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The Mount Nebo Inn is a great place to start your adventure!
01 Katy Trail State Park
01 Katy Trail State Park


The Mount Nebo Inn is directly across from the Rocheport Katy Trail State Park trail head. The Katy Trail is the longest developed rail-trail in the country. Katy Trail State Park attracts people of all ages and interests. Whether you are a bicyclist, walker, equestrian, nature lover or history buff, the trail offers opportunities for recreation, a place to enjoy nature and an avenue to discover the past.
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02 Drew's Guide Service
02 Drew's Guide Service


Add a Missouri River Cruise to your stay in Rocheport. From Bird watching to admiring the spectacular fall foliage Drew's Guide Service will have you snapping plenty of photos to post and show your friends and family during and after you trip. Wine and beer tasting cruises are available. Call to book you cruise today. 573-881-6160 or drew@missouriboatworks.com
03 Les Bourgeois Vineyards
03 Les Bourgeois Vineyards


Take in a Missouri River Valley sunset at the 3rd largest Missouri winery, Les Bourgeois Vineyards and Bistro.
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04 Meriwether cafe & bike shop
04 Meriwether cafe & bike shop


Rent a bike and tour the Katy Trail in style and comfort.
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Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area
Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area


This area, which borders Katy Trail State Park, contains cropland, forest, wetlands, and smaller tracts of savanna and glades. Facilities/features: viewing blind, waterfowl blind, and two permanent streams (Missouri River, Perche Creek).
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Francis Quadrangle
Francis Quadrangle


Gorgeous Francis quadrangle at the University of Missouri featuring the iconic columns left over when the original building burned was two blocks from where I was working, and a wonderful walk to view the campus.
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Mizzou Arena
Mizzou Arena


Mizzou Arena is an ideal place to enjoy sports of all kinds.
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Museum of Art and Archaeology
Museum of Art and Archaeology


New Deal projects such as the Works Progress Administration (WPA) not only provided employment for hundreds of artists during the Great Depression, but also—and more momentously—fostered an atmosphere rife with art and a newfound sense of arts appreciation across the United States.
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Rock Bridge Memorial State Park
Rock Bridge Memorial State Park


Just minutes from Columbia, Rock Bridge Memorial State Park gives visitors the chance to scramble, hike and bicycle through a scenic environment – and lets them peek into Missouri’s underworld. The park contains some of the most popular hiking trails in the state and also offers solitude while hiking in the Gans Creek Wild Area. Visitors can also see a large cave system with its rock bridge, sinkholes, a spring and underground stream at the Devil's Icebox. You can explore Connor's Cave in the light of the opening for a taste of the underground world.
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Shelter Gardens
Shelter Gardens


Arguably the most well-known feature of Shelter's corporate office is Shelter Insurance Gardens. Just beyond the beautiful stone-and-wrought-iron gates are five acres containing over 300 varieties of trees and shrubs and more than 15,000 annuals and perennials.
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Stephens Lake Park
Stephens Lake Park


Stephens Lake Park is the crown jewel of Columbia’s park system and is known for its 11-acre fishing/swimming lake, mature trees, and historical significance in the community. It serves as the center for outdoor winter sports, a variety of community festivals, and outdoor concert series at the amphitheater.
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