JEFFERSON CITY, MO, AUG. 3, 2022 – Team members from Missouri State Parks invite the public to visit mostateparks.com and view informational videos for Towosahgy, Hunter Dawson, Battle of Lexington and Confederate Memorial state historic sites and Prairie, Pomme de Terre and Thousand Hills state parks.
After watching the videos, the public is encouraged to provide input and comments, as well as submit questions about the historic sites or parks and their operations. Park team members will respond to the comments, answer questions and provide information.
The videos will be online through the month of August for visitors to view at their leisure.
Input from the public is important to Missouri State Parks. The online videos are helping to inform the public on the current status and future plans for parks and historic sites, and offer visitors the opportunity to comment on the facilities. For a list of scheduled informational meetings and a list of videos, visit mostateparks.com/page/66611/informational-meetings.
Locations for the featured state parks and historic sites are:
- Towosahgy State Historic Site, County Road 502 in East Prairie
- Hunter Dawson State Historic Site, 312 Dawson Road in New Madrid
- Battle of Lexington State Historic Site, 1101 Delaware in Lexington
- Confederate Memorial State Historic Site, 211 W. First St. in Higginsville
- Prairie State Park, 128 NW 150th Lane in Mindenmines
- Pomme de Terre State Park, 23451 Park Entrance Road in Pittsburg
- Thousand Hills State Park, 20431 State Highway 157 in Kirksville
For more information on state parks and historic sites, visit mostateparks.com. Missouri State Parks is a division of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.