Roaring River State Park

 
12716 Farm Road 2239 Cassville, MO 65625
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Fight trophy trout in one of the most breathtaking settings imaginable at Roaring River State Park. The park contains one of the premier trout fisheries in the nation, stocked each night. The natural setting – towering hills above a deep blue spring -- provides a scenic backdrop to adventures. Seven trails cut through the parks rugged terrain, and lodging options from campsites to cabins make Roaring River a place to experience a unique slice of Missouri.

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Meeting Facilities - MO

State parks make a perfect setting for your next get-together with several parks that offer meeting facilities. Check out the Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center at Roaring River State Park for your next conference or family reunion.
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Two Days of Outdoor Fun! - MO

With state parks all across Missouri, it's easy to plan a great weekend without a lot of windshield time. You can enjoy a taste of southern Missouri during a two-day trip to Roaring River State Park and nearby Table Rock State Park.   DAY ONE: Spend the night in Roaring River State Park's campground in a rustic 1930s cabin built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, or relax in a modern motel room at the Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center. Wake up your first morning with the sun coming over the surrounding rugged and forested hills. After a hearty breakfast at the park's restaurant, try your hand at some of the best rainbow trout fishing in Missouri. Be sure to allow enough time in your day to visit the nature center, take a hike on a trail or cool off with a dip in the swimming pool.   DAY TWO: After a relaxing night at Roaring River State Park, take a scenic drive through the hills to nearby Table Rock State Park. The opportunities for water recreation on Table Rock Lake are bountiful. Check out the full-service lake marina, which offers exciting para-sailing trips, personal watercraft excursions, and SCUBA lessons. End your day with a beautiful sunset cruise on their 50-foot catamaran, and spend your last night in the park's spacious campground, enjoying a meal under the stars.   BONUS TIPS: After exploring Table Rock Lake both above and below the water, check it out from a trail along the lakeshore. The 2.2-mile Shoreline Trail has an asphalt surface so it accommodates foot traffic, motorized wheelchairs, bicycles, skateboards and scooters. It can be accessed from Table Rock State Park, the Showboat Branson Belle or the Dewey Short Visitor Center.
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Camping Seasons and Fees - MO

Camping is available year-round at many state parks with water turned off in the campground for much of the winter season. The camping on-season for most state parks is April 1 - Oct. 31. At Roaring River, Bennett Spring and Montauk state parks, the on-season begins Feb. 25. Some northern parks begin on-season operations on April 15. The on-season for Table Rock State Park runs from March through November. A $2 per night camping discount is available year-round for senior citizens (65 years and older) and persons with disabilities. Proof of age or disability is required at the time of fee payment.
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