Check into a charming inn next to a lake, unwind in a stylish cottage in the Ozark Mountains, or spend your weekend on a beautiful vineyard with a spa. If you are looking for the perfect romantic spot to relax and rejuvenate near Kansas City, these are some of the best places to visit.

1. The Inn at Hermannhof, Hermann

The Inn at Hermannhof, Hermann
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The gracious Inn at Hermannhof overlooks the Hermann Historic District alongside the Missouri River, where it recalls the elegance and hospitality of a bygone era. Guests have the option to stay in one of the boutique hotel rooms located in the main building or to opt for more space and privacy in one of the fully restored hillside cottages which were once wine houses and date back to the 1830’s. Either way, you can anticipate old-world charm alongside modern convenience. Rooms in the main building all have whirlpool tubs for 2 and oversized showers and all have coffee machines and fireplaces to keep your warm and cozy. A delicious breakfast is served every morning.

237 E. 1st Street, Hermann, MO 65041, 573 486 5199

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2. Cedar Crest Lodge, Pleasanton, KS

Cedar Crest Lodge, Pleasanton, KS
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The award-winning Cedar Crest Lodge is a popular destination for a romantic getaway, engagement, wedding or other celebration. The sprawling 100-acre property is conveniently located just an hour from Kansas City, where it offers a unique country-style ambiance. The lodge has 11 individually appointed guest rooms for you to choose from – each suite has its own charm and personality. All have oversized showers for 2 and some have 2-person whirlpool tubs – the French Quarter room is definitely the most romantic option. Breakfasts and dinners at the lodge are included in your rate and feature local organic fruit and vegetables – diners are welcome to provide their own alcoholic drinks.

25939 E. 1000th Rd, Pleasanton, KS 66075, 913 352 6533

3. Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Ophelia’s Restaurant & Inn

Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Ophelia’s Restaurant & Inn
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Ophelia’s Restaurant & Inn is the perfect place to stay or dine in Independence, Missouri. The building front dates back to 1907 while the back portion was built in 1948. The inn has a range of newly decorated rooms above the fine dining restaurant.

Each room is designed to sleep two guests and features a private bathroom, cable on a flat screen, down comforter, hair dryer, robes, fridge, coffee pot, microwave, an irons with ironing board, and an alarm clock featuring an MP3 charger. Guests also get access to free parking, wireless internet, and the building’s elevator.

You can order anything from the full restaurant menu to be delivered via room service. Breakfast is included in the inn’s rate and is served in the restaurant. If you want, you can also arrange Pilates, yoga, spa services, or ask the staff for other recommendations.

201 N. Main, Independence, MO, 816-461-4525

4. Romantic Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Hermann Hill

Romantic Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Hermann Hill
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Herman Hill is an upscale bed and breakfast that has won numerous awards during its more than 20 years in the business. There are a range of room types and traditional luxury suites.

Guest rooms and suites offer large private baths, hot tubs for two people, steam showers, fireplaces, king-sized sleigh beds, window-side tables, private patios or balconies, fridges, TVs with cable and Blu-Ray/DVD players, fans, irons, cutting boards, glasses, wine openers, CD players, towel warmers, hair dryers, wireless internet, and other luxuries. Some rooms also have fully-stocked refrigerators. Guests may also stay in cottages or spa rooms.

Guests have access to the dining deck with a gas grill and a fire pit table. The spa atmosphere of the inn is enhanced by views of the private Norton and Hermann Hill Vinyards. Hermann Hill is a vineyard and spa in addition to an inn, providing plenty of things for guests to do, including have a couple’s massage or spa treatment. S’mores are served in the evening and there is an appetizer bar and margarita machine. Guests also have cocoa, tea, and coffee in room. The daily continental breakfast is an alternative to the full country breakfast. At night, you receive ice cream, warm cookies, and Hermann Hill port chocolate-raspberry sauce.

711 Wein Street, Hermann, MO, 573-486-4455

5. Romantic Getaway: The Inn at Harbour Ridge

Romantic Getaway: The Inn at Harbour Ridge
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The Inn at Harbour Ridge is a bed and breakfast conveniently close to the Lake of the Ozarks. Some guest rooms include fireplaces, private patios or decks, whirlpool tubs, and private hot tubs under the stars.

All rooms have wireless internet, cable TV with DVD players, air conditioning, king or queen sized beds with Comphy Company sheets, down comforters, and other amenities perfect for romance. In addition to the four guestrooms, there is also a private guest cottage with a rock patio, mini’kitchen, fire bowl on the patio, second bath with separate shower, electric fireplace, and whirlpool tub.

