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Located in Mark Twain State Park, off Route 107, this museum encloses the two-room cabin in which Samuel Clemens was born in 1835. Many of his personal items and books are displayed, including an early handwritten manuscript of Tom Sawyer. Picnic sites are available. Admission: $4; ages 6-12 $2.50; younger than 6 is free.
Scenic views from limestone bluffs and woodlands await at this park. Located on Mark Twain Lake, the park features camping, camper cabins, fishing, a boat ramp, hiking trails, a beach, an organized group camp, picnic sites and shelters.
Park grounds are open sunrise-10 p.m. daily.
Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site (see seperate listing) is located in the park.
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