Farmington, MO Summer Camps

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S-f Scout Ranch
Knob Lick, MO 63651  
Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living
 
 
S F Scout Ranch
Knob Lick, MO  
Traditional Camps: Boy Scouts
 

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About Farmington, MO

Farmington is a city in St. Francois County located 60 miles south of St. Louis in the Lead Belt region in Missouri in the United States. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 16,240. It is the county seat of St. Francois County . The Farmington Micropolitan Statistical Area embraces St. Francois County and Washington County and has a population of 90,554 as of 2010. Arriving upon land west of the Mississippi River in 1798—which was, at that time, part of the upper Louisiana Territory and under Spanish rule—was the Irish born William Murphy. Murphy was searching for the ideal site to relocate his family and, as the tradition goes, came to find a spring near the now-standing St. Francois County Courthouse with the aid of a local Native American. Deciding that this was an excellent place to set up home, Murphy acquired a Spanish Land Grant, allowing him and his family to establish a settlement along the St. Francois River. In his travels back to Kentucky, Murphy passed, leaving it up to his wife, Sarah Barton Murphy, and their grown sons to establish the settlement–which they did when arriving to the site around 1800. Named Murphy’s Settlement, Sarah Barton Murphy is known to have assembled the premier Protestant Sunday School west of the Mississippi River. Due to Spanish law barring any religious services that were not...