Missouri’s state park system consistently ranks as one of the top four state park systems in the nation, contains 91 state parks and historic sites plus the trails at Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry. With more than 150,000 acres available to the public, the state park system has something to fit everyone’s needs. The system includes homes of famous Missourians, Civil War battlefields and reminders of yesterday such as gristmills and covered bridges. The state’s most outstanding landscapes, deep forests, glades, prairies, blue streams and lakes are preserved here for the publics’ enjoyment.

Millions of visitors explore Missouri’s state parks to hike, camp, fish, discover the past and explore nature. Lieutenant Governor Kehoe’s Passport Challenge encourages citizens to visit and camp at the 41 parks and historic sites listed in the passport

The Passport Challenge begins May 30th and closes October 31st. Winners will be chosen by November 6th.

Contest Rules

  •  Submissions will not be accepted after the October 31st deadline.
  • Print a digital Lieutenant Governor Passport Challenge passport here
  • All Missourians are encouraged to participate in this Passport Challenge to see if they can visit more sites than Lieutenant Governor Kehoe. When you visit the Missouri State Parks listed in the passport, be sure to stop and have your passport stamped with that parks specific stamp!
  • Receive an exclusive stamp from Lieutenant Governor Kehoe himself by visiting him at a Flapjack Stop! Follow him to the next flapjack here: www.kehoetour.com

Prizes

Grand Prize

2nd Place Prize

3rd Place Prize

Everyone who meets or exceeds the Lieutenant Governor’s total number of passport stamps will receive a Lieutenant Governor Passport Challenge t-shirt!

How to Enter

E-mail a digital copy of your Lt. Governor Downloadable Passport with the subject: Lt Gov Passport Challenge to ltgovinfo@ltgov.mo.gov and include the following information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • E-mail
  • Phone Number
  • Date
  • T-shirt size

By entering, you represent that:

  • your entry is your own original work; and
  • you own or have the rights to convey any and all right and title in any material submitted as part of your entry into the contest. By entering, you grant to The Office of Lieutenant Governor a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to edit, publish, promote, republish at any time in the future and otherwise use your submission, along with your name and likeness, in any and all media for any purpose, without further permission, notice or compensation (except where prohibited by law). By participating in the contest, you agree to release The Office of Lieutenant Governor from any and all liability, claims or actions of any kind whatsoever for injuries, damages or losses to persons and property which may be sustained in connection with the receipt, ownership, possession, use, or misuse of any prize.

The Office of Lieutenant Governor is not responsible for technical, hardware or software failures, or other errors or problems which may occur in connection with the contest, whether computer, network, technical, mechanical, typographical, printing, human or otherwise, including, without limitation, errors or problems which may occur in connection with the administration of the Contest, the processing or judging of entries, the announcement of the prizes, in any contest-related materials, or that may limit prize fulfillment or a participant’s ability to enter the contest. The Office of Lieutenant Governor reserves the right to amend these official rules and to permanently disqualify from the Contest any person it believes has intentionally violated these official rules.