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Howell Park and Beach

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Outdoorsy701 wrote a review Apr 2019
Maryville, Missouri138 contributions45 helpful votes
Nice, remote little beach area. Very peaceful, great view! The beach is known for being clothing optional, people seem to respect and be pretty chill about that. Plenty of grass area to stretch out. The trees there do shed some pretty sharp leaves/bark, so be sure to bring flip flops. Park is well maintained, volunteers often step in to assist, which is great. Supposedly this is a beach Kurt Kobain frequented when he was alive. It seem's like a well keep secret, the one sunny day of that week I was there and hardly anyone was there. I'll definitely visit it again! Naturists/nudists and outdoor enthusiasts, go check it out!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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