Guests have access to the gazebo and dock along with fireplaces and TVs in common areas. There is complimentary music and movies as well as table games. Outside, you will find a swim platform right on the lake. You can take a walk through the gardens or even rent out the place for an event. Every morning, breakfast is served fireside or you can have it delivered to your room. There are also complimentary sodas and snacks.

6334 Red Barn Road, Osage Beach, MO, 573-302-0411

6. Clover Cliff Ranch Bed and Breakfast, Elmdale, KS

Clover Cliff Ranch Bed and Breakfast, Elmdale, KS
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Checking into the Clover Cliff Ranch B&B is a bit like stepping back in time. The beautiful old ranch building dates back to the late 19th century and has been beautifully restored to offer all the grace and charm of the Victorian era. The guestrooms are beautifully appointed and those in the main house are furnished with period pieces. However, there is no lack of modern conveniences like flat-screen TV and private bathrooms. Downstairs, guests have several common areas to enjoy including the Family Parlor and the Sun Porch which offers fabulous views out over the Ranch. A hearty country breakfast is served every morning.

826A Highway 50, Elmdale, KS 66850, 620 343 0621

7. Anchor Inn on the Lake, a Romantic Getaway from Kansas City, Missouri

Anchor Inn on the Lake, a  Romantic Getaway from Kansas City, Missouri
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The Anchor Inn on the Lake is the perfect place for a relaxing romantic getaway. Guests can choose from one of the four guest rooms within the main inn or one of the two separate cottages which are a half mile from the inn on top of a bluff that overlooks Table Rock Lake.

Amenities vary slightly by room, but most inn rooms include king or queen beds, sitting areas, private exterior entrances, two-person air massage tubs, spa robes, electric fireplaces, private balconies or decks, TVs with DVD players, wireless internet, irons with ironing boards, hairdryers, and radios with CD players. They may also have a spa tub/shower combination instead of the massage tub. The cottages have even more amenities, but don’t include breakfast. They do, however, have DirectTV, private hot tubs, patio furniture on their private decks, grills, sleeper sofas, fully kitchens, and large living rooms.

Guests staying in an inn room receive complimentary breakfast with fresh brewed Ozark Mountain coffee, fruit juice, and tea along with a full breakfast that is either sweet or savory. Breakfast always includes fresh fruit and the inn can accommodate dietary restrictions with notice.

100 Hurtville Lane, Branson West, MO, 417-338-9140

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8. Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Red Bud Cove

Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Red Bud Cove
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Red Bud Cove provides its guests with luxury and serenity next to the Table Rock Lake. Suites all include private baths, wireless internet, phones, DVD players, and TVs. There are queen and king suites that are perfect for couples and the honeymoon suites include fireplaces and 2-person whirlpool tubs. You can choose from one queen suite, three king suites, three honeymoon suites, or two family suites.

The inn has gorgeous views and plenty of wildlife to enjoy. There are also places to swim as well as opportunities for boating, biking, hiking, and fishing. You can even rent a bike or boat nearby. There is also a hot tub available year round. The day begins with a full breakfast in the dining room.

162 Lakewood Drive, Hollister, MO, 417-334-7144

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9. Beaver Lake Cottages

Beaver Lake Cottages
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Beaver Lake Cottages gives small groups and couples the perfect chance to get away from their hectic lives in glass-front cabins in the Ozark Mountains. Every cabin and suite has gorgeous views, king beds with pillow-top mattresses, two person hot tubs, CD and DVD players, access to the DVD library, HDTV with direct satellite, and wireless internet.

The cottages come with fully-equipped kitchens and include towels, dishes, pots, basic ingredients, coffeemakers, BBQ grills, firewood starters and firewood, and phones.

When guests arrive, they are treated to snacks and sparkling juice or wine. The property has various nature trails to let you explore the creek beds and rock bluffs. In the morning, suites and one-room cottages receive juice and pastries, but guests in two-bedroom cottages are welcome to use their kitchens to prepare their own meals.

2865 Mundell Road, Eureka Springs, AR, 888-701-8439

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10. The Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks

The Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks
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The Keeter Center lets guests stay in the Mabee Lodge with its handsome furnishings and rustic design. There are fifteen suites to stay in, each with views of the downtown skyline and the campus. All rooms have refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, fireplaces, private balconies, and wireless internet along with robes.

