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If you're wanted to get out and explore while you're staying with us, there's plenty to do! Roaring River State Park not only offers fishing but there are several trails to hike and be sure to stop by and feed the fish at the hatchery!

See below for all you can experience during your stay!

With a deep, narrow valley surrounded by a striking and rugged landscape, Roaring River State Park is one of Missouri’s most popular state parks. Located in the southwest Ozark hills, Roaring River State Park is one of three state parks stocked with rainbow trout. Eager anglers flock to the park year-round to try and catch their lunker trout. The scenic setting makes everything more fun. The park has seven hiking trails, picnic tables for a leisurely lunch and a nature center to learn about the park. 



It's just seven miles up the hill to Cassville for great food, shopping and local events. Cassville offers a wide range of eating options, downtown shopping as well as a Wal-Mart Supercenter and Dollar General.

Stay with us during one of the many fun events the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce puts on. Whether it's TroutFest, the Chili & Salsa Cook-Off or the annual Christmas Parade. You'll feel right at home with the locals!


Caught your limit of trout and want to fish for something else? Or maybe you want to take the boat out for the day. Head on over to Table Rock Lake, just a 10-minute drive from Roaring River State Park. Stop in and visit our friends at Eagle Rock Marina to rent a boat, tubes or floating mats!

Simplicity Lavender farm is located on the beautiful Ozark Plateau and is surrounded by hundreds of acres of pristine farmland. Bring a picnic basket with you to the farm and treat yourself to a family meal on the farm overlooking a beautiful sunset or enjoying the calming breezes of fresh air. Be sure to check out all of their handmade lavender products!

Ranked in the top ten by the Kansas City Star as one of the finest public golf courses in Missouri. Located in the heart of the Ozarks near Roaring River.

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