Young’s Lodge in Callao, Missouri is a quaint historical resort and event center with all the amenities of a larger B&B nestled right upon the Chariton River in northeast Missouri. In addition to being a quiet and secluded place to spend your getaway, we offer turkey and deer hunting, fishing, billiards, foosball, volleyball, ATV rides, boating, winery tours, live music for special occasions, private photography, massages, bike riding, horse trails, backpacking, bird watching, camping, mushroom hunting, picnic areas, seasonal beach activities, swimming, sunbathing and campfires on over 300 acres of trails with a lake, 3 ponds and numerous historic and scenic opportunities.
There are thousands of things to do near Callao, or within a hour’s drive of the lodge, from places of interest to outdoor recreation, sightseeing and tours to arts and culture. We can make all your arrangements for the many historical tours in our area.
North Central Missouri offers some of the finest hunting you’ll find. Our population of white tail deer is abundant with some truly beautiful trophy bucks in the area. Young’s Lodge’s hunting area has a combination of factors that will make your experience one that you will want to repeat every year.
ATV Trails & Events
Do you want to spend a weekend ATV mudding with your family or friends? Are you ready to compete against other ATV riders? Get your adrenaline pumping and let the dirt fly! Hit the trails and enjoy our ATV events here at the Lodge.
Take an amazing adventure through our acreage with hundreds of miles of hiking trails to explore. No matter where you tread you are sure to see some of the most amazing sites the forest has to offer
Enjoy a variety of bicycling opportunities ranging from Mountain Biking to Road & Gravel Cycling. Young’s Lodge is surrounded by miles and miles of scenic forest roads and rugged multi-use trails.
Besides enjoying the great outdoors here at Young’s Lodge, our guests can also partake of some excellent bird watching opportunities. There are more than 800 different species of birds in the United States and more than 400 have been identified in the state of Missouri.