The Meramec River is truly a Missouri treasure. Stretching 218-miles through the state, traveling from the Steeleville area until feeding into the Mississippi River between Arnold and Imperial, south of St. Louis. The Meramec River passes through Crawford, Dent, Franklin, Iron, Jefferson, Helps, Reynolds, St. Louis, Texas and Washington counties in Missouri. The river drains into seven tributaries, including the Courtois, Crooked, Dry, Dry Fork, Huzzah and Indian creeks as well as the “Little Meramec River.” There is plenty to do and discover along the banks of the Meramec River in Missouri, including Castlewood State Park, several float trip destinations and Meramec Caverns in Stanton. Explore all the Meramec River has to offer in Missouri.
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