Montauk Resort Information
With over 450,000 visitors each year, Montauk State Park has earned the reputation of being one of the most popular vacation spots in Missouri. Generations of Missourians have been coming to Montauk State Park to enjoy some of the best fishing in the state. Though Montauk State Park is famous for fishing, the park offers visitors a myriad of other recreational activities that include hiking and biking as well as playgrounds, campgrounds, and tours of the Historic 1896 Grist Mill.
Camping and RV sites are available at Montauk State Park for those who wish to bring their own accommodation. Whether sleeping under the stars or nestled in a cozy RV, the experience within the park is a warm and friendly family activity. After a day of fishing and enjoying nature, Montauk State Park offers shower and laundry facilities. Wood for your campfire and ice are conveniently sold near the camping and RV sites. For those that need a bit more than a campsite, sleeping bag, and a campfire, Montauk Resort offers cabins with air conditioning, heat, baths with hot showers, comfortable living spaces and convenient kitchens.
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Of course, fishing is the main reason Montauk State Park has become so popular. The fast flowing, clear spring-fed headwaters of Current River make Montauk State Park a haven for rainbow and brown trout. Anglers of all levels are afforded some of the finest trout fishing in the Midwest.
Montauk State Park is home to friendly and knowledgeable employees who can offer expert advice on fishing tackle to help you in selecting the best tackle from the fully stocked tackle shop and given the opportunity, tell wonderful tales of fish lost as well as tales of the colorful residents of the region.
Montauk State Park is home to the Montauk Fish Hatchery which was founded in 1932. The Montauk Fish Hatchery offers tours of the facilities from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend each year. For a great vacation of fishing, and enjoying the outdoors Montauk State Park is the place to be. Canoe trips are also available a short drive from the park.
The fishing is fantastic, the scenery is beautiful and if you ever become tired of fishing there are plenty of hiking trails and historic buildings to explore.