1204 E.Main Street
Willow Springs, MO 65793
Phone: (417) 469-0410
Fax: (417) 469-0412
Spanning more than 47,000 square miles across three different states, the Ozark Mountains are one of the defining features of the South. Formed mostly by the Salem Plateau and the Springfield Plateau, the region was formed not by plate subduction, but was rather a plateau that experienced significant erosion over the course of millions of years. Evidence of the long geological history of the area is found in the simple composition of the rocks (i.e. grey dolomite sitting atop rhyolite, ancient volcanic rock). The area saw a large boom in trade and mining by French settlers, and continues to be an important player in the South's Lead Belt region.
Mammoth Spring State Park is named after the Mammoth Spring that originates from this park. Operated by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, the Mammoth Spring State Park also has a information center that chronicles the history of this area. Apart from that, this state park offers plethora of activities like boating, nature walking and so forth.
This 18 hole course is a par 70, semi-private course with striking scenery and a beautiful setting to enjoy golf.
STR Outfitters provides striper & walleye guide services.