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Some people call Grand Gulf State Park the “Little Grand Canyon.” Some just call it “breathtaking.” The park is one of the natural wonders of the Ozarks, presenting the most spectacular collapsed cave system in the Ozarks. The "Grand Gulf" stretches...more
If you're in the area, you should try coupling this with something else, like a trip to Mammoth Spring, AR. They are just minutes apart. I wouldn't drive a long distance just to see Grand Gulf SP. Don't get me wrong, I loved it, but...More
I have been to the Grand Gulf way before it became what it is today. Myself and my family are so please that it has been developed with visitors in mind, it is fascinating and such an awesome place to explore and so many great...More
While the "Grand Canyon" of the Mid-West may be a bit of a stretch..lol..
Grand Gulf State Park near Thayer, Mo is a very nice park that offers a very unique look at a colapsed cave system that serves as the main source of water...More
There are 2 different trails. One is a nice stroll through the woods the other takes you down alot of steps to the spring. We went off the path too so we could see the natural bridge from the bottom. Educational and nice view.
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As everyone else says-it's free. There are a couple of marked trails and then there is an unmarked one that starts off a main trail that goes up a side canyon. It is in below the parking/visitors area. This trail leads to... More
As everyone else says-it's free. There are a couple of marked trails and then there is an unmarked one that starts off a main trail that goes up a side canyon. It is in below the parking/visitors area. This trail leads to the bottom of the gorge. If you've got time...