Thousand Hills State Park

Set in the northern part of the state near Kirksville, Thousand Hills surrounds Forest Lake and offers scenic views. Guests can stay in one of our lakeside cabins, rent a bike to ride on one of the trails, or rent one of our boats, which include pontoons, fishing boats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. Lakeside Grille has a menu of culinary favorites sure to please everyone—juicy burgers, blackened catfish, freshly chopped salads, and handcrafted mixed drinks are just some of the offerings.

Thousand Hills Website

Lake of the Ozarks

Plan a day on the water, in the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks.  Our Grand Glaize Marina, public beach and campground store have everything you need to create a memorable lake experience with family and friends. Boat rentals and personal watercraft available.

Lake of the Ozarks Website

Echo Bluff State Park

Start your Ozark adventure at the Bluff. Ideal for outdoor recreation like floating down Sinking Creek, fishing and hiking.  This small resort offers overnight hotel rooms and cabins, dining, a gift shop, and banquet space for that special occasion.  Don’t forget to check out the Lodges namesake, Echo Bluff. This sheer, monumental geologic wonder is a stunning, one-of-a-kind panorama that amazes all park visitors and overnight guests.

Echo Bluff Website

Montauk Lodge

Year-round lodging with immediate access to great fishing on the Current River. The resort features single, duplex, as well as four-plex and one and two-bedroom cabins. The resort features a full-service restaurant, serving home-cooked meals and is home to the J. Ben Searcy banquet room, which is great for family reunions, retreats, and seminars. 

Montauk Lodge Website

Lake Wappapello

This site offers fully appointed housekeeping and camper cabins from April through October. Enjoy being right in the heart of beautiful Lake Wappapello. Enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, and biking and spending time with family and friends.

Lake Wappapello Website

Sam A Baker

Rustic cabins made of native stone and wood with modern conveniences. They lie along a wooded hillside overlooking the park and a stone’s throw away from Big Creek and the 12-mile Mudlick Trail. The Mudlick Mountain Grill and store provide all the necessities you need for a successful weekend. Carryout or dine in.

Sam A Baker Website