Missouri Hotel Reservations
Mark Twain National Forest
Named after the legendary author, Mark Twain National Forest stretches into parts of 29 different counties in the southern half of eastern Missouri, between Springfield and St. Louis, nearest to Rolla. Governed by the U.S. Forest Service, the park boasts over 1.4 million acres of outdoor adventure opportunities.
Wilderness areas in the park, such as Bell Mountain Wilderness and Devils Backbone Wilderness, give visitors a glimpse at pristine nature, while streams, and rivers, and lakes, including Eleven Point Natural Scenic River and Ripley Lake, provide ample spots for fishing and boating.
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