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Boonville is a small town in Missouri, a state of the United States of America. It is notable as the starting point of the Santa Fe Trail, parts of which are preserved as a unit of the United States National Park System.
- Greyhound. Buses stop at the Fame Tire & Auto located at 17987 Jefferson Rd.
- 1 Katy Trail State Park. Bicycling route between St. Charles in the east and Clinton in the west; passes by town.
- 1 [formerly dead link] Isle of Capri Boonville Hotel & Casino, 100 Isle of Capri Blvd, toll-free: . Available in your choice of two queen size beds or one king size bed, our Deluxe Room is furnished with a luxurious pillow-top mattress, 32” flat screen television, complimentary wireless internet, in-room coffeemaker and a room safe for all your valuables. Suites are also available with either two queen size beds or a king size bed. In addition to all of the furnishings of a Deluxe Room, your suite also includes a whirlpool tub. Refrigerators are available for an additional $10 fee.
- The Santa Fe Trail did not start in Boonville proper, but rather at the now-abandoned site of Franklin near town. Markers commemorate the site. See also Boone's Lick State Historic Site, preserving a salt lick that was important to Santa Fe Trail travelers.
|Routes through Boonville|
|Kansas City ← Independence ← Jct N S ←||W E||→ Columbia → St. Louis|
|Des Moines ← Unionville ←||N S||→ Camdenton → Lebanon|