We at Morgan Realty, LLC encourage you to consider the Thayer, Missouri area if you are looking for a place to buy a home, farm or land. We also recognize the importance of strong communities, built by strong families. Thayer is such a place. We urge you to visit the Thayer, Missouri Chamber of Commerce website, which promotes and represents the agricultural, commercial, civic and economic interests of Oregon County. For more information call the Chamber at (417)264-7324.
Below are additional local links and information which you might find both helpful and interesting.
Mammoth Spring was discovered early, because when David Dale Owen, first Arkansas state geologist, passed by in 1850, the spring already had been used for milling for 14 years, starting in 1836. Local boom during the 1880s featured the spring as a major attraction, enabling the consolidation of spring ownership. Used primarily as scenic attraction and power site, milling continued until at least 1944, and power generation until 1972. The spring is the site of a federal fish hatchery, and became an Arkansas state park in 1957.
Thayer, Missouri Schools -
Home of the Bobcats!
Please visit our website for more information.
Thayer-Mammoth Spring Arts & Crafts Show and Sale
Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6, 2005
The Thayer-Mammoth Spring Arts & Crafts Association and the Thayer High School Technology Student Association invite you to the 30th Annual Craft Show and Sale. This huge two day event is scheduled for Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6, 2005 and will be held at the Thayer High School on Highway 142 E. just east of the Wal-Mart store and the intersection of US 63 and Missouri 142. We welcome all types of hand crafted items. We ask please no kits, imports, flea market items, or commercially produced items. Read more at the Chamber's Events Page...
Grand Gulf State Park
Grand Gulf State Park preserves one of the most spectacular geologic areas in Missouri. The major feature of the park is the collapsed remains of a major cave system, with a sinkhole, cave, natural bridge, and the gulf itself, which is often called the Little Grand Canyon.
Read more at the Chamber's Grand Gulf Page...