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Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site provides an extravagant 20th century living experience to is guests. With 20th century arts and crafts architecture, the castle-like structure was built between 1897 and 1928 for John Homer Bothwell, a prominent Sedalia lawyer.

Now, the site offers a venue for mountain biking trail, 3-mile hiking trail, and comfortable picnic areas for picnicking with families and friends. A Stonyridge Trail wanders long the site?s wooded slope, which surrounds a lodge past a stone gazebo and a small 3-sided stone shelter. The historic site, covering 247 acres of property, also features a pavilion and playground equipment.

The 12,000 sq. foot lodge sitting atop 2 natural caves houses 31 rooms. Its location provide the guests with a majestic view from the top.
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