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Bennett Spring State Park
More than 100 million gallons of water gushes daily from Missouri's third largest spring, Bennett Spring. The bubbling, emerald-colored pool feeds a ...
"Bennett Springs - most exciting trout waters"
Reviewed by RACERSIS on Nov 30, 2000
My family has visited this park since 1993, where my husband took me on the last two days of our honeymoon! I learned to . . .
Big Oak Tree State Park
Majestic trees tower above the rich delta stretching all around Big Oak Tree State Park, a National Natural Landmark. The 1,005-acre park gets its ...
"Big Oak Tree State Park: Some Really Big Trees Here!"
Reviewed by Ironcladd on Apr 30, 2001
Big Trees, Wildlife, Fishing, and a good time here in the bootheel of Missouri.
Boone's Lick State Historic Site
One of the earliest centers of industry in central Missouri, Boone's Lick is the site of the salt-manufacturing business once owned and operated by ...
"Okay to visit if you're in the area"
Reviewed by gpowell on Apr 14, 2001
This is an okay park if you live close or just need a stopping point when passing by. Not someplace to go out of your way to visit.
Elephant Rocks State Park
Giant granite rocks a billion years old stand end-to-end like a train of red circus elephants in this 129-acre state park. The first self-guiding ...
"Day-Trippin' from St Louis: Elephant Rocks"
Reviewed by Nickaroni on Apr 15, 2001
THINK PRIMITIVE, and bring a camera! In the fall, the colors will be SPECTACULAR, but early spring, you'll have no ticks and chiggers!
Fort Davidson State Historic Site
The remains of Fort Davidson, an earthen fortification occupied by Union forces during the bloody Battle of Pilot Knob, overlook the 37 acres of ...
"The Battle of Pilot Knob - Historical Site"
Reviewed by Nickaroni on Apr 17, 2001
Neat place to take the kids, if you're even somewhat into History. The scenery is cool, and sits on the New Madrid Fault Zone (eek!)
Grand Gulf State Park
Often called the Little Grand Canyon, Grand Gulf was created when the ceiling of a giant cave collapsed. A bit of remaining roof forms one of the ...
"The Biggest Little Canyon"
Reviewed by mrbrucd on May 16, 2002
Great natural wonder. The park could be seen in an hour or all day, depending on how much exploring one wishes to do.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park
One of nature's geologic and scenic masterpieces, Ha Ha Tonka State Park overlooks the Lake of the Ozarks from atop towering limestone bluffs. The ...
"Some of My Best Teenage Memories Took Place at Ha Ha Tonka"
Reviewed by sandyfl on Aug 29, 2002
My favorite memories: Long hikes, great family picnics, beautiful scenery, my fiance and I strolling around the castle ruins. It's a photographer's Heaven.
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Harry S Truman State Park
Surrounded by water on three sides, the park encompasses the 1,440-acre tip of a peninsula that juts into Truman Lake. In this part of Missouri, the ...
"Camping at Truman State Park, Missouri"
Reviewed by remnjava on Jul 23, 2002
This was a nice, clean place for us to camp for the night. No ticks, but varmits raided our food.
Hawn State Park
One of Missouri's most beautiful and unspoiled landscapes, Hawn State Park is a superb example of the eastern Ozark sandstone country. The 4,953-acre ...
"This Hawn is No Goldie, But Still Can Please The Outdoor Lover"
Reviewed by bbarner on Mar 16, 2001
A scenic taste of Missouri wilderness in a nice little package--making a great day trip from St. Louis.
Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park
Swift waters of the Black River flowing around some of the oldest exposed rocks in the nation have formed a series of canyonlike gorges or shut-ins ...
"Since the Reservoir Collapse"
Reviewed by lisakrempasky on Aug 20, 2007
Go now before the crowds come back.
Katy Trail State Park
Katy Trail State Park offers a unique opportunity for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are a bicyclist, hiker, nature lover or history ...
"Family fun can be a pain in the behind, but Grandma's still itching to go."
Reviewed by clubber63366 on Jun 21, 2005
Find your way to the Katy Trail and take a hike or a ride through this scenic 'park'
Lake of the Ozarks State Park
Located on the south side of Lake of the Ozarks State Park, Ozark Caverns offers a unique opportunity to view what lies beneath the Ozark hills. ...
"Lake of the Ozarks State Park- Earth Day Write-Off"
Reviewed by teskue on Apr 21, 2001
For camping, hiking, boating, and fishing this is the family vacation spot.
Lake Wappapello State Park
Ideally located at the southern end of the 8,600-acre Wappapello Lake, the park's scenic Ozark terrain gives hikers and backpackers hours of ...
Reviewed by mrbrucd on May 13, 2002
If you're a hunter or fisherman this lake is fine. If not, I would recommend other lakes in S.W. Missouri or Northern Arkansas for their pristine waters and spectacular vistas.
Mark Twain State Park
One of the oldest parks in the system, Mark Twain State Park overlooks the 18,600-acre Mark Twain Lake. Although the park is located in the Salt ...
"Good 4th of July Weekend"
Reviewed by turtleboypond on Apr 1, 2003
Great place to take the kids for the weekend. A day trip to Hannibal is good too.
Mastodon State Historic Site
Mastodon State Historic Site contains the Kimmswick Bone Bed, a paleontological site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ...
"Mastodon State Historic Site"
Reviewed by Nickaroni on Mar 14, 2000
This State Historic Site is located south of St. Louis on I-55, about 20 minutes from Downtown, at the Imperial/Kimmswick . . .
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