Hop In The Car And Visit All 4 Of Missouri’s Covered Bridges In One Day
Let’s go on a day trip today, Missouri! We’ve got so many enchanting places to explore in Missouri that deciding where to go next can be quite the challenge. While we can’t go wrong with a road trip in Missouri, sometimes we just don’t have the time to get away. That’s when a day trip is perfect. A day trip to the covered bridges in Missouri, for example, offers a glimpse into the state’s rich past, making them an ideal day-trip destination.
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Have you ever been to these Missouri covered bridges? Would you agree that they are some of the most enchanting places in Missouri? Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments! If you’re a bit of a daredevil, walk across Grand Auglaize Swinging Bridge at Lake Ozark State Park.
Covered Bridges In Missouri
What are some of the most enchanting places in Missouri?
Anyone who lives in, or who has traveled through, Missouri knows just how gorgeous it is – from the landscape to the many natural wonders dotted throughout. For one of the most enchanting and beautiful springs in the state, make your way to Ha Ha Tonka Spring, at Ha Ha Tonka State Park. It boasts some of the most beautiful blue water you might ever see. While you’re at the park, hike to the ruins of Ha Ha Tonka Castle. Elephant Rocks State Park, on the other hand, boasts granite rock formations that date back billions of years while Meramec Caverns belongs on every bucket list. That’s just a taste of the many enchanting places in Missouri that are just waiting to be explored.
Are there any good road trips in Missouri?
Any good road trips in Missouri? You’ll find some of the best. If you’re a fan of natural wonders, follow the natural wonders road trip that leads to such breathtaking destinations as Marvel Cave, Grand Gulf State Park, and Clifty Creek Natural Bridge. However, if you’re up for a spooky road trip, you can’t go wrong on a journey to the most haunted places in Missouri. You’ll visit such spine-tingling sites as Jesse James Farm & Museum, Missouri State Penitentiary, and Lemp Mansion. Go chasing waterfalls on a waterfall road trip in Missouri that will lead you to gorgeous cascades in Hickory Canyons as well as Mina Sauk Falls and Rocky Falls.
Where can I find the best historic places in Missouri?
Missouri is well-known for its rich history. You’ll find a full menu of historic places in Missouri, including its many historical landmarks that are well worth a visit. Any Missourian, of course, will recognize the Gateway Arch, and most of us have undoubtedly been to the top. Graham Cave in Montgomery County is well worth a visit, and a stroll through Missouri Botanical Garden is perfect any time of the year. Visit Mark Twain’s Boyhood Home and Museum in Hannibal, too, to learn more about one of Missouri’s most famous native sons.