Mo-Go hot off the press. Get it 3 ways
Our annual directory of Missouri outdoor businesses, Mo-Go, short for Missouri Guides & Outfitters, is now available online in two formats and in print. (To learn how to get the printed Mo-Go mailed to you free, see the offer at the end of this article).
In addition to the traditional online format, allowing you to search for listings by location
The electronic replica version works just like Traveler’s e-Edition with clickable indexes to take you quickly to different sections and clickable email and web links on the listings. We think you’ll find it very convenient to use. It’s free and available 24/7 to help you plan your Missouri outdoor adventures.
We are in the early stages of distributing 40,000 printed Mo-Go booklets statewide. Over the next two months, we’ll have Mo-Gos available at convenient pick-up points all over Missouri.
The booklet will be inserted in all copies of the March issue of Traveler and will also be available at the KGMO Great Outdoors Sports Show in Cape Girardeau Feb. 24-25-26. That event will be held at the Show-Me Center.
Places where you can pick up a print Mo-Go so far include the following:
Niangua River Oasis, Lebanon
Country Inn, Mark Twain Lake
Holiday Hideaway, Branson
Reel & Trigger Resort, Warsaw
Boiling Spring Campground, Dixon
T. Hargrove, St. Louis
Feathercraft, St. Louis
Paul’s Bait & Tackle, St. Louis
Missouri Division of Tourism, Truman Building, Jefferson City
Young’s Restaurant, Valley Park
Eureka Welcome Center, Eureka
Onondaga State Park, Leasburg
Missouri Welcome Center, Interstate 35, Eagleville
Missouri Welcome Center, I-70, Blue Springs
Missouri Welcome Center, U.S. 61, Hannibal
Hannibal Convention & Visitors Bureau, Hannibal
Ft. Davidson Cafe, Pilot Knob
Ft. Davidson Motel, Pilot Knob
Ryno’s Pub, Pizzeria & Grill, Ironton
Bearcat’s Getaway, Lesterville
Don’s Place, Ellington
Shady Lane Motel & Cabins, Eminence
Twin Pines Conservation Education Center, Winona
Stray Dog BBQ, Van Buren
The Landing, Van Buren
Dazey’s, Van Buren
Ozark National Scenic Riverways Visitor Center, Van Buren
Missouri Department of Conservation, Van Buren
Dazey’s, Van Buren
Poplar Bluff Chamber of Commerce, Poplar Bluff
Camelot RV Park, Poplar Bluff
Lake Road Junction Convenience Store, Hwy. T & U.S. 60, east of Poplar Bluff
Slabber Dave’s Sporting Goods, Wappapello
SPECIAL NO-STRINGS FREE OFFER: The print version of Mo-Go will be inserted in the March issue of River Hills Traveler. If you are not a subscriber, you can request this issue be sent to you free simply by emailing your request to email@example.com. You’ll be put on our mailing list for the March, April and May issues. You’ll get one renewal notice in May offering you two bonus months if you continue as a paid subscriber at $19 for one year or $33 for two years. If you pay, the paper continues. If you don’t, it stops. We promise no phone calls, no bills you can’t stop, no hassle. We just want you to take a free, three-month look at Traveler.