Current River: Cedar Grove to Gooseneck Landing is a 96.2 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Salem, MO that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Current River: Cedargrove to Gooseneck Landing is a 96.2 mile point-to-point river trail beginning just south of Montauk State Park in Missouri and continues to the Missouri/Arkansas border. The river is rated Class I & II water. The trail is primarily used for canoeing, fishing, and camping. The Current river is the most spring-fed of the Ozark rivers and can be floated year round. Though most would consider the floating season to run from March through November. There are numerous springs, caves, and points of historic interest on the Current River. Float trips can range from a few hours to a week. It well well known for its fabulous trout fishing. The Ozark Mountains, which the Current flows through, is replete with many special scenic wilderness areas. You can even canoe back into a cave on the upper portion of the river. The river is managed by the national park service and camping is allowed anywhere along the river, and there are many concessionares and private for fee camping opportunities.
I've canoed here many times summer months are crowded. Winter is a great time to float this river.
awesome area all thru jacks fork in eminence. nice springs. camping. canoeing. hiking. old cabin off river and a sandpit
The Current River is my favorite camping location. We usually find a place near the banks, and avoid the public camping grounds.
It's so relaxing to swim or to walk up and down the river for a little adventure. Don't forget to say hi to all the canoes headed downstream! There's all kinds of unmarked trails snaking around, too.
The River is an awesome place to spend an outdoor weekend!
Canoed from Baptist landing (first landing south of Montauk state park) and canoed to Twin rivers landing, about 32 miles. The is a wild river owned by the park dept. This allows you to camp anywhere along the river. The river is spring fed making it floatable all year long. Very scenic. Excellent fishing, including trout. Highly recommended. The whole area has huge number of hikes and scenic areas. A week in the area doesn't touch your opportunities.