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Current River State Park

Shannon County Rd. 19 D, Salem, MO
+1 573-858-3015
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We went here for about an hour due it being closed because of flooding. It looks like a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Moberly, Missouri
via mobile
great place for camping, riding and hiking

they have closed the roads now but it was the most amazing places id had ever seen. Cliifs that... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Rhonda D
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Shannon County Rd. 19 D, Salem, MO
+1 573-858-3015
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went here for about an hour due it being closed because of flooding. It looks like a beautiful park and will come back another time

Thank Mamapapa6kids
Reviewed 2 March 2017

they have closed the roads now but it was the most amazing places id had ever seen. Cliifs that seemed they went all the way to Heaven. The clearest water.ild horses that ran in the fields so free.

Thank Rhonda D
Reviewed 26 November 2016

Stopped by this Park to see if we could fish but the road was so rough we were scared that we would damage our SUV.

Thank Barbara M
Reviewed 18 November 2016

This is the least welcoming State Park I've been to in MO and I've been to well over 60 of them (of the 88) at the time of this review. We visited Mother's Day weekend 2016 as we were camping at nearby Pulltite. We drove...More

Thank Stephanie E
Reviewed 3 November 2016

The drive into park is a long one on a gravel road. As you approach the park, it is a beautiful entranceway with stone features & a peaceful lake view. As you pass by the lake, views of the Current River peek through the trees....More

Thank kaw07
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

Construction workers were working hard to finish up several new information kiosks and getting the park ready for general use by the end of August (their estimate). The park is open but the buildings are locked up. I was there on a weekday. There may...More

Thank John H
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

So this is our favorite park to visit. We prefer floating Akers to Poltite, we get a canoe at Poltite and have them bus is to the start. This year it was $48. Totally worth it. We caught the 12:00 shuttle, we were the last...More

Thank Nick P
Reviewed 3 November 2015

This is a great way to spend the day or weekend floating down the Current. There is always some groups you can get to know also this is a great way to spend the day with family or friends.

Thank chops1374
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Clear cool waters and great natural beauty make this a great place to visit. I come at least once a year to float and hike. I have never been let down by this park.

Thank Laeiz
Reviewed 27 June 2015

The cabin was ok, with a nice view of the river from the deck. Unfortunately the path down to the river was so steep that my companion, who has back problems, was unable to walk it. The cabin was $200/night with a $150 cleaning fee...More

Thank Kathleen L
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Can anybody tell me which campsite at Pulltite they prefer. I'm kind of a snob and try and go for one if the more secluded sites when I camp.
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