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Anglers under the age of 16 are allowed to sign up and obtain a free trout tag. The Department of Conservation will offer educational instruction in trout fishing, fish cleaning, etc. Awards will be handed out to successful anglers.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Conservation and Roaring River Emory Melton Inn sponsor this event.
Roaring River State Park is proud of its wintering bald-eagle population. For this event, we show a video about bald eagles in Missouri; after the video, participants go outside the nature center to watch bald eagles coming in to roost for the night. Binoculars and warm clothing are recommended.
The eagle watching programs will be held on the two dates listed above ONLY
Roaring River State Park is very proud of its wintering bald eagle population. A video about bald eagles in Missouri will be shown. After the video, participants will go outside the nature center to watch for bald eagles coming in to roost for the night. Binoculars and warm clothing are usually needed.
Come explore the unique glade ecosystem found at Roaring River State Park. Discover the ingredients it takes to make a glade while attending “Recipe for a Glade,” and visit discovery stations featuring glade animals, plants, glade management techniques and more.
Purchase beautiful and beneficial native plants for all areas of your landscape from the Missouri Wildflower Nursery.
You won’t want to miss out on this gladetastic day!
Spring is the time when the world is changing color every day. Please join a park naturalist to uncover some of the beautiful colors of spring and discuss flower parts and positions as we explore the wildflowers blooming at the park.
This hike, held annually, is four miles through Roaring River Hills Wild Area. You will enjoy a hike through a portion of the 2,075 acres wild area during the height of fall colors. The hike will also tour a portion of Roaring River Cove – Hardwood Natural Area.
Wear comfortable hiking shoes and bring water and a sack lunch or snack.
Various outdoor skills classes will be presented throughout the park. Classes will include caving, rappelling, canoeing, black powder and shotgun safety and shooting, shooting sports, reloading, fly casting and fishing, fly tying, ultra-lite fishing, trapping, archery, arrow making and flint knapping, primitive camping, primitive hunting, camping, outdoors survival, orienteering, Dutch oven cooking, wild munchies, nature landscaping, outdoor photography – beginning and advanced, geo-caching, butter-flying, stargazing and wood lore to name a few.
Amenities include interior corridors, free Wi-Fi and breakfast. Eight miles from Roaring River State Park.
The Barry County Museum exhibits a wide range of items, on a rotating basis, related to the historical and cultural identity of the Ozarks and Barry County. The Barry County Museum also houses the Fields’ Photo Archives, containing more than 1 million original negatives of the families and places of Barry County. Located on the museum grounds are the one-room Black School House, the Edens Cabin, and catch-and-release pond. The Barry County Museum also publishes the Lifetimes of Memories oral history series, which, as of April of 2011, includes 14 volumes of history through the remembrances of men and women who have made their homes in Barry County, Missouri. Admission is free.
Our community, which is centered around a historic courthouse along main street, boasts of successful industries, Roaring River State Park, unique retail shops and many community events.
Located on a tree-shaded acre adjoining Roaring River State Park. Totally furnished three-bedroom cottage will accommodate 10-12 people. Fully equipped kitchen, two baths, fireplace, satellite TV, telephone, linens provided. We have a picnic area with fire pit, and a large patio with a grill and smoker. Pet friendly. No smoking inside. We are located on Route F, adjoining Roaring River State Park, two miles east of Route 112; six miles from Table Rock Lake. Two-night minimum stay. Open March 1-Oct. 31.
A full-menu cafe featuring old-fashion home cooking and homemade desserts. Daily specials and 10 percent discounts for seniors every day. The store carries groceries, dairy products, farm-fresh produce and eggs, hand crafts, hardware, live bait and tackle. Located in Cape Fair, halfway between Branson and Cassville/Shell Knob on Route 76.
Located just two miles north of Roaring River State Park and Mark Twain National Forest, Oak Hill Court & RV Park. Amenities include a swimming pool for all guests, game room, firepits, grills, Dish Network, free Wi-Fi, kitchens, cabins and the RV park. We have electric/water back-in sites ($18-$20/night) and full hook-up pull-thru sites ($22/night). Your seventh consecutive night is always free in the cabins or RV park. Reservations taken between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Open Feb. 28-Oct. 31.
