There are great options for trailside camping while on your backpacking trip on the 220-mile trail across Missouri. The Courtois Creek Section of the Ozark Trail is a 45-mile path known as the “Gateway to the Ozarks.” The trail begins at Onondaga Cave State Park, and winds through Huzzah State Forest and Conservation Area to the Mark Twain National Forest. Some popular camping spots include Hazel Creek, Harmon Spring, and Beecher Spring. There are lots of trails for hikers and mountain bikers to explore the rugged forest, peaks and valleys, and awesome views of the Ozarks.
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