Explore the Outdoors with Your Fort Leonard Wood Soldier!
Our hotel in St. Robert, Mo have frequent guests staying to visit a Solider stationed at the Fort Leonard Wood Army Post. If you're planning to visit Fort Leonard Wood soon, you may be looking for fun things to do with your Soldier. The Fort Leonard Wood area is full of fun things to do, especially if you love the outdoors. Read on to learn about a few fun outdoor activities in and around Fort Leonard Wood!
N. Hwy 63 Rolla, Mo 65401A half-size Stonehenge at the former University of Missouri at Rolla was built to showcase the stone carving capabilities of its High-Pressure Water Jet Lab.
Historic Main Street Footbridge
305 W. 3rd St. Rolla, Mo
A true historic landmark located in Rolla, Mo is a wooden footbridge over the BNSF Railway (formally Southwest Branch of the Pacific Railroad) that once carried vehicle traffic on Main Street. This landmark dates back to December 1860 and played an important role in the Civil War.
Trail of Tears Memorial
100 Historic Route 66 East Waynesville, Mo 5583
A certified historic site on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail is a landmark that was used as a Cherokee encampment. Located at Roubidoux Springs, Laughlin Park in Waynesville, this park is a gorgeous place to visit.
26250 MO-64A, Lebanon, MO 65536
In Laclede County, Bennet Spring is one of Missouri's earliest State Parks that attracts fishermen, nature lovers, kayakers, and is a place of recreation that welcomes visitors! Whether you love to fish or simply want to take in some gorgeous sites, Bennett Sring is a great place to visit!
Piney River Narrows
Houston, MO 65483
Enjoy fishing or floating along the scenic stretch of the Big Piney River. During the spring and summer songbirds migrate and they can be seen and heard.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park
1491 Missouri D, Camdenton, MO 65020
Ha Ha Tonka State Park is located at the Lake of the Ozarks which is just right up the road from our hotels in St.Robert, Mo. Ha Ha Tonka State Park is where nature and history come together with an intriguing history, gorgeous geological features, ruins from a turn-of-the-century stone castle that overlooks the Lake of the Ozarks, and more. Fall is an excellent time of year to visit the park especially if you can catch the park in the peak season for fall foliage.
Book Your Stay at Fort Wood Hotels!
If you're planning to visit a Soldier at Fort Leonard Wood, we hope you found this list of outdoor activities helpful! If you haven't booked your lodging accommodations yet, we hope you'll consider booking with Fort Wood Hotels! We offer great hotel brands, great locations, and a never-ending focus on improving operations define who we are. We are determined to continue investing in our hotels. Give us a call or book directly on our website!