How To Find Us

The Town of Arrow Rock Missouri is located 13 miles north of I-70 on Hwy 41 in Saline County.

From Kansas City & Saint Louis

From Saint Louis:

Arrow Rock can be reached by taking 1-70 to Missouri Highway 41 North. If you are headed West from St. Louis, take Exit No. 98. If it’s beautiful countryside you’re looking for, then the short drive (about 11 miles) to Arrow Rock won’t disappoint.

From Kansas City:

Traveling East from Kansas City take Exit 89 and follow the Arrow Rock State Park signs to Highway 41 North. The short drive (about 11 miles) through rolling wooded hills and rural pastures takes you through the picturesque town of Blackwater. If you’re up for a back-roads excursion, it’s just as enjoyable and more relaxing to drive through the apple and peach orchards near Lexington and Waverly. From Kansas City take U.S. Highway 24 East, then U.S. Highway 65 East to Highway 41 South.



Walking Tour

Explore this amazing village on your own. Take a leisurely stroll around the village to take in the beautiful historic architecture and visit the shops and attractions you’ll discover along the way.

Friends of Arrow Rock

The Friends of Arrow Rock, with offices on the Boardwalk, offers tram tours of village attractions, including the National Historic Landmark home of famous American painter and one-time Arrow Rock citizen George Caleb Bingham, and the home and shop of renowned gunsmith John Sites.

The fun doesn’t stop at the city limits. Check out the driving tour, which takes you past historic sites dotting the countryside west of Arrow Rock.

The village also provides the perfect backdrop for many events throughout the year. Each October, the Annual Arrow Rock Heritage Craft Festival brings thousands to Arrow Rock.

Extend your stay by reserving a room at one of the village’s fine bed and breakfasts, or camp at the adjacent Arrow Rock Historic Site campground.


Explore the stories of Native Americans, African Americans, and early settlers through the artifacts and interpretive displays found in our museums.