Route 66 State Park, Eureka

Situated with easy access to the Meramec River, the Route 66 State Park is a welcome break for travellers who want to enjoy nature and see interesting historical displays showcasing Route 66.

Bridgehead Inn, a 1935 roadhouse, serves as Route 66 State Park's visitor center and houses Route 66 memorabilia.

You can also learn the success story of the former resort community of Times Beach, which once thrived on the location of the park. There are excellent opportunities to picnic, exercise, bird watch or study nature.

Kindly recommended by  Kelly M, Missouri, US

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