Montauk State Park, Missouri
Montauk State Park is located 21 miles southwest of Salem, Missouri in the heart of the Ozarks. The seven crystal clear springs within Montauk State Park combine with Pigeon Creek to form the headwaters of the Current River. Though the Montauk State Park is famous for fishing outdoor enthusiasts have the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful variety of activities in the park including, hiking, camping and picnicking.
The pristine waters and the beautiful natural surroundings of the Current River offer some of the finest trout fishing in the Midwest. The river is regularly stocked with rainbow and brown trout hatched in the Montauk Fish Hatchery. Anglers descend on Montauk State Park from March through October for the official trout season, and on winter weekends for the catch-and-release program.
For additional information on Montauk State Park, please visit www.mostateparks.com.
Directions & Map to Montauk
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From Salem, MO:
South on Highway 19 to Junction Highway 19 - 32 - 72. Right Turn at Junction Highway 32 - 72 west to Highway 119. Left turn onto 119 and follow into Montauk State Park.
From Rolla, MO:
Highway 72 south to Junction Highway 32 -72 turn right at Highway 32 west to Highway 119. Left turn at Highway 119 and follow into Montauk State Park.
From Licking, MO:
Highway 32 east to Highway 119. Turn right onto Highway 119 and follow into Montauk State Park.
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