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Roaring River State Park

244 Reviews
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Roaring River State Park

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12716 Farm Road 2239, Cassville, MO 65625-8508
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kmiddick wrote a review Oct 2020
Joplin, Missouri34 contributions8 helpful votes
We took two granddaughters to the Park and stayed in one of the two room cabins. It was reasonably priced for being up the hill from the beautiful river and a short walk to the hatchery. A lot of construction going on, so the hatchery is pretty bare. The cabin had a living area with TV, a kitchen with micro and refrig, and a bedroom with one bed each on either side of the bathroom. Very comfortable and great for our purposes. The fishing was good and the scenery was awesome!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Beth W wrote a review Sep 2020
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I loved the cabins and the hiking trails. So much fun. Such a beautiful place to visit with family..
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Kelly H wrote a review Aug 2020
Kansas City, Missouri5 contributions
A favorite spot of my husband’s for fishing. Lots of updates since our last trip down two years ago. The spring and hatchery were under construction which was a bummer for the kids but I look forward to seeing the improvements on our next trip down! We always love visiting Tim’s for gear and BBQ Station in Cassville for bbq nachos and blackberry cobbler!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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mjlarivi wrote a review Jul 2020
Kimberling City, Missouri469 contributions109 helpful votes
What a pleasant, natural, fun, relaxing place. This nature wonderland appears to have been hewn out of Mother Nature's best kept secret hideaway. Maybe an hour and a bit out of Kimberling City. Driving into the park is like leaving the humdrum of everyday life and entering a fantasy world of trickling pure water streams, natural swimming and wading pools, camping areas, and rental rooms and dining establishments for the more modern tastes. The entire area is mapped out with hiking trails. Trout fishing is an obvious big draw and access is convenient. You can tell that the visitors are happy to be there. The stores are super, bathrooms are convenient, driveways lead everywhere, and shade-trees help make the stay comfortable. The drive to and from the park is a real visual treat going high and low on mountain roads that lead through picturesque area, with access to Eureka Springs, Branson, Table Rock Lake, and everywhere in between. And yes, folks were wearing masks. Relaxation, happy gatherings, fun and games, and total chilling out provide a camping, hiking, fishing, picnicking paradise that ensures that folks will be coming back for more. Very pleasant, scenic, comfortable, good roads to and from. Clean, well kept, well managed stores, eateries, and just plain fun things to do. This place really does have it all, and the staff keeps it all very well maintained. Even if you do not stay the night, the day trip experience is pleasant and will provide nice memories and mental images that will continually invite you to return.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Beth W wrote a review Jul 2020
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Beautiful park, beautiful clear water For fishing and swimming. Just don’t read any of the books that tell you you can float in a kayak or canoe from the state park down to highway 86 bridge. At least not in the summer. We see others have maybe January through March or April but we walked as much as we floated in July. The Ranger had told us there was water in it but he failed to tell us how much. It was about 4 inches. And if you can make it down the river it’s hard to make it past the trees -so many down trees that nobody is paying attention to or taking care of.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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