Montauk State Park

Missouri's Montauk State Park offers you excellent

trout fishing in the beautiful Ozarks

    Montauk State Park is located 21 miles southwest of Salem, Missouri on Highway 119.

     Montauk is the most rustic of the four Missouri trout parks and offers you a variety of fishing experiences. During the regular season, trout are stocked daily in about 2 1/2 miles of stream ranging from 20 to 50 feet wide. Here you also have the opportunity to enjoy catch-and-release fishing in both streams and in the 3 1/2-acre Montauk Lake.

     Montauk State Park covers 1,353 acres and includes cabins, campgrounds, picnic areas, hiking trails, Montauk Mill, and the Dorman L. Steelman Lodge (573-548-2434). Forty acres of the woods are designated as the Montauk Upland Forest Natural Area, and several structures in the park are included on the National Register of Historic Places.

     Be sure to visit the Montauk Links page  for more Web sites of interest.


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