Southeast Missouri State University - Cape Girardeau, MO

St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Railway - Jackson, MO.800-455-7245
The St Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Railway has three different lengths of regularly scheduled trips using an authentic 1946 steam engine in the summer months and a 1950 E-8A unit during the rest of the year.

Bollinger Mill - State Historic Site

Old McKendree Chapel, National Methodist Shrine

Old Saint Vincent's Church - Cape Girardeau, MO
Built in 1853 in English Gothic style architecture.  SEMO University Chamber Orchestra concerts

Our Lady of the Barren’s Church & Old Seminary Grounds - Perryville, MO

Black Forest Village
2728 County Rd. 638, Cape Girardeau, MO -  573-335-0899
1870s Old West town replica. Two craft shows each year with traditional demonstrations, crafts, food and music. Haunted ghost town tours also given.

Flickerwood Arena - Jackson, MO

Trail of Tears State Park - Jackson, MO.  800-379-2419

Pee-Wah Trail, 9.2 mile trail - (573-334-1711)

Apple Creek Conservation Area Trails, 5 mile trail (573-547-4537)

Caster River Conservation Area Trails, 15 mile trail (573-290-5730)

Crown Valley Winery - Ste Genevieve, MO.

Golf - Visitors are sure to find a golf course to suit their playing level with two driving ranges, one 3-par golf course, one 18-hole regulation golf course, one private course in the city and two semi-private courses in the area. 

Arena Park Golf & Putt Putt, 2901 Hawthorne Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701 (573-332-0860)

Bent Creek Golf Course - Bent Creek Drive Jackson, Missouri 63755 (573-243-6060) 

Cape Girardeau Country Club Golrf, (Private) Country Club Drive Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701 (573-335-8251)

Cape Jaycee Municipal Golf Course, (Public) Perryville Road Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701 (573-334-2031)

The Dalhousie - 302 Blackford Lane Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63703 (573-332-0818) 
In it's January 2004 issue, Golf Digest Magazine named The Dalhousie, "One of the Top 10 Best New Private Club Courses in America."

Kimberland Country Club, (Private) 2175 Jackson Boulevard Jackson, Missouri 63755 (573-243-3923)


Cape Girardeau was a stop for Lewis & Clark in November of 1803. Lewis dined and attended a horse race with Cape's founder, Louis Lorimier, while Clark set up camp at the original site of the inland Cape for which the city is named.


For more information on area attractions, contact the Cape Girardeau Convention & Visitors Bureau at (800) 777-0068.




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Last Updated 7 December 2003