Alternatively, guests can rent the Bluff House with multiple rooms including a master suite with a king bed, wood-burning fireplace, flat-screen TV and a loft suite with a roof-top balcony and queen-size bed. This house also has a living area with another fireplace, a dining area with bay windows, a lower area with a kitchenette, an outdoor custom hot tub, wireless internet, cable TV, and alarm system.

Guests can explore the well-maintained grounds or take advantage of one of the indoor and outdoor sitting areas. The on-site Dobyns Dining Room in the restaurant provides delicious food made from fresh local ingredients whenever possible, including vegetables grown on-site. There is also an on-site Gourmet Bakery with fruit drinks, coffee, dessert, and fresh pastries, and the Beulah I. Winfrey gift shop. The nightly turn-down service includes fresh cookies with milk and in-room breakfast is delivered daily.

1 Opportunity Avenue, Point Lookout, MO, 417-239-1900

11. Romantic Getaway Near Me: Amber House Bed and Breakfast

Romantic Getaway Near Me: Amber House Bed and Breakfast
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Right by the Katy Trail, the Amber House Bed and Breakfast gives guests breathtaking views combined with luxury.

The rooms can include BainUltra Jetted Tubs and all rooms have individual temperature controls, electric fireplaces, ceiling fans, iPod docking stations, TVs with DVD players to view movies from the extensive DVD library, free wireless internet, private baths, luxurious linens, hair dryers, and spa-quality toiletries. Other possible amenities include 4-poster beds, soaking tubs that fit two people, walk-in showers, and a spa bath.

Guests can borrow one of the inn’s bikes to ride along the Katy Trail or just go for a stroll on it. You can also schedule a professional massage at the only in-house massage studio in Rocheport. There is on-site parking, bike storage, and plenty of rocking chairs on the inn’s large wraparound porch. Wake up with a multi-course breakfast and repeat the experience for dinner. The breakfast includes fresh fruit and items like omelets, French toast, homemade yogurt and granola, pancakes, and more.

705 Third Street, Rocheport, MO, 573-698-2028

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12. Romantic Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Lehmann House Bed and Breakfast

Romantic Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Lehmann House Bed and Breakfast
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This bed and breakfast is in an 1893 custom mansion and now hosts guests in one of the four rooms. Each guest room has a private bath and other amenities include irons with ironing boards, hair dryers, free wireless internet, clock radios, and chilled bottled water.

Some rooms also have wood-burning fireplaces and bathtubs in addition to the shower. The rooms are designed to sleep four but some can accommodate up to four guests.

During free time, guests can relax on the porch, read in the library by the fireplace, or sit in the Victorian parlor to rest or watch TV. Breakfast is served in the dining room where there is also a fireplace. Breakfast features crystal, fine china, and fancy silverware and you can schedule an earlier or to-go breakfast if necessary. Breakfast includes fresh fruit, fresh pastries, egg entrees, breakfast meats, toast, and both jam and honey. There is also ice cold milk, tea, fruit juice, and coffee along with basics like cereal and bagels.

10 Benton Place, St. Louis, MO, 314-422-1483

13. Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Depot Inn and Suites, La Plata, MO

Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Depot Inn and Suites, La Plata, MO
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More than just another hotel, the Depot Inn and Suites celebrates the history of the railroads of America by displaying historic rail artifacts in the corridors (and just about everywhere else). Always a fun choice for a romantic getaway, the Depot Inn and Suites boasts four luxury whirlpool suites which are ideal for both rail enthusiasts and romantic couples. The interesting inn has a pool table, fireplace and sofa in the lobby and an indoor heated swimming pool with a locomotive theme. Things to do include visiting the Amtrak Museum, exploring the area by bike or enjoying a wine tasting from Silver Rails Wines. Breakfast is served every morning and all-day coffee is available in the lobby.

1245 N. Brown Street, La Plata, MO 63549, 660 332 4669

14. Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Angel at Rose Hall

Weekend Getaways from Kansas City: Angel at Rose Hall
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This bed and breakfast is in the Historic District of Eureka Springs and is a Christian inn with a Wedding Chapel. The building is a recreation of a historic 1880s Victorian mansion but is able to offer modern comforts since it is a recreation.

The Angel at Rose Hall specializes in honeymoons, weddings, and romantic getaways and features hand-crafted furniture, stain glass windows that are a century old, and five elegant guest rooms. The suites have king-sized beds, fireplaces, balconies, and 2-person soaking tubs with complimentary bath salts. Three rooms also have romantic porch swings.

