Attractions

Rafting

We have listed all of the Steelville area attractions.



Photo of Berryman Trail
Phone: (573) 438-5427
This trail traverses 24 miles of scenic Ozark countryside starting at the site of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp of 1937 and winding through timbered stands and fields. The hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding offer one a pleasant measure of solitude and quiet. Two small primitive campgrounds are available for use. Bicycling Magazine called it 24 miles of Missouri’s finest single track, the best single track East of the Rockies and West of the Appalachians. That about sums it up. Some long climbs, some long downhills. Everywhere is just beautiful, especially in the fall. Some of the trail is super rocky, so hang on. Never a dull moment. Everything you could want and more. 3 and 1/2 hours is a good time to ride. That’s just pedaling time.  Most humans need a break. Recommended Route: Start at either Brazil Creek or Berryman camps. For More Information Potosi/Fredericktown Ranger District 10019 Hwy 8 West, Potosi, MO 63664 Phone: (573) 438-5427 Fax: (573) 438-2633 Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-4:30
Website: http://www.ozarktrail.com/ Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Candy Cane RV Park & Campground
Candy Cane RV Park & Campground
Jct. 8 W & M Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 866-316-3976
Candy Cane is “a place to make friends and memories”.  20 RV sites which can accommodate RV’s up to 65′ include water & electric and 5 full-hookups.Affordable family fun includes  swimming pool, free heated showers, tent sites, dump station, ice, firewood, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, kid’s play area,  18 hole mini-golf on premise. Christmas in July Celebration, through , featuring items that were displayed at Conway Twitty’s estate.  Many attractions nearby: caves, antique shops, fishing, and float trips. Daily, weekly & monthly rates available.
Website: http://candycanervpark.com Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Caveman Zipline at Meramec Caverns
Caveman Zipline at Meramec Caverns
1135 HWY W Sullivan MO 63080
Phone: (573)-468-3166
Meramec Caverns, Stanton MO is introducing the first zipline in the St. Louis Metro Area — Caveman Zipline! Soar through the treetops and across the Meramec River in this high-adrenaline, extreme adventure. Your ninety-minute canopy adventure includes three swinging sky-bridges and four zip rides varying in length from 200 to 1250 feet, reaching speeds of 50 mph! It is destined to be hit with persons of all ages and interests.
Website: http://www.cavemanzipline.com/ Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Crawford County Fair
Crawford County Fair
1 Hood Park Dr. Cuba MO 65453
Phone: 573-885-4155
The Crawford County Fair is the place to be for fun and entertainment for all ages! Enjoy livestock exhibits, bull riding, truck pulls, carnival games and rides on the midway, lots of concessions, and beer garden! This year's concerts include Michael Connors, Collin Nash, and The Randy Rogers Band! July 11-15, 2017
Website: http://www.crawfordcountyfair.info Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Cuba Lakes Golf Club
Cuba Lakes Golf Club
241 Hwy O Cuba MO 65453
Phone: 573-885-2234
Grab Some Lunch!!! Sundays are Family Fun Days at Cuba Lakes Golf Club. What better way to spend some quality time than on the golf course? Visit Cuba Lakes Golf Club on Sundays to take advantage of our family golf specials!! We Hope To See You Soon!!!
Website: http://www.cubalakesgolf.com Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Cuba Mo Mural Project
Cuba Mo Mural Project
PO BOX H Cuba MO 65453
The Cuba, Missouri Mural Project, implemented by Viva Cuba, commissioned 12 outdoor murals along the Route 66 corridor. Viva Cuba also owns and maintains the Viva Cuba Garden at the Hwy 19/Route 66 intersection. The Garden contains an 1873 train replica, landscaping, and adjacent painted traffic control boxes. Cuba’s public artwork, along with other Cuba attractions, make Cuba, MO “Route 66 Mural City” a must see! Visit us on Facebook Cuba MO Murals or on Twitter as @CubaMOMurals.  Group tours available. Viva Cuba!
Website: http://www.cubamomurals.com Updated 5 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Day Lark Jonas Museum
Day Lark Jonas Museum
319 W Main Street Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-2505
Donated to Steelville in 2000 by Helen Jonas, this home represents a family history dating to 1889. Many of the antiques in the museum belonged to the families that lived in the home. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and admission is free.
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Photo of Dillard Mill State Historic Park
Dillard Mill State Historic Park
142 Dillard Mill Road Davisville MO
Phone: 573-244-3120
A red mill set on the blue waters of Huzzah Creek is as pretty a picture as there is in Missouri, and that’s the setting for Dillard Mill State Historic Site. The site interprets one of the state’s best-preserved gristmills, completed in 1908. Most of the machinery in the mill is still intact and original to the building. If you like the outdoors, the site’s location on Huzzah Creek in the Ozarks provides plenty of opportunities to fish, hike, picnic or just dream about the past.
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Photo of Evans House
Evans House
503 W. Main Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-2151

