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About Loggers Lake Campground
Located deep in the interior forests of Shannon County, Loggers Lake Campground is situated along the southeast shore of Loggers Lake. Constructed in 1942, this spring-fed lake is maintained as a fishery and is a destination for anglers looking for non-motorized boating and quiet bank fishing. Natural Features: The campground is located on 22-acre, spring-fed Loggers Lake. A variety of colorful vegetation, clear creeks and springs provide a picturesque setting. Recreation: Loggers Lake offers good fishing for large-mouth bass, sunfish and channel catfish. The Day Use area has a small swim beach, boat ramp, picnic tables, and grills. Facilities: The campground area is located on the southeast lakeshore and all sites have a view of the lake, with only light vegetation in between. There are 14 sites with each site offering a table, fire ring, tent pad, and some offer lantern posts. Drinking water and vault toilets are centrally located. There are two boat ramps, and a barrier-free fishing pier. Group camping is available at Oak Knoll. ACTIVITIES Boating Historic & Cultural Site: Archeological Sites Fishing Hiking Wildlife Viewing Other Recreation Concession Site: Concessions
Access
Drive in
Operator
USDA Forest Service
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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Reservable
Location
Loggers Lake Campground is located in Missouri
Latitude
37.38 N
Longitude
-91.27 W
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Directions
From the junction of MO A Hwy and Hwy 72, go 1/4 mile west on A Hwy to Dent Co Rd 565 (Lincoln Ave). Go south on 565, 6 miles to FR 2193. Turn left on 2193 for 1 mile to Loggers Lake.
1 Review of Loggers Lake Campground
Nice Forest Camping

The campground is located in the Mark Twain National Forest. The fire rings are a plus and there are lots of trees for a hammock set up or tent. Lake is very pretty with a 1 mile hiking trail with some great views. In the evening it is dark enough to enjoy the stars.