Mastodon_Tusk_02.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - March 14, 2017Larger Image
The museum at the state historic site has a full-size mastodon skeleton that is a replica, with tusks made of fiberglass.
Mastodon_Tusk_01.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - March 14, 2017Larger Image
Brooke Mahar, interpretative resource specialist at the Mastodon State Historic Site, stands before the mastodon tusk that was cleaned at the Saint Louise Science Center's Fossil Prep Lab.
DonRobinson_04.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - February 3, 2017
The late Don Robinson wanted Missourians to enjoy his land as a state park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
DonRobinson_03.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - February 3, 2017Larger Image
Seeps on the wall of a sandstone canyon freeze into ice sculptures. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
DonRobinson_02.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - February 3, 2017Larger Image
Ron Colatskie of Missouri State Parks admires an ice formation on one of the park's many shelter caves. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
DonRobinson_01.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - February 3, 2017Larger Image
Don Robinson State Park in Jefferson County features sandstone box canyons that are home to rare plant species. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Big_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
Big Spring is the largest in Missouri.
Greer_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
A one-mile hike leads to Greer Spring in a secluded valley.
Falling_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
Falling Spring has a mill and log cabin in a peaceful park setting.
Round_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
Round Spring was said to be "round as a silver dollar."
Blue_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
American Indians described the color of Blue Spring as "spring of the summer sky."
Alley_Spring.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - October 3, 2016Larger Image
The Alley Spring Mill is one of the most photographed spots in Missouri.
Route_66_Bridge_004.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - June 13, 2016Larger Image
Visitors to the museum at Route 66 State Park pose for a photo in front of an iconic sign. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Route_66_Bridge_003.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - June 13, 2016Larger Image
The visitor center at Route 66 State Park displays neon signs that once decorated the historic highway. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Route_66_Bridge_002.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - June 13, 2016
A hiking trail runs beneath the old bridge leading into Route 66 State Park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Route_66_Bridge_001.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - June 13, 2016Larger Image
An effort is underway to turn the old bridge leading into Route 66 State Park in southwest St. Louis County into a pedestrian walkway. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Trumpeter_Swans.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - January 22, 2016Larger Image
Trumpeter swans gather in the marshes near Confluence Point State Park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Bald_Eagles.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - January 22, 2016Larger Image
A pair of bald eagles that nest at Montauk State Park have produced at least 19 chicks since 2006. Rick Shults
Bald_Eagle.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - January 22, 2016
Young eagles are a mottled brown, and get the distinctive white head and tail of an adult at about five years old. This eagle, photographed in December at Roaring River State Park, has about completed the transition. Kerry Hayes/Missouri State Parks
Pickle_Creek_Trail.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - November 12, 2015Larger Image
Hikers explore the Pickle Creek Trail at Hawn State Park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Dedicating_1000th_Mile_Trail.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - November 12, 2015Larger Image
A group of young people join Bill Bryan, Director of Missouri State Parks, in officially dedicating the 1000th Mile Trail. Ben Nickelson/Missouri State Parks
Fishing_Truman_State_Park.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - November 12, 2015Larger Image
Fishing and boating are popular activities at Harry S Truman State Park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Harry_S_Truman_State_Park.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - November 12, 2015Larger Image
Superintendent Bryan Bethel admires the view from the new 1000th Mile Trail at Harry S Truman State Park. Tom Uhlenbrock/Missouri State Parks
Devils_Tollgate_Ozark_Trail.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - March 27, 2015
Ozark Trail hikers pause to pose for a photo at the Devil's Tollgate, which is on the section that runs from Taum Sauk to Johnson's Shut-Ins state parks. By Paul Corley.
Hikers_Ozark_Trail.jpg
Beyond Castlewood - March 27, 2015
Hikers on the Ozark Trail negotiate a rocky hillside. By Adam Rothermich.
1-25 of 31Next

Tom Uhlenbrock - Missouri State Parks

Castlewood & Beyond
Join our group on Facebook and share your outdoor adventures.
Castlewood & BeyondCastlewood & Beyond
Join our group on Facebook and share your outdoor adventures.

Contact Privacy Disclaimer © 2018 Beyond Castlewood
ContactPrivacyDisclaimer © 2018 Beyond Castlewood