Blackwater, Missouri is home to some great businesses carrying items ranging from food & drinks, housewares, hardware, souvenirs, and more!
The first stop on your trip will be the Blackwater Post Office which has operated continuously since the 1870’s!
Next up the sidewalk is Blackwater Treasures. Your stop for antiques, collectibles, jewelry and more. Joyce and her husband Bob are local to the area and have operated the store for many years. Stop in, have a look at the thousands of items on display and say Hello!
Visit Kimberly’s Place for a wonderful lunch on your visit! Kimberly’s Place is owned locally and serves up a wonderful array of home cooked foods and beverages including burgers, salads, chicken, and they are well known for the “Plate sized breaded tenderloins”!
A short stroll up the road you will happen upon The Blackwater Country Store. If you’re looking for great pizza, a candy bar, or a bottle of soda, this is your place.
Next door is The Faded Farmhouse. Inside you will find furniture, antiques, decorations, and other awesome items!
Nearly across the street is City Hall. Mosey on in for an event calendar, information on local businesses, and brochures from the area.
Needing a rest? Next to City Hall is Mimosa Alley, tables and chairs are provided here to allow for a short rest and to reflect on the great things you’ve seen so far!
After you’ve regained your energy, hop on down the street to The Rustic Acre, the mostly Missouri made product store! Carried in this great store are locally made products including candles, soaps, furniture, and more!
Next on your stroll is Pressure City, a great mix of items is carried there included garden supplies, cleaning supplies, hardware, and more.
Finally at the corner you will end at The Iron Horse hotel & restaurant. Step inside for a nice meal or reserve a room for your stay! The interior is beautifully restored in a period correct theme and the food is upscale and wonderful!
Don’t let your walk end with the business district, across the street is a replica train depot built to mimic what would have been here in the 1800’s!