The Group Travel Leader

MAR 2017

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M A R C H 2 0 1 7 6 4 A M E R I C A ' S C R O S S R O A D S hut. A lot of larger groups rent the bunk house, which can hold up to 46 people and features meeting space, a fireplace and a kitchen. Sequoyah offers a variety of ways to delve into nature. Groups can rent a boat from the marina or take advantage of the two-and-a-half-mile paved trail, which is great for runners and bikers and accessible for those with disabilities. There is also a fitness trail with exercise stations along the path. After an afternoon of hiking or fishing, guests can lounge on the swimming beach or wade into the newly renovated pool between the bunk house and the lodge. Other amenities include horseback riding, lighted basketball and tennis courts, an 18-hole golf course and a disc golf course. In short, Sequoyah has plenty to offer everyone. "It's wonderful for families and large groups because there's so much to do," said Kelli Clark, programs officer for the Oklahoma Tourism State Parks Division. w w w . t r a v e l o k . c o m Marquette, Kansas Situated in the Smoky Hills region of Kansas, Kanopolis State Park Courtesy Sequoyah State Park Travelers can see foxes and other animals up close in the nature center at Sequoyah State Park in Oklahoma. March 11, 2017–April 15, 2018 Free admission Forest Park St. Louis St. Louis American P R E S E N T E D B Y Book your group now! mohistory.org/civilrights 660-665-3766 Explore, Discover, Enjoy Explore, Discover, Enjoy...with a Customized Itinerary! Customized Itinerary! Day Trips Overnights Mystery Trips Kirksville - a vibrant blend of art, nature, history, and recreation. Art Boating History Hiking Music Fishing

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