For added convenience, there is a turn-down service and concierge service. You can also borrow irons with ironing boards, use a fridge, or fax something. The inn has an acre of land, providing plenty of complimentary parking and areas to explore. The inn has wireless internet. The Angel is known for its delicious baked goods and grand gourmet breakfast. During the day, you can enjoy fresh fruit, free snacks, brownies, cookies, bottled water, soda, coffee, gourmet tea, hot chocolate, and cider.

46 Hillside Avenue, Eureka Springs, AR, 479-253-5405

15. Romantic Getaways Near Me: Grand Central Hotel

Romantic Getaways Near Me: Grand Central Hotel
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This pet-friendly hotel is just a few miles from the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve and incredibly close to the National Scenic Byway. This small and elegant hotel has ten oversized rooms with beautiful appointments and a western flair. Each room is slightly different, but most have two queen beds while two have king beds.

Some also have gorgeous views, paver-bricked patios, 12 foot high ceilings, window seats, ceiling fans, and original brick walls. No matter where in the hotel you are, you will notice that the building truly reflects its history while providing modern amenities.

The room arrangements make it good for couples or families. The restaurant, the Grand Central Grill, offers a relaxed atmosphere for fine dining with items like fine steaks. You can enjoy dishes like salads, sandwiches, burgers, and desserts.

215 Broadway, Cottonwood Falls, KS, 620-273-6763

16. Romantic Getaways from Kansas City: The Inn at Rose Hall

Romantic Getaways from Kansas City: The Inn at Rose Hall
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This romantic bed and breakfast provides luxury and privacy in a friendly atmosphere. Each of the five suites has a sitting area, a fireplace, robes, queen or king beds, a jetted tub for two people in the private baths, in-room phones, and cable TVs with DVD players with access to the inn’s DVD library. There is also wireless internet throughout and basic amenities such as shampoo, conditioner, hair dryers, irons, and ironing boards. You can request an iPod docking station as well.

There are a range of available packages, including those for weddings, honeymoons, and other romantic getaways. Guests can add a fruit basket, chocolates, or flowers to their room as well. All guests have access to the Guest Pantry where you will find treats and homemade cookies along with tea, coffee, and soft drinks. The first night you arrive, you will find hand-dipped chocolate truffles in the room. Breakfast is served in the Morning Room and everyone eats at a private table where you can keep to yourselves or talk to other guests.

46 Hillside Ave, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, 479-253-5405

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17. Old Kinderhook Resort, Golf Club and Spa, Camdenton, MO

Old Kinderhook Resort, Golf Club and Spa, Camdenton, MO
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Located at Lake of the Ozarks in the heart of Missouri, Old Kinderhook Resort has everything you need for a great weekend getaway. Active couples will love being surrounded by more than 700 acres of beautiful landscape, a premier golf club and a lake for boating and other water sports. In winter you can lace up your skates and enjoy the ice skating rink. You can choose a comfortable Lodge room overlooking the golf course or opt for more space and privacy in one of the Golf Villas or Rental Cottages. On-site amenities include indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, a fitness center, golf course and a Marina.

678 Old Kinderhook Dr, Camdenton, MO 65020, 573 317 3500

18. Camden on the Lake Resort, Lake Ozark, MO

Camden on the Lake Resort, Lake Ozark, MO
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Camden on the Lake Resort comprises a luxury lodge, a yacht club and a spa right on the edge of Lake of the Ozarks. As such, it is an attractive option for a romantic getaway, particularly if you enjoy sailing and boating. All the guest rooms and suites are elegant and modern and all have furnished kitchenettes, luxury bed linens, separate lounge areas and private balconies overlooking the lake. For a special occasion you could book the lavish Grand Suite which has a private jetted tub. Resort amenities include an outdoor pool with swim-up bar, fitness center, spa and the Horny Toad entertainment Complex which features restaurants and live entertainment.

2359 Bittersweet Rd, Lake Ozark, MO 65049, 573 365 5620

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19. Inn on Crescent Lake, Excelsior Springs

Inn on Crescent Lake, Excelsior Springs
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The Inn on Crescent Lake has to be the most romantic getaway in Kansas City. The inn is located in a beautiful Georgian Colonial mansion which was built in 1915 and has been painstakingly restored to its former glory. The rooms and suites have been individually decorated to provide a restful cocoon to which you will return each night and many of them feature whirlpool tubs and/or large walk-in showers. There is a large outdoor pool and delicious breakfast is served every morning. On-site activities include fishing and boating on the lake and nature walks in the grounds while all the attractions of Downtown Excelsior Springs are on your doorstep.

