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MACON, MISSOURI

 

...a rural community that is at the heart of Mid-America and the historic crossroads of US Highways 63 and 36.


Macon was platted in 1856, and like the county, was was named for Nathaniel Macon. A post office called Macon City was established in 1856, and the name was changed to Macon in 1892.


Macon is a city with a rich cultural heritage and strong vision for the future. The town offers the amenities of a small friendly city with the advantages of a growing city. Cultural, social, civic, and educational opportunities create an excellent quality of life. Macon is known as the "City of Maples" with over 275,000 maple trees. 

 

STAY & PLAY!

Americas Best Value Inn & Suites | Online Booking

Comfort Inn & Suites | On Facebook

Depot Inn & Suites (LaPlata) | Online Booking

Long Branch State Park | Campground Booking

Phillips Place Bed & Breakfast | Online Booking

Shoemaker's RV Park (Bevier) | Online Booking

Super 8 by Wyndham | Online Booking

Welcome Travelier Motel | On Facebook

-Historic Downtown District featuring:

        Antique Shops

        Ben Franklin

        C.A. Shoush Company

        Miller’s Rexall Drugstore-featuring an old fashioned soda fountain

        Originally Worn

        Threads that Bind

        West Winery

-Entertainment and Activities: 

        Carousel Community Theatre

        Lolli Brothers Livestock

        Longbranch Lake State Park-beach, fishing, boating Marina, hiking and cycling

        Maples Repertory Theatre

        Macon Cinema

        Macon Country Club 9-Hole Golf Course

        Macon Skate Center

        Pear Tree Kitchen and Bar

        The Island​-Mini golf, batting cages

Stay a while and enjoy our community!