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Host Jon Huenink says:
Castor River Ranch Campground is comprised of 150 acres in the Missouri Ozarks, adjacent to the spring-fed Castor River, near the village of Marquand. The property was originally developed by the Myers family in 1908 as a cattle operation. In 1963, the property was purchased by the Laur family for a recreational destination. In 2006, we purchased the property and began developing our campground.
The most salient historical feature includes segments of the Missouri Pacific Railroad line built in 1867, known as the Belmont Spur, which was fundamentally used to transport harvested timber. Castor River Ranch Campground converted the narrow gauge railroad line into pristine hiking trails leading to a 150-year-old tunnel. Our Missouri Stream Team and Adopt-A-Highway program attract and protect Missouri's wildlife.
Zip code: 63655
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