Welcome to Fredericktown, Missouri
Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Ozarks, Fredericktown is a charming city with a rich history and a strong sense of community. From our beautiful parks and outdoor recreational opportunities to its unique shops and restaurants, there's something for everyone in Fredericktown.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love the many opportunities to explore the natural beauty of the surrounding area. City Lake, Azalea and Memorial Parks offer a playgrounds, picnic areas, and sports fields for visitors of all ages. Just a short drive, Amidon State Park, Caster River Shut Ins, Silver Mines and Millstream Gardens are recreation areas that offer kayaking, hiking, camping and fishing opportunities.
If you're interested in history, Fredericktown has plenty to offer as well. Founded in 1818, Fredericktown is one of the oldest communities west of the Mississippi. The Madison County Courthouse, built in 1899 by famous architect Theodore Link, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a must-see for history buffs. It's also located in the center of our walkable historic downtown district, which includes the Fredericktown Civil War Museum, providing an in-depth look at the area's role in the Civil War, and the Historic Madison County Museum showcasing the region's mining history and more. You also can't miss the historic train depot converted into a popular restaurant.
In addition to its natural beauty and rich history, Fredericktown also offers a thriving business community, including a variety of locally-owned shops and restaurants. From boutique clothing stores to farm-to-table restaurants, there is something for everyone in Fredericktown.
Whether you're looking to settle down in a friendly community or simply visiting for a weekend getaway, Fredericktown is the perfect destination.
Come explore all that our charming community has to offer!