Canoehenge – Leasburg, Missouri - Atlas Obscura
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Leasburg, Missouri

Nestled in Onondaga State Park, over 100 canoes carefully stacked in a replica of the famous standing stones.  

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In the back of Onondaga Cave State Park next to Ozark Outdoors Resort is a replica of Stonehenge made entirely out of canoes. The strategically stacked vessels surround a center campfire making for a quiet and fun roadside attraction. Each canoe is repurposed from use in the nearby Meramec River making this a sustainable adventure surrounded by nature and endless trails.

Know Before You Go

Follow signs for Onondaga state park, 7 miles down a road until you cross Meramec river, on the left will be Ozark Outdoors Resort and Canoehenge. 

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