Alpine Park and Gardens

14341 Proctor Road
Columbia, MO 65202
Phone: (573) 443-7106

Contact Alpine Park and Gardens
Reservations for special events are taken at any time. Usual hours for visiting are 9 a.m. to dusk. Event time can currently start at 9 a.m. Event lengths are based upon each event. Time extensions are available. Use the form below or email us at
alpinepark@centurytel.net to contact Alpine Park and Gardens. If it is urgent, please don't hesitate to give us a call!

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Directions

Have a safe and pleasant journey as you travel to and from Alpine Park and Gardens. Be watchful for wildlife and others on the road.

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From Columbia, Missouri (20 minutes)

Proceed North on Highway 63 approximately 12 miles from I-70, cross over the Silver Fork Creek Bridge and take a left onto Missouri Route 124 West (Harrisburg exit), stay left for 2 miles, take a left on Proctor Road and proceed to the Alpine Park entrance. There are several parking areas available, including an asphalt area near the entrance.



From Moberly, Missouri (20 minutes)

Proceed South on Highway 63 to Missouri Route 124 exit to Harrisburg (Heuer’s Cafe) and take a right and follow signs to Proctor Rd. (2 miles) turn left onto Proctor Rd. and you will arrive at our entrance as you proceed down this road one-half mile.



From Fayette / Harrisburg Missouri (10 minutes)

Proceed on Missouri Route 124 East toward Highway 63. Proctor Rd. is 6 miles east of Harrisburg. Take a right onto Proctor and proceed to entrance.

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From Kansas City, Missouri (2-3 Hours)

Interstate I-70 East toward Columbia. First option is to take the second exit after the Missouri River Bridge marked Route J (exit 117) and go North (left under the bridge) and continue until you come to Harrisburg and intersect with Highway 124, take a right and proceed 6 miles to Proctor Rd. and take a right and continue to entrance. Second option is to continue on I-70 to Columbia and take the Stadium Blvd off-ramp (exit 124), left onto Stadium Blvd and proceed North where as it turns into Route E. Proceed about 12 miles to the junction with Missouri Route 124. Take a right and go about 5 miles to Proctor Rd. and take a right and proceed to entrance. Third option is proceed on I-70 to exit 128-A which is the I-70 & 63 interchange. Get off I-70 and take a left onto highway 63. Go through the lights and proceed North about 12 miles to the Missouri Route 124 WEST exit. You will go over the Silver Fork Creek Bridge. The left-hand turn is 1/2 mile past this bridge. Turn left and follow signs and two miles down on the Left is Proctor Rd. Take a left onto Proctor Rd. and continue to entrance. The First Two Options will put you onto smaller,curving roads, but will get you to Alpine just the same coming from the West. At times the I-70 & 63 interchange can be quite congested due to volume of traffic. Adjust your travel plans to take this into account.

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From St. Louis, Missouri (2-3 Hours)

Interstate I-70 West toward Columbia. Take exit 128-A at the I-70 & 63 interchange and turn right onto 63 and proceed through the lights and continue North 12 miles to Missouri Route 124 WEST (you will go over the Silver Fork Creek Bridge). Take a left onto Missouri Route 124 and follow signs to Proctor Rd. (2 miles). Take a Left onto Proctor and proceed to entrance.



Travel Time

Due to the volume of traffic on the road today and events that can congest it even further, it's best to leave 30 minutes to an hour early to avoid the stress of this. MoDot provides a website/phone number for road construction and information about detours and delay. Contact at www.modot.org or (888) 275-6636



Guest Shuttles

There are several options to accommodate guests for shuttling to and from a hotel. The number of guest and reception activity would determine if this would be a viable option to pursue. Smaller needs (<12) would warrant looking at passenger Van rentals. Larger needs would be a bus. Look under questions the FAQ page under TRANSPORTATION for some different options.

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