Old Greenville Missouri

Old Greenville Missouri Old Greenville is a community founded in 1818 along the banks of the St. Francis River that was moved with completion of the Wappapello Dam in 1941.
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It is now located 2 miles North on Hwy 67

Operating as usual

The original school that was marked and superimposed over the original site in 2015.   Long gone but not forgotten.  (Cr...
07/01/2021

The original school that was marked and superimposed over the original site in 2015. Long gone but not forgotten. (Creative Images by hja)(Heritage Photography by hja)

Great place to check out...
06/23/2021

Great place to check out...

Introducing our Summer Berry Salad! This salad is the perfect refreshing lunch for a hot day.

Spring Mix 🥬
Fresh Strawberries and Blueberries 🍓🫐
Pecans
Feta Cheese
& Homemade Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing

It’s on the menu for the remainder of the Summer!!!

$7 Whole Salad…add grilled chicken for $2

We are open 7am to 2pm 5 DAYS A WEEK (Tuesday thru Saturday)!

#trailsendcoffeeandcafe #summerberrysalad #strawberries #blueberries #healthy #smallbusiness

06/14/2021

Great info to share

Photos from Trail’s End Coffee and Cafe's post
03/15/2021

Photos from Trail’s End Coffee and Cafe's post

New business to open June 5th in Greenville.  More information to follow.   How great it will be to hit the bicycle trai...
03/03/2021

New business to open June 5th in Greenville. More information to follow. How great it will be to hit the bicycle trail from Old Greenville Campground and stop in and visit....

Photos from Old Greenville Missouri's post
11/01/2020

Photos from Old Greenville Missouri's post

10/25/2020

The preparation for the 28th Annual Festival of Lights has begun! If you or anyone you know (a family, group, agency, organization, business etc.) want to participate please call the Lake Management office at 573-222-8562 to ask for an application! #FestivalofLights

Historical picture of logging at old Greenville MP
10/06/2020

Historical picture of logging at old Greenville MP

A postcard depicting how the Holladay operation at Greenville looked during the late 1890’s.

USACE’s Old Greenville Days Sept 2020
10/01/2020
USACE’s Old Greenville Days Sept 2020

USACE’s Old Greenville Days Sept 2020

The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers at Wappapello Lake, in partnership with Wayne County Historical Society, Wappapello Lake Area Association and Crowley’s Rid...

Sept 20, 2020 Old Greenville Days continued...
09/20/2020

Sept 20, 2020 Old Greenville Days continued...

Photos from Old Greenville Missouri's post
09/20/2020

Photos from Old Greenville Missouri's post

Are you missing your dog...he is missing you.  Showed up at Old Greenville Campgrounds in Greenville, MO call 1-573-222-...
09/20/2020

Are you missing your dog...he is missing you. Showed up at Old Greenville Campgrounds in Greenville, MO call 1-573-222-8562 M-F...He will be at the campground on Saturday Sept 20, 2020. If owner not found...he will need a new one...

Old Greenville Courthouse in 1940
08/22/2020

Old Greenville Courthouse in 1940

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers
05/23/2020

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Happy Memorial Day weekend from your Wappapello Lake Team! This Memorial Monday we honor our fallen soldiers and their families. We want to wish you all safe travels and decisions as you travel to and from Wappapello Lake.
All of our campgrounds are open! To reserve one go to www.recreation.gov
Please do your part, play it smart, and keep 6 ft. apart.

05/10/2020

Please feel free to share...(Creative Images by hja)

03/22/2020
Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

As of 12:00 pm on March 20, 2020 Wappapello Lake's elevation is 360.87 feet with releases of nearly 5500 CFS.
Current inflow is nearly 28,300 CFS. At this time there is a predicted crest of less than 367.00 on Sunday the 22nd. Discharge will be increased gradually today and tomorrow towards 7,000 CFS. Please take caution when driving in low areas. Turn around don't drown. Life jackets and seat belts save lives.

If you have any questions please call the Wappapello Lake Management office at 573-222-8562 or 573-778-5404

In case you have not heard as of yet, The official word from the Corp of Engineers we are cancelled for this years Rende...
03/17/2020

In case you have not heard as of yet, The official word from the Corp of Engineers we are cancelled for this years Rendezvous. April 18/19
Please pass the word on to others who are not on our list. Thank you!

