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Founded in 1834, Waynesville is located in the heart of the Missouri Ozarks. The town proudly sits on Historic Route 66 and is the county seat of Pulaski County. The town's name comes from Revolutionary War hero "Mad Anthony" Wayne. Additionally, Waynesville's history includes the Northern Route of the Trail of Tears, which led through modern day Roubidoux Springs at Laughlin Park.
The Waynesville area offers tons of beautiful, natural scenery. Popular destinations include the Roubidoux creek - especially for trophy trout fisherman - and the Gasconade river, which welcomes many who enjoy a relaxing float through the beautiful Ozarks. With direct access to I-44, many citizens enjoy making day trips to larger cities, such as Springfield. Waynesville truly is a picture of small town, big life.
For more information about the Waynesville area, check out the city website at http://waynesvillemo.org