Better Pest Control in Springfield
The Birthplace of Route 66, Springfield plays host to myriad sights, sounds, and destinations. Starting on the route itself, in addition to a slew of antique stores and historic motels, you'll find the Air & Military Museum of the Ozarks, which showcases vintage military equipment and aircraft; the 1926-era Gillioz Theater, which still plays movies, concerts, and the like; and the History Museum on the Square, named America's No. 1 Best New Attraction by USA Today. There's also the Route 66 Car Museum; Pythian Castle, a haunted attraction; and the Praying Hands Memorial.
Also known as the Queen City of the Ozarks, Springfield has plenty to do outdoors, too. Civil War enthusiasts will make it a priority to see Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, where the second major battle of this war took place. If you're looking to explore natural springs, caves, trails, and mountains, go hiking or biking through the Mark Twain National Forest. Other options include Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park, with its botanical gardens, lake, and butterfly house; Sequiota Park, with its playgrounds and trails; and Dickerson Park Zoo, which houses more than 500 animals.
Oenophiles and beer connoisseurs will enjoy indulging in the array of wineries, breweries, and distilleries on deck. Located amid gorgeous views inside a renovated 1905 farmhouse sits Tyler Ridge Vineyard Winery, and when you're in the mood for wine and mead, hit up 7C's Winery & Vineyard. Back Home Brewing Company is the perfect place to relax with a pint and some friends and Tie & Timber Beer Company is where you go when you want a fine selection of craft brews.
On the foodie scene, which comprises more than 1,000 eateries, there's Black Sheep Burgers and Shakes, where the burgers are gourmet and the shakes are spiked; Cafe Cusco, which serves up authentic Peruvian fare; Flame Steakhouse & Wine Bar; Aviary Cafe and Creperie, a French bistro offering sweet and savory crepes; and Hinode Japanese Steakhouse. Take your after-dinner desserts at Andy's Frozen Custard, Delicieux's bakery, or St. George's Donuts.
But the only way to get out and explore your city is to get out and explore your city -- and you can't do that if you're stuck at home tending to your own pest control duties. Free up plenty of time by using LawnStarter. Simply visit lawnstarter.com or download the app to your phone. Once you're there, put in your ZIP code and create your account to see a list of pest control companies in your area. Next, select the locally owned business that works best for you and schedule your service date. These pros will come out and rid your residence of ants, spiders, silverfish, bees, rodents, and millipedes, as well as safely remove and relocate any nuisance wildlife, such as racoons, squirrels, bats, and snakes.
Once you've added LawnStarter to your team, you'll be free to explore the place where you live.