Stanton Travel Guide

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Stanton Travel Blogs (19)
Meramec Caverns, Stanton, United States travel blog

Meramec Caverns

A travel blog entry by ramblinraasch


     Our first big stop of the day was in Stanton, Missouri at the Meramec caverns. Much like our campsite, it was virtually empty. Apparently, Jesse James and his gang used these caves numerous times to keep from being captured. They ...


We're Still In Hilly Missouri

A travel blog entry by dan-judy


We're still driving east through Missouri -- it's a big state and, believe it or not, it's bordered by eight different states.  I never knew that!  I also never knew that Missouri was the starting points for the Pony Express, Santa Fe Trail, and ...

Cavernous Meramec Caverns!, Stanton, United States travel blog

Cavernous Meramec Caverns!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego


  We ended up not going to Hannibal, boyhood home of Mark Twain and "America's Home  Town", yesterday, when we realized it was a two and a half hour drive, and at this time of year many of the attractions have limited weekend-only ...

Central Time, Stanton, United States travel blog

Central Time

A travel blog entry by averynet

Driving through St-Louis MO is an exercise of patience: 2 lanes to the left and 2 lanes to the right rejoin later on the same stretch (why?); the design of this humongous maze and amalgam of freeways, overpasses and highways all fighting to get over each ...

Attractions in Stanton

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Meramec Caverns

Meramec Caverns


I-44 W exit 230 Stanton, Missouri, United States

Discovered in 1716 and later used as a hideout for the notorious Jesse James, this large cavern contains five floors of unusual formations.