Missouri Summer Camps

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Ymca Camp Wakonda

Ash Grove, MO, 65604

Is your choice going somewhere educational? Will it be spiritual? Will ti be physical or cerebral? Will ti be social or recreational? Camp Wakonda says yes.


Sidney R Baer Day Camp

Saint Louis, MO,

Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch

Steelville, MO, 65565

Ymca Camp Lakewood

Potosi, MO, 63664

Kansas City Rotary Youth Camp

Lees Summit, MO, 64063

Missouri Summer Camps

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Missouri Geography

Geography of Missouri List of Missouri state parks Missouri, showing major cities and roads Missouri borders eight different states, as does its neighbor, Tennessee. No state in the U.S. touches more than eight states. Missouri is bounded on the north by Iowa; on the east, across the Mississippi River, by Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee; on the south by Arkansas; and on the west by Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska . The two largest Missouri rivers are the Mississippi, which defines the eastern boundary of the state, and the Missouri River, which flows from west to east through the state, essentially connecting the two largest metros, Kansas City and St. Louis. Although today the state is usually considered part of the Midwest, historically Missouri was considered by many to be a Southern state, chiefly because of the settlement of migrants from the South and its status as a slave state before the Civil War. The counties that made up "Little Dixie" were those along the Missouri River in the center of the state, settled by Southern migrants who held the greatest concentration of slaves. In 2005, Missouri received 16,695,000 visitors to its national parks and other recreational areas totaling 202,000 acres , giving it $7.41 mil. in .

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