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Old 09-25-2021, 12:28 PM   #1
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Missouri road

Am planning to take Missouri SR-19 from Cuba, MO to Eminence, and on to US-60. Is SR-19 navigable in a 36 ft motorhome towing a car? Understand it is a scenic drive, especially in the fall.
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We took 19 all the way north to Hermann, MO in our 36' DP.


Yes, very scenic.



If you enjoy "technical driving" go for it.


If you are looking for a "sit back and leave it in drive" route, not your cup of tea.
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Good Old MO 19 is your typical good hwy through the Ozark Mountains. Yes its very doable, however with that said its not a sit back and enjoy the ride type of road in a MH. If you are not used to driving good two lane mountain roads you will be by the time you finish. Google maps says not quite two hours for your trip, I would plan on 3 or so. If possible go north alittle bit and check out the city of Hermann its well worth the trip.

Please take the road and really enjoy the Ozark Mountains.
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If possible go north alittle bit and check out the city of Hermann its well worth the trip.

Please take the road and really enjoy the Ozark Mountains.

I agree, Hermann on the Missouri River is a great experience.


We stay at the and Hermann City Park just on the south side of town-- very nice.
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Thanks for the info, folks! We attended a rally at Salem, but didnít know about the road south. Am familiar with 2-lane mountain roads, and know from experience that some are great for auto, but can be white knuckle for motorhomes. 😜 Will take your advice on Herman, and the city park. Thanks again!
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Yep Hermann is great place to visit, we camped at Graham Cave State Park just north of I-70. Lots of wineries, a good place to eat is the https://www.hermannwursthaus.com/.

The guy with the beard greeting you at the door is the owner.
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