With Missouri Day Trips By Theme, You’ll Always Have Something to Do!
Have you ever asked, “What should we do today?” If so, then you need Missouri Day Trips by Theme. This comprehensive book by Brian Blair leads you to the fun, the fascinating, and the downright unusual. It’s packed with more than 150 of the Show-Me State’s top spots for entertainment and enjoyment.
There are endless opportunities for outdoor adventure in the Ozark Mountains and beyond. Plus, Missouri has played a remarkable role in American history―from the cultural heritage of Native American tribes to the Lewis & Clark Expedition and more. The past has been preserved at museums and historical sites across the state.
Take a simple day trip, or string together a longer vacation of activities that catch your interest. Destinations in the book are organized by themes, such as Caves, Hiking, Small-Town Getaways, and Sports, so you can decide what to do and then figure out where to do it. Useful for singles, couples, and families―visitors and residents alike―this guide by debut author Brian Blair encompasses a wide range of interests.
Discover the state’s unique attractions: Observe a herd of wild bison, tour the boyhood home of Mark Twain, spend an afternoon in Amish country, visit George Washington Carver’s Farm, and more. The book’s handy size makes it perfect for bringing along on your road trips. Find an adventure that feels handpicked for you. With Missouri Day Trips by Theme at your fingertips, you’ll always have something to do!
About the author: Brian Blair grew up on a small family farm in the Missouri Ozarks, where he developed a deep appreciation for the people and landscape of his home state. For the past 20 years, he has lived and worked all over the United States. He has wrangled giraffes and rhinos in the Louisiana bayou and bear dogs in the mountains of Montana, and he has worked to preserve Hellbender habitat in Appalachian Ohio. Recently, Brian completed his MFA in fiction at the University of Missouri and is on the road again in a beat-up old RV with his wife, daughter, and Great Pyrenees, collecting stories for his first novel.