Historic Plattsburg Missouri

From its quaint shops and elegant Victorian homes, Plattsburg, Missouri offers all the charm and warmth of a true mid-western, small town. Plattsburg is centrally located 30 miles or less from Kansas City, Liberty, Cameron or St. Joseph, Missouri.



 

Plattsburg Fall Festival

Thursday-Saturday
October 5th-7th, 2017

Parade will be Saturday, 11am.
This is a change from previous years and don't want any one to miss it!




For more information and details check out FallFestival.

 

Discover Historic Plattsburg, Missouri
VISIT DINE SHOP ...  ENJOY!
Rich in History
  • The County Seat of Clinton County
  • Home to David Rice Atchison, also known as "President for a Day" in 1849 (statue in front of courthouse and exhibit in museum)
  • Battle of Plattsburg occurred during the Civil War in 1864
  • The Clinton County Historical Museum hosts numerous artifacts and displays
     
    Riley-Carmack
    (Clinton County Museum)

    showcases a full house of displays and a look back to late 1800 living
  • Confederate soldier turned outlaw, Jesse James, once lived in Clinton County
  • Four cemeteries that dates back to 1800's.

Victorian  Scenery

  • Boasts numerous "Painted Ladies," unique Victorian homes.
     
    Plattsburg's Walking Tour
    showcases 22 homes and 3 Churches within three 1/2 mile "loops"
  • Distinguished churches more than 100 years old, a treasure of Plattsburg. 
Food, shopping & Lodging
  • Four Full Service Restaurants and a Bakery
  • Two "Over the Counter" food shops
  • Antiques & Thrift Stores
  • Relaxing Day Spa
  • Bed & Breakfast and nightly House Rentals
  • Several "general stores" & home decor

Recreation in Plattsburg

  • An 18-hole championship golf course
  • A municipal pool
  • Five city parks
  • Bowling Alley

Recreation around Plattsburg

  • Two boat ramp accesses and fishing to Smithville Lake
  •  Hartel Lakes

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mayor's Corner
(weekly update)

Calendar of Events

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CCR3 School Calendar

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American Legion & Auxillary