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Area Lodging

Country Inn Resort (573) 267-3800
Bel Air Motel (573) 735-4549
Harbor Inn Condominiums (573) 735-4988
Harbortown Resort RV Park (573) 735-2247
Mark Twain Landing, motel, cabins (573) 735-9422 or (877) 700-9422
Monroe City Inn (573) 735-4200
Rainbow Motel (573) 735-4526
Salt River Inn, Cabins (573) 735-3387
Salt River Resort (866) 802-1515
Cannon Dam Cabins (573) 565-3432
Junction Inn (573) 565-2665
Red Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast (573) 565-0111
Southfork Resort (573) 382-0033
Timber Ridge Resort (573) 565-3135 or (866) 565-3135
Best Western Hotel Clemens (573) 248-1150
Cliffside Bed & Breakfast (573) 248-1461
Comfort Inn Hannibal (573) 221-9988
Day's Inn (573) 248-1700 or (800) 325-2525
Econo Lodge Hannibal (573) 221-0422
Garth Woodside Mansion Bed & Breakfast (573) 221-2789
Hannibal Travel Lodge (573) 221-4100 or (800) 578-7878
Heaven Sent Bed & Breakfast (573) 221-0445
Holiday Inn Express Hannibal (573) 406-0300
Mark Twain Motor Inn (573) 221-7950
Ramada (573) 221-6610
Super 8 (573) 221-5863 or (800) 843-1991
Tom 'N Huck Motel (573) 221-0422
Stoutsville Resort (573) 672-3345
Lodge at Mark Twain Lake (573) 672-3230
Hillcrest Inn (573) 769-2007
Lake Village (660) 327-5151 or (877) 353-5151
Twilight Motel (573) 594-6462

Area Attractions

The Mark Twain State Park offers camping, boat launching, picnic facilities, and playgrounds. For more information contact (573) 565-3440. 

Florida, Missouri is the home to the birthplace of Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens). There is a historical log cabin on display in the area. For more information contact the Mark Twain Birthplace at (573) 565-3449. 

Mark Twain Landing Resort is located 8 miles north of the Clarence Cannon Dam. This resort is home to a waterpark, miniature golf, paddle boats, go carts, a convenience store, camping, lodging, and much more. Call (877) 700-9422 for more information. 

Paris, Missouri, located on the Southwest region of the lake, is a history buffs delight. It offers historical buildings and many venues for research. Some of the "must see" attractions are: Monroe County Courthouse, Union Covered Bridge, and the Three Section Tombstone, along with many more interesting sites. For more information contact the Paris Chamber of Commerce at (660) 327-4450.

Perry, Missouri, situated in Southeast section of the lake, is an antique lover's mecca. Main Street is lined with stores restored to their former glory, all filled with "finds" of a lifetime. The Ralls County Historical Society Museum is located on Main Street as well, and would be the first place to start asking all those geneology questions. For more information contact the Perry Chamber of Commerce at (573)565-2245.

Monroe City, Missouri is north of the lake. It has antique stores, fast food chains, department stores, and welcoming smiles from the residents. For more information contact the Monroe City Chamber of Commerce at (800) 735-4391. 

Hannibal, Missouri has a historic district well known as the home of Samuel Clemens and the model location for Tom Sawyers adventures. Visitors can shop in the historic town or enjoy several museums, just blocks from the mighty Mississippi River. For complete information on the Hannibal area sights,
contact (573) 221-2477 

Mexico, Missouri's downtown is home to the specialty shops you enjoy; antiques quilting, and scrapbook businesses are locally owned and take great pride in their products. Contact the City of Mexico at (573) 581-2100. 

Moberly, Missouri is the product of an 1866 railroad auction. The Chariton and Randolph Railroad connected with the North Missouri Railroad Company here. With the coming of the Wabash Railroad Shops in 1873, Moberly seemed to spring from the prairie overnight, and was subsequently dubbed "The Magic City." Contact the Moberly Chamber of Commerce at (660) 263-6070. 

Palmyra, Missouri might bowl, play golf, swim in one of two pools, shop at a large antique mall on US 61 or in shops in town, or enjoy the recreational facilities of the city park. Contact the Palmyra Chamber of Commerce at (573) 769-0777. 

Vandalia, Missouri's primary shopping areas are on Main Street and along Hwy 54. The city has two name-brand furniture stores, gift shops, appliance stores, flower shop, an antique shop, drug store, ceramic shop, hardware stores, convenience stores, restaurants, and grocery stores.
Contact the Vandalia City Hall at (573) 594-6186.