Living in Missouri, whether we’ve spent a lifetime here or have just been here a short time, means some shared experiences – starting our meals with toasted ravioli, traveling to the top of The Gateway Arch, and driving along Historic Route 66. But for every well-known natural and manmade wonder we’ve explored, there’s a gem we’ve yet to uncover. Like this one-of-a-kind manmade wonder in Leasburg, Missouri.

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Have you heard of Canoehenge, a unique manmade wonder in Leasburg, Missouri? Have you been there or to Boathenge? Do you know of any “henges,” like Canoehenge and Boathenge, in Missouri? Let us know in the comments! While you’re in Leasburg, head over to Onondaga State Park, an idyllic day trip destination in Missouri.

Why not turn your day trip to Leasburg into a weekend getaway? Check out Vrbo for charming places to stay in Missouri.

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