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Fort Davidson Hotel spacious guest room with 1 queen bed
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Fort Davidson Hotel is located on the battlefield of the Historic Civil War Battle of Pilot Knob.  We are within minutes of 3 Missouri State Parks - Elephant Rocks, Johnson's Shut-Ins, Taum Sauk.  All of our rooms come equiped with a micro-frig, coffee maker, and free WIFI.  Come stay with us as you enjoy the beautiful Arcadia Valley.

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Tags: fort davidson hotel; elephant rocks; johnson's shut-ins; vacation; arcadia valley; pilot knob; lesterville; ironton
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