Roaring River State Park

Missouri's Roaring River State Park offers you

excellent trout fishing in the beautiful Ozarks

     Roaring River State Park is located 7 miles south of Cassville, Missouri on Highway 112.

     Roaring River Spring emerges from the base of a shady limestone bluff and produces an average of over 20,000,000 gallons of water each day.  The two and one-half mile spring branch is separated into three fishing zones. No wading is permitted, except in the catch-and-release area in Zone 2.

     Roaring River State Park covers 3,358 acres and includes a new lodge, swimming pool, cabins, motel, campground, restaurant, nature center, a well-developed system of hiking trails, and more.  Roaring River was donated to the state of Missouri in 1928 by Dr. Thomas M. Sayman.

     Be sure to see the Roaring River Links page for more Web sites of interest! For Roaring River reservations and information, call (417) 847-2330 or 1-800-334-6946. 


    The Roaring River Hatchery marks its 100th Anniversary in 2010.  Retiring Hatchery Manager Jerry Dean has written an excellent article about it, available at the following link:

Roaring River Hatchery Centennial  






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