03/14/2020
Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Wappapello Lake has decided that unfortunately due to the COVID – 19 pandemic the 5th Annual Wappapello Woodlands Expo has been canceled. This decision was not an easy one to make. It was made following careful consideration by all and out of an abundance of caution for all involved with this event.

There has been a discussion to reschedule this event for a future date but has not yet been determined.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused anyone.

If you have any questions please contact the Wappapello Lake Management Office at 573-222-8562.

03/14/2020
Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Wappapello Lake has decided that unfortunately due to the COVID – 19 pandemic the 5th Annual Wappapello Woodlands Expo has been canceled. This decision was not an easy one to make. It was made following careful consideration by all and out of an abundance of caution for all involved with this event.

There has been a discussion to reschedule this event for a future date but has not yet been determined.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused anyone.

If you have any questions please contact the Wappapello Lake Management Office at 573-222-8562.

01/16/2020
Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake High Water Update:
As of January 16th, 2020 as of 3:00 p.m. the current lake level is 372.02 feet.
The lake has crested.

Current outflow is 9050 CFS and is expected increase to 9600 CFS today.
Inflow as of 3:00 p.m. is 2270 CFS.

This is based on the current rainfall amounts in the watershed, additional rainfall could change the predicted crest.

Current Wappapello Lake level/St. Francis River basin information can be found at: http://www.mvs-wc.usace.army.mil/trans/gage/gage2.html

Predicted Crest information can be found at: http://www.mvs-wc.usace.army.mil/dresriv.html

For more information contact the Management Office at (573) 222-8562, or the Information Hotline at (573) 222-8139 or toll-free at 1-877-LAKE INFO (525-3463).

The following Facilities are CLOSED due to high water:
Chaonia North Boat Ramp
Chaonia South Boat Ramp
Greenville Boat Ramp Area
Hattie’s Ford
Holiday Landing Boat Ramp
People Creek Recreation Area and Boat Ramp
Possum Creek Boat Ramp
Rockwood Recreation Area and Restroom
Snow Creek Campground
Several remote boat ramps and access areas

The following facilities are OPEN for use:
Eagle Point Recreation Area
Greenville Day Use Area
Peoples Creek Upper Campground
Pisos Point Boat Ramp
Redman Creek Recreation Area and Boat Ramp
Rockwood Landing Boat Ramp
Rockwood Point Boat Ramp
Spillway Recreation Area
Sulphur Springs Boat Ramp
Sundowner Boat Ramp
Several remote boat ramps and access areas

01/16/2020
Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Wappapello Lake High Water Update:
As of January 15th, 2020 as of 3:00 p.m. the current lake level is 372.98 feet.
The lake has crested.

Current outflow is 8470 CFS and is expected increase to 9040 CFS after 3:00 p.m. today.
Inflow as of 3:00 p.m. is 2830 CFS.

This is based on the current rainfall amounts in the watershed, additional rainfall could change the predicted crest.

Current Wappapello Lake level/St. Francis River basin information can be found at: http://www.mvs-wc.usace.army.mil/trans/gage/gage2.html

Predicted Crest information can be found at: http://www.mvs-wc.usace.army.mil/dresriv.html

For more information contact the Management Office at (573) 222-8562, or the Information Hotline at (573) 222-8139 or toll-free at 1-877-LAKE INFO (525-3463).

The following Facilities are CLOSED due to high water:
Chaonia North Boat Ramp
Chaonia South Boat Ramp
Greenville Boat Ramp Area
Hattie’s Ford
Holiday Landing Boat Ramp
People Creek Recreation Area and Boat Ramp
Possum Creek Boat Ramp
Rockwood Recreation Area and Restroom
Snow Creek Campground
Several remote boat ramps and access areas

The following facilities are OPEN for use:
Eagle Point Recreation Area
Greenville Day Use Area
Peoples Creek Upper Campground
Pisos Point Boat Ramp
Redman Creek Recreation Area and Boat Ramp
Rockwood Landing Boat Ramp
Rockwood Point Boat Ramp
Spillway Recreation Area
Sulphur Springs Boat Ramp
Sundowner Boat Ramp
Several remote boat ramps and access areas

Wappapello Lake Area Association
01/15/2020

Wappapello Lake Area Association

3rd Place "The Barks Sisters"

Wappapello Lake Area Association
01/15/2020

Wappapello Lake Area Association

2nd Place "The Camp"

Wappapello Lake Area Association
01/15/2020

Wappapello Lake Area Association

People's Choice for Festival of Lights displays...thank you for attending and supporting our Christmas Event.

