About Missouri


Missouri is known as the "Show Me State"-- meaning one should back up talk with proof. The slogan is not an official one, but it does appear on the license plates. It is an endearing statement that people from Missouri say, "I'm from Missouri, you have to Show Me!".

Missouri typically is categorized as both a Midwestern and a southern state. The region was split on Union and Confederate issues during the Civil War. A small region of the state is called Little Dixie for the influx of southerners that settled there. Famed explorers Lewis and Clark mounted an expedition that led them to discover a large part of the Midwest and upper Western states. Their home base was Missouri. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis is one of the tallest historic sites in the United States and thousands of tourists flock to snap photos of this “Gateway to the West" every year. Visitors can also ride to the top of the Arch for a more expansive view. One of the state's geographic features is where the famed Mississippi River meets the Missouri River. The state is also only one of two in the nation that touches the borders of eight other states. Tennessee is the other.

The Missouri horse industry produces goods and services valued at $718 million. The national industry has a $1.3 billion impact on the Missouri economy when the multiplier effect of spending by industry suppliers and employees is taken into account. 125,100 Missourians are involved in the industry as horse owners, service providers, employees, and volunteers. Even more participate as spectators. The Missouri horse industry directly provides 42,200 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs. Spending by suppliers and employees (in Missouri and other states) generates additional jobs in Missouri for a total employment impact of 56,000. There are 281,000 horses in Missouri, over 70 percent of which are involved in showing and recreation

An invitation to life on the river

Tecumseh, Ozark County, Missouri

Sky above, river below, some meadow, some woods. Sixty-seven surveyed acres, with 3/4 of a mile of river frontage on the North Fork River in Ozark County, MO. Great trout fishing in pristine waters, close to Bull Shoals Lake famous for its bass. Your own piece of paradise in the middle of verdant countryside. Sitting flood-free, easy access to but high above the river. Vacation, tourist business, or a homesite, this property is packed with potential.

Roy Johnson

67.00 ACRES

Tecumseh, Ozark County, Missouri

Beautiful, picturesque setting located on a dead-end lane on 29.5 acres, approximately 20 in flat open fields, the rest wooded - a deer and turkey haven. Wooded slopes take you down to the North Fork of the White River, where 400 feet of river frontage provides excellent trout fishing, kayaking/canoeing. There is a 40' x 30' barn/workshop with cement floor and electricity, customizable for your personal needs. Approximately 25 miles to West Plains, MO or Mountain Home, AR, AND near Norfork and Bull Shoals Lakes. I am a licensed Real Estate Agent Agent in the state of Missouri, selling my own property.

Roy Johnson

29.50 ACRES
3352 SQ FT
Lake of the Ozarks - 9.23 Acres with 826ft of Waterfront

Roach, Camden County, Missouri

Great opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the city with this 9.23 acre piece offering over 826ft of Lake of the Ozarks shoreline. Owner has had lots of rock removed off property creating great level building spots and road is already cut in. You would have HUGE VIEWS of the Osage 42mm from this property! Not many properties left at the lake that are affordable! Would be a great development piece or use as a private retreat! Owner has priced this to move so hurry and take advantage!

Shawn Shelton , RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks

9.00 ACRES
Rocky Mountain Log Home Estate at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri

Lincoln, Benton County, Missouri

This is an unbelievable lake front estate located between the 73 and 74 mile marker on the Osage arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. This Rocky Mountain Built log home is constructed with 10"milled lodge pole pine logs,harvested from Canada with "Swedish Cope" construction with "saddle-notch" corners. This home sits on 180 secluded acres and enhanced with 1,500 feet of shore line. From this home you have a Panoramic view of 2 coves. Knobby Cove to the south, Deer Creek Cove to the West. Home includes 48X84 Work Shop, 48 X 60 Barn with 7 stalls, tack room, chicken room and large loft. Includes 5 lake front lots and 15 back lots in Golden Acres Subdivision. Home has 2 water wells, Como Electric underground electrical service with 400 amp service to home & 250 amp service to out buildings with fiber optic internet. 1/2 mile black top drive to home. Large garden area. Lake side patio with fire pit and retaining wall. See attached for many more details and items included. Beautiful!!!

Lynn Farrell , John Farrell Real Estate Company

180.00 ACRES
6400 SQ FT

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