City of Pleasant Hill, MO

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The City of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, located just southeast of Kansas City, offers a wide variety of amenities for residents and opportunities for developers. Visitors come to Pleasant Hill for the charm of our Historic Downtown District and to ride the MoPAC Trail and the State of Missouri's Rock Island Trail an extension of the renowned KATY Trail. Outdoor recreation offers a variety of activities including bicycling, fishing, boating, swimming, tennis, and team sports. The City Lake is a popular destination for camping and disc golf.

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