Missouri December 20, 2017
This Enchanting Town In Missouri Is Unlike Any Other In The World
There is a lot to love about Eminence, Missouri. This enchanting nature hot spot brings visitors, from all over the country, to this tiny little town in the Ozarks. There are endless activities to try and once in a lifetime sights all located in a town with a population of just over 500. So, take the road less traveled and fall in love with Missouri’s most naturally beautiful town.
Travel down the winding two-lane Highway 19 into the Ozarks to find the most enchanting little town.
Located in rural south-central Missouri, Eminence is in the heart of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
Some of Missouri's most popular outdoor attractions, like Alley Springs Mill, are located within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways just outside of the Eminence city limits.
Eminence has been established since the mid 1800's and some locals state that the town received its name because of the town's high elevation. However, there is no proof to this claim.
Missouri's largest and bluest spring, aptly named Blue Spring, can also be found just outside of Eminence.
Whether you enjoy fishing, floating, or hiking along the rivers you can find plenty of opportunities to do it all in Eminence.
One of the most magical aspects of Eminence is the heard of wild horses that can be found roaming the countryside.
You can also find elk grazing in Eminence. There is such an abundance of wildlife in the area it would be surprising not to encounter some type of critter.
Geological wonders are also present in Eminence, these shut-ins are typically only found throughout the Ozarks region in Missouri.
If you haven't visited Eminence then it's time to start planning your trip. There is beautiful sights year round but if you're looking to enjoy the water you may want to plan a trip during warmer weather.
Have you visited Eminence and the
Ozark National Scenic Riverways? Tell us about your experience in the comments below?
Do you want to learn more about Eminence and the wild horses that call Shannon County home? Read our recent article about the horses