Rhineland is a village in Montgomery County, Missouri, United States. The population was 176 at the 2000 census, at which time it was a town. Its name came from German immigrants from the River Rhine area.
Located on the north bank of the Missouri River, Rhineland was devastated by water in the Great Flood of 1993. It became the first town to accept federal funds to move out of a flood plain. All the houses in the town were moved about 1½ miles uphill.
Rhineland is located at 38°43′5″N 91°31′4″W / 38.71806°N 91.51778°W / 38.71806; -91.51778 (38.718143, -91.517776).