Desoto Journals

Relaxing in Mo.

A September 2003 trip to Desoto by crcope

Quote: This is a lovely and relaxing resort away from the busy city life. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was big and comfortable. There was lots to do or to just relax.
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Best Things Nearby:There are lots of historical little towns within the area with many little shops.Best Things About the Resort:Very quiet and relaxing. Many things to do at the resort. Also, animals are allowed.Resort Experience:There is a lake that you can fish or boat on. There is a swimming pool, volleyball courts, basketball court, and minature golf. You can rent bikes or walk on trails. There is a small cafe at the resort. It is a two-bedroom unit with an A/B side so you can lock off either side from the other, so you can go with another couple and have separate entrances and privacy. There is a balcony that we ate breakfast on each morning. We ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 23, 2003

Silverleaf's Timber Creek Resort
4800 U.S. Highway 67
Desoto, Missouri 63020
(636) 586-7448

St. Louis Zoo

Attraction

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The park is clean and well thought out. It is easy to move around in a logical order and see everything in one day. The animals are beautiful and you can get fairly close to get a good look at what they are doing.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 23, 2003

St. Louis Zoo
St. Louis
Desoto, Missouri

Historical Towns

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There are several historical river towns nearby that have been preserved, such as St. Gueinavee, St. Charles and Kissmen. There are many unique places to eat and shop in these towns. Also, there are many wineries within an hour or two south of St. Louis.