The remains of a huge, circa 1904 stone castle add an air of mystery. Situated atop towering bluffs, the views of the Lake of the Ozarks are majestic. More than 15 miles of winding trails take you past caves, a spring, sink-holes, a natural bridge, and down to the lake.
This park features camping, picnicking, hiking and an ADA accessible shelter.
Island Cave is an "entry by permit only" cave. Call the park's office to request a permit to enter.
River Cave is a "supervised entry only" cave. Scheduled tours are given monthly, December through February; subject to the migration of federally-protected gray bats. Call the office for details and schedules. Overlooking the River Cave's entrance, a deck with informational panels is open to all.
Park’s office hours: April-Oct.: daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.