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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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12/02/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
December means holiday events! Check out our events page and plan to attend an event to see how Christmas was celebrated historically.

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12/01/2016 at 15:56. Facebook
Springerle cookies are a southern German and Swiss custom celebrating the Christmas season. A special rolling pin or individual molds, originally hand-carved from wood, are used to create these tasty and unusual cookies. Some designs replicate hand-carved molds from the medieval period while others feature contemporary holiday motifs.

Today, the cookies are enjoyed simply because they...
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11/29/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
Candlelight tours, Christmas decorations and traditional treats are all part of the holiday festivities happening this weekend in state parks and historic sites. Make plans to get into the holiday spirit with a visit this weekend.

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An outdoor adventure offers a great opportunity to spend quality time with visiting family after a busy day of shopping. Whether you chose to hike a trail, cast a line or simply enjoy nature, spend some time in your favorite state park or historic site this Black Friday.
Our national symbol, the bald eagle, has called Missouri home for the past 30 winters, and around 150 pairs have become year-round residents. More than 2,500 bald eagles from Canada and the Great Lakes area call Missouri home during the winter due to the open waters of our lakes and rivers. This makes Missouri one of the best states in the nation to see wintering bald eagles. Bald eagles...
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After the leftovers have been put away and the shopping has been done, Missouri State Parks is inviting Missourians to spend time outdoors this Black Friday. Missouri’s state parks and historic sites provide a great opportunity to unwind with family, get outside and explore history. Plan your #OptOutside adventure today!

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Do you have your camping reservations for the weekend of the 2017 solar eclipse? The special camping reservation window closes on Nov. 25. Book your reservation at the 19 parks with camping that will be withing the path of the solar eclipse today!

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This weekend, join staff at Washington State Park for the Turkey Trot, a guided hike that will highlight the natural and culture resources of the park.

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All Missouri habitats need some type of natural disturbance to stay healthy. Fire is a great example of a disturbance used to improve ecosystems, even woodlands. Beginning as early as November, prescribed burns are used to improve these communities. Trained burn crews use fire to control invading plants, enrich soils and increase plant diversity. This provides habitat that supports the food...
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On Nov. 26, come out and enjoy a night of storytelling and songs with storyteller Barney Minix at Echo Bluff State Park. This event will be held in the Betty Lea Lodge in the lobby by the fire place.

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Cooler temperatures don't mean that the outdoor adventures need to end. Late fall and winter are great times for hiking. With fewer leaves on the trees, there are more opportunities to see scenic vistas and catch glimpses of wildlife. Plan your hike today!

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In the winter, trees stand like skeletons along the skyline, arms reaching to the heavens, “sweeping the cobwebs off the sky” [Gilbert Keith Chesterton]. While they may look dead, life teems within them. Winter trees tell stories of life to all who will listen. Leafy nests tell of the bushy-tailed squirrel who calls these trees home. Even now, dead leaves keep these furry creatures toasty...
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Making plans for the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017? We're opening a special reservation window to allow campers to make their reservations today. Through Nov. 25, call or go online to book the weekend of the eclipse at the 19 parks with camping that will experience the total solar eclipse.

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November is Native American Heritage Month. Did you realize that “Missouri” in the Peoria Indian language means “People of Wood Canoe”? That was their name for their neighbors, the first tribe they encountered when ascending the Missouri River. Those people called themselves Ñut^achi “People of River’s Mouth.” Also called “Missouria,” they lived in our state from about 1350 to 1793. Five...
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November's special passport stamp is all about military appreciation. To earn it, visit Battle of Athens State Historic Site, ​Battle of Carthage State Historic Site, Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site, Battle of Lexington State Historic Site, Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site, Crowder State Park, Knob Noster State Park, Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site or...
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As of May 9, 2015, with the signing of the National Bison Legcy Act, the bison is now our official national mammal. Prairie State Park is celebrating National Bison Day with a daylong event starting with a guided Bison Hike at 10 a.m. followed with a bison chili lunch at noon and educational bison activities and programs.

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#FlashBackFriday - Civilian Conservation Corps workers at Montauk State Park in the 1940s #ShowMeYourStatePark
The Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site interprets the site of a ground-breaking event – the first time African-American troops fought in the Civil War.

The First Kansas Colored Infantry unit was formed at Fort Scott, Kan. in August 1862. The First Kansas encamped at “Fort Africa” in Bates County, Mo., on Oct. 26, 1862. For the next two days, they skirmished with 400 Confederate...
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Looking for a fun, family-friendly outdoor event this weekend? There's a lot planned in Missouri's state parks and historic sites. Make sure to check out our events listings for a Halloween happening near you.

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