1261 St. Louie Ave, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024, 816 630 6745

20. The Elms Hotel and Spa, Excelsior Springs, MO

The Elms Hotel and Spa, Excelsior Springs, MO
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The Elms Hotel and Spa has been a landmark building in Excelsior Springs for more than 130 years. Synonymous with the grace and charm of yesteryear, the Elms is an exceptional destination for a romantic escape. Regardless of which guestroom you choose, you can anticipate a luxurious experience enhanced by luxury bed linens, personal Keurig coffee machine, and separate lounging areas. One of the highlights of the Elms Hotel is the spa which offers rejuvenating facial and body treatments, massages and the chance to soak and relax in the Grotto. The Three Owls restaurant serves delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is an additional Tavern and coffee house.

401 Regent Street, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024, 816 630 5100

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21. Rockcliffe Mansion, Hannibal, MO

Rockcliffe Mansion, Hannibal, MO
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Rockcliffe Mansion is both a romantic B&B and an actual Historic House Museum. The beautiful Revival Style mansion was built as a private dwelling during the Gilded Age and is perched on the edge of a limestone bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Most of the original fitting have been preserved to add great character to the building. Today you can spend a weekend in one of the rooms which has specially been reserved for the B&B. The rooms and suites are beyond romantic, featuring original period furnishings and décor. Residents get a free guided tour of the property and a complimentary cheese and wine reception, as well as a home-cooked breakfast.

1000 Bird Street, Hannibal, MO 63401, 573 221 4140

22. The Tiger Hotel, Columbia

The Tiger Hotel, Columbia
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Celebrating the magical atmosphere of the Roaring Twenties, the Tiger Hotel is a much-loved Columbia landmark and an ideal destination for your next romantic getaway from Kansas City. While the building may be historic, the rooms are right up to date featuring sophisticated modern décor, iPod docking station, luxury bed linens and bath amenities. Some have deep soaking tubs while others have large walk-in showers. Although you are located in the heart of the city, you do not need to leave the hotel to eat; Glenn’s Café is one of the most popular eateries in town, serving a selection of American Midwest comfort foods with Cajun and Creole influences.

23 S. 8th Street, Columbia, MO 65201, 573 875 8888

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Located within the campus of the College of the Ozarks in Missouri, the Ralph Foster Museum had humble beginnings. Founded in the 1920's, the museum is now one of the foremost historical preservation institutions in America's Midwest. The college's president at the time, Dr. Robert M. Good, became interested in the idea of a museum being present on campus. He made space available in the basement of Abernathy Hall for the display of various items. When the boy's residence hall was vacated, the entire building was converted into a museum.

The primary mission today of the Ralph Foster Museum is to collect, interpret, exhibit, and preserve items related to the region of the Ozarks. Of the most famous exhibits at the museum is the original vehicle used in the television show "The Beverly Hillbillies." Visitors will also find natural history, weapons, dolls, antiques, and other objects from around the world. Ralph Foster, for whom the museum is named, was one of the true radio pioneers. Foster was one of the first to realize the vast potential of radio, both as an exciting means of mass entertainment and education.

There is a very wide variety of items on display at the Ralph Foster Museum. The Apollo Mission display features a plaque that is one of three created from the original mold. One of the other plaques was left during a mission on the moon. The Cameo Collection includes cameos made from an array of materials, such as precious gems and shells.

The museum also includes exhibits about the natural history of the Ozarks region. Many different animals are on display in the North American Taxidermy section of the exhibit. A Rolls-Royce Phantom II, the last of the 6-cylinder cars made under F. Henry Royce's supervision, is also on display at the Ralph Foster Museum.

The Star School at the Ralph Foster Museum provides visitors with a glimpse in to the past. This one-room, turn-of-the-century schoolhouse can be found just to the north of the museum. Star School Number 38 was originally located along the banks of Flat Creek in Barry County, downstream from Mc Dowell, Missouri. The College of the Ozarks received the small schoolhouse in 1975. The building had to be moved in sections due to narrow roads, and then meticulously put back together beside the museum. On March 28, 1981, four teachers who had taught students at the Star School were honored at dedication ceremonies: Ella Garris, Leta Thomas Chastain, Edna Berry Melton, and Ben Stubblefield.

