Mark Twain National Forest
News, Updates, & Warnings:
Open to hunters during hunting seasons.
From Farmington, take Hwy 67 south to Hwy E. Turn west on Hwy E and follow to County Road 124. Turn left on C. R. 124 and drive to C. R. 131, which is a 4 way intersection. Turn left, drive to the trailhead parking lot, bearing left at the Y.
Miles of Trails:
5 mile loop.
Yes, primitive disbursed camping along the trail.
This trail connects to the Marble Creek Section of the Ozark Trail, and is 9 miles one way from the loop to the Marble Creek trailhead. The trail is steep and rocky is a few sections, especially the stretch that passes and climbs above the shut-ins. The view at the overlook is great but a long fall. The shut-ins are located on the south loop. Other hazards to watch out for include ticks, yellow jackets, and venomous snakes.
Other Trail Users:
Hikers and hunters.
Volunteers Helping With This Page:
No one at this time, available to adopt. If interested, please contact us.