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Twinbridges View Campsite

· Pomona, Douglas, Missouri
10 acres hosted by Bryan O.
1 RV/tent site
Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
The site is the location of the former Missouri Highway Department Twinbridges Roadside Park now privately owned. The entry is a paved road and accessible in most weather conditions, it is a U shaped drive that sits on a knoll above the highways, it is accessible from both highways 14 and 181. The site has several fairly level spots where RV's can be parked and the site will accomidate up to 3 wheeled RV's or campers depending on size and arrangement. There is also room for several vehicles to park. We will mow the old roadside park area prior to your arrival and you may place your RV's and tents anywhere on the mowed area you wish. This property is located at the east juction of Missori Highways 14 and 181 and is directly across the highway from Twinbridges Canoe Rental and Resort (which is not part of this property and use of the resort's ammenities is not included in your rental fee). Included on the property there is a gravel access road to a large gravel bar directly on the banks of Spring Creek adjacent to the Spring Creek bridge. This road is steep and rough and 4WD vehicles are highly recommended to access the gravel bar, but access to the creek once at the bottom is flat and fairly level with a nice hole of water directly above the gravel bar. Camping on gravel bar is permitted but you must be sure your vehicle is equiped to get in and out. Recovery of vehicles which cannot navigate the steep road will be quite costly and access is soley at your own risk. Additionally the gravel bar is subject to severe flooding even with only a couple inches of rain. Spring Creek is cold as there is a large spring named Big Spring about 1 1/2 miles upstream. The creek provides great fishing for smallmouth bass, sunfish, catfish and several large Rainbow Trout have been caught out of this water hole. From the gravel bar you can lauch canoes and kayaks and float downstream to where Spring Creek joins the North Fork of the White River about 2 miles below the bridge. Those who wish to float this small stream should be aware that this is a small tributary to the river and may require dragging your boat over trees and through shallow water. Also during periods of high water it may be quite fast and challenging requiring only experienced paddlers attempt the float. The property is situated between the Spring Creek Highway 14 bridge on the east and North Fork River Highway 14 bridge on the west it is boundried by the Highway 181 Right-of-Way on the west, the Highway 14 Right-of Way on the south (the center of the bridge deck is the south property line on the gravel bar), the center thread of Spring Creek is the east property boundry and the north property boundry is marked by a metal fence post driven in the east powerline Right-of-Way about 2/3 of the way up the hill which is situated between Highway 181 and Spring Creek. The hike up to the top of the north property boundry provides a beautiful view of both the bridges and the creek and river valley below. There are several tall bluff overlooks from the north property line as well.This is a mowed area above the highway. There are no amenities other than a spot to camp. You will need to bring everything. Fires are allowed in firepits that you provide either metal rings or locally gathered rocks.
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1 ratings · 1 review
Babs G.recommends
April 9, 2024
Bridge View Camp
Great roadside camping location
Camped here for the 2024 total eclipse. It was easy to find and access. The location between the rivers was awesome! The only downside was the lights from the general store across Hwy 14, but we could have moved out where we set up to minimize the light at camp. Bryan was helpful and responsive.
Pomona, Douglas, Missouri, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of 𐓏𐒰𐓓𐒰𐓓𐒷 𐒼𐓂𐓊𐒻 𐓆𐒻𐒿𐒷 𐓀𐒰^𐓓𐒰^(Osage), O-ga-xpa Ma-zhoⁿ (O-ga-xpa) (Quapaw), and Očhéthi Šakówiŋ First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Bryan O.Joined in August 2020
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