Parque Natural Mexiquillo


Arrow Rock

The entire village of Arrow Rock has been designated a National Historic Landmark recognizing its association with Westwart Expansion and the Santa Fe Trail. The village retains much of its 19th century Boonslick character. Arrow Rock was named for the nearby flint deposits used by the Indians to craft arrow heads and other stone tools.
Lew and Clark camped near here on June 8th, 1804.

Original pavers and gutter stones.

Mark checking out the town jail that never held a prisoner. 


I don't know what this beautiful tree is called.

Main Street

Redbud tree

Home of Dr. Matthew Hall, a noted civic leader
and community physician.

Great little town.

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