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Missouri State Parks
01/16/2017 at 22:30. Facebook
Nature and bingo in one event! What more could you want?
Join the staff at Prairie State Park on Saturday, Jan. 21 as they host a fun game of Nature Bingo. This unique bingo will highlight the natural features of Missouri: from birds to mammals, to plants, reptiles, and fish!

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01/13/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
#FlashbackFriday – Visitors taking a picture of the dam from the quarry at Table Rock State Park around the 1950s-1960s. #ShowMeYourStatePark
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01/11/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Special thanks to the Pershing Park Memorial Association, who yesterday transferred ownership of a new building to Missouri State Parks to be a part of Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site. Stay tuned for more on this historic site and our efforts to interpret the life and accomplishments of Gen. Pershing.
Thanks to all the hikers who joined us at Ozark Mountain, Eleven Point and Bryant Creek state parks this weekend to get a look at these new state parks. While planning is in the early stages, we are looking for public feedback on park development. Visit [ Mostateparks.com Link ] for more information and to provide your input.

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The African American Inventors and Innovators Exhibit is up for viewing now until March 12 at the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center in Kansas City. This collection exhibits contributions of African American men and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. It includes more than 100 inventions, reproductions and samples from early cultures through slavery and up...
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#FlashbackFriday – Camping at Washington State Park in 1972. #ShowMeYourStatePark
We've announced the opening of Jay Nixon State Park, 1,230 acres of wooded, rugged terrain that includes opportunities for backpacking with a connection to the Ozark Trail Located in Reynolds County, the park’s rugged landscape serves as a backcountry access to the Ozark Trail, which links Taum Sauk Mountain and Johnson’s Shut-Ins state parks. The park features rugged terrain and unblazed...
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Jay Nixon State Park Offers New Backcountry Experience

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The shedding of antlers by male white-tailed deer is a vital part of their life cycle and is possibly just as important to smaller mammals. Each spring, deer begin to grow new antlers. After shedding the protective velvet, antlers become polished bone by fall breeding season. As the limited food supply of winter begins to affect the deer, their bodies reabsorb the bone at the antler’s base....
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What better way to ring in the New Year then to take part in a 116-year-old tradition? Each year a variety of volunteers from families to ornithologists gather together to help count the bird species of an area. Volunteers of this event get to see dozens of different bird species; view the beauty of nature, all while getting a “bird census.” This allows wildlife agencies to study the status of...
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Cuivre Christmas BIrd Count | Missouri State Parks

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Unlike the songbirds and waterfowl that have flown the coop for warmer weather, Missouri’s resilient owls thrive in the unrelenting bite of winter. December and January evenings are ideal to hear their deep hooting calls. Both great horned and barred owls court their mates with persistent hooting before finding a nest in which to raise their young. Owls are opportunistic nesters, meaning they...
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Kick off a New Year’s resolution of staying healthy and getting outdoors by taking part in a state park First Day Hike. More than 30 locations have scheduled guided hikes as a part of the nationwide event promoted by America’s State Parks. For a full list of our First Day Hikes, visit [ Mostateparks.com Link ].

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The beauty of state parks doesn’t stop during the winter season, and neither do we. Guests can enjoy a variety of winter events. Celebrate the New Year at one of our scheduled First Day Hikes, participate in a Christmas Bird Count at Cuivre River State Park or enjoy a guided winter hike at Lewis and Clark State Park.
You can check out all of our events at [ Mostateparks.com Link ] and remember...
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Upcoming Events | Missouri State Parks

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Today officially marks the beginning of winter. What better way to warm up then to get active at one of the beautiful Missouri state parks. Get your blood flowing with a hike on a park trail or relax and take in the views of a breathtaking Missouri winter wonderland. You just might catch a glimpse of something you haven’t seen before, like a stunning winter sunset, or a majestic wintering...
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Find Your Park | Missouri State Parks

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Gov. Nixon today announced the addition of three new parks to the state park system. Read more about Ozark Mountain State Park, Bryant Creek State Park and Eleven Point State Park and plan to join us for guided hikes at these properties Jan. 6-8.

Missouri is adding three new state parks, Gov. Nixon announces, each with outstanding natural features

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Winter is coming…

All over Missouri, it's getting chillier. Sometimes, life seems to grind to a halt in the lower temperatures. Winter, however, offers a view of life outdoors that can't quite be captured by any other season.
With the mighty oak, hickory, ash, and maple having shed their leaves to slumber through season, it's easier than any other time of year for us humans to peer into the...
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Register today to experience the first total solar eclipse viewable in Missouri in nearly 150 years on a special Katy Trail bicycle ride. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to follow the “Total Eclipse of the Katy.” The 36-mile ride will be from Rocheport to Jefferson City and is limited to 500 people. A $50 registration fee includes an eclipse Katy Trail t-shirt, water bottle, SAG...
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Total Eclipse of the Katy Bicycle Ride | Missouri State Parks

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Start the New Year with a healthy hike with First Day Hikes at Missouri's state parks and historic sites. See the full list of hikes and make your plans to bring in 2017 with an outdoor adventure.

First Day Hikes | Missouri State Parks

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Today is the day! Come out to Pleasant Hill at 2 p.m.to celebrate the opening of the Katy Trail extension. #KT2KC

Dedication Ceremony | Missouri State Parks

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When you think of state parks in Missouri, you might visualize red-tailed hawks, barred owls, wild turkeys, or even circling vultures. You probably wouldn't think of Thunderbirds. But a young Civilian Conservation Corps unit, calling itself the "Thunderbirds,” was largely responsible for developing Mark Twain State Park just prior to World War II.

Company 1743 was unique; it was the only...
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Join us on this Saturday, Dec. 10, to celebrate a new addition to Missouri State Parks...an extension of the Katy Trail to Kansas City. #KT2KC

Gov. Nixon to open 47.5-mile trail to connect Kansas City area to the Katy Trail and across Missouri to St. Louis area

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