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Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site

7850 N State Highway V, Ash Grove, MO 65604-8159
+1 417-751-3266
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Working on the Missouri State Park Centennial Passport so we stopped in to get the stamp. I really... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2017
649Debbie
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Olathe, Kansas
Definately worth stopping for

Beautiful natural landscapes and a very interesting tour of what is probably the oldest standing... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Rick A
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Springfield, Missouri
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Nathan Boone was a genuine Missouri icon – a hunter, soldier, surveyor, and businessman. Boone carried his father’s name – he was the youngest son of Daniel Boone – deep into the Missouri wilderness. His last home, preserved at Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site, is now a place to travel back to the 1830s. Come explore his home and the cemeteries associated with it and learn more about one of the families that defined early Missouri.
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  • Average21%
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7850 N State Highway V, Ash Grove, MO 65604-8159
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

Working on the Missouri State Park Centennial Passport so we stopped in to get the stamp. I really didn't know about the role Nathan Boone played in Mo history. What an interesting and informative spot. The staff was super helpful and knowledgeable! This is a...More

Thank 649Debbie
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Beautiful natural landscapes and a very interesting tour of what is probably the oldest standing home west of the Mississippi actually dating back to 1836. Ask for Mike to take you on the tour of the home and surrounding property . . it's only $4,...More

Thank Rick A
Reviewed 23 January 2017

I finally was able to stop in on a whim. I had no idea what I would come across and my expectations were probably pretty low. I was blown away. First off, the grounds are immaculately kept. It makes for a wonderful short hike and...More

1  Thank Okieamber
Reviewed 9 November 2016

We have driven by here several times on our way to the lake. We finally stopped and enjoyed our visit.

Thank Narsha H
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Nathan Boone Homestead is about 16 miles off of I-44 out of Springfield, Mo.. It is open only Friday thru Sun. There is the homestead, a small grave where Nathan and his wife are buried and a slave grave. It was a small easy walking...More

Thank 411tanya
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

Closed when we got there. Apparently only open on weekends and limited hours. I looked this up before we went and was under the impression it would be open. So to help y'all out, I took a picture of sign with days and hours of...More

2  Thank Heather M
Reviewed 26 May 2016

We went on a weekend in the spring and had the place to ourselves. The young man gave us a private tour and told us so much about the Boones and the homestead. You will see the house and barn and the Boone family cemetery...More

Thank pkmsMissouri
Reviewed 25 February 2016 via mobile

I visited during a conference field trip and the tour was excellent. Each guide has a different technique and Dakota made the tour enjoyable. His extensive knowledge about the Boone farm, occupants, and place in history will connect you a little-mentioned part of Springfield's role...More

Thank Jeanne S
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Discover this little recognized MO pioneer and son of Daniel Boone. Not much to see, but if you like old cabins and cemeteries, the staff are able to tell the story of Nathan and his family. Well worth the trip if you are a history...More

1  Thank Jeanne S
Reviewed 12 April 2015

was a nice walk around the grounds, small but very informative museum inside welcome center, very interesting history

Thank Chris H
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