Eureka, MO

Things to do in Eureka

Tyrone Wallace
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EUREKA, MO – Eureka is one of the best places to visit during your time in St. Louis. You may visit several famous spots for your itinerary lists. It is located along Interstate 44 and is 20 minutes away from downtown St. Louis. If you are willing to stroll around Eureka, this is the list of recommended spots you can visit.

Eureka is known for the Gateway to the Missouri Ozarks because of its rolling hills and status during the establishment of the city. You may witness the citywide nature trails, path and waterways, and four conservations areas. There is Route 66 State Park as one of the parks and public lands to relax after sightseeing in the city. Besides, Eureka has Endangered Wolf Center, a non-profit wildlife facility to preserve the wild species there.

During your time in Eureka, you may download Eureka Parks App to get up-to-date info regarding the parks and recreation news.

There are some amusement parks that you may enjoy, which are Six Flags and Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park. While Six Flags is for those of you who love adventures, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park is a bonfire and campsite that is located at Route 66 KOA Campground. At the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, you may rent a cabin or cottage, or ring your own tent for a night under the clear sky.

Another spot that you can visit is Brookdale Farms, where you can enjoy the scenery of the Meramec River and witness the artifacts from Shawnee Indians that were resided there. You can rent canoes and kayaks for having a rafting experience for your journey in nature.

For further information regarding Eureka, you may visit the local government’s website through this link.

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