In the state of Missouri can play golf, hunt quail, deer, turkey, waterfowl and elk, rainbow trout and snook, walk along the Mississippi River and visit the impressive caves. Also enjoy the landscapes from plains culture in the northwest, through the rolling Ozark mountains and wilderness areas. In addition, wetlands southeast, allows travelers to enjoy a wide range of activities. Do not forget to visit the Mark Twain National Forest, the Mingo National Wildlife Refuge and the Ozark Trail, which attracts backpackers, hikers and climbers.

Counties of

The state of Missouri is situated in the central northwestern United States, which bordered on the north Iowa, east to Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee, south to Arkansas and west by Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska. It has a population of 5,988,927 people distributed in 115 counties within an area of 112,178 square miles. He was nicknamed "The Gateway to the West", or "Show Me State". Its capital is Jefferson City.


Adair Andrew Atchison
Audrain Barry Barton
Bates Benton Bollinger
Boone Buchanan Butler
Caldwell Callaway Camden
Cape Girardeau Carroll Carter
Cass Cedar Chariton
Christian Clark Clay
Clinton Cole Cooper
Crawford Dade Dallas
Daviess Dekalb Dent
Douglas Dunklin Franklin
Gasconade Gentry Greene
Grundy Harrison Henry
Hickory Holt Howard
Howell Iron Jackson
Jasper Jefferson Johnson
Knox Laclede Lafayette
Lawrence Lewis Lincoln
Linn Livingston Macon
Madison Maries Marion
Mcdonald Mercer Miller
Mississippi Moniteau Monroe
Montgomery Morgan New Madrid
Newton Nodaway Oregon
Osage Ozark Pemiscot
Perry Pettis Phelps
Pike Platte Polk
Pulaski Putnam Ralls
Randolph Ray Reynolds
Ripley Saint Charles Saint Clair
Saint Francois Saint Louis Saint Louis City
Sainte Genevieve Saline Schuyler
Scotland Scott Shannon
Shelby Stoddard Stone
Sullivan Taney Texas
Vernon Warren Washington
Wayne Webster Worth