Warrensburg, Missouri is a fairly small town, but is growing quickly. Home to the University of Central Missouri as well as a regional hospital and the county seat, Warrensburg has about 20,000 residents. Conference attendees will find a nice selection of restaurants and pubs to entertain them.
For more information about Warrensburg, please feel free to visit the following sites:
Visit Warrensburg (excellent site for exploring travel-related options)
Restaurants and other amenities
Hwy 13 is the main north-south road through Warrensburg, and many of the town's restaurants are located near it. The business loop from Highway 50 is the major east-west road; both of the conference hotels are located very near it, as are a number of restaurants. West Pine Street, in downtown Warrensburg, is home to a number of pubs as well as the town's oldest coffeehouse, Java Junction (located at the corner of Pine and Holden).
Click here for a Google Map listing some of the recommended restaurants in town, as well as the conference site and parking areas.
If you have the free application Google Earth installed on your computer, you can download a .KMZ file enabling you to view the map in that format. Right-click (Mac users control-click) here and save the linked file, then open it from Google Earth.