The Evans House, located across from First Community  National Bank, was purchased last year by The Steelville Arts Council to be utilized as a downtown center for the arts. The Evans House is available for art gallery space, as rental over-flow space for Wildwood concert-goers, to the public for family gatherings, baby and wedding showers and business socials. We offer specific art events. " we want to touch every art form out there, we want to include not only the visual arts, but speech and drama and dance too."

Contact 573-775-1000 for more info.

   
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Photo of Hike the Zahorsky Trail
Located on the Meramec River just north of Steelville, Zahorsky Woods is an ideal place for a nature hike in the spring, summer, or fall. This fifty-six acre woodland is enhanced by a mixture of ridges, ravines, bluffs and bottomlands with a diversity of natural communities. During even a short visit to this site, one can sample a broad range of interesting topographic features that characterize the Upper Ozark Region.
Website: http://www.thewalnutgroup.net/Zahorsky/index.html Updated 5 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Historic Wagon Wheel Motel Route 66
Historic Wagon Wheel Motel Route 66
901 East Washington Blvd Cuba MO 65453
Phone: 573-885-3411
Historic Wagon Wheel Motel on Rte 66. The oldest motel, completely restored, offers single rooms to Jacuzzi suites. All rooms  have  new pillowtop beds, WiFi, Flat screen TV and some with microwaves and fridge.  There is a guest laundry, bike shelter, pavilion and several outdoor sitting areas and decks for relaxing.  In Connie’s Shoppe you will find many unique items, from Harley Davidson signs to designer purses, jewelry and of course Rte 66 accessories.
Website: http://www.wagonwheel66cuba.com Updated 4 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Hoppe Springs
Hoppe Springs
204 S. 4th Street Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-5915
The refreshing Spring water flows from Hoppe Spring Park into the Yadkin Creek which flows through Historic Steelville.  There is a walking trail to walk along the creek from Hoppe Spring Park to the Steelville City Park.  Enjoy watching the ducks.
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Photo of Huzzah Conservation Area
Phone: 636-441-4554
The Ozark Hiking Trail transects most of the area and allows hikers access to many of its unique features. The Narrows, located in the extreme southwest portion of the area, is a narrow hogback ridge divided between Huzzah and Courtois Creeks that features extremely steep topography and rapidly changing vegetation from ridge to creek bottom. The remains of the Scotia Furnace and Iron s are located on the property.
Website: http://exploresteelville.com/huzzah.html Updated 4 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Lange General Store
Lange General Store
106 E. Main St Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-3111
The family general store roots date back to 1908 when H.C. Lange opened his first mercantile at Owens Mill a small Missouri community along the Gasconade River and then a second store three years later in nearby Byron. Todd Rehmert, co-proprietor of the current-day Lange General Store in Steelville is the great-grandson of H.C. Rehmert and his wife, Alicia restored the old Puckett General Store building at 106 E. Main Street in Steelville.  The red brick building with its original wooden floors, authentic tin ceiling, and antique store counters and fixtures was constructed just after the Great Fire of Steelville in 1904 that burned down most of the Steelville business district. Today the store is stocked full of nostalgic candy and candy barrels, 100-plus flavors of bottled pure-cane sugar sodapop including cold bottles available in the vintage late 1940’s soda cooler, specialty roasted coffees and premium loose teas, made-in-Missouri food products, home goods and decor, kitchen gadgets, garments and classic children’s books and toys.
Website: https://www.langegeneralstore.com/ Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Maramec Spring Park/ Meramec Spring trout Hatchery
Maramec Spring Park/ Meramec Spring trout Hatchery
21304 Meramec Spring Drive St. James MO 65559
Phone: (573) 265-7124 Phone: 573-265-7801
Maramec Spring is an exceptionally beautiful spring and produces an average of 96,000,000 gallons of water per day.  The spring branch here is a mile long, with no fishing allowed upstream of the road bridge.  Unlike the other three Missouri trout parks, Maramec has no separate fishing zones. Owned and operated by the foundation authorized and funded up by Mrs. Lucy Wortham James, 300 of the park’s 1800 acres are available for public use. From 1826 to 1876, this area was the site of Maramec Iron s, the first successful ironworks west of the Mississippi. In addition to trout fishing, Maramec Spring Park has a nice reception center, cafe, campground, picnic areas, two museums, playgrounds, hiking trails, tennis courts, and the historic ironworks for which it is so well known. For more information about Maramec Spring, be sure to see the website of The James Foundation located at http://www.maramecspringpark.com or call the James Foundation office at (573) 265-7124.  The hatchery office telephone number is (573) 265-7801, and you can reach the Maramec Museum at (573) 265-3527.
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Photo of Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch
Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch
1203 Meramec Wilderness Lane Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-5513

