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  • Mark Twain Lake Camping

    Mark Twain Lake CampingCamping is available in three Corps of Engineers developed recreation areas, at the Mark Twain State Park and in several private recreation areas around the lake. Camping fees and facilities differ i...
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Mark Twain Lake Fishing

With over 18,000 acres of water, Mark Twain Lake offers anglers thriving populations of catfish, bass, crappie, walleye, bluegill and sunfish. Timber has been left in the upper ends of the lake and in selected coves to improve fish habitat. According to 2004 reports: Bass. Based on 2003

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Mark Twain Lake Trails

Hikers and backpackers are encouraged to use the many miles of trails throughout the lake area. Wildlife blinds, food plots and small ponds enhance a hiker's chance of spotting a deer, bluebird or other wild inhabitants of Missouri.

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Mark Twain Lake Boating

18,000 acres of sparkling waters and scenic lands of Clarence Cannon Dam and Mark Twain Lake make an ideal location for all types of water recreation. Boaters will find numerous boat ramps located conveniently around the lake as well as two full service marinas that offer boat and slip rentals.

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Things to do near , MO

All Faiths Chapel

The All Faiths Chapel provides a serene environment for meditative reflection amidst tranquil sounds of bubbling water and ar...

Louisiana Area Historical Museum

History and artifacts of Louisiana and Pike County are on display at the museum for your enjoyment and education....

Memphis Cinema

Doors open at 6:30pm and movies start at 7:00 pm. Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Current movies are shown and have a G-PG13 ...

Molly Brown Birthplace & Museum

Three rooms of period antiques (1860s-1880s) depicting an Irish immigrant's cottage and two rooms of photos and displays of M...

Bethel German Colony

Bethel was the most successful communal colony in the State of Missouri, founded by Dr. Wilhelm Keil in 1844. Today, this ti...