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Enjoy Fall in Missouri State Parks

Prairie State Park

With mild temperatures and outstanding views of colorful foliage, fall is a fantastic time to be outdoors.  In our state parks and historic sites, there are plenty of opportunities to experience all that the season has to offer. Fall foliage in Missouri usually peaks in mid-October.  Whether you’re enjoying lake views during a family picnic, hitting the trails to catch ... Read More »

Camper Cabins Are Hot Property at Parks

The noisy, early evening thunderstorm was a double delight. First, I got to watch the light show from a rocker on the porch of my cozy camper cabin at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park. To the north, lighting flashed and thunder rumbled over Goggins Mountain. To the south, patches of blue sky peeked through the clouds. The deluge that followed overnight ... Read More »

Spring in the Step

Ok, so, after a few days on the couch watching the NCAA Tournament, who isn’t in the mood to play some hoops? I certainly was on Sunday and found a few like-minded souls. After nearly two hours of running, jumping and shooting (poorly, I might add), I was exhausted. Although my joints hurt and my legs were about as sturdy ... Read More »