Missouri Park List

Behlmann Park

Behlmann Park is located near Loekes Drive with entranceways at Winsted Place and Roanoke Place. It contains 7 acres with a multi-purpose court and a ...

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Bella Fontaine Park

Amenities and activities at this park include: Fishing, Athletic Field, Trail, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Tennis Court, Active Park, ...

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Bennett Park

Bennett Park encompasses 45 acres and includes a range of amenities, including the City's skate park. Park amenities include: 2 Picnic Shelters; 2 Playgrounds; Restrooms; 6 Tennis Courts; Soccer Field; Baseball Field; Trail - ¾ mile, natural ...

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Bennett Spring State Park

In the mid-19th century, settlers found Bennett Spring to be an ideal spot for grist and flour mills. Today, most people come to Bennett Spring State Park to struggle with the rainbow trout, or just to marvel at the 100,000,000 gallons of clear, cool water that gush from the ...

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Benton Park

This 6 acre park features: an Athletic Field; Barbeque Grill; Playground; Picnic Tables (3); Picnic Shelter; Basketball Courts (4); and a Walking Trail (0.25 ...

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Berthold Square Park

While visiting Historic Main Street to shop or grab a bite to eat, Berthold Square is the perfect place to stop and enjoy the surrounding ...

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Bi-Centennial Park

Bicentennial Park was established as a memorial garden park in honor of our country's events, i.e. Declaration of Independence in 1776, and the Civil War skirmish near this site. A series of Civil War engagements were fought near this ...

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Big Lake State Park

Boating, fishing and abundant waterfowl have made Big Lake State Park one of northwest Missouri's most popular outdoor recreation areas. The park is located on Missouri's largest oxbow lake, which was formed by the Missouri River before its course was controlled by channelization. Located just off Interstate 29 halfway between ...

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Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge

Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge is located on 6 units, in various counties, along the Missouri River in the state of Missouri. The majority of the 4,500 acres that make up Big Muddy NFWR are located in the floodplain of the river. The Refuge was established ...

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Big Oak Tree State Park

Driving along the rural highways in southeast Missouri, travelers may notice an abundance of farmland. Amid this farmland though, near East Prairie, 1,029 acres of the area's original landscape has been preserved and stands out above the rest. This island of trees in a sea of agriculture is known ...

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Big Sugar Creek State Park

Heavily forested hillsides, clear-flowing streams and solitude are all features to be found within Big Sugar Creek State Park. Nestled deep within southwest Missouri, Big Sugar Creek State Park preserves a portion of the Elk River Section of Missouri's Ozarks. This area of the state has a distinct natural history, ...

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Binder Park

With 644 acres, the city's largest park, Binder Park, is located off Rainbow Dr. and Henwick Lane, west of Jefferson City. When combined with the adjacent 66-acre Joseph C. Miller Park, a huge, beautiful, and largely natural park emerges and provides for a wide variety of activities. In addition ...

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Birchwood Park

Amenities for this .27 acre park include: playground and picnic ...

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Bissell Park

Amenities and activities at this park include: Active Park, Historic House, Meeting ...

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Black Forest Park

Amenities and activities at this park include: Athletic Field, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Active Park, ...

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Blackburn Park

Features of the nearly 38-acre park include ballfields, tennis courts, walking paths, and a bird sanctuary. There are three pavilions available for rental. Dogwood Pavilion is located along Edgar Road. Redbud Pavilion is located by the tennis courts, and the Main Pavilion is in the center of the ...

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Blackburn School Park

This 7 acre park features: an Athletic Field (1); and Tennis Courts ...

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Blackfoot Park

Blackfoot Park at Canisius and Gonzaga Streets has approximately 2 acres with playground equipment and lighted tennis ...

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Blanche's Spring Park

Blanches's Spring Park is located at 110 Aubuchon, comprises 1.2 acres and remains in a natural setting with a creek passing through the ...

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Blanchette Park

Blanchette Park was the first City Park acquired and is still well known for setting citizen expectations of excellence for their Parks. Features: Aquatic Center Facility; Memorial Hall Banquet Facility; 2 Large Ball Diamonds & 2 Small Ball Diamonds; Concession Stand; 1 Football Field (Seasonal Overlay on Large Ball ...

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Blue Springs Lake

Blue Springs Lake is a part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Little Blue River Project for flood control, recreation and other water resource development. This park complex contains a large number of recreational features that are managed, through a partnership, by Jackson County. A wide array ...

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Blue Springs Park

Blue Springs Park totals 14 acres and is the first park acquired by the City of Blue Springs. This park offers: Two shelters with barbeque grills and tables; A playground; A lighted softball field; A sand volleyball court ; Two lighted tennis courts; A lighted basketball court. This ...

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Bode Sports Complex

This 6 acre park features: Picnicking, Basketball, Baseball, Restrooms, Bike/Excercise Trail, Skateboard area, and Indoor Ice ...

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Bohrer Park

Amenities and activities at this park include: Athletic Field, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Tennis Court, Active Park, ...

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Bollinger Mill State Historic Site

If you are intrigued by the mystique and lore of simpler times, then relive the days of yesteryear by a visit to Bollinger Mill State Historic Site. The 19th-century mill and its neighboring covered bridge offer a glimpse of now-rare Americana that once might have been expected around many ...

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Bon Oak Park

Amenities and activities at this park include: Athletic Field, Outdoor Basketball, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Active Park, ...

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Boone's Lick Park

This 24 acre park Features: 2 Baseball/Softball Diamonds; 2 Picnic Shelters; 2 Playground Areas; 1 Tennis Court; Restrooms; Community ...

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Boone's Lick State Historic Site

In 1804, Lewis and Clark reported the presence of many saltwater springs in the area that now comprises Howard, Cooper and Saline counties. The largest of these salt springs was the Boone's Lick. The area around this spring was ideal for settlement and for many years "Boone's Lick Country" ...

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Boschert Greenway

The Boschert Greenway is a 1.71 walking and biking trail that runs between Fox Hill Park and Fountain Lake Park. The trail, which runs along Boschert Creek, was made possible by a partnership with Great Rivers Greenway. Features: Walking, Hiking and Bike trail. Location: Trail begins at Fox ...

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Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site

Sitting atop a 120-foot bluff, Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site can't be missed by travelers heading north on Highway 65 from Sedalia. This castlelike building was constructed between 1897 and 1928 for a prominent Sedalia lawyer, John Homer Bothwell. Bothwell was active in local politics, represented Pettis County for ...

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