We have cabins, kitchen units and standard rooms. We have a game room, outside play area and pavilions and an outdoor pool. We are located less than one mile from Roaring River and the entrance to Roaring River State Park; nine miles from Table Rock Lake.
Pets weighing 20 pounds or less are allowed, with prior approval; there is an additional fee.
Trout fishermen flock to the rugged and scenic Roaring River State Park. The park offers trails, camping, cabins, a swimming pool, a nature center, picnic sites and shelters, and dining. The Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center echoes the park's rustic atmosphere.
Please note, the Nature Center at Roaring River State Park is closed Mondays and Tuesdays from March 1 through the Tuesday before Memoral Day, and Mondays after Labor Day through Oct. 31.
This park features reservable basic, eletric and full hook-up campsites. The campgrounds offer a dump station, showers and laundry. Trout fishing, a swimming pool, hiking, eagle watching, fish-hatchery tours and a nature center are features. Dining facilities available. Camping Reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Lodging includes cabins and motel rooms housed in a rustic lodge. Trout fishing, a swimming pool, hiking, eagle watching, fish-hatchery tours and a nature center are features. Dining facilities available.
Cabins and RV park. All cabins have air conditioning; most have fully equipped kitchens. Your seventh consecutive night is free.
We are located three miles from Roaring River State Park; eight miles from Table Rock Lake. We offer two, one-bedroom suites with a sleeper-sofa and fully equipped kitchen; eight, two-bedroom units with fully equipped kitchens; four, single units with kitchenette; and two, single efficiencies with a microwave and coffeemaker.
Each cabin receives a bar of handcrafted "Cindy's Soap," which is made at the resort.
We have six RV sites; four pull-thru sites; and two, large back-in sites. All will accommodate big rigs and slide-outs. All sites have water/sewer, 20/30/50 amp, a picnic table, barbecue grill and a steel campfire ring. Firewood is available. Large groups are welcome.
Open the last weekend in February through the first weekend in November.
Located 5.3 miles west of Route 65 on Branson's strip (Route 76), this 1,534-acre area invites visitors to take a walk on one of several trails that cross this mostly forested site and enjoy the natural beauty that has drawn visitors to this area for generations. A 0.4-mile trail leads from the main parking lot (south end of area) to a 40-foot viewing tower. A longer trail, the Henning Homesteaders' Trail, begins at the north parking lot (accessible from Route 248) and takes visitors past the remains of several homestead sites. Trails also run through glades, bottomland forest and other natural features. Trails are open to foot traffic only. Bicycles, horses and all types of motorized vehicles are not permitted. Camping and hunting are not permitted. Fishing is permitted at Roark Creek on the area's north end, but due to the stream's intermittent flow, angling opportunities are minimal.
The Springfield Cardinals are the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. They are one of eight teams in the Texas League, along with the Arkansas Travelers, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, the Tulsa Drillers, the Corpus Christi Hooks, the Frisco RoughRiders, the Midland RockHounds and the San Antonio Missions.
Home games are played at Hammons Field. Individual game tickets can be purchased by calling 417-863-2143, at the ticket office at Hammons Field, and online by visiting our website. Ticket prices range from $6 to $24, depending on seat location. Season tickets and group tickets are available.
When the Cardinals play on Saturdays and Sundays, the ticket office opens at 10 a.m. On game days, the ticket office remains open through game time.
The Hammons Field gates open one hour prior to game time.
We are equipped to handle all of your boating needs: ski boats, bass boats, and PWC rentals; beer, ice, water, snacks, lake apparel, and boating accessories; full-service holding tank pump-outs. Visit us on Route 13 in Kimberling City, 15 miles west of Branson; east of the Kimberling City Bridge by water.
Baseball and Brews
Enjoy a Missouri brewery tour and a day at the ballpark.
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