Huzzah CA Roads

AMissouri Dept. of Conservation

Crawford County



News, Updates, & Warnings:
Open during hunting seasons so please use caution.

From Potosi, take Hwy 8 to Hwy E, turn north.  Follow Hwy E into the area.  There is a steep hill to climb this way and if it’s a hot summer weekend, you encounter A LOT of people at Huzzah Creek as you go into the area.  The crossing at Huzzah Creek is also a low water bridge and may not be passable at times due to high water.

Miles of Roads:
5 Miles MDC public roads.
3 Miles of MDC service roads.
7 Miles of gravel roads outside of the area.
15 Miles total.

Equestrian Camping:
Not allowed.

Trail Notes:
This is all road riding.   The main hazard you would have to watch for is vehicles in the summer.  This is a very crowded place in the heat of the summer.  They’ll run you over.  The riding here in summer would be very hot because most of it is in the sun.  There are some long steep hills.  Cave Road is hilly and paved with chip-n-seal asphalt, so it could be slippery.  DO NOT ride on the Ozark Trail in this area, it is NOT open to horses here.  Horses are also prohibited in the camping and picnic areas.

Other Trail Users:
Hikers, hunters, large amount of families vacationing in the summer.

Volunteers Helping With This Page:
No one at this time, available to adopt.  If interested, please contact us.

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