city in Cooper County, Missouri, USA

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.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Interstate 70 connects Boonville with Kansas City to the west and Columbia and St. Louis to the east.

By busEdit

  • Greyhound. Buses stop at the Fame Tire & Auto located at 17987 Jefferson Rd.

Get aroundEdit







  • 1 [formerly dead link] Isle of Capri Boonville Hotel & Casino, 100 Isle of Capri Blvd, toll-free: +1-800-843-4753. 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.    

Go nextEdit

  • 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 CityIndependence ← Jct N   S  W   E  ColumbiaSt. Louis
Des MoinesUnionville  N   S  CamdentonLebanon

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