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 MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST

  Mark Twain National Forest was established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1939 to restore and preserve the forests and natural resources of Southern Missouri. Mark Twain is spread across southern Missouri in non-contiguous tracts of a few acres to many thousands. In total it contains approximately 1.5 million acres. The Forest Service manages Mark Twain National Forest to maintain its resources, such as timber and minerals, and preserve its unique natural character.

 Our county, Ozark County, has 38,672 acres of National Forest.  Included in this is Devils Backbone Wilderness Area in the Northeast part of our county.  Hercules Glade Wilderness Area lies near our Western county line.  Hiking, backpacking and horseback riding are allowed in the wilderness areas but no 4 wheelin'wheeled vehicles.  Hunting, fishing and primitive camping are also allowed.  If you want to get away and enjoy the peace and solitude of the native Ozark Mountains, this is the place.

 In addition to these wilderness areas there are many thousands of acres of Mark Twain National Forest spread across our county.  The uses allowed in the wilderness areas are okay here, plus motorized vehicles and mountain bikes are allowed on Forest Service roads.

Mark Twain National Forest is popular with hunters, fishermen and people who enjoy observing,white tail deer photographing or just spending time with nature.  The forest has about 320 species of birds, 75 species of mammals and 125 species of reptiles and amphibians.  The woods are alive with the sounds of critters.  We would recommend taking a camera.  You're sure to see something you will want to share with someone.       



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