Keep Cool in Columbia

Coolness is a real thing in Columbia. Dare we say it's a state of mind? Whether it's entertainment, dining or dipping a toe in the water, literally, there are several great options to help you stay cool.


Your Missouri Lake Guide

Dip, dunk, drive, or drop a line in these idyllic Missouri waters.


Adventures Await In Arcadia Valley

Explore this eastern Ozark dale and see why it merited a presidential seal of approval.


Driving Missouri’s Western Frontier

Hitch a ride with us as we explore these sights in part 3, the final installment of our series on treasures along Missouri's interstates.


Discover the Splendor of the Upper Jacks Fork

Photographer Matt Faupel and his friend in adventure, Brian Grace, spent three days last spring floating the Upper Jacks Fork River, from the Prongs to Bay Creek, a river distance of 25 miles. Come along, and let Matt be your guide to the discoveries.


Hiking Graham Cave State Park

Head over to Graham Cave State Park to walk in the footsteps of early Missourians.


Smooth Sailing on Stockton Lake

A good sailing day at Stockton Lake begins with a casual breakfast at the dock until around 9 o’clock. One tipoff of correct wind velocity is a particular tingling sound as it blows through the mast lines.


Backpacking Bell Mountain

Bell Mountain offers a 12-mile loop with 1,683 feet of elevation change, respectable for the Midwest. Bell Mountain also offers something that you can’t get anywhere else in the country: the chance to see, in person, the result of more than one billion years of geologic time playing out.


7 Ways to Make the Most of Summer at Bass River Resort

Bass River Resort has been family-run for more than 50 years, going back to when Robert Bass founded a small canoe rental on the Courtois Creek. Since then, it's grown into an Ozark destination in its own right. Here are just 7 of the ways to make the most of summer weather at Bass River Resort.


A Guide to Weird & Wonderful Gems Along I-70

A Lear jet rests beside the highway without an airport in sight. A Ferris wheel sits idly in a field. A forlorn brick chimney rises out of a clump of bushes. These are but a few of the curiosities that travelers speed past on their way across Missouri on Interstate 70 between St. Louis and Kansas City. Entertainment abounds on the nation’s oldest interstate highway. You have but to stop and look.