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Living in Missouri

Missouri’s geography is highly diverse, ranging from the Ozark Mountains to the Missouri River and the beginning of the Northern Plains. Living in Missouri puts residents near the center of the United States.

Basics about the 'show me' state.

Making Missouri Home

Missouri offers an abundant amount of unique advantages and amenities, making it an easy choice for those looking to relocate. If you’re considering moving to Missouri, lets go through the main reasons why people decide to lay down roots such as all four seasons, strong workforce, amazing attractions, reasonable cost of living, ease of transportation, and of course, excellent schools. credit to Jessica Walker Boehm at

full of natural beauty and history throughout the state.

Ozarks: Adventures + Attractions

The Ozark Mountains, known as ``the Ozarks``, stretch across southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, stretching westward far enough to the northeast corner of Oklahoma and the southeast corner of Kansas. The Ozarks are a prime recreation spot, due to an abundance of rivers and lakes, plenty of trees and wildlife and minimal urbanization. You'll find the largest variety of things to do around Springfield and Branson, including Springfield Cardinals, the flagship Bass Pro Shop, Caves and Caverns, Wilson's Creek Battlefield National Park, Stockton and Table Rock Lake, Branson's Theater District, Silver Dollar City, Dining, Shopping, Antiquing, Galleries, Hockey, Famous Route 44, National Forests, Historic Sites, Fishing and Water Sports...and the list goes on!

world’s most wondrous places and foods.

91 Cool, Hidden, and Unusual Things to Do in Missouri

While searching for interesting facts and sightseeing in Missouri, I came across a really cool website that is jam-packed with a comprehensive database of the world’s most wondrous places and foods! Atlas Obscura is a global community of explorers, who come together and share discoveries. Along with a #1 bestseller on Amazon and in the New York Times, they are a publisher of best-in-class journalism about hidden places, incredible history, scientific marvels, and gastronomical wonders. You’ve got to check out these unusual and cool places located in Missouri from the Largest Fork, Devil’s Icebox, Underground Business Complex, Ruins to Museums.

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Trip Ideas in Rural Missouri

Readers of Rural Missouri magazine inspired this Trip Idea, through voting in the annual Best of Rural Missouri contest. Here's a look at some of the top vote-getters in various dining and sightseeing categories. The Lake of the Ozarks | Route 66 Rocker | Ha Ha Tonka State Park | Bridal Cave/Thunder Mountain Park with additional possibilities!

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