ⓘ El Dorado Springs, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ El Dorado Springs, Missouri

El Dorado Springs is the largest city in Cedar County, Missouri, United States. The population was 3.593 at the 2010 census. The name is commonly shortened to El Dorado or El Do.

                                     
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  • El Dorado Springs or El Dorado Springs may refer to: Eldorado Springs Arkansas Eldorado Springs Colorado El Dorado Springs Missouri
  • El Dorado County El Dorado Hills, California Eldorado Canyon State Park, Colorado Eldorado Township, Minnesota El Dorado Springs Missouri El Dorado Houston
  • El Dorado ˌɛldəˈreɪdoʊ EL - də - RAY - doh is city and county seat of Butler County, Kansas, United States. It is situated along the Walnut River in the
  • southwest Missouri Its eastern terminus is at Route 83 in northwest Hickory County its western terminus is at U.S. Route 54 in El Dorado Springs From 1922
  • 97 is a highway in southwest Missouri Its northern terminus is at Route 32 eight miles 13 km south of El Dorado Springs its southern terminus is at
  • station broadcasting a Country music music format. Licensed to El Dorado Springs Missouri United States, the station is currently owned by Wildwood Communications
  • Sacramento to El Dorado County. The 50 Express provides hourly buses travel from Missouri Flat Rd. to and from Red Hawk Casino, Cameron Park, El Dorado Hills
  • El Dorado Springs R - II School District El Dorado Springs El Dorado Springs Elementary School PK - 05 El Dorado Springs Middle School 06 - 08 El Dorado
  • in Missouri Its eastern terminus is at the Mississippi River near Ste. Genevieve its western terminus is at U.S. Route 54 in El Dorado Springs It
  • The El Dorado and Wesson Railway reporting mark EDW is a short - line railroad headquartered in El Dorado Arkansas. EDW operates a 5.5 mile line in Arkansas
  • district El Dorado High School, Placerville est. 1928 Oak Ridge High School, El Dorado Hills est. 1980 Ponderosa High School, Shingle Springs est. 1963