The Meramec Ranch is one of the most extensive high adventure bases in the Midwest. Activities include Ropes Courses, Ziplines, Barn Swings, Team Development, Adventure Water Activities, Mountain Biking, Climbing, Primitive skills, Skill trainings, and more. Visit our website where you will find a complete listing of programs and activities. We will create the perfect program for you and your group.

The Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch is a beautiful  setting for banquets, weddings, and conferences. Situated on 1,200 pristine secluded acres in the heart of Mark Twain National Forest, the ranch’s rustic-style lodge is complete with modern amenities, commercial kitchen, and bunkroom, perfect for conferences or banquets. This building also makes an intimate, yet elegant, setting for a wedding or reception.

 
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Photo of Meramec Caverns
Meramec Caverns
Stanton MO 63079
Phone: 573-468-CAVE (3166)
Maramec Spring is an exceptionally beautiful spring and produces an average of 96,000,000 gallons of water per day.  The spring branch here is a mile long, with no fishing allowed upstream of the road bridge.  Unlike the other three Missouri trout parks, Maramec has no separate fishing zones. Owned and operated by the foundation authorized and funded up by Mrs. Lucy Wortham James, 300 of the park's 1800 acres are available for public use. From 1826 to 1876, this area was the site of Maramec Iron s, the first successful ironworks west of the Mississippi. In addition to trout fishing, Maramec Spring Park has a nice reception center, cafe, campground, picnic areas, two museums, playgrounds, hiking trails, tennis courts, and the historic ironworks for which it is so well known. For more information about Maramec Spring, be sure to see the website of The James Foundation located at www.maramecspringpark.com or call the James Foundation office at (573) 265-7124.  The hatchery office telephone number is (573) 265-7801, and you can reach the Maramec Museum at (573) 265-3527.
Website: http://www.americascave.com/ Updated 5 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Meramec Music Theatre
Meramec Music Theatre
26 Hwy 8 Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-5999
The Meramec Music Theatre is dedicated to bringing the musical and performing arts to Steelville in the 600-seat theatre.  Built in 2001, the Meramec Music Theatre has hosted well-known country, bluegrass, gospel and folk acts throughout the years.
Website: http://www.meramecmusictheatre.com/index.html Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Miniature Golf at Candy Cane RV Park
Miniature Golf at Candy Cane RV Park
Jct. 8 W & M Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 866-316-3976
18-Hole Miniature Golf at Candy Cane RV Park Candy Cane is “a place to make friends and memories.” Experience the most fun and unique mini golf course around. It’s affordable fun and an adventure for the whole family. Great for birthday parties, family reunions, company picnics or any special even. The course is open to the public daily along with being lighted for evening play.
Website: http://candycanervpark.com Updated 4 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Onodaga Cave State Park
Onodaga Cave State Park
7556 Hwy H. Leasburg MO 65535
Phone: 573-245-6576
Descend into the depths of Onondaga Cave State Park and drop into a world of wonder: towering stalagmites, dripping stalactites, and active flowstones help make the cave a National Natural Landmark and illustrate why Missouri is often called “The Cave State.” Visitors can take guided tours into the underground wonderland. But if you prefer the surface, the park’s Vilander Bluff Natural Area provides a panoramic view of the Meramec River. Easy access to the Meramec River allows visitors to canoe or fish in a bucolic setting.
Website: http://mostateparks.com/park/onondaga-cave-state-park Updated 5 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Ozark Trail
This section is the gateway to the Ozarks–starting at Onondaga Cave State Park, opening into the lead district of Missouri, view variegated wildlife, flora, and scenery and end up at Hazel Creek on the south. Four trail heads are available.
