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Maramec Spring Park, Saint James

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Maramec Spring Park is one of the most beautiful spots to be found in Missouri. The park contains the fifth largest spring in the state. An average of 100 million gallons of water flows from the Spring daily. Maramec Spring Park contains 1,860 acres of forest and fields. The 200 acre public use area of the park provides many amenities and activities for visitors such as a cafe, store, camping, wildlife viewing, fish feeding, picnicking, shelters, playgrounds and fishing. The Meramec River, a clear calm Ozark stream, flows through the park providing excellent fishing.

The park is open year-round to the public. A daily entry fee is required to enter the park from mid-February through October. Annual passes may be purchased at the park.

Call 573-265-7387 for more information.

Maramec Spring Park is privately owned and operated by The James Foundation. The James Foundation is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Missouri.
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  • $5 entry fee per vehicle. This was a really pretty area. Most trails were paved. There were lots of trout. Bring some quarters to feed the fish.  more »
  • On a lark I stopped on the way to Potosi, paid my $5, and had a terrific Sunday morning. Meremec Spring is a decent-sized crystal clear river erupting out of the ground. The park is also a historic...  more »
  • One of the best places in Mid-Missouri for fishing, picnicking, and taking a leisurely stroll through nature. The water really is that deep aqua blue, and the air coming off the water on a hot day is the best refresher. You can also see some local Missouri history with the ruins of the old Iron Works, and in October there's a craft show. Definitely worth a visit any time of year for natural, stirring beauty.
  • Nice clean trout park with fish hatchery. Camping. RV hook-up. General Store. A few nice trails. Some large cave opening that are safe. Some lesser known caves areas outside the trout park that can be traversed with a head lamp and nice boots. 70 miles from St. Louis. Missouri has 5 trout parks that are some of the best in North America.
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