El Dorado Springs, Missouri Facts:
- County: Cedar
- Population: 3,583
- Coverage Area (Total): 3.1 sq. miles
- Elevation: 850 ft.
- Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Amos, Arcola, Ardath, Arnica, Arthur, Asbury, Avilla, Bearcreek, Bellamy, Bona, Boston, Bristow, Bronaugh, Cane Hill, Caplinger Mills, Carbon Center, Cedar Springs, Cedarville, Claud, Coal Hill, Comet, Corry, Cossville, Crisp, Dadeville, Dederick, Deerfield, El Dorado Springs, Ellis, Eve, Everton, Fair Haven, Fair Play, Filley, Glen Town, Golden City, Greenfield, Hackleman Corner, Handley,, Hannon, Harwood, Horton, Iantha, Irwin, Jasper, Jerico Springs, Kenoma, Kings Point, Lamar, Lamar Heights, Layneville, Lebeck, Liberal, Lockwood, Maple Grove, Masters, Medoc, Meinert, Metz, Milford, Milo, Mindenmines, Montevallo, Moundville, Nashville, Nassau Junction, Neola, Nevada, Newport, Oak Ridge (Vernon County), Oakton, Olympia, Oskaloosa, Pacetown, Panama, Pennsboro, Pilgrim, Portia, Rich Hill, Richards, Rinehart, Rookins, Rousertown, Schell City, Seybert, Sheldon, South Greenfield, Stockton, Stotesbury, Swart, Sylvania, Tuckers Corner, Umber, Umber View Heights, Verdella, Virgil City, Wagoner, Walker, Willowville, Wimmer
Our online Yellow Pages for El Dorado Springs, MO offer complete listings for area businesses. Listing information includes addresses, phone numbers, websites, maps, and more!
El Dorado Springs History
El Dorado Springs (commonly referred to as El Do) was established in 1881 near a natural spring by brothers Nathaniel and Waldo Cruce. The two attempted to capitalize on a claim that the local spring water had medicinal powers, and, thus, named the town after the legendary city of gold, El Dorado. The town's Founder's Day Picnic has taken place every year since 1885 and stands as the largest attraction of the year.
Are you new to El Dorado Springs? Just checking out the area? Please see the links provided below to find local attractions and helpful resources.