Missouri Resources from http://www.Robyns.World  Instead of just St. Louis area things to do this week, I thought I would give you all some resources for all across the wonderful state of Missouri.

  • Missouri Department of Conservation Magazines
    This is an amazing FREE resource for those of you in Missouri. I grew up with my dad getting the Missouri Conservationist Magazine and once I moved out on my own it was one of the first things I made sure to sign up for on my own. The main magazine is amazing and covers a wide range of topics from flora and fauna in the state, conservation efforts, educational material, and even hunting issues. This is one magazine that comes monthly that I have, for years, read the most out of. I am always amazed that it is free! They also have a kids magazine called Xplor, perfect to go along with the original if you have younger kids at home. Also, if you are a teacher or homeschooler be sure to check out Missouri Resources Magazine as well for even more great stuff – again it is free!
  • Missouri Department of Tourism
    Whether you live in Missouri or are planning to visit us, the Missouri Department of Tourism has tons of great information on every region of our amazing state. There are things to do, things to see, places to see, and events across Missouri.
  • Trip Advisor for Missouri
    I love Trip Advisor for traveling anywhere, but I was impressed by the amount of detail they had for things to do and places to stay in my home state of Missouri.
  • Missouri State Parks
    We have some amazing state parks here in Missouri with a plethora of things to do for any age. There are over 91 state parks and historic sites that you can visit. To help visitors enjoy their stay, the system offers more than 2,000 structures, 3,500 campsites, 194 cabins, almost 2,000 picnic sites, and more than 1,000 miles of trail. These trails include opportunities for hikers, backpackers, bicycle riders, off-road vehicle users and horseback riders. The system boasts the longest developed rails-to-trail project in the nation.
  • Missouri Beach Status Map & Guide
    We may not have any oceans nearby, but Missouri has tons of rivers and lakes with beaches. If you are planning to visit one of these areas be sure to check out the status before your adventure.
  • Missouri Speleological Society
    Are you into spelunking? Missouri has tons of natural caves to explore. For those that prefer guided tours along paths or those that want to go out on their own. I am not an explorer on my own but I do recommend Fantastic Caverns in Springfield, MO – it is a ride-along cave, Marvel Caves inside Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO, Meramec Caverns in Stanton, MO which is where Hubby and I camped so many, many times and Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal, MO which also has a lovely winery on the same property.

Do you live in Missouri or have you ever visited the state of Missouri? What are your favorite things to do in our state?

Robyn