Spend a quiet getaway at a Steelville, Missouri bed and breakfast surrounded by rolling hills and clean running streams in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. It is an ideal setting for outdoor recreation, so take a cruise down the Meramec or Huzzah Rivers on a canoe or raft and enjoy the incredible panoramic views.
The Choctaw and Cherokee tribes passed through Steelville when forced to leave Georgia and Mississippi to relocate to Oklahoma. On their journey, referred to as “The Trail of Tears”, they were believed to have stopped in Steelville to rest, bury their dead, and get supplies.
Strolling down the historic Main Street takes you back in time to a more gracious and elegant era. The street is not only picturesque, but a collection of fascinating shops with shopping treasures of every description.
A visit to Dillard Mill is less than 20 miles away. Completed in 1908, Dillard Mill sits along Huzzah Creek and is one of Missouri’s best-preserved, water-powered gristmills with most of the original machinery still intact and operational.
While in southeast Missouri, make your travel lodging reservation with a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri in Steelville.