on our Trails
Encompassing nine scenic counties, the Old Trails Region partially follows the path of the Missouri River in central Missouri. It's rich with orchards and wineries, shopping and historic sites, beautiful scenery and incredible vistas. There's always something to discover on our Trail! Here you'll find some of the State's finest regional dining, bed & breakfasts, festivals, and historical venues.
Click the button on the left to explore the region's attractions and plan your destinations. Let's GO!
NEWS from the Trails
The Marshall Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome the Marshall Welcome Center and Jim the Wonder Dog Museum to the chamber.
Larry Arrowood, president of Friends of Jim the Wonder Dog, encourages the public to view the newly-remodeled building, located at 101 N. Lafayette, commonly known as the "Van Dyke Building." The museum offers information on the story of Jim the Wonder Dog and showcases activities in the Marshall and Saline County area. The adjacent garden contains a bronze likeness of Jim, a gazebo and a water garden built and maintained by the Saline Co. Water Garden Club.
of Old Trails Events
There's always something going on somewhere on Old Trails. Partners contribute to this calendar daily, so check out what's going on. Then plan a day, a weekend, or as many days on the Trail as you want, enjoying our events and attractions!