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Free and Low Cost Family Activities

Big Buffalo Creek Conservation Area
660-530-5500

Camping, hunting, bird watching, fishing, trails. Big Buffalo Creek Conservation Area is in east-central Benton and west-central Morgan counties. This 3,612-acre, mostly forested area contains a 6-acre fishing pond, three springs and 3.0 miles of Big Buffalo Creek.



Coffman Beach Access

Boat landing, fishing, birdwatching. From Eldon, take Route Y west to Lake Road Y-20, and watch for the area signs. This access is located at the 2.60 mile marker of the Gravois Arm of Lake of the Ozarks.



Gravois Mills Access

Boat landing, fishing, birdwatching. In Gravois Mills, take Highway 5 to the northern city limits, and watch for the brown area sign and entrance road on the east. This access is located at the 10.10 mile marker of the Gravois Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks.



Lamine River Conservation Area
573-796-0286

Camping, fishing, boat landing. Lamine River Conservation Area has five tracts. From Otterville, take Route A east 1 mile. Highway 50 at the Lamine River provides access. 




Morgan County Historical Society and Museum
118 N. Monroe St., Versailles, MO 65084
573-378-5530
Open May to October, M - F, 10 - 3




Versailles City Pool
806 E. Magnolia, Versailles, MO 65084

Hours are Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and on Sunday from Noon to 5 p.m. During inclement weather the facility is closed.
Prices: Free for age 3 and under. $3 for age 3 to 60, 60 and over is $1.



Versailles Parks and Recreation

The City of Versailles can boast about their four beautifully maintained tax-supported parks; Versailles City Park, Memorial Park, East Side Park and Dunham Park.  The parks contain playground equipment, shelter houses, horseshoes, volleyball and tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, a disc golf course, grills and picnic tables.  The most recent improvement is a handicap-accessible swing set at the main city park.
Summer recreational activities include girls' softball, t-ball, Little League baseball and Babe Ruth programs.

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