Stay at a Boonville, Missouri Bed and Breakfast for a weekend getaway and experience railroad history including the Boonville Depot of the Katy Trail, formerly the old route of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas rail line. There are several preserved train cars and restored depots along the trail. The Boonville station is the only surviving Spanish Mission style depot on the trail. Katy Trail is the longest and narrowest state park in the nation.
As another historical note, one of the first land battles of the Civil War was fought just outside Boonville, MO and there are hundreds of local properties listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
Located in the central region of the state, the close proximity to St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, and Lake of the Ozarks makes Boonville an anchor point for trips. Choose one of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri as your travel accommodations alternative to a hotel.