Missouri Route 64

Route 64 is a highway in central Missouri with endpoints of Route 254 south of Hermitage and Route 5 in Lebanon.

Route 64 marker

Route 64
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length51.290 mi[1] (82.543 km)
Major junctions
West end Route 254 near Pomme de Terre Lake
East end Route 5 in Lebanon
Highway system
I-64US 65

Route 64 is one of the original 1922 state highways and originally ran between Preston and Collins. It would eventually be moved further to the south with its older alignment becoming U.S. Route 54. It would also be extended east. It is also only one of two Missouri state highways bearing the same number as an Interstate highway in Missouri.

Major intersectionsEdit

Hickory0.0000.000  Route 254 – Hermitage, GalmeyWestern terminus
0.8951.440  Route RDEastern terminus of Route RD
Nemo3.1285.034    Route D / Route NN to US 65 – PrestonWestern terminus of Route NN
5.5928.999  Route 64B – Pomme de Terre State ParkSouthern terminus of Route 64B
Pittsburg7.27611.710  Route JEastern terminus of Route J
8.04012.939  Route RAWestern terminus of Route RA
county line
9.33115.017  Route TTEastern terminus of Route TT
Polk12.61520.302   Route D / Route RB – PolkNorthern terminus of Route RB, Southern is D
15.94525.661   Route HH to US 65Southern terminus of Route HH
17.98428.942  Route P – HalfwayNorthern terminus of Route P
DallasLouisburg21.95635.335  US 65 – Urbana, Buffalo
24.21438.969  Route USouthern terminus of Route U
25.74041.425  Route 73 – Buffalo, Tunas
28.77546.309  Route T – Lead MineSouthern terminus of Route T
32.03351.552  Route K – WindyvilleNorthern terminus of Route K
Laclede40.89165.808  Route 64A – Bennett SpringsEastern terminus of Route 64A
46.97775.602  Route KKEastern terminus of Route KK
48.18477.545  Route AASouthern terminus of Route AA
Lebanon51.29182.545   Route 5 / Route 32 – CamdentonEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related routesEdit

Route 64 is the only remaining Missouri highway with lettered branches.

Route 64AEdit


Route 64A
LocationBennett Spring State Park
Length1.509 mi[1] (2.429 km)

Route 64A is a 1.5-mile-long (2.4 km) spur off Route 64 which ends in Bennett Spring State Park. When Route 64 was on its old alignment, another Route 64A went north to the Benton/Hickory county line and is now part of Route 83.

The entire route is in Bennett Spring State Park.

Laclede0.0000.000Bennett Springs State Park Road 22Western terminus
0.0240.039  Route OONorthern terminus of Route OO
No major junctions
Laclede1.5092.429   Route 64 to Route 73 – LebanonEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 64BEdit


Route 64B
LocationPomme de Terre State Park
Length2.257 mi[1] (3.632 km)

Route 64B is a 2.2-mile-long (3.5 km) spur off Route 64 between Nemo and Pittsburg. It ends at Pomme de Terre Lake.

The entire route is in Hickory County.

Pomme de Terre State Park0.0000.000Pomme de Terre State ParkWestern terminus at park entrance
2.2573.632  Route 64 – Nemo, PittsburgEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c d e f Missouri Department of Transportation (November 8, 2012). MoDOT HPMAPS (Map). Missouri Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 8, 2012.