This 2,047-acre park was acquired in 1992 and currently has no facilities.
Located at 7,800
Located at 7,800
Adjacent to Watkins Woolen Mill, 818
Scattered picnic sites, open picnic shelter, enclosed shelter, playground and camping. Bird-watching, hiking/
Campgrounds with electric hookups adjacent to 625-acre Oxbow Lake that is perfect for fishing. Bird watching is popular in 407
Dedicated to explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the 121
Great Rainbow trout fishing/hatcheries Natural Spring fed/beautiful surroundings/picnic areas/float trips down the Niangua River/hiking/
Park's scenic beauty includes caves, natural bridge and spring. Remains of 80-year-old European-style castle. Open for day use only. Visitors center, picnicking and hiking.
Devil's Icebox Cave, natural rock bridge and numerous sinkholes in Rock Bridge Memorial State Park are part of large limestone cave system dating back thousands of years. Picnic sites and trails.
1.2 billion year old red and pink boulders, with twisting trails and narrow gaps provides for great hiking, rock climbing and picnicing.
Often called "Little Grand Canyon," gulf was created when ceiling of giant cave collapsed. Gulf winds for a mile through vertical walls as high as 120 ft. Hiking trails and picnic sites.
Offering some of the finest trout fishing in the Midwest, Montauk State Park is located at the headwaters of the famed Current River. The park's springs combine with tiny Pigeon Creek to supply 43
Over eons of time, the Black River has carved canyon-like gaps, or shut-ins, in some of the state's oldest exposed rock. More than 900
Located on beautiful Mark Twain Lake, the park features camping, fishing, boating and hiking. A public beach, group camp and shelter houses are available. Water available Apr. 1
A favorite of fishermen, park's lakes offer black bass, channel catfish and bluegill. State'
Radiocarbon dating shows shelter cave, this park's principle feature, was inhabited as long as 10,000
Prehistoric Indians, who once used the area, left rock carvings (petroglyphs)
A small section of Route 66, the fabled "Mother Road" is preserved within park boundaries. Exhibits on the history of Route 66
Located along the Meramec River, this 1,224
More than 30 miles of hiking and equestrian trails wind throuth this 6,393
In the heart of the old Lead Belt, Missouri's third-largest state park offers picnicking, camping, lakes for fishing and swimming, hiking, mountain biking, a bicycle trail, equestrian trails and a 2,0