Northeast Missouri Trip Planner
Welcome to Northeast Missouri!
The Northeastern part of Missouri features a variety of outdoor activities to be enjoyed by visitors, including vineyards, hiking trails, picnic spots and more. The Big Creek and Sugar Creek State Conservation Areas near Kirksville are known for the fishing opportunities available. Long Branch Lake is a haven for water sports enthusiasts and can be found near Macon, also home to the Maize Maze, a six-acre cornfield that includes six different mazes. The town of Hannibal is also found in Northeast Missouri and features American author Mark Twain's boyhood home, open to the curious for self-guided tours. Hannibal was also the birthplace of Molly Brown, perhaps the most recognizable survivor of the Titanic. Nearby Moberly invites race fans to enjoy autosports every Saturday night from April to October at 24 Raceway. World War II General Omar Bradley is also feted in Moberly with a statue and granite plaza at Veterans Memorial Park.