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Interested in the primitive? Come to Twin Pines Conservation Education Center for a three-day workshop and build a longbow from a wooden-stave, complete with handmade string. Materials will be provided. We will send a list of tools that will be needed upon registration.
The workshop starts Thursday, with lessons on the history and making of a longbow. Friday, you start constructing the bow. Complete the bow on Saturday.
Some woodworking skill is helpful. You must attend all three sessions. Limited to 15 participants, ages 15 and older. Please call for details and to register.
Rooms include free local calls, data port phone, hairdryer, smoke detector, fire sprinkler, and electronic locks. Suites include a sofa and desk. The facility has interior corridors, ice and vending machines; coffee in the lobby. We have free maps and guides to area attractions. Located off Route 60, on Route 181, 65 miles south of Rolla; 75 miles east of Springfield.
A 1,000-acre ranch, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill; five miles from the Current River.
We offer unique lodging adventures, including our tree retreat; sheepherder's wagon; log cabins; the old red barn; and modern ranch houses for groups.
There is a museum of horse-drawn equipment and farm primitives; a three-acre lake; two miles of running streams; a nature trails; and recreation center. Most outside activities are free.
We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area; camping; horseback riding; labyrinth; hayrides; and a four-level overlook deck. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
Come visit Crystal Creek Ranch, a thousand-acre ranch, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill; five miles from the Current River.
We offer unique lodging adventures, from a secluded tree retreat to an air-conditioned sheepherder's wagon to lake side log cabin. Restroom and showers for these accommodations are at the main hall.
The Old Red Barn, originally a milking barn for cows, was redone from the walls inward and offers two bedrooms, a full kitchen, a full bath and sleeps up to six.
And the Overlook Ranch House and Cabin Ridge House offer all the modern comforts in our peaceful, rustic setting.
There is a museum of horse-drawn equipment and farm primitives; a three-acre lake; and two miles of running streams. Most outside activities are free.
We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area; walking trails; camping; RV; horseback riding; hayrides; nature trail; horse trails; labyrinth; a four-level overlook deck; and recreation center. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
At Crystal Creek Equine Center, we’re proud to offer guided horseback rides and riding lessons, including a therapeutic riding program. Bring your own horse and stay at Crystal Creek Ranch. We have over ten miles of trails on the ranch and connecting trails to Horse Camp on the Jack's Fork River, Angeline Trail Head, and Ozark National Scenic Riverways Trail System.
We have a limited number of rental horses for guided trail rides around the ranch and for private horsemanship lessons.
We offer a variety of unique lodging adventures for your stay. We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area, walking trails, horse trails, camping, labyrinth, recreation center, and a four-level overlook deck. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
Float trips; canoes and kayaks for rent; tackle and supplies; camping; hunting and fishing licenses; guided fishing and fly-fishing. The Eleven Point is floatable year-round, with excellent fishing for rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, goggle-eye, pickerel and walleye.
1-4 Person Charter
Day or Night Trips
Free Lunch Provided
Guide to Help
All Equipment Provided
Great Family Sport
A website dedicated to floating the rivers and streams throughout our beautiful state. Featured articles every week; information on outfitters; places to float, whether by canoe, kayak or raft.
Our publication covers the Missouri outdoors from Mark Twain Lake to the Bootheel, the Parkland and River Hills, and the eastern Ozarks and I-44 corridor from Lebanon east, in a unique monthly news magazine, now in its 40th year.
Our specialty is first-hand reports of news you need and outdoor adventures at specific places in Missouri, covered by knowledgeable outdoor writers and photographers. We focus on things to do and places to go: fishing; floating; camping; hiking; hunting; birding; wildlife-watching; history; geology; recipes and interesting people.
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Skateboard enthusiasts will find this park provides features to match all skill levels. Restrooms and a pavilion are also available on site.
SpaZA' firmly believes no two spas are alike and no two spas should have the exact same treatments. For that reason, SpaZA' creates a custom treatment for each and every client.
SpaZA' offers a wide variety of services, including massage therapy; deep refining facials; organic skin treatments; chemical peels; adult and teen acne care; body wraps; full-body salt glow and exfoliation; hair removal; far infrared sauna treatments; and mole/wart/skin tag removal.
SpaZA' Day Spa offers permanent cosmetic makeup (eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner and full lip color). We offer services for corporate events, spa parties and birthday parties. Gift certificates available.
Spa Hours Mon-Friday 9am - 6pm; Evening and Saturday Appointments available by appointment only. Call 573-663-7145 or 573-714-5899 or visit www.spazadayspa.vpweb.com
The Ozarks, in a word, are splendid. The Ozark Trail system contains more than 390 miles of trails, divided into (mostly) linked sections; plus, a number of spur trails for extra opportunities to hike, cycle and ride horses – most of the trail is multi-use (some areas are restricted use).
This natural surface trail offers trips from just a few miles to a 230-mile "thru hike." Spend a lazy afternoon at Taum Sauk visiting Mina Sauk Falls; a week backpacking along the Current and Eleven Point Rivers; and work up a sweat on the Berryman Loop. The Ozark Trail system will take away the stress and leave a smile on your face.
You encounter a variety of terrain, forests, springs, crystal-clear streams, shut-ins and waterfalls, bluffs riddled with caves and true wilderness areas. The area is home to deer, turkey, bobcat, bear, songbirds and bald eagles. It is one of the most diverse places on the planet.
Visit our website for details, maps, descriptions of the natural features in the area and suggested outings.
Note: The phone and address shown are for the headquarters of the Ozark Trail Association.
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.
At MORE | Missouri Ozarks Regional Explorers, you will find information for vacations in the Missouri Ozarks; recreation, lodging, culture, shopping and more are included on this website, which is intended to be a complete guide for vacations in the Ozarks. MORE | Missouri Ozarks Regional Explorers offers vacation information for an area of the Missouri Ozarks served by Top of the Ozarks Resource Conservation and Development and Big Springs Resource Conservation and Development.
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