About Gray Summit, Missouri

Gray Summit is a census-designated place (CDP) in Franklin County, Missouri, United States. The population was 2,701 at the 2010 census. Also called Gray's Summit, it was founded by Daniel Gray of New York who built a hotel here in 1845. This community was the highest point on the Missouri Pacific Railroad between St. Louis, Missouri and Kansas City, Missouri; a railroad tunnel runs underneath the community. It is located on Interstate 44 and is home to Purina Farms and the Shaw Nature Reserve.

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Gray Summit Facts

  • Population Total: 2701
  • Square Miles: 7.4
  • Area Code: 636
  • Elevation: 666
  • Postal Codes: 63039
  • Timezone: North American Central