The Ralph Foster Museum provides many educational programs for younger visitors to the museum. The Discovery Room offers several interactive, hands-on activities for children four to nine years of age. An adult must accompany children while they are in the Discovery Room. Teachers can take advantage of loan kits to use in their classrooms. These kits contain text, worksheets, audio, and artifacts, and are loaned to educators for a five-day period.

1 Cultural Court, Point Lookout, Missouri, Phone: 417-690-3407

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Stretching out across Stone and Taney counties in the southern part of the state of Missouri, Branson is one of the state's most popular resort destinations. It's a beautiful mountain retreat, nestled among the Ozark Mountains and offering stunning views in every direction and magical outdoor opportunities. Founded back in the 1880s, the town was named after Reuben Branson, who worked as the postmaster and general store owner back in the late 19th century.

Branson is a relatively small and sleepy town in general; it covers just 20 square miles of land and is home to a little over 11,000 people, but attracts many more all through the year due to its prime location for exploring the Ozarks and its many live entertainment venues and theaters. The city is best known for one road in particular: 76 Country Boulevard. This street is filled with entertainment theaters like Dolly Parton's Stampede, ensuring that there's always something fun going on in Branson.

Some of the city's other attractions include the Grand Country Music Hall, the Hollywood Wax Museum Branson, Titanic Museum, Ripley's Odditorium, Silver Dollar City, and various zip lines, mini golf courses, cave tours, mountain hiking trails, and so much more. Branson is a prime place to visit on a road trip or RV ride around Missouri, and the area is home to a lot of high quality RV parks. Read on for full details on the best RV parks in Branson, MO.

One of the top rated RV parks in Branson, Branson Shenanigans RV Park is situated in a great area right by all the big shows and entertainment areas. It's only two blocks away from the 'Strip' of Branson, offering easy access to the city's attractions while still providing a calm, peaceful, cozy atmosphere for people of all ages to enjoy. You can spend a day exploring the city and catching a show or two before retreating the tranquil surroundings of Branson Shenanigans RV Park in the evenings.

This site features full RV hook-ups with 30/50 amp power, water, and sewer, as well as high speed Wi-Fi and cable TV for an additional charge. Amenities at this site are relatively simple, with nice picnic tables, shady areas, a clubhouse, and impeccably maintained restrooms available for all guests. You can also speak to the friendly staff at this Branson RV park to get discounts and special offers on tickets for Branson's best shows like Baldknobbers Jamboree, the Grand Jubilee, and Dolly Parton's Stampede.

3675 Keeter St, Branson, MO 65616, Phone: 800-338-7275

If you're looking for a picturesque RV park in the Branson area, the City of Branson Lakeside RV could be the best option for you. As the name suggests, this RV park is located right by beautiful Lake Taneycomo, with many of the RV sites offering stunning views of the water and a great place to do some fishing. The huge Branson Landing area is right by this RV park, filled with over 100 stores, restaurants, and a unique water and music show for people of all ages to admire and appreciate.

The RV park also offers good public transport links, with the Branson trolley running right outside and offering free service to both Branson Landing and the historic downtown district of the city. This is a pet-friendly RV park as well, so it's ideal for families with furry friends, and it also features some excellent amenities like two separate picnic pavilions, a dog park, toilets, restrooms, docks, showers, a laundry area, a clubhouse, and more. There are nearly 200 RV sites at this RV park too, so you never have to worry about the place being full.

300 Boxcar Willie Dr, Branson, MO 65616, Phone: 417-334-2915

Warm welcome and lovely surroundings will be waiting to greet you at Oak Grove RV Park, one of the best reviewed RV parks in the Branson area. Located in a prime position for the various entertainment theaters and venues, this RV park offers easy access to the shows and landmarks that have made Branson famous, while also being relatively close to local green areas and lakes for outdoor recreation.

This family friendly RV park is family owned and operated, giving it a nice, community-focused feel with friendly faces around every corner. The park is open all year long and features a good number of full hook-ups and pull-thrus. It also offers a dump station, high speed wireless internet, cable TV for all RVs, showers, restrooms, laundry machines, a meeting room, and more. The Strip is less than a mile away and there are some highly rated local attractions too like Stone Hill Winery, multiple outlet malls, hiking trails, and Table Rock Lake Dam.

780 MO-165, Branson, MO 65616, Phone: 417-334-4781