Comfort Suites Jefferson City
4804 Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Phone: (573) 636-0300
Fax: (573) 636-7237
Binder Park is spread over 644 acres (260.62 hectares), along Rainbow Drive in Jefferson City, MO. The natural park offers a volley of fun outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, biking, picnicking and lots more.
Runge Nature Center covers an expanse of approximately 100 acres (40.47 hectares), off Commerce Drive, in Jefferson City, MO. The facility includes an indoor viewing area that has live animals on display, an auditorium, hiking trails and a shop.
Located off Memorial Park Drive, Memorial Park of Jefferson City, MO was initially named Binder Park. It is endowed with several facilities such as trails, picnic spots, playground with play equipment, basketball court. amphitheater and aquatic center, to name a few. Needless to say, Memorial Park is a great spot to soak a little sun during balmy afternoons.
Washington Park is located on Missouri Boulevard of Jefferson City. The 100-acre (40.47 hectares) park includes a wide range of sports and recreation facilities such as basketball court, bocce ball court, baseball diamonds, tennis courts and lots more. Washington Park is also home to a skatepark and the Washington Park Ice Arena.
The imposing Missouri State Capitol is a gorgeous example of Classical Revival architecture in Jefferson City, MO. Its stellar dome, that features Roman Goddess Ceres, towers to approximately 238 feet (73 meters). Built in 1917, almost nine decades ago, Missouri State Capital is still in Federal use.
Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, on Jefferson Street, is accredited as a National Historic Site. The place is home to several historic buildings, homes and structures such as Jefferson City Amtrak station, the Jefferson Landing Building and Christopher Maus House, to name a few. All of these contributing buildings are from the late 1800s.
Located on McClung Park Drive, McClung Park was established in 1915. Spread over 45 acres (18.21 hectares), McClung Park includes pavilions, playgrounds, ball fields and picnic areas.
Located on Adams Street, the Missouri River Regional Library caters to Osage County and Cole County. The library also incorporates an Art Gallery and there are several events and workshops happening all year round.
First Baptist Church is an active place of worship found on East Capitol Avenue in Jefferson City's bustling downtown area. It welcomes followers as well as non-followers to spread His message and foster a spirit of peace and harmony. It also undertakes several community initiates in collaboration with Red Cross society.
The history of this beautiful church can be traced back to 1840s, when its foundation was laid. Situated in Jefferson city, Grace Episcopal Church has been serving the community for more than 160 years and welcomes all to serve the lord.
Located on 2 acres (0.81 hectares), the Jefferson City National Cemetery is a historic cemetery that features the burials of the soldiers of American Civil War. It officially came to be called the National Cemetery in 1867. The cemetery is said to have almost 1,792 burials as of the 2005 census. This serene atmosphere of the burial grounds makes one re live the history of the past.
Clark’s Hill/Norton State Historic State has a history that spans more than a two centuries! Named for the legendary explorer and former Missouri Governor, William Clark, the historic site commemorates one of the camps used by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804.