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

  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Airport/North
  • St. Charles


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

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A true natural landmark
Reviewed By Chris S April 2018

You really have to want to get to the confluence, because it is quite a drive from town and then 4.7 miles of dirt roads and a .25 mile walk to the confluence point. But once you get there, you can...

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Should visit once--it's on the way to Alton, IL
Reviewed By oreojkm March 2018

Our visit to the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers was done on a nice day in March, for out-of-town visitors. The park was above water, so the walkways were navigable despite being...

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It a drive but we had fun
Reviewed By lynnhawi October 2016

Very nice day trip, lunch in Alton, sat in Robert Wadlow's chair and down to see the Melvin Price Lock and Lewis and Clark park. Kids had a great time. The Confluence is nice, don't expect a lot...

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