Circle O Lodge & Tree Farm

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
  • Cabin

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 8

Type: Cabin

Circle O Lodge & Tree Farm

The Circle O Lodge is located in North Central Missouri not far from historic Highway 36 and Walt Disney's boyhood home of Marceline.

Families and small groups will enjoy the Circle O Lodge for its natural beauty and relaxing qualities. It is conveniently located near several local attractions. The property is well suited for guests who enjoy the country and natural settings with abundant flora and fauna.

The lodge is situated on 60 acres of mixed terrain and features hardwood forests, open grasslands, 2 1/2 acre fishing pond and 15 acres of wetlands.

Constructed in 2010 The Circle O Lodge is a rustic but modern family Lodge with three bedrooms, ...Read more

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Circle O Lodge & Tree Farm
Marceline, Missouri

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The Circle O Lodge is an Olinger family property. Now you know where O in Circle O comes from! What about W2P? W2P stands for "Welcome to Paradise" and that is precisely what we want to offer you as a guest at the Circle O... your own little paradise!
The Circle O Lodge was, from the outset, meant to be a natural setting where our family and friends could gather for reunions and outings. It is also our mission to provide a reasonably priced location for families wanting to escape the city or provide their children or grandchildren a real county experience. .
Being good stewards of the land is another of our missions and for this reason we have worked closely with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the the American Tree Farm System (ATFS) , a division of the US Forest Foundation to receive the ATFS certification as a Certified Family Forest and Certified Tree Farm. We continue to work with the Missouri Department of Conservation on various programs such as reforestation, wildlife habitat improvement and riparian improvement. We are continually researching ways to replenish the property with indigenous flora that will return the area as much as possible to its natural state making it even a more truly unique outdoor country experience.
While staying at the Circle O you might want to visit several attractions within reasonable driving distance such as:
Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site
Explore a piece of America's military history at Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site.

Locust Creek Covered Bridge.
Built in 1868, once housed the nation's first transcontinental road, Route 8. Today, it is the longest of Missouri's four remaining bridges measuring 151 feet.

The Walt Disney Hometown Museum.
The first museum dedicated to Walt & Roy Disney's life ....

Mussel Fork Conservation Area
This area contains cropland, old fields, grassland, and woodlands. Area includes three fishable ponds and a permanent stream (Mussel Fork Creek). 15 Minutes away from Circle O Lodge.

Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Swan Lake is the resting and feeding area for waterfowl, primarily ducks, and as a sanctuary for prairie-chickens. It has now become one of the main wintering areas for the Eastern Prairie Population of Canada geese

The Katy Depot and Katy Trail-Boonville, Missouri
The Boonville Katy Depot was built in 1911 and 1912 Now owned and operated as the state hiking and biking trail from St. Charles to Clinton. The Boonville station is the only surviving Spanish Mission style Depot on the MKT, or "Katy Railroad" as it was fondly referred to.e

Warm Spring Ranch-Boonville, Missouri
Home of the Budweiser Clydesdales, Warm Spring Ranch is a state of the art Clysdale breeding farm. Guided tours take guest through a 25,000 square foot breeding facility.

Hannibal, Missouri
Hannibal is the Boyhood home of Samuel Langhorne Clemens - the famous Mark Twain!

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