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Cape Girardeau, MO

Lobby : Opens Tomorrow At 8:30 AM

Drive-Up : Opens Tomorrow At 8:00 AM


1650 N. Kingshighway Suite 101
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701

Contact Information

  • Phone: 573-339-5787

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  • Monday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed


  • Monday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Manager: Michelle Jones

Cape Girardeau, Missouri sits in the southeast corner of the state. Along the Mississippi River, just across the Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge from Illinois, the city’s 200-year history is tied to its position on the river. In the 1700s, French trader, Jean Girardot established the area as a trading post along the Mississippi in the proximity of more than 20 Native American tribes, offering a place to exchange furs and other goods. In 1793, the city was officially founded as a military post and served as a gateway for Lewis and Clark’s journey west. Also, near the river, is the Civil War-era Ford D where Lieutenant John Wesley Powell directed a Union regiment before later venturing west where he explored the Grand Canyon. However, with Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO) and Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center, the city’s legacy is still growing. Cape Girardeau is home to 40,000 people and covers nearly 30 square miles in Cape Girardeau County, spilling into Scott County. It’s estimated that nearly double that number visit the city for school or work, making it an important hub for education and industry. “Cape”, as the city is called locally, has an expansive, educational conservation nature center, a safari park where exotic animals are showcased, the Show Me Center on SEMO campus which hosts everything from Redhawks basketball to big name concerts like Parker McCollum and traveling shows like Disney on Ice and Blippi, The Isle Casino, a regional airport, and Cape Splash Aquatic Center just across from Banterra Centre.  

The Banterra Bank branch in Cape is located within Banterra Centre on Kingshighway Drive. The Cape branch and Banterra Centre are visible from State Hwy 61/Interstate 55 Business Route on the east side of the highway, where Lexington Avenue, Mt Auburn Road, and the highway converge. You’ll find the building across from Cape Splash Family Aquatic Center, north of Plaza Tire Service and Ford Groves Ford Lincoln car dealership, and south of Ace Hardware, McDonald’s and Scooter’s Coffee.  

On the ground floor of the building, alongside the Italian Ciao Ristorante, Banterra Bank provides a modern, comfortable environment for day-to-day transactions, or to talk with specialists for personal, business, or agricultural banking needs.  

Cape Girardeau Bank - Banterra Location near SEMO

This branch in Cape is the nearest location for students, faculty and staff of Southeast Missouri State University. This location is also convenient for customers in Scott City, Jackson, or Gordonville, Missouri or in McClure or East Cape Girardeau, Illinois. 

Directions to the Cape Girardeau, Missouri Banterra Branch 

From southern parts of Southeast Missouri State University campus (two miles, 4 minutes by car): 

Getting to Banterra Centre and the Cape Girardeau Banterra Bank branch is easy from Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO) campus. From southern locations on campus, drive west on Broadway Street to Interstate 55/Missouri Highway 61. A Burger King and Huddle House occupy that intersection. Turn right to drive north (toward I-55) on Kingshighway. 1.5 miles north on I-55, past a Mobil station, Dunkin, Food Giant, Dollar General, and Ford Grove Ford Lincoln auto dealership. You’ll see the Cape Banterra Bank branch next to Rhode’s Convenience Store and across from Cape Splash. 

From northern parts of Southeast Missouri State University campus (three and a half miles, 7 minutes by car): 

From northern parts of campus, such as Abe Stuber Track and Field Complex, Southeast Softball Complex, or Redhawk Commons, Bertling Street would be a more direct route. Travel west on Bertling Street to the T intersection with Perryville Road. At that stop sign, turn right onto Perryville Road and proceed past Westminster Presbyterian Church and Kiwanis Park. At Lexington Avenue, you’ll come to a 4-way stop and an Exxon station. Turn left onto Lexington Avenue, and proceed for 1 mile, past the Fire Station, A Child’s Journey Learning Academy, and La Croix Church. Enter the roundabout and exit at the third exit onto Cape La Croix Road toward Banterra Centre.  

From Scott City, Kelso and other points south of Cape Girardeau, Missouri (more than ten miles, 15 minutes or more by car): 

From most areas of Scott City, drive west toward Scott City School and I-55. Merge onto I-55 North/Missouri Highway 61 North, and continue past Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, Central High School, and Candlewood Suites. After 6 miles, you’ll see Exit 96 near Target and Cracker Barrel. Take Exit 96 toward William Street, where you’ll drive east on William Street into Cape and soon meet the intersection with Mt Auburn Road where you’ll see Panera Bread. Turn left onto Mt Auburn Road. Continue for another 2 miles where a McDonald’s and a short bridge over Cape La Croix Creek mark the intersection with Kingshighway. You’ll immediately see Banterra Centre and parking ahead and to the right. 

From Jackson, Oak Ridge and other points north of Cape Girardeau, Missouri (more than seven miles, 12 minutes or more by car): 

From Jackson, Missouri, drive east out of town on E Main Street to the I-55 onramp. Travel south on I-55 for 2 miles to Exit 99 where you’ll see Cape Girardeau SportsPlex. Drive south on Missouri Highway 61/I-55 Business Loop past the Conservation Nature Center, Cape County Memorial Park, Advanced Dermatology, Scooter’s Coffee, Huck’s Auto Sales and Ace Hardware. Just past the intersection with Lexington Avenue and Mt Auburn Road, at the bridge over Cape La Croix Creek, you’ll see Banterra Centre on the left. Take that left to Banterra Centre and Banterra Bank parking. 

From Gordonville, Missouri (eight and a half miles, 14 minutes by car): 

From the Gordonville, Missouri Dollar General at the intersection of Highway 25 and State Highway K, drive out of town to the east for 5 miles. You’ll pass Notre Dame Regional High School, Elite Car Wash and Wal-Mart as you enter Cape Girardeau. Cross I-55 and continue to South Mt. Auburn Road where there is a Panera Bread at the intersection. Turn left onto South Mt. Auburn Road and travel for 2 miles. McDonald’s and a short bridge over Cape La Croix Creek mark the intersection with 1-55/Missouri Highway 61. You’ll immediately see Banterra Centre and parking ahead and to the right. 

From East Cape Girardeau, Illinois (six and a half miles, 12 minutes by car): 

From East Cape Girardeau, Illinois, drive east on Shawnee Parkway/Highway 146, crossing the Mississippi River via the Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge. Continue for 2 more miles, passing a Budweiser distribution facility and the intersection of Kingshighway Road. At the intersection of Interstate 55/Missouri Highway 61, you'll see U-Haul. Turn right to drive north on I-55. 1.5 miles north on I-55, past CVS, Wal-Mart, Dunkin, Food Giant, and Ford Groves Ford Lincoln dealership. Banterra Centre will be on the right side of Kingshighway, just off the highway. 

Thank You for Choosing Banterra Bank in Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Banterra Bank knows you have your choice of Cape Girardeau banks. Through attentive customer service and products that help you manage your finances well, we work hard to earn your business. Thank you for choosing Banterra Bank and the Cape Girardeau branch.