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Great State for Travel Nursing – Missouri

The iconic Gateway Arch recalls Missouri’s historic role as jumping-off point to the West. Today, big-city attractions in St. Louis, natural beauty in the Ozarks, and live shows in Branson make the “Show-Me State” a destination in its own right – especially during the summer season!


Forest Park

The city of St. Louis has so much to offer this time of year. St. Louis’ Forest Park is larger than Central Park in New York City, and is full of summer activities that are fun and inexpensive. Tour the park by foot, bicycle, paddle board, or even rent a Segway. The park is also home to the Missouri History Museum, St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Science Center, and the St. Louis Zoo.


Lake of the Ozarks

Missouri’s largest lake, Lake of the Ozarks, was formed in 1931 and has over a thousand miles of shoreline. It has evolved into a staple destination spot in Missouri, with fudge shops, old-time photo studios, souvenir shops, and more.  The lake itself is still the biggest draw.  The fishing is extraordinary – guides are available to point out the best sports, or simply explore the vastness it has to offer unaccompanied.  There are nearly 50 full-service marinas the provide boat and water sport rentals.


Hermannhof Vinyards

The wine scene in Missouri long predates the current fad for vineyard tours. German winemakers arrived in the region around Hermann (about 80 miles west of St. Louis), on the banks of the Missouri River, in the 1800s. Today, Missouri has 80-plus vineyards and wineries throughout the state. Because Hermann’s wine tradition reaches back almost 175 years, its wine trail offers activities that aren’t offered anywhere else in the country- like being able to tour underground wine cellars that were dug by hand before the Civil War! Some of the best ones to check out include Hermannhof Vineyards, Stone Hill Winery, and OakGlenn Vineyards.


Branson, MO

Summertime is prime-time in the city of Branson, Missouri, with an adventure waiting for everyone. From outdoor fun to amazing live entertainment, there’s no shortage of great things to do. For more than 50 years, live shows have been a staple of a vacation in Branson. Morning, afternoon and night, Branson offers a variety of entertainment options for every member of the family. Within minutes of the bright lights of Branson, are a couple crystal clear lakes – Table Rock Lake and Lake Taneycomo – that are great for boating, bass and trout fishing, water skiing, kayaking, and other water activities. Public parks and recreational facilities provide spelunking, rock climbing, hiking, and more!



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