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St. Francois County : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

Parc
“The view is beautiful and the restaurant is fabulous! Be prepared for slow service, but do not miss the Barbequed Shrimp. Four of the biggest shrimp I have ever eaten, perfectly cooked in an amazing sauce.”
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Vineyard
“Located among the rolling hills of Ste. Genevieve County, Crown Valley Winery offers a large selection of fine wines. It all began with five acres of Chardonel grapes. Now Crown Valley Winery sits on 600 acres with 130 acres of vineyards. We invite you to visit our architectural masterpiece.”
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Parc
“Hawn State Park is one of the loveliest parks in a system full of lovely parks. Clear, sand-bottomed streams, wild areas ripe with orchids and awe-inspiring views combine to make Hawn a place that Missourians treasure. Geology buffs love Pickle Creek for the number of exposed rock types. Hikers frequent the Whispering Pine Wild Area for its quiet trails with expansive views. Bird watchers flock to the park for its variety of birds. And there are plenty of quiet spaces for people to get away and enjoy the outdoors.”
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Parc
“Motorcycle, horseback, Mountain bike riding available. Also an 11 mi. paived loop for cycling, or walking. ”
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Parc
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Parc
“Moderately challenging 2 miles trail with interesting formations, waterfalls and vegetation. ”
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Trail
“Scenic area for short hikes that will probably be your own when you take a chance and visit this secret little gem.”
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Parc
“Engler Park has much to offer, from bird sanctuary, soccer field, walking trails, fishing pond and most famous the region's newest 18-hole Disk Golf course.”
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Parc
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Parc
“This museum offers brilliant insight into the Missouri mining history at large. Fascinating tours. Make sure you ask for Art who is walking encyclopedia and loves sharing his wealth of knowledge (on our first visit we spent there 8 hrs, leaving 4 hrs after museum was officially closed.) ”
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Parc
“Public access to Big River for swimming and fishing. Or take your dog for an easy access dip.”
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