1st Place
Chaonia Volunteer Fire Dept

Missouri State Parks
12/31/2019

Missouri State Parks

#OnThisDay in 1926, Sam A. Baker SP joined MoStateParks. With the ancient St. Francois Mountains, the unspoiled natural landscape and the cool waters of the St. Francis River & Big Creek, Sam A. Baker SP has something for everyone. Learn more at mostateparks.com.

Wappapello Lake Area Association
12/17/2019

Wappapello Lake Area Association

Santa visits the Bill Emerson Memorial Visitor Center at Wappapello Lake on Dec 13 and 14

It is with a heavy heart that I share the passing of our"Spirit Wolf" Ken Laffoon. He passed early Tuesday and is now da...
11/21/2019

It is with a heavy heart that I share the passing of our"Spirit Wolf" Ken Laffoon. He passed early Tuesday and is now dancing with the ancestors across the great spirit river. He was a lot of things for a lot of people but he was my Brother and I loved him very much and was happy to have him in my life. We had many adventures over the years and towards the end I looked forward to seeing him at coffee an dinner time and talking about the day. I may not be able to go with you on this adventure but I know Creator has your back now. You will live on in all our hearts... As soon as the date of the service has been decided I will post for those that can make it

Fall Back: Daylight Saving Time ends on November 3
11/01/2019
Fall Back: Daylight Saving Time ends on November 3

Fall Back: Daylight Saving Time ends on November 3

It's that time again. The weather is getting chillier and the days are getting shorter. Daylight Saving Time is ending and it's back to standard time for most people in the United States. The annual fall ritual means turning back your clocks by one hour and relishing 60 minutes of extra sleep this w...

Historical Wayne County, Missouri
10/23/2019

Historical Wayne County, Missouri

1945 St. Francis River Flood. This is the highway 67 bridge at Old Greenville.

Old Greenville Campgrounds.
10/09/2019

Old Greenville Campgrounds.

There is supposed to be Halloween activities the last three Saturdays at the campground...5-8 p.m.

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers
09/26/2019

Wappapello Lake U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Just a friendly reminder that ALL beaches will close September 30th.
People's Creek Lower Campground closes September 30th,
Redman Creek Campground closes November 4th,
Greenville Campground closes November 26th!
People's Creek Upper Campground, Chaonia Landing (Snow Creek Campground), and Island Campsites are open year round.

09/16/2019

If you are not sure what Old Greenville is about. Here are pictures from today’s date in 2012.

The Month of August is Baby Copperhead Season. So watch out for those little YELLOW tails. They carry a lot of Venom.Cop...
07/30/2019

The Month of August is Baby Copperhead Season. So watch out for those little YELLOW tails. They carry a lot of Venom.
Copperheads can have upwards of 20 babies but usually under 10.

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Hwy 67 S Of D Hwy
Greenville, MO
63944

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(217) 412-9314

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Are yall doing the trick or treat this year
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My dog Sam got lost in the morning of June 20, 2019 near Chaonia village/Wappapello lake. He’s a 6 year old rusty red/brown boxer/lab mix and weighs 50-55 lbs. He’s very friendly but has terrible anxiety. He wearing his collar with my contact info on it when he got lost. Cell is 573-631-3192. He’s also microchipped for ID at vet/animal clinic. Any help getting him returned to us is very appreciated. Thank you.
Will Old Greenville campground be open for campers in 2019
are the camp grounds still under construction? no trick or treat?
I heard that Old Greenville was closed for repairs. Please let me know at [email protected]
Am reading about an attack on a camp about half a mile north of Greenville, on July 20 of 1862. It's in the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Chapter XXV, pages 169 etc. Does anyone know where this occurred?