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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Confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers
Reviewed By meganwunderlich August 2018

60% of all the fresh water in the US flows here at the mouth of the Missouri River. The drive to the park is a long and rocky one, but with great chances of seeing wildlife. Be careful of other...

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Fun but cold visit!
Reviewed By sitesandbitesjournal January 2018

On an usually warm day in January, I thought it would be fun to get a bit of a walk in and visit the Confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. NOTE: while this is a state park, it is located...

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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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