Meet the Sled Dogs that Live in Missouri

This sled dog article ran in the January/February 2019 issue of Missouri Life. Now they have opened Sled & Breakfast! A sled dog-themed doggy daycare, boarding, and training facility! Eight-foot fences, concrete borders along the edges of the fences, and multiple play yards!


Snowboarders sending it down the slopes at Hidden Valley Ski Resort located in Chesterfield Missouri

Take the kids skiing in Missouri!

There’s a 65-acre resort where kids and adults can learn to ski on bunny hills or intermediate slopes. Find fifteen total runs, three black diamond runs, and parks for trick skiers and snowboarders.


Calling all Hikers, Bikers and Paddlers

The Castlewood 8-Hour Adventure Race includes three of Missouri’s best outdoor activities—hiking, biking, and canoeing.


Plan now to see never-plowed prairie

There are a 40-acre original, unplowed prairies south of Sedalia, and the public is invited to come to see it Saturday, October 1, at the Missouri Prairie Foundation’s dedication of the plot, called the Goodnight–Henry Prairie.


Free entrance to Federal Parks and Monuments

National Public Lands Day is coming right up, this Saturday, September 24, and all entry fees will be waived at national parks and other federal public lands, including national monuments, forests, recreation areas, wildlife refuges, historical sites, battlefields, recreation areas, and grasslands. The Ozark National Scenic Riverways is also on federal land.


Everyday Life on the Way of the American Genius

A bike ride across Highway 36 reveals wonder in the minutiae of Missouri.


Outdoor Wonders: 19 Conservation Areas

Explore these 19 conservation areas across the state.


Caving in Columbia

Rock Bridge Memorial State Park offers trails, caves, and more than two thousand acres in mid-Missouri.


Scenes from Seven Parks

A Visual Tribute to Missouri’s State Parks and Historic Sites.


The Tip of My Kayak

Take a peaceful trip around the coves at Table Rock Lake near Branson.