Come explore all of the Benton County Attractions. Warsaw, Lincoln and Cole Camp are small towns filled with big fun! Each city has a variety of attractions to delight any visitor or local alike. Take a peek at what Benton County has to offer and if you have any questions about our local attractions, feel free to contact us today.
Benton County is rich in North American history, from Native American tribes to Steamboats. In our two local museums, you can uncover Benton County’s history through artifacts, timelines, and visual storytelling. Learn more.
Warsaw Heritage Days celebrates the Warsaw history and heritage with 19th-century demonstrations and unique arts and crafts. The annual event features a variety of exhibits showcasing activities like basket weaving, spoon carving, candy making and log hewing, and live music and food round out the weekend event. Learn more.
The German Immigrant Memorial was built through an effort of our Plattdüütscher Vereen or Low German Club. It was financed by the sale of engraved bricks. These bricks tell the story of not only the immigrants but also of their descendants. Learn more.
Lost Valley Fish Hatchery is the largest state-owned, warm-water hatchery in Missouri and one of the largest in the nation. It raises walleye, muskellunge, channel catfish, largemouth bass, striped and hybrid striped bass, bluegill, and hybrid sunfish to stock in Missouri waters. Learn more.
If this is your first time to Benton County, you’ll want to make Truman Dam & Visitor Center to your list. The visitor center, which sits atop Kaysinger Bluff, is a great resource for you to grab brochures and get information about things to do and see in Benton County. Learn more.
The Joe Dice Swinging Bridge is a favorite for visitors and locals alike. Numerous trails from Drake Harbor connect to and from the Swinging Bridge for bicyclists, walkers, hikers and more. Enjoy miles of riverfront trails that have been developed which are also accessible to handicap and wheelchairs. Learn more.
Drake Harbor is located on the Osage Arm of Lake of the Ozarks arm of Lake of the Ozarks and has a host of Riverfront Trails that are perfect for everyone whether you are out for a relaxing stroll, bicycle ride or if you are the serious walker or runner. Learn more.
Steamboat Landing is a beautiful, elevated boardwalk on the waterfront trails in Warsaw. Whether you want to go for a stroll or dock your boat, Steamboat Landing is a convenient and picturesque addition to Warsaw’s waterfront vistas. Learn more.
Truman Lake Opry is always a good time for both visitors and locals! The opry hosts wonderful shows, hilarious comedians, great food, great company and a big dance floor. Check out the latest shows and get your tickets today. Learn more.
Take your party to the next level with arcade games, pizza and bowling. Leagues, parties and more and right off of Hwy 65 between Warsaw and Lincoln. Learn more.