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Contact Station Complex
The parking lot is gravel. The contact station is accessible via an entrance ramp on the east side of the building. This ramp is railed and provides a spacious deck at the entrance. Inside, you will find a lobby with restrooms to the left and interpretive displays and a small gift shop to the right.
A concrete path extends east past the contact station to the site’s shelter and restroom. The restroom complex provides side-transfer toilets, accessible lavatories, electric hand dryers and a water fountain.
Nathan Boone Home and Historic Area
A hard packed gravel path (approximately 1/8 mile) leads past the Boone family cemetery to the Nathan Boone home. The home is accessible via a ramp on the west side of the building.
Interpretive tours begin in the contact station; arrangements can be made for parking closer to the home. However, access to the home from this parking is not necessarily wheelchair accessible. For those unable to take the tour, photos of the home are available in the contact station.
The picnic shelter is accessible via a concrete sidewalk from the contact station. The shelter features four extended-end picnic tables and a concrete floor, and is connected via a concrete walkway to the site’s restrooms and water fountain. The capacity is 50 people.
For more information, contact the historic site:
Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site
7850 N. State Highway V
Ash Grove, MO 65604-8159
Last updated: January 2017