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This rugged forest and old fields area has a hiking trail and 25 miles of field roads open to horseback riders. It also offers access to the Jacks Fork and Current rivers. The 39,325-acre area is north of Eminence and extends 15 miles west to near Summersville. It can be accessed by Routes 19 and 106, or Route D.
Canoe and kayak rentals on Beaver Creek, a spring-fed, clear-water stream in the Mark Twain National Forest. We offer floats ranging from four miles to 44 miles. The stream has lots of gravel bars where you can picnic and swim.
Beaver Creek is a great stream for fishing. Camping and RV sites are available on-site.
We are actually located in Brownbranch, at the junction of Route 76 and Route W; 20 miles west of Ava; 33 miles northeast of Branson. We do not accept cards.
Note: It is against Missouri law to have glass containers of any kind, and foam-type coolers near or on the river.
We offer shaded, primitive campsites and RV pads with electricity. Showers and restrooms available. Firewood for sale. Camping, $8/person; electric, $8/night; pets, $3/pet. Children younger than 5, free. Bring your fishing, camping and grocery supplies with you. No ATVs or dirt bikes allowed. Quiet time is midnight. Missouri law: no glass containers are allowed near the river, on the river or on float trips.
Located in Brownbranch, at the junction of Route 76 and Route W; 20 miles west of Ava; 33 miles northeast of Branson.
RV hook-ups, tent camping, canoeing, kayaking, rafting.
Big River Ranch provides 2,100 acres of land to enjoy on horseback. We offer 25 miles of cut trails; five of which are along the Missouri River. We have an event center, camping, an outdoor lighted arena, and horse boarding stables. We welcome RVs.
Castor River Conservation Area is nearly all forest and is home to Blue Pond Natural Area. Blue Pond is the deepest natural pond in Missouri. Facilities/features include: primitive camping, a multi-use hike/bike/horse trail, numerous intermittent streams, and one permanent stream. The main tract lies 12 miles west of Marble Hill on both sides of the Route 34.
RV and tent campsites, plus a convenience store, and a marina beside the Katy Trail and the Missouri River, 12 miles south of Columbia.
RV sites have electric, water and access to a dump station. American cuisine restaurant and a Thai cuisine restaurant on-site. Live music and other entertainment available.
See our website for details, and schedules.
Our beautiful Ozarks setting along the Roaring River offers a place to relax by the pool, fish, hike and venture out to Branson and Table Rock Lake. Tent sites, RV sites and rental units available.
This is a predominantly forest area. Facilities/features include: a picnic area, fishing jetties, Buford Pond (three acres, fishable), Blue Springs Natural Area (17 acres), Cardareva Bluff Natural Area (95 aces), and a permanent stream (Current River). The main tract of the Current River Conservation Area is three miles west of Ellington on Route 106. There are three entrances: one is located three miles west of Ellington on Route 106; another is located on South Road in Ellington; the other is located on Reynolds County Road 626.
Seasonal lodging, April-Nov. 15. Rooms with two double-beds or one king-size bed; free local calls; and electronic door locks. Restaurants and a laundromat are adjacent to the property. We work with area float outfitters to help you with your river recreation plans. Located one mile from Current River access points; 20 minutes from Forest Service parks and prime hunting.
The Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area is located southwest of Columbia. This 4,286-acre area is known for shorebird and migratory game bird viewing. Seasonally flooded wetlands attract numerous species of birds, making this a top site for bird watchers and migratory game bird hunters. The Missouri River flows along the western border of the area and Perche Creek flows along the easter border.
Restored 1880s bank building has seven guestrooms, all with private baths. A full breakfast is served in the bistro. Located one block from the Mississippi River. The property includes: a bistro, a winery, a fine dining restaurant, an open-air garden patio; and a gift shop. No children younger than 15.
Elk River Campground, on the banks of the Elk River, offers tent and RV sites with facilities, including hot showers. Six-man, eight-man, and 10-man raft rentals are available, as are canoes and kayaks. There is a large gravel beach on-site for swimming. Fishing is available.
Fenton is called the "City of Parks" due to its extensive park and recreation system. It is also home of womens and mens professional soccer teams, Athletica and AC St.Louis. Located 20 minutes from Downtown St. Louis attractions.
Relax in the comfort of this restored 1910 cottage, named for Boonville's founding mother. The Victorian woodwork, windows, doors, and wood floors have been preserved and restored to show off their original character. Antique furnishings and period light fixtures are featured throughout, but modern day comforts abound. We have off-street parking, a back yard with 100+ year old shade trees, and a front porch with a large, comfortable swing. Located less than one mile from downtown Boonville and the Katy Trail, at the site of the Hannah Cole Fort and the Civil War Battle of Boonville.
Enjoy our large-sized beds, each triple sheeted with duvet comforters. We put fresh flower in each room. Our breakfast buffet includes hot items. Located beside I-44, two miles west of I-270.
Our Holiday Inn Express is three miles from downtown, the Arch and Laclede's Landing; 20 miles from Six Flags. Free continental and hot breakfast bar; free parking; free local calls. Conference room accommodates 30.
The circa 1881 house sits atop bluffs overlooking the Osage River and the Maries River. The main Inn features one two-room suite, plus two guestrooms, each with private bath. Wilhelmshaven is our stand alone getaway cottage. Enjoy your morning meal in the dining room or on the veranda.
Hummingbird Hideaway is a two-bedroom, one-bath cottage in secluded Peola Valley. We offer peace and quiet, complete with a spring-fed creek that runs through our property. Remodeled in 2009, so most everything is new, from kitchen to bath to bedrooms. We provide private access to the Black River. There are hordes of hummingbirds, in season.
We offer canoe floats on the Gasconade River. Located 15 minutes from I-44, exit 150. Experience the best the Ozarks have to offer. The Cave Restaurant is on-site. We have cabins, camping and RV sites (no hookups).
This area covers 13,503 acres in northeast Dent County and is located between Salem and Steelville. The entrance to the area is off Route 19. The area is mostly forested, but also includes food plots, ponds, and a 350-acre warm-water fish hatchery, which provides channel catfish, bluegill, and bass for stocking throughout the state. The area contains an intricate mosaic of dolomite glades and chert savannas with open-grown trees on exposed slopes.
Canoe, kayak, raft, and tube rentals on the upper Current River. We have a campground with electric hookups and showers.
The quality of the accomodations at Ledgestone Lodge far exceed what you find in typical Branson cabins. Our two lodge areas, Roark Creek and Fox Hollow Lake, feature the atmosphere and nearby amenities that make StoneBridge unique. At the Lodges at Fox Hollow Lake, you'll find a new pool, new pavilion with industrial kitchen, sand volleyball and basketball courts, playground and of course, the lake. Fox Hollow Lake is a well-stocked catch and release lake both young and old will enjoy.
The campground includes 25 single sites, one double site and four picnic areas. All campsites have a table, fire ring and a lantern post. Vault toilets are available. Fishing and swimming are available. Horses are allowed on the trail, but not allowed in campground or picnic areas.
Marble Creek, rushing 20 miles through the rugged St. Francis Mountains, is named for deposits of attractively colored dolomites which were mined and used in the building trade as Taum Sauk Marble. You can see the concrete remains of a gristmill-dam, which operated until 1935, and building foundation. The Marble Creek section of the Ozark Trail is an eight-mile segment extending to Crane Lake, where it connects with the five-mile Crane Lake National Recreation Trail.
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