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Photo of Red Moose Vineyard
Red Moose Vineyard
425 Hwy VV Salem MO 65560
Phone: 573-743-3006
We are a small, family-owned and operated vineyard/winery.  We take pride in providing our guests with delicious, hand-crafted wine as well as a beautiful setting in which to enjoy it.  If you haven't had a chance to make it out for a visit, you should definitely set aside a day to stop by.
Website: http://redmoosevineyard.com/ Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of St. James Golf Club
St. James Golf Club
11780 S Highway 68 Saint James MO 65559
Phone: (573) 265-8688
St. James Golf Club (MO) is a semi-private membership course open to the public.  Normally Tee times are not required but can be made by calling 573-265-8688.  It is nestled among rolling hills in the Ozarks.  A 9-hole course with different Tee boxes on the back 9 holes.  Course is open year-round, weather and course conditions permitting.
Website: http://www.stjgc.com Updated 4 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce
Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce
604 W Main Street Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-5533
Steelville, Missouri — the “ of Hospitality”, “Floating Capital of Missouri” and “Gateway to the Ozarks” — These are just some of the phrases that describe the beautiful community of Steelville. Located approximately 8 miles south of Interstate 44 in the foothills of the Ozarks in Crawford County, Steelville is truly the small town with a big heart. Three spring-fed-rivers, the Meramec, Huzzah and Courtois provide floating, rafting, and camping recreation for thousands of tourists each year. Fishing enthusiasts flock to streams filled with small and large mouthed bass, trophy trout and rock bass. Steelville is also home to the Meramec Music Theatre, which features the best in country music and golden oldies, as well as many special performances throughout the year. Also providing great music throughout the season is Wildwood Springs Lodge, which features various well known artists. Quaint specialty shops line the town’s main street, which has been restored to its early 1900′s appearance. There, you will discover antique furniture, collectibles, wood carvings, pottery, and locally made crafts. Relax at an old-fashioned soda fountain or dine in at one of our friendly restaurants. Stay at a bed and breakfast, at a lodge that reflects its 1920′s glory, a modern hotel, or at one of the many resorts that provide camping, cabins and RV hookups.
Website: http://chamberofcommerce.steelville.com Updated 1 month ago Return to top.
Photo of Steelville Bowling Center
Steelville Bowling Center
75 East Hwy 8 Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-5414
Steelville Bowling Center is retro with a family atmosphere.  Our food is delicious, one of my favorites is the Prime Rib Sandwich and the St. Louis Style made Pizza...Yum!  
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Photo of Viburnum Golf and Country Club
Viburnum Golf and Country Club
1436 N Highway Y Viburnum MO 65566
Phone: 573-244-5688
We are located in the Heart of the Beautiful Mark Twain National Forestry.   Visit our web page for details regarding our Golf Course, Pool, Tennis Courts, Exercise Room, Racket Ball Court, Sauna and Clubhouse. Clubhouse
Website: http://www.viburnumcc.com Updated 4 years ago Return to top.
Photo of Wildwood Springs Lodge
Wildwood Springs Lodge
125 Grand Drive PO box 919 Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-2400
Wildwood.. It’s all about you…. you are the one that needs to relax, get-away, hide from the 21 century. You are the one that might like to read a book on the front porch with the morning sunlight and cool breeze, or maybe watch the fog burn off the river valley from the dining room’s porch holding a warm cup of coffee in your hands. You could also take a walk on one of the trails and enjoy the sites and sounds of Zahorsky Woods.      
Website: http://www.wildwoodspringslodge.com/ Updated 3 years ago Return to top.

 



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