Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones - Confluence Point State Park



Located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, this 1,118-acre park on the river bottomland offers a path to the confluence and the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. Basic services. FREE

1000 Riverlands Way
West Alton, MO 63386

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Nice reflection point!
Reviewed By jeremySFCSD806 September 2021

Short hike out to the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Great views of both rivers! Sat and enjoyed the views and the nice breeze.

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Perpetually closed - can't get in.
Reviewed By raula653 July 2021

I went to this park today and it was closed due to flooding. I tried once before last year and it was also closed. It looks like it's at the end of a long dirt road right next to the river, so it's...

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Gates closed due to flooding in 2019.
Reviewed By spiritwheels July 2020

Unfortunately, the Jones Confluence Point state park is closed. The closure was not clear to me from the Missouri State Parks web page. However, it was one the first items in RED LETTERS. The...

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