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Defined as the counties of Johnson, Cooper, Pettis, Boone, Callaway, Henry, Benton, Morgan, Moniteau, Cole, Osage, St. Clair, Hickory, Camden, Miller, Maries, Dallas, LaClede, and Pulaski.
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Missouri's serpentine Lake of the Ozarks gives central Missouri a special appeal. Radiating outward from the lake are highways leading to an incredible variety of getaway fun. Boasting more than 1,150 miles of shoreline "The Lake" twists and turns through scenic Ozark hills. Besides swimming, boating, water-skiing and fishing, you can tour area caves, choose from numerous premier golf courses, and enjoy country-music shows. Malls, factory outlets and specialty stores make this area a year-round mecca for shoppers.
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Easily the most famous stretch of the Mississippi River lies along the area known as the Mark Twain Region. Stomping grounds for Tom, Becky and Huck and boyhood home of Sam Clemens himself. This is a region where time doesn't stand still... it laughs, smiles and plays in the friendly rivertowns and villages that make up this famous region.
Defined as the counties of Jefferson, Franklin, Gasconade, Montgomery, Augrain, Randolph, Macon, and Adair, and the counties further north and east.
Defined as the counties of Cass, Jackson, Lafayette, Saline, and Howard, and the counties further north and west.
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Water, and plenty of it, is a big part of the appeal in the Osage Lakes Region. Nearly half of the state's impounded waters await visitors here in west-central Missouri. You'll also find generous helpings of history, scenic countryside, state parks and friendly towns. Three major lakes - Truman, Stockton and Pomme de Terre - dominate the landscape. Together, these lakes offer 1,369 miles of undeveloped shoreline and 16 full- service marinas Truman Lake, in the region's center, is one of the Midwest's largest impoundments. For the big picture, stop by the Corps of Engineers visitors center near the dam. Perched high atop a bluff, the center offers a dramatic view of the 55,600-acre reservoir. Bring your fishing gear, because Truman Lake has earned rave reviews for its largemouth bass, catfish and crappie.
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The Missouri Ozark Heritage region seems to have been created especially for those whose idea of life at its best is when they're out exploring, paddling, trekking, climbing and splashing through the natural wonders of the world around them. Bubbling springs, sparkling rivers and forested hills accentuate Missouri's Ozark Heritage Region.
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America's new live-entertainment capital, crystal-blue lakes surrounded by forested hills, and attractions based on colorful native lifestyles are just part of what's waiting for you when you arrive in Missouri's Ozark Mountain Region.
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Explorers, cowboys, outlaws, Indians, even gamblers and prospectors left their mark on the Pony Express Region. Providing a flavor of the Old West are towns so rich in history you'll feel as though you've been transported back 100 years.
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Tall, wooded bluffs tower above the Mississippi River in this picturesque section of the state. Gently rolling countryside dips into valleys, where creeks wind through fertile farmland. Rivertowns and quaint country villages charm guests with their turn-of-the-century architecture, antique shops and historical sites. Streams, rivers and trails wind their way through forested hillsides and scenic bluffs.
Defined as the counties of Howell, Texas, Phelps, Crawford, Washington, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, and Perry, and the counties further south and east.
Defined as the counties of Bates, Cedar, Polk, Greene, Webster, and Wright, and the counties further south and west.
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