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RV hook-ups, tent camping, canoeing, kayaking, rafting.
Outstanding oak and oak-pine woodlands are features of this 2,082-acre park in the rugged Elk Hills region of southwest Missouri. These glades, woodlands and bluffs lie along scenic Big Sugar Creek. A three-mile hiking trail traverses the park's unique features, designated as the Elk River Breaks Natural Area. The park is managed out of Roaring River State Park.
The cave was discovered and explored in 1925; excavation began in 1927. Substantial artifacts were discovered, including arrowheads, grinding stones, tools made of bone, and skeletal remains of the early inhabitants, including American Indians; some items date to 5,000 B.C.
This cavern has been open every day since 1927 for public tours. Only 50 percent of the cave is developed—the remaining areas are preserved for wildlife. The educational, family-friendly tour takes 45 minutes to one hour. It is an easy, well lit walk. The cave has several recognized cave formations, including one of the largest rimstone pools in the state.
The on-site Browning Museum, included in the tour, holds more than 700 locally-found arrowheads and other chipped artifacts, plus a collection of mineral rocks, fossils and artifacts. To fully enjoy the cave and the museum, allow 1-1.5 hours.
Admission: $12; ages 4-11, $6; younger than 4, free.
Guestrooms have a lodge theme with lodge-style furnishings. Evening popcorn in lobby. Canoe and romance packages available. Located seven miles south of Pineville; 12 miles from Wal-Mart corporate offices.
Come explore Campground at the Falls beauty. Our waterfalls create a soothing atmosphere while you enjoy our many activitities. We have more than 10 acres of land for camping and exploring. Our two-acre island offers rustic, secluded campsites with the sound of the rushing water in the background. Plenty of fishing holes and swimming areas, too. Be sure to visit our newly built zipline (for ages 12 and older with a legal guardian).
Forty acres of shaded RV and tent camping. We offer 4-12 mile float trips on the Elk River, Big Sugar Creek and Indian Creek. Canoe, kayak, raft and tube rentals are available. Fishing for bass, goggle-eye and catfish. Reservations recommended for holidays and weekends.
We offer canoe, raft, kayak, and tube float trips on the Elk River. We shuttle you upstream and you float back to the resort; no waiting at the end to be picked up.
Our facilities include one mile of riverfront campsites, RV sites, a/c cabins sleeping from 6-24 people,some hang out over the river. Catering and meals available. See our website for float details and lodging.
This is a campground with one-quarter mile of Elk River frontage. Tent camping, RV sites, camping cabins, large vacation home rentals, canoes, rafts, kayaks and tube rentals available.
1600-foot zip line and climbing wall that crosses the Elk River. There is a restroom facility and camp store on the premises.
We are located on Highway 59, 2.5 miles from Noel. We can accommodate large groups.
We offer day floats on the Elk River and provide raft, canoe and kayak rentals, along with abundant smallmouth bass fishing and a good spot for relaxation. There is a 12-person cabin rental available; the cabin has riverfront access. We serve large groups.
Canoe, kayak and raft rentals; camp store; shower house; RV sites; seven-acres on the northern bank of the Elk River.
Right off 71B; turn east at the Elk River Bridge; follow the orange behind National Realty. Great camping location for fall hunting season.
Open May thru October. Call for information and reservations.
We offer: three-seat plastic canoes, with cup holders and dry storage; six- and eight-person rafts; kayaks; and tubes. We take you upriver and you float back to Two Sons.
This 30-acre site offers camping, RV hook-ups, a large beach and eight miles of floating on the Elk River. Facilities include modern showers and restroom.
Mapquest and Google Maps DO NOT map our location correctly. I44, exit 11A; South on Route 71 (33 miles); Right on Route EE (3.2 miles); Left on Route 59 (3.7 miles); watch for our sign on the left.
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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