-acre Forest Lake to serve as the city's reservoir. Today, the 3,215-acre park offers visitors a unique opportunity ........more >
Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site
Ulysses S. Grant is known as the victorious Civil War general who saved the Union and the 18th President of the United States. He first met Julia Dent, his future wife, at her family home, named White Haven. From 1854 to 1859 the Dents, Grants and an enslaved African-American workforce lived on the property.........more >
Wakonda State Park
Nestled in northeast Missouri, Wakonda State Park, composed of land that once was mined of gravel used to surface Missouri's secondary highways, has been transformed into a recreation area featuring six lakes, hiking and bicycling trails, and a rare sand prairie. The clear lake waters attract thousands ........more >
White Memorial State Wildlife Area
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