This One Little Missouri Town Is A Nature Lover’s Dream

Only In Missouri
Only In Missouri

Missouri’s adorable small towns can leave us with quite the quandary, especially when we’re looking for the perfect destination to spend the day. Louisiana, a charming small Missouri town, blends both an historic setting with nature to create a picture-perfect day trip or getaway. Whether you feel like spending time outdoors or crave a hearty meal, you’ll find plenty of ways to spend your time in this darling town.

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Snuggled along the Mississippi River, Louisiana boasts a rich history that dates back to 1816.
Today, the small town, home to just over 3,000 residents, is known as having "the most intact Victorian Streetscape in the state of Missouri,” according to The Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Ten of its buildings and homes, in fact, have earned spots on the Natural Register of Historic Places. A stroll through town provides a glimpse at its historic homes and buildings and…
Nature lovers will find plenty of places to enjoy the fresh air, the rolling landscape, and the scenic views. John B. Henderson Riverfront Park, for example, boasts some of the town’s best views.
Bring your camera along because, as you stand along the river bank on a clear day, you can see as far as 20 miles away in Illinois. The park is also perfect for relaxing as riverboats and barges pass by.
Lounge with a picnic at Riverfront Park in downtown Louisiana, a particularly popular spot in January when the bald eagles pass over during migration. The park also features a boat ramp.
For more beautiful views, stop by the historic Riverview Cemetery, the final resting place of more than 14,000 Missourians. Stop to drink in the view, too, of the Mississippi River and of the enchanting downtown area.
Henry Lay Sculpture Park perfectly pairs nature with art. Embark on a 40-minute stroll through some of the 350-acre nature park that’s home to a cemetery, a maple grove, and 20 acres of artwork.
Louisiana is also home to an eclectic selection of restaurants, shops, and attractions.
Start planning your visit on the official website of Visit Louisiana, Missouri . Or, go here for Facebook.

Have you been to this adorable Missouri town? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! Missouri is a nature lover’s dream come true, don’t you think? Here’s the ultimate bucket list For Missourians who are obsessed with nature.

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Tomas Tomas

Try IZOLAS restraunt for lunch, you will need a doggie bag to go. The BBQ pork steak is great.Oh,and the pork tenderloin is about the size of a Cadillac hubcap.Its not fancy just a family owned restaurant.Yeah that's the name IZOLAS.And she will probably be there.Enjoy.


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