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Keep Cape Strong

At Visit Cape, we believe one of our community’s greatest assets is our people. You welcome our visitors with warm smiles, and sometimes a hug (let’s not do that right now though, k?). You share with them the history of our town (sometimes, with a few tall tales).  You fill their bellies with delicious food ... Read More

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt

Going a little stir crazy indoors? Running out of activities that keep the whole family happy and engaged? We’re here to help! Cape is known for being a hub that blends history, outdoor activities and excitement. To highlight all of these amazing features, we have created a scavenger hunt just for you! Lace up your ... Read More

An Outdoor Explorer’s Guide to Cape-Area Trails

With trails so good, even Lewis & Clark checked them out. OK, maybe not these exact trails, but they did stop in Cape Girardeau in 1803 and you can visit the site at Trail of Tears State Park where the Corps of Discovery camped for a night, while enjoying some amazing hiking and biking. We ... Read More

Coffee in Cape

As David Letterman once said, “If it wasn’t for coffee, I’d have no discernible personality at all.” If Letterman ever visits Cape Girardeau, we’re pretty confident he’d be happy with his caffeine options – and so will you. Our city is home to some of the freshest cuppa joe you’ll ever encounter – from cozy ... Read More

COVID-19 Actions & Preparation

A Note from VisitCape Cape Girardeau residents and visitors, your health and safety are our top priorities at this time. Remember to take care of yourself and your family.  Reliable sources for more information on COVID-19 can be found at the WHO and CDC websites.  We are regularly monitoring the updates locally and nationally of the spread of COVID-19.  ... Read More

How to pull off a whale of a time on St. Patty’s day in Cape Girardeau

Whether you’re searching for a pint of Gat or the best corned beef and cabbage around, here’s where to go and what to do while proudly sporting your green and shamrocks   Americans have been celebrating St. Patrick’s Day for over 280 years – that day-long jubilee honoring the heritage and culture of the Irish ... Read More
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