Explore the Outdoors in and Around Fort Leonard Wood this Fall
Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, the Fort Leonard Wood region is a beautiful place to explore the outdoors in the fall! With historic Route 66, state parks, outdoor activities, and history all around, you can't go wrong with a trip to Fort Leonard Wood. Read on find out where to explore the outdoors in and around Fort Leonard this fall!
Bennett Springs StateBennett Springs State Park is one of Missouri's earliest state parks and continues to attract visitors from all over for trout fishing, hiking trails, and gorgeous scenery. Fishing is the largest draw at Bennett Springs State Parks because more than 100 million gallons of water flow from Bennett Springs each day and they stock the river with trout daily from their hatchery. You will find Bennett Springs State Park in Laclede County located along the Niangua River.
Ha Ha Tonka State ParkHa Ha Tonka State Park is located at the Lake of the Ozarks which is just right up the road from our hotels in St.Robert, Mo. Ha Ha Tonka State Park is where nature and history come together with an intriguing history, gorgeous geological features, ruins from a turn-of-the-century stone castle that overlooks the Lake of the Ozarks, and more. Fall is an excellent time of year to visit the park especially if you can catch the park in the peak season for fall foliage.
Roubidoux SpringsThe world-famous Roubidoux Spring is known for its cave that is popular among divers. This spring is open to all certified divers and you will need to have experience diving to take advantage of this thrill-seeking adventure. You will need your own gear and you need to present your certification prior to diving. There isn't a cost to dive which makes this a popular cave diving location in Missouri. Even if you aren't diving, take the time to visit this amazing park. It has plenty of fishing, swimming and is part of the historic Trail of Tears.
Piney River NarrowsEnjoy fishing or floating along a scenic stretch of the Big Piney River located along highway 17. The Narrows is a scenic Ozark Plateau landform featuring three exceptional dolomite limestone pinnacles squeezed between West Piney Creek and the Big Piney River.
Stonehenge ReplicaIf you're looking for some history on a gorgeous fall day, you will find a half-size Stonehenge at the former University of Missouri at Rolla to showcase the capabilities of its High-Pressure Water Jet Lab.
Stay at Fort Wood Hotels this Fall!
If you're looking for a fun fall getaway, book your stay at Fort Wood Hotels! We are centrally located in the Ozarks making all of these outdoor activities a short drive from our hotels in St. Robert, Mo! At Fort Wood Hotels we offer great brands in a great location. This is only possible with our family of employees that provide top-notch hospitality. You will not find higher quality hotels at a better value in our area. Our hotels near Fort Leonard Wood and staff consistently earn top awards, and our unbeatable guest satisfaction speaks volumes about our commitment to you.