Why Everyone In Missouri Should Visit This One Tiny Town

Arrow Rock is a charming little village in Saline County near the Missouri River. Although it only has a population of 56, it has such important historic significance that the entire village has been named the National Historic Landmark Arrow Rock Historic District since 1963. Many of the structures are also individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With so many historic buildings being preserved, a visit to Arrow Rock is like stepping back in time.

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One simply can’t miss a nice relaxing trip to the beautiful Arrow Rock. This tiny historic town is the perfect backdrop for a nice, relaxing getaway. Historic spots, eclectic shopping, terrific restaurants, and nearby nature…it’s got it all!