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We offer kayak, raft and canoe rentals. The spring fed North Fork of the White River is Missouri’s eighth largest spring system.
Looking for something unique? Try our tree-house cabins at River of Life Farm.
Members of the Ozark County Chamber of Commerce serve guests at Bull Shoals Lake, Norfork Lake, Bryant Creek and the North Fork of the White River. Our website gives information and lists upcoming events. A map of Ozark County is available online and at our office; the map highlights Hodgson Mill, Dawt Mill, Rockbridge Mill, Mark Twain National Forest, Caney Mountain Refuge, Dora, Gainesville, Isabella, Pontiac, Rockbridge, Tecumseh, Theodosia and other small towns and locations throughout the county.
Several tree-house cabins in the wild trout management area of the North Fork of the White River – the miracle mile of private. wade-fly-fishing for rainbow and trophy brown trout. Bank access exclusive to guests.
Some cabins sleep two; others accomodate as many as eight.
Canoe, kayak, raft, and tube rentals on the North Fork of the White River. Floats range from 5 miles, 2-4 hours to 14 miles, 6-8 hours.
Campground (see separate listing) on site. Camping discounted with canoe rentals. Flush toilets and hot showers are on-site.
Located nine miles south of Dora, off Route 160; seven miles on Route H. High season May-September. Open by appointment the rest of the year.
Important: Do not bring your own firewood.
This is a rural campground on the North Fork of the White River. RV and tent sites, some with electric hook-up. Bathhouse with flush toilets and hot showers. Closed in November. Camping the rest of year by appointment.
There are four one-bedroom motel units w/baths and one sleeper cabin without bath. All have air conditioning, but you must bring your own sheets, blankets and towels.
Float and fish the White River and Bryant Creek. Canoe, kayak, raft and tube rentals are available (see separate listing).
Located nine miles south of Dora off Route 160; seven miles on Route H. High season May-September. Open by appointment the rest of the year.
Try our famous rainbow trout, which we prepare more than 20 ways; enjoy our steaks and fresh-baked cobbler. There are many specialized entrees, making each dining experience something unique.
The restaurant is housed in the main building (which was once the General Store) of the Rainbow Trout and Game Ranch.
This is the official website of the Missouri Canoe and Floaters Association. The association is a not-for-profit organization of paddlesports outfitters, dedicated to the preservation of our natural resources. We strive to protect the safety of customers by promoting our sport through education about safety and skills of paddling.
The site provides information about Missouri's rivers and floatable streams; displays ads from members; includes a directory of members (with links to their websites); and has a detailed map of floatable rivers.
The Missouri Canoe and Floaters Association is a volunteer organization and does not have an actual headquarters. The physical address provided is not affiliated with a single canoe outfitter or campground. Please visit the association website for a list of outfitters.
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