hiking

views

dogs on leash

kid friendly

camping

forest

birding

nature trips

walking

With its narrow valley, rugged, mountainlike terrain and deep blue spring, Roaring River State Park is breathtaking. Roaring River is known for its premier trout fishing. Young and old alike will enjoy feeding and watching the fish in the spring pool or taking a tour of the trout hatchery. Other park features include a swimming pool, shaded picnic area and store. Explore the natural wonders of the park on one of seven trails totaling over 10 miles. Ozark Chinquapin Nature Center exhibits interpretive displays and park naturalists present programs on the park's natural history. Overnight guests have a variety of options. Campers will find 187 campsites ranging from basic to electric hookup. The elegant Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center features 26 guest rooms, a restaurant, gift shop and meeting rooms. Twenty-six secluded, rustic cabins with kitchens are perfect for families. Reservations for the inn and cabins are required. Whether coming to fish, hike or relax by the pool, Roaring River State Park has something for everyone that will whet their appetite to return again and again.

Beautiful hike! We enjoyed the different elevation and views. Will definitely go again.

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3 days ago

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10 days ago

nice trail with a good variation but bring a stick to clear spiders from blocking the trail

on Pibern Trail

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16 days ago

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22 days ago

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23 days ago

Fairly steep. This is a there and back trail.

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1 month ago

This trail no longer exists in its entirety. It's not worth your time. It's a bit shit.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Good trail, not too difficult. A fair amount to see.

It was a nice hike

loved that the fire tower is there to climb really nice hike

really loved this trail very pretty