This forgotten spring connected to the Mark Twain National Forest is great place to hike directly from our campground. Highley Spring has an average flow of 3 cubic feet per second at an elevation of 1001 feet.
Sinkin Creek is one of the major tributaries of the Current River and only a quarter mile from our campground. A great place to wade and swim in the pools of blue spring water during the hot summers.
The Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry is a 60,000-acre area of privately owned forest that provides hikers and backpackers access to the solitude and wilderness of Missouri.
For the adventurer who is looking for remote wilderness of Missouri's Backcountry, hollers, creeks and rivers with numerous caves, swimming, picnicking. Riding the back roads in ATV’s, UTV’s and 4-wheel drives is exciting and fun.
OHV riding is popular at Sutton Bluff with over 20 miles of all-terrain vehicle trails. Suttons Bluff is 20 minutes from our campground! Proper Forestry and county tags are required! Contact us for more information...
If you are looking for some ancient history, then come check out this gorgeous spring. Round Spring is where two of Americas most beautiful spring-fed rivers confluence. Round Spring has been a source of water for generations from native peoples to early American settlers.
A natural shut-in formed from molten rock deep from within the earth and flowed out onto the surface about 1.5 billion years ago. Do you like waterfalls? Then you have to see this... Bring your swimsuits!
Cave lover? Devil's Well is a beautiful site to see and not far from us. You can peek into a sinkhole to view the large underground lake 100 feet below or walk the trail a few miles to Cave Spring on the historic Current River.
Cave Spring on the upper Current River is among the largest springs in Missouri. It is located halfway between Akers Ferry and Pulltite. This cave is awesome and it is large enough to paddle a canoe inside!
The Current River was the first river in America to become a National Scenic Riverway. It is by far the most spring-fed of all the rivers in the Ozarks. The Current can be floated all year long and is fun for the whole family to enjoy.
Located approximately a mile and a half from Rocky Falls in Shannon County is the Klepzig Mill built in 1928 Klepzig can be visited all year long and is fun for the whole family to enjoy. Yes. You can swim in the waterfalls!
Alley Mill, is located on a spring and is located in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. The Mill is operated as an Ozarks history museum near the town of Eminence.
In 1851, Thomas and Jane Brown, hailin' from Tennessee, staked their claim in the Falling Spring area. They put up one of four houses 'round these parts, and to this day, the Thomas Brown Cabin's still holdin' strong. Fast forward to 1927, when folks built the mill we see today. That ol' overshot wheel? It did it all – grindin' corn, slicin' shingles, even cookin' up electricity! Peek inside, and you'll spy some of the original machinery still standin' tall. .
Right on the heels of our campground, y'all gonna find Logger's Lake, stretchin' out over 22 lush acres. Grab your canoe and make a splash in them waters all day long. Or, if you fancy, reel in a big one with a spot of fishin'! It's all here waitin' for ya, just a hop, skip, and a jump away.
Y'all ain't gonna wanna miss Blue Spring on your journey! Plummetin' down to 351 feet deep, this here beauty is more than just a sight to see – it's a downright mesmerizin' spot! Whether y'all need a moment of reflection or a fun-filled family outing, Blue Spring's got somethin' for everyone to relish.