On our Property
Floating Treetops Aerial Park— Face your Fears
Floating— Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking the Meramec, Huzzah or Courtois
Fireworks— Enjoy our 4th of July display (Sunday, July 3, 2016)
Hiking— We are at the head of the Ozark Trail, across the river from Onondaga Cave State Park, or enjoy hiking around the property
Biking— Get your early morning ride through the beautiful mile long campground
Outdoor Swimming Pool— On-property pool, 3ft deep to 6ft deep
Horseshoes— Located throughout the campground, bring your horseshoes or borrow ours
Volleyball Courts— You’ll find the sand in the late night & family area
Drive-In Style Movies (in season)– Friday & Saturday nights
Fishing— Meramec River, Huzzah and the Courtois are prime fishing streams
Bald Eagle Watching— January is National Bald Eagle Month
Camping— Late Night Sites, Family Area Camping, and RV sites
Descend into the depths of Onondaga Cave State Park and drop into a world of wonder: towering stalagmites, dripping stalactites, and active flowstones help make the cave a National Natural Landmark and illustrate why Missouri is often called “The Cave State.” Visitors can take guided tours into the underground wonderland. But if you prefer the surface, the park’s Vilander Bluff Natural Area provides a panoramic view of the Meramec River.
Route 66 in Missouri–
Historic Route 66 goes passes through Bourbon, past Leasburg and on to Cuba, only a few miles of the entire Route (which passes through many states). You can see all of the wall murals in Cuba Mo and right past Cuba is the worlds largest Rocking Chair.
Cuba Mo Murals along Route 66
Public Art & World’s Largest Red Rocking Chair on Route 66
Crawford County Historical Society Museum right off Route 66
The Ozark Trail is a hiking, backpacking, and, in many places, biking and equestrian trail under construction in the Missouri Ozarks in the United States. Great place for a beautiful day trip.
A red mill set on the blue waters of Huzzah Creek is as pretty a picture as there is in Missouri, and that’s the setting for Dillard Mill State Historic Site. The site interprets one of the state’s best-preserved gristmills, completed in 1908. Most of the machinery in the mill is still intact and original to the building. If you like the outdoors, the site’s location on Huzzah Creek in the Ozarks provides plenty of opportunities to fish, hike, picnic or just dream about the past.
Area wineries — A touch of class in the country
Steelville, Missouri Area — Antiques, Country Music, and Recreation