Mark Twain National Forest

Description

The Mark Twain National Forest covers 1.5 million acres in southern Missouri. The national forest contains Greer Spring, the second largest spring in the state, and scenic drives feature outstanding views of the Ozark landscape. Several recreation areas in Mark Twain National Forest offer camping, swimming, boating, and canoeing; 742 miles of trails make for excellent hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and off-road vehicle use. Fishing is excellent in the forest streams and lakes, and hunting is allowed.

Address

401 Fairgrounds Rd
Rolla, MO 65401

Lat/Long

36.67058000, -93.87818000
Visit Website
(573) 364-4621

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