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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...more
We took our grandkids to see the hatchery. They loved going from tank to tank and feeding the fish. There are always quite a few people fishing so we brought a picnic lunch and just watched them from the banks.
We live in the area and visit often. This last time we were Eagle watching. Saw several eagles, some flying and some low in branches above the river. We also saw 15 plus Deer. The most I’ve ever seen in the park and a couple...More
Took a drive from Springfield to go to the park for eagle viewing. There was a short program and then time to scan the trees across the river to look for eagles. We saw 4 or so; Tim, from the park, said they have seen...More
Beautiful and entertaining for the whole family. Hike the trails, swim in the pool or River, fish for rainbow trout, visit the conservation sites to see the local birds and reptiles, or relax and let it all soak in. Something for everyone.
Roaring River State Park is a great park in southwest Missouri near Cassville. Although best known for fishing, it also has some great hiking trails showcasing the area's amazing geology. We hiked Devils Kitchen Trail and River Trail. Devils Kitchen Trail loops around the Bench,...More
Have stayed at the CCC Lodge many times and the noise from the upstairs rooms is crazy loud. Could use some soundproofing. Also, late check in guests come in the middle of the night are loud and do not allow a good night's sleep. Beware!!!...More
We stayed two nights in campground 1. There are three campgrounds and all three are extremely popular so I’d recommend reserving well in advance. The campground is wooded and nestled in some beautiful scenery. There is a swimming pool in campground 1 and a neat...More
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I have never fished at Roaring River in September, but have fished at the other trout parks and yes, the fishing is still good in September. Trout fishing requires some patience and finding out what they are hitting on, but... More
I have never fished at Roaring River in September, but have fished at the other trout parks and yes, the fishing is still good in September. Trout fishing requires some patience and finding out what they are hitting on, but very rewarding and relaxing. I suggest being ready to cast at the opening bell. All of the trout parks that I have visited in Missouri are beautiful and stocked very well.