The most recent Missouri Department of Natural Resources' news releases may be found below. Be sure to visit the department's main Communications webpage to learn more about our communication resources. If you need additional information, please contact the department's Communications office at 573-751-1010 or 800-361-4827. For Missouri State Parks related topics call 573-751-9392 or 800-334-6946

Current News

News Release Date
Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site conceptual development plan survey now online
Melanie Smith Selected as October 2022 Missouri Department of Natural Resources Team Member of the Month
Ten state parks will temporarily close for managed deer hunts
Robertsville State Park closed due to managed deer hunt Nov. 5-6
Bennett Spring Stream Team #5462 will hold annual clean up Nov. 5
Take a hike at Crowder State Park Nov. 5
Celebrate Ulysses S Grant’s 200th birthday with the Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site
Missouri State Parks holds Missouri Trails Advisory Board meeting on Nov. 5
Laura Ingalls Wilder exhibit comes to Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site
Celebrate National Bison Day at Prairie State Park Nov. 5
Landing after Hours: The Exorcism of Roland Doe program at Missouri State Museum Nov. 2
Missouri State Parks to host Iron Riders event at Nathan and Olive Boone Homestead State Historic Site Nov. 5
Department of Natural Resources awards $24,000 grant to MO-ARK Water Company
Thousand Hills State Park officially opens new trail
Learn to make bread and butter at Current River State Park
Recent mercury spills underscore hazards and health risks
Go batty at Washington State Park Oct. 22
Weston Bend State Park plans fall festival Oct. 29
Public meeting scheduled for Graham Cave State Park Oct. 30
Echo Bluff State Park hosts Halloween in the Park Oct. 29
Halloween Bash planned for Sam A. Baker State Park
Halloween fun planned at St. Francois State Park Oct. 29
Fall rocks at Missouri Mines State Historic Site Oct. 29
Informational video updates for state parks and historic sites posted online
Historical Haunts on the Homestead held at Nathan and Olive Boone Homestead State Historic Site Oct. 29

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