Neosho is a tightly-knit community with several claims to fame that make this town so unique. For instance, Neosho boasts the oldest Federal Fish Hatchery still in operation. There is an abundance of scenic parks to enjoy, including Neosho’s crown jewel, Big Spring Park. In addition, the George Washington Carver National Monument and the birthplace of George Washington Carver are just a quick drive from the north end of town.
The prevalence of beautiful flowers throughout Neosho is impossible to miss and is the reason it has long been known as “The Flower-Box City.” Not only do the residents celebrate its history, but they also invest in its future through education. Neosho is home to Crowder Community College, with over 80 programs offered to its student body. Strong community bonds, a focus on education, and breathtaking natural beauty are only a few of the reasons more and more people are eager to make this stunning location their home.