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Don't miss this great 3 bedroom, 1 bath home just outside of Doniphan in the Lone Star/Doniphan School District. Property features city water, septic, central heat and air with ventless backup, gas range, refrigerator, carpet, vinyl and laminate flooring, metal roof, and maintenance free vinyl siding. Enjoy the beautiful yard from your patio. Lots of flowers and blooming shrubs. Large shed. Close to Current River, schools, shopping, and medical facilities.
Directions: From Doniphan take 160 W, turn right on County Road 160W-7. It is the first house on the right.
Ripley County, Missouri
The largest city and county seat is Doniphan.
On average, there are 216 sunny days per year in Ripley County, Missouri. The July high is around 91 degrees. The January low is 24.
There are 9 public schools in Ripley County, Missouri, serving 2,161 students.
Southeast Health Center Ripley County -
At Southeast Health, the region’s premier healthcare system in Southeast Missouri, our patients receive excellent care of the highest clinical quality, close to home.
Ozark Border Electric Coop - located in Poplar Bluff and currently serves 39,600, and services in 11 Southeast Missouri counties.
Wind-stream Communications - provides high-speed broadband Internet, phone service and Digital TV packages to residential customers as well as products and services for small, medium and large businesses, and government agencies.
HughesNet - High speed internet
The nearest major airport is Jonesboro Municipal Airport (JBR / KJBR). This airport has domestic flights from Jonesboro, Arkansas and is 77 miles from the center of Doniphan, MO.
Another major airport is Cape Girardeau Regional Airport (CGI / KCGI), which has domestic flights from Cape Girardeau, Missouri and is 108 miles from Doniphan, MO.
Closest Large Cities
Jonesboro, one of the state's most progressive cities, was established in 1859 among the rolling hills of Crowley's Ridge in northeast Arkansas. Downtown is filled with gift shops, restaurants, art galleries, a day spa and an active civic center called the Forum. Arkansas State University offers one of the mid-South's finest museums, a fine arts center and an indoor sports/entertainment complex. The Forrest L. Wood Crowley's Ridge Nature Center provides an interesting tour of the natural wonders of the region, plus serves as a stop along Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Byway.
Memphis is a pilgrimage for those wanting to visit the birthplace of the blues, of soul and of rock 'n' roll. On Beale Street, W.C. Handy put down on paper the first written blues music. Elvis, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash all recorded at the historic Sun Records, which is now a museum. Graceland, the second most-visited home in America, welcomes visitors from around the world who yearn for a peek into the life of "the King." Beyond the music, Tennessee's largest city also offers much more. It has more sunny days each year than Miami, and combines southern tradition and hospitality with modern amenities. You'll enjoy great dining (be sure to sample the barbecued ribs), art galleries and exciting nightlife.
St. Louis, Missouri -
Built along the western bank of the Mississippi River. The city had an estimated March 22, 2018 population of 308,626 and is the cultural and economic center of the Greater St. Louis area (home to 2,911,945 people ), which is the largest metropolitan area in Missouri and the 19th-largest in the United States.
The city is built primarily on bluffs and terraces that rise 100–200 feet above the western banks of the Mississippi River, in the Midwestern United States just south of the Missouri-Mississippi confluence. Much of the area is a fertile and gently rolling prairie that features low hills and broad, shallow valleys. Both the Mississippi River and the Missouri River have cut large valleys with wide flood plains.
Must see landmarks are: Gateway Arch, St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.
Things To Do
Mark twain National Forest-
Mark Twain National Forest has a wide range of popular recreation opportunities. The forest has over 750 miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and motorized use. Sections of the Ozark Trail wind through the forest. More than 350 miles of perennial streams, suitable for floating canoeing and kayaking, meander through its canopied expanses. Our campgrounds offer visitors a variety of forest experiences, including semi-primitive and wilderness camping for solitude.
A 16,500 acre area designated for hunting, fishing, hiking and primitive camping.
Mechanical equipment is not allowed. Within the Irish is the popular Whites Creek Cave, Whites Creek Trail, Fiddler Spring and Bliss Spring.
Bay Nothing Boat Launch -
One of the most popular river accesses for beginning a float trip on the Lower Current. It is 13 or 14 miles downstream to Float Camp and Deer Leap accesses. - from Grandin, MO, take O Hwy West to Forest Service Road 3140 for about 11 miles.