Crown Pointe Lodge, BW Signature Collection is a quaint 35,000 square foot lodging facility in Farmington, Missouri located on Crown Pointe Golf Course, a 4-star course rated by Golf Digest Magazine. In addition to a golf course, Crown Pointe Lodge and Golf Club features an outdoor tennis court and an indoor pool. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. This hotel offers access to a business center and a meeting room. A complimentary full hot breakfast is offered each morning. This business-friendly hotel also offers a spa tub, a fitness center, and coin operated laundry. Complimentary self-parking is available onsite. Crown Pointe Lodge, BW Signature Collection is a smoke-free property.
4 mile(s) from Farmington Water Park, Whether you're in the mood for a ride down one of our two exciting slides, a peaceful float down the lazy river, or splashing around in our interactive playground, the Farmington Water Park is the place to spend your summer days!
10 mile(s) from Bonne Terre Mines, National Geographic calls Bonne Terre Mine: "One of America's Top 10 Greatest Adventures." One of the world’s largest man-made caverns, founded in 1860 as one of history’s earliest deep-earth lead mines.
4 mile(s) from Missouri Mines, Lead has been big business in the eastern Ozarks since about 1720. Come explore its history – and see the processing plant of the former St. Joe Lead Company – in the heart of the Old Lead Belt at Missouri Mines State Historic Site. The mine’s former powerhouse has been turned into a museum that interprets the area’s lead mining history, displays actual machinery from the mines and houses one of the Midwest's finest mineral collections.
30 mile(s) from Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary, is a great place to visit and offers a variety of tours for you and your family to meet and learn about the big cats that call the sanctuary home. Whether you're stopping by for a general tour or spending the afternoon enjoying a private VIP experience, you are sure to leave with a lasting memory.
5 mile(s) from St. Joe State Park, is a public recreation area consisting of 8,243 acres on the south side of Park Hills, Missouri, along the flanks of the Saint Francois Mountains. The state park includes the Missouri Mines State Historic Site with its former St. Joe Minerals mill buildings and museum of geology and mining. The park features a 2,000-acre off-road vehicle riding area located on the old mine tailings dumps, camping facilities, and trails for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding.
5 mile(s) from Engler Park, This beautiful park features an angler's lake, 2 playground areas, basketball courts, a 3 mile bike trail, a 1 mile nature sanctuary/walk and a large multiuse pavilion featuring electricity, water, and plenty of parking.
10 mile(s) from Pickle Springs Natural Area, is a deep, forested gorge consisting of geological formations and plants that are found in few other places. Visitors will find examples of a sandstone glade, talus, forest, savanna, as well as a number of rare species of plants and animals.
Adjacent to 19th Hole Bar & Grill, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
5 mile(s) from Spokes Pub & Grill, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, 1627 W Columbia St.
Farmington Mo 63640
6 mile(s) from 12 West, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
5 mile(s) from Pad Thai Kitchen, Full Service, Thai, Open for: lunch, dinner,
4 mile(s) from El Tapitio, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: dinner,
6 mile(s) from Shoguns, Full Service, Japanese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
4 mile(s) from Sugarfire, Buffet, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
4 mile(s) from Mineral Area College, a two-year public community college located in Park Hills, Missouri, USA. Founded in 1922 as Flat River Junior College, it changed its name in 1965, and has over 11,000 alumni.
4 mile(s) from Farmington R-7, The mission of the Farmington School District, in partnership with families and community, is to provide progressive learning environments that foster quality and excellence for all students and assures them an opportunity to become literate, skilled, creative, confident, healthy and caring individuals prepared for life, work, citizenship and change.
4 mile(s) from The Central R-III School District, is comprised of two Elementary Schools, one Jr. High School, and one High School. The district is known regionally for outstanding academic achievement. Central has met the requirements to be recognized for Distinction in Performance by the State Board of Education for twelve consecutive years. Central High School has been recognized by the Southern Region Education Board as one of the top ten high schools in the state of Missouri for four consecutive years.
10 mile(s) from North County R-1
70 mile(s) from St. Louis
65 mile(s) from Cape Girardeau
205 mile(s) from Springfield
4 mile(s) from Farmington Civic Center, offers a wide variety of youth and adult activities including 2 indoor pools, an 1/8th mile indoor track, 3 full sized gymnasiums for volleyball, basketball or tennis, and a fitness center featuring the latest and best equipment.
2 mile(s) from Family Fun Center, located in Farmington, MO. The family fun center offers: premium bowling, competitive leagues, and extreme bowling. But more than just a regular bowling alley, the FFC also has a huge arcade, and a indoor putt-putt golf course for nighttime fun.
.1 mile(s) from Crown Pointe Golf, the 18-hole "Crown Pointe" course at the Crown Pointe Golf Club facility in Farmington, Missouri features 7,093 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.The course rating is 73.9 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Zoysia grass.
25 mile(s) from Crown Valley Brewing and Distilling Company, in 2008 Crown Valley Brewing and Distilling Company™ revitalized the old Coffman school house and created a state-of-the-art Brewery and Distillery. It houses the 15 barrel Brew House where beer, hard cider and Fizzy Izzy Root Beer™ are expertly crafted.
30 mile(s) from Crown Valley Winery, located among the rolling hills of Ste. Genevieve County. This architectural masterpiece overlooks miles of vineyards, making Crown Valley a breathtaking entity
3 mile(s) from Stix & Steins
24 mile(s) from Pilot Knob Historic Site, today, the Arcadia Valley in Iron County is a peaceful setting in one of Missouri’s most scenic areas. But in September 1864, the valley was the scene of one of the largest and most hard-fought battles waged on the state’s soil—the Battle of Pilot Knob.
70 mile(s) from South County Center
65 mile(s) from West Park Mall
3 mile(s) from Maple Valley, shopping center
80 mile(s) from St Louis Lambert International Airport
203 mile(s) from Springfield-Branson National Airport