When traveling in the southeast region of the state, consider a Poplar Bluff, Missouri bed and breakfast for your accommodations. Poplar Bluff is the gateway to the Ozarks between St. Louis and Memphis. The earliest permanent settlements in Butler County were along the Natchitoches Trail, an old Indian Trail on Ten Mile Creek and Cane Creek, west of Poplar Bluff.
Poplar Bluff is home to the Black River Festival and the Butler County Fair. Black River Coliseum is located in the historic downtown along the banks of the Black River and houses concerts, sporting events, conventions, banquets, and other events.
If you choose a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri in Poplar Bluff, you can take day trips to numerous attractions in the southeast region of the state. For instance, Southeast Missouri Agricultural Museum holds the state’s largest collection of antique farm machinery. Located next to the Museum are Granny’s Antiques as well as two authentic log cabins, a reconstructed service station, a post office, a schoolhouse, a country church, a newspaper office, a bank, and the railroad station.
For a special treat, visit Lambert’s Cafe which highlights “Throwed Rolls” freshly baked all day, every day.