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Clearlight Inn offers 37 guestrooms with a king or two queen-size beds. Our luxury suite has a big-screen TV, oversized jetted tub and a fireplace.
The conference room has seating for 40. A large patio offers a comfortable place to sit and relax. The parking lot has electrical hook-ups. Tator's Family Restaurant is adjacent; a convenience store is across the street; Lucas Oil Speedway is 10 minutes away.
Located in the Carsons Corner area, one mile east of the Pomme de Terre Dam; three miles south of Hermitage.
Located along the 7,800-acre Pomme de Terre Lake, this park offers lots of solitude and sunshine. The park has two areas, near Hermitage and Pittsburg, with campsites, beaches, boat ramps, a marina, trails and picnic sites and a shelter.
Pomme de Terre Lake is an anglers dream; this is the spot for those seeking trophy muskie. No other freshwater fish offers the combination of size, strength, ferociousness, and "big game" appeal than the muskie.
Camping is offered year-round with basic, electric and electric/water sites. There is a full-service marina available, a beach, shelter house, laundry, picnic area and trails. The water, showerhouse and dump stations are seasonal. The park is located at the 7,800-acre Pomme de Terre Lake, which offers special opportunities to catch Muskie. A swimming beach, marina, trails, yurts and picnicking are available. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Specializing in muskie and walleye on Lake Pomme de Terre. We provide all the quality equipment needed; just bring yourself and a desire to catch a muskellunge. You will need a current Missouri fishing license; rain gear (if necessary); beverages (we supply free bottled water; and lunch/snacks (we can stop at a marina).
Don’t forget your camera. No alcohol on the boat. We can arrange lodging. There is a check list on their website.
The management lands consist of more than 58,000 acres distributed around the Truman Reservoir in parts of Henry, Benton, Hickory and St. Clair counties in west central Missouri.
Historically, American Indians occupying this area were principally Osage, Shawnee and Kickapoo.
The area is known for great bird watching, fishing and hunting. Trapping by special permit.
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