Cassville, Missouri Facts:
- County: Barry
- Coverage Area (Total): 2.8 sq. miles
- Elevation: 1,309 ft.
- Population: 3,266
- Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Arkansas – Beaver, Berryville, Blue Eye, Busch, Cabanal, Eureka Springs, Grandview, Green Forest, Holiday Island, Maple, Metalton, Oak Grove, Oak Hill, Pleasant Ridge, Pleasant Valley, Rudd, Rule, Urbanette; Missouri – Arrow Point, Bates Corner, Carr Lane, Cassville, Cato, Chain-O-Lakes, Eagle Rock, Emerald Beach, Exeter, Fairview, Golden, Hailey, Hill City, Hilltop, Jenkins, Lohmer, Mano, Mineral Spring, Oak Ridge, Pasley, Ridgley, Rocky Comfort, Seligman, Shell Knob, Viola, Washburn, Wayne, Wheaton
Cassville was named in honor of Senator Lewis Cass (from Michigan). The town's Main Street was once the "Old Wire Road," which followed the first telegraph line in 1859. During the Civil War, both Union and Confederate forces used the route. And, in 1861, Cassville served as the Confederate Capital of Missouri for a brief stretch of time.
Cassville maintains a variety of attractions including: