Maramec Springs Park is a 1,850 acre wildlife refuge and is one of the most beautiful areas in Missouri. Maramec Spring is one of Missouri's largest springs with an average daily water flow of 100 million gallons. Maramec Spring's facilities include, Trout Fishing, Hiking, Picnicking, Playgrounds, Museums and other historical displays. Still standing at Maramec Springs Park is the first Iron Furnace in Missouri.
Trout Fishing...for Trophy Trout! Then take our Trophy Trout Canoe Float on the upper Meramec River, Fish at Maramec Springs Park, or come fish the Winter "Catch & Release" season at the Maramec Springs Park.
Maramec Springs Park has it's own Trout hatchery and you can feed the fantastic lunker trout. The park's fishing stream is stocked each day with Rainbow Trout for your fishing enjoyment. Our Country Store can SAVE YOU MONEY on all ultra-light Trout fishing supplies.
Canoeing, Rafting & Kayaking on the Clear - Clean Upper Meramec River! The Meramec River is one of the most popular floating rivers in Missouri. We offer canoe, raft and kayak float trips. There are nice gravel bars on the upper Meramec River for fishing, swimming and picnicing, and overnight camping for our two-day float trips.
In renting a Canoe, Raft or Kayak with us we take you and your gear from the Country Store to the starting point. When your float trip is over we pick you up and return you to the Country Store. This keeps your car, camping gear, etc secure while you enjoy your float trip!
Hunter's Paradise! Meramec Springs Country Store is located in heart of Deer, Dove, Quail, Turkey and Squirrel hunting. There is over 7,000 acres in Woodson K. Woods, one of the most beautiful State owned hunting and hiking properties in Missouri. This property is directly across Highway 8 from our RV Park!
Other Area Attractions: Many local Churches to attend, Country Club Golf Course, Antique and Gift Shops. Several Local Wineries, Little Dixie Lake, Historical Homes, Snelson-Brinker Log Cabin, flowering Crab Apple and Dogwood Trees, St. James Park, plus, Old Iron Works Days on the second week of October and The Old Grade School (1899).