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For a great day trip away from it all travel out to the end of the Big Niangua River. Tunnel Dam forms 3 mile long Lake Niangua. This area has the rustic Ozark charm with rolling hills and hardwood forests. Take in the scenic beauty with a picnic on a gravel bar, skip rocks across the water, throw out your fishing line or put in your Kayak or canoe. A great place get away!
Located approx. 20 miles west of Camdenton Take Hwy 54 West past Camdenton to the junction of J & U. Go left on U & immediately right, 2.5 miles to Edith, then right on Whistle Road.
Camden County Museum
Centrally located between Osage Beach and Camdenton in Linn Creek, the old Linn Creek School has each classroom devoted to a theme, ranging from archives to an actual weaving room, where woven rugs can be purchased. Open April thru October 10am to 4pm. Located on V road just off Hwy 54 in Linn Creek 573-346-7179
Mothers Shrine The Only recognized Shrine in Missouri, is dedicated to Mary, Mother of the church. This 14’ stainless steel sculpture stands in a natural amphitheater surrounded by beautiful fountains. No matter what time of year, the Shrine is always beautiful and inviting with fountains, flowers, carillon bells and peaceful surroundings.
Located on Hwy 5 in Laurie. 573-374-6279 MothersShrine.org
Scared of Heights? Thunder Mountain Conservation Area
This 45 acre area allows visitors to get a bird’s eye view from an 80’ fire tower. There is a paved disabled accessible trail plus a ¾ mile hiking trail and 2 archery shooting ranges with 20’- 40’ designations.
Open 8am to 5pm.
From the junction of Highways 54 and 5 go west on Highway 54 to Business Highway 5 and take Business Highway 5 north to Old Route 5. Turn left and take an immediate left onto Thunder Mountain Road. Continue west .6 miles to office.