Lebanon is a city in Laclede County, Missouri, United States. The population was 14,474 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Laclede County.
There's no other place quite like Lebanon, Missouri. There are plenty of unique things to do in Lebanon you just can’t find anywhere else. Where else can you catch a trout, cruise Route 66, float on a quiet river, visit a festival, shop for antiques and watch racing in season? These are just a few of the things to do in Lebanon. Lebanon is part of the historic U.S. Route 66 in Missouri and has hosted tourism-related businesses such as the Munger-Moss Motel (still extant) and Wrink's Market (closed 2009, its founder Glen Wrinkle deceased 2007).
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Bennett Spring State Park:
Bennett Spring is the state's third-largest spring. The park features; among other activities: trout fishing; lodging; camping; a dining lodge; fly-fishing schools; a nature center; a swimming pool; float trips; hiking trails; a general store; and picnicking.
Bennett Spring is 12 miles west of Lebanon. Fishing hours vary by month. Trout season is March-October; catch and release is allowed at specific times the rest of the year.
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Lebanon I-44 Speedway is located along I-44 and on Route 66 in Lebanon, Missouri. The high banked 3/8th mile asphalt oval is the only NASCAR track in the state of Missouri, as well as the only weekly asphalt oval within 300 miles. Lebanon I-44 Speedway operates as one of the most successful asphalt short track programs in the country on Saturday nights April through September. It features some of the largest events in the country, most of which celebrate the tracks NASCAR heritage such as the Mercy Masters of the Pro’s 144, Our Town Your Town Celebration, Salute to 75 and the Roper Family Classic.
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