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Add Hannibal to Your List of Fall Haunts

The month of October is unlike any other in Hannibal. There’s something spooky to look forward to every weekend, whether that’s haunted houses at dusk or the Batfest at Sodalis Nature Preserve. There’s always something fun going down in H town, including beer sampling, pumpkin carving and more. And without a doubt, the month of excitement leads up to one …

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Fall Family Fun in St. Louis

Fall family fun is abundant in St. Louis from the museums of Forest Park to the hayrides at our local parks. We invite you to celebrate the season with entertainment at the Fabulous Fox, Peabody Opera House, a St. Louis Blues hockey game or one of the many other events that St. Louis has to offer. The following are only …

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Show Me Wine Country: Fall Drives

In Missouri Wine Country, getting to the wineries is often just as beautiful and picturesque as the wineries and vineyards themselves. Driving along tree lined roads and rolling hills is part of the relaxing experience of a Missouri winery adventure. This is particularly majestic during the fall, when the Show Me State does not disappoint, offering mesmerizing views. These are …

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9 Fall Fun Favorites in Platte County

It’s the time of year when the air is crisp and it brings joy to your soul just to be outdoors in the Show-Me State. Get out and enjoy every minute of it, just minutes from Missouri’s biggest city. We guarantee you’ll fall for Platte County this autumn! Visit Weston Bend State Park – 1,133 acres featuring 3-mile paved, tree-covered …

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4 Beautiful Fall Drives in Missouri

Missouri has excellent routes for memorable fall drives, with the rolling hills and winding back roads of the Missouri Ozarks serving up beautiful spots for enjoying fall foliage. Sometimes, though, staying on the beaten path is just as enjoyable, as Missouri’s major highways offer scenic views and convenient access to attractions. Here’s a look at four fall drives to consider …

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Fall Favorites in Missouri Wine Country

Fall (or autumn if you prefer) is a wonderful time of year in Missouri wine country. The breathtaking colors of the changing leaves are a sight to be treasured, and the cool, crisp air is ideal for snuggling up with a glass of your favorite local wine. These are some seasonal favorites we think should make it into your plans …

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5 Great Spots to See Fall Foliage in Columbia

Not only does autumn mean the return of great fall festivals and Mizzou football, Columbia also becomes a beautiful place to watch the colors change. Grab your camera and check out these CoMo spots this fall: Gans Creek Wild Area Rock Bridge Memorial State Park is always a beautiful park to explore but for finding fall foliage, we suggest specifically …

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Take a Fall Drive in Missouri

Trees drenched in shades of red, orange and yellow are a sure sign, and favorite annual occurrence, of autumn in Missouri.  And with so much foliage, the Show-Me State is an ideal place for fall leaf-peeping. Of course, there’s a lot of ground to cover in Missouri, so picking a route might be the most difficult part of your excursion. …

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10 Fall Festivities in Missouri’s State Capital

After months of sizzling temperatures we happily welcome the brisk chill in the air, leaves changing color and the scent of all things pumpkin – all exciting signs of the fun activities fall brings. Whether cozying up for a hayride, admiring fall foliage or attending a festival, you’ll find lots of exciting fall festivities in Jefferson City! Here are the …

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To The Batcave!

For me, enjoying the outdoors gets a bit easier after August.  Even being born and raised in Missouri, I still get zapped from the 200% humidity we often have in July and August. This year, I’m looking forward to exploring more of Hannibal’s newest park on my (as yet unpurchased) new bike in September and October. Sodalis Nature Preserve, which …

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