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This 12+ acre property has 51 sites, including 27 full hookup sites, 12 water and electric sites, 2 cabins and 10 primitive sites. Some of the sites are pull throughs. The park is on a main state highway and near an interstate highway, so there is a large clientele for overnight stays. However, the park does entertain seasonal guests, also. Its location is within a couple hours’ drive from 3 major cities. Amenities include a swimming pool, store, rec. room, pavilion, and play areas. This property was closed by the previous owner and has had extensive improvements done to it in the past year to ready it for sale. Take a look at this one and think about how you can take it to the “next level” with further improvements and expansion.

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Missouri hospitality industry and services
This page is a collection of links of interest to those seeking to relocate to Missouri or to research the availble services. Those seeking Missouri campgrounds and RV parks for sale will find useful links to the states campground owner's associations as well as tourism sites. General information about the state from Wikepedia, historical societies and university Web sites are included as a general reference. If you would like to add a service offered in Missouri please contact us


Missouri Tourism Sites



Official Tourism Site of Missouri
"Welcome to VisitMO.com From fall vacations to golf getaways to everything in between, Missouri has something for everyone. Tour one of our award-winning wineries. Experience our exciting festivals and events. Or take in the beautiful fall foliage with a scenic drive through the countryside. However you like to VisitMO, you’ll find it here. Learn about some of our best vacation packages, and start planning your trip today!"

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Missouri Historical Information

The Missouri Historical Society
"Founded in 1898 by the Missouri Press Association and a trustee of the state since 1899, the State Historical Society of Missouri is the preeminent research facility for the study of the Show Me State's heritage. Housed in Ellis Library on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus, the Society is well located geographically and institutionally to meet the needs of scholars, genealogists, family and local historians, historic preservationists, journalists and others."

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Missouri Sites of Interest

Missouri's African American History
The Missouri State Archives' African American History Initiative began in October 2001. The initiative aims to create a broad public awareness of the rich contributions of African Americans to the state, as well as offer new resources to historians and others studying Missouri's black history.

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University of Missouri
"The University of Missouri-Columbia was founded in 1839 as the first public university west of the Mississippi River and the first state university in Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase territory. MU provides all the benefits of two universities in one — it's a major land-grant institution and Missouri's largest public research university."

University of Missouri.

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Missouri's Arch and State House.

Missouri on the Wikipedia Web site
"The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that Missouri's total state product in 2003 was $195 billion. Per capita personal income in 2003 was $29,464, ranking 27th in the nation. Major industries include aerospace, transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals, printing/publishing, electrical equipment, light manufacturing, and beer.

The agriculture products of the state are beef, soybeans, pork, dairy products, hay, corn, poultry, and eggs. Missouri is ranked 6th in the nation for the production of hogs and 7th for cattle. Missouri is ranked in the top five states in the nation for production of soy beans. As of 2001, there were 108,000 farms, the second largest number in any state after Texas. Missouri actively promotes its rapidly growing wine industry.

Missouri has vast quantities of limestone. Other resources mined are lead, coal, Portland cement and crushed stone. Missouri produces the most lead of all of the states. Most of the lead mines are in the central eastern portion of the state. Missouri also ranks first or near first in the production of lime.

Tourism, services and wholesale/retail trade follow manufacturing in importance.

Personal income is taxed in 10 different earning brackets, ranging from 1.5 percent to 6.0 percent. Missouri's sales tax rate for most items is 4.225 percent. Additional local levies may apply. More than 2,500 Missouri local governments rely on property taxes levied on real property (real estate) and personal property. Most personal property is exempt, except for motorized vechicles. Exempt real estate includes property owned by governments and property used as nonprofit cemeteries, exclusively for religious worship, for schools and colleges and for purely charitable purposes. There is no inheritance tax and limited Missouri estate tax related to federal estate tax collection."

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Missouri Campground Associations

The Missouri Campground Owners Association - MOARC

The Missouri Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (MOARC) is a non-profit trade association representing the proud RV parks and campgrounds in our great state. Through extensive member education, promotion, and cost-saving programs, MOARC provides their members with services and support that RV Parks and Campgrounds need to improve their bottom line. Additionally, MOARC does all it can while promoting the growth and development of Missouri’s camping and RV industry.

http://www.moarcmembers.com
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Missouri Government Sites

Missouri DNR
"If you're seeking an environmental permit, registration or certification for your business, school, community, or activity, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Permit Assistant can help! This tool is designed to help users determine what type of environmental permits they need and provide the forms to apply for these permits. This easy-to-use tool will ask you a few simple questions to determine your needs."

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Official Missouri government site

The State of Missouri wants to help you develop your business in every way possible. Unfortunately, funding for grants and loans is very limited. With a bit of ingenuity and the resources listed here, you will find the help you need to make your business thrive.

Raising Money or Capital for your Business

Through the State Small Business Credit Initiative, the State of Missouri partners with private lenders to increase the amount of credit available to assist small businesses with job-creating business expansion.

The Missouri Small business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) offers comprehensive business counseling to help you find the proper funding source for your situation, obtain debt or equity financing, and develop strategies for growth without external funding.

The Missouri Catalog of State Assistance Programs provides detailed information about state grants, loans and assistance programs and how to apply for them.

The Department of Economic Development Research Toolbox lists the assistance programs offered t businesses and communities by the State of Missouri.

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