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Old 08-02-2011, 12:31 PM   #1
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Any suggestions for RV'ing through Missouri

We are taking the Ol Georgie Boy for a ride to Missouri. Be around St Louis area. Any things we should put on the must-stop and see list?

Kids (16 and 13) 2 sheepdogs wife and I. Definately a day at 6 flags, arch and brewery. Son wants a science/industry type stop any suggestions? We did discovery zone last year in Michigan which was cool but looking for other suggestions
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In St. Louis definitely visit the Arch...it's a sight to see.

Also, I really enjoyed City Museum...it's a whacky little place with some science stuff, some oddities and you can climb around the whole thiing. Not everyone's cup of tea, but I had a blast. I got some pics here: The Wierdest Little House in St. Louis

Oh, and if you need a pooch-friendly spot to stay I highly recommend Babler State Park. It's got lots of green and hiking trails for the doggies and is not too far from town.
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WE live in St. Louis and there is the science center to see which is just a few blocks from the St. Louis zoo. So you would beable to see both in day. City museum is a great place for the kids. Meremac Caverns is before you get into St. Louis. It is west on Hwy 44 out of St. Louis which would be past six flags about 30 miles at Stanton. The baseball statium for a ballgame is great and its located down by the arch and also down there is the oldest church west of the MIssissippi. These things are real close together like within walking distance of each other. That is the ballgame, church, and arch.
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WE live in St. Louis and there is the science center to see which is just a few blocks from the St. Louis zoo. So you would beable to see both in day. City museum is a great place for the kids. Meremac Caverns is before you get into St. Louis. It is west on Hwy 44 out of St. Louis which would be past six flags about 30 miles at Stanton. The baseball statium for a ballgame is great and its located down by the arch and also down there is the oldest church west of the MIssissippi. These things are real close together like within walking distance of each other. That is the ballgame, church, and arch.
Meremac is awesome, nice and cool in this heat, campground right outside no frills but bring your canoe or tube and float the river.
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