Harley Park – Boonville MO

Description

Harley Park is historically significant as the home of 4 Hopewell Indian mounds.  It has an overlook of the Missouri River, recently having a Lewis and Clark campsite marker placed at the overlook.  Several WPA projects were completed in the 1930’s including rock walls, roads, and the shelter.

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Project originally submitted by Charles Swaney on June 26, 2013.

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Location Info


Santa Fe Trail
Boonville, MO 65233

Coordinates: 38.97248916223326, -92.75912066137698

4 comments on “Harley Park – Boonville MO

  1. Bob Bosma

    Your address for Harley Park is incorrect. Address listed is our airport. Harley park is on Santa Fe Trail.

  2. Ed Howell

    Born and raised on Parkway Drive a stones throw from the park, and always curious about the projectiles, or bullets, on top of the stone walls at the park entrance. Any clue as to what they were from: caliber, WW I, etc? Thanks

  3. Gabriel Milner

    Anyone out there know?

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