Noblett Lake Picnic Pavilion provides a sheltered place among forests, streams and wildlife, for groups to picnic near Noblett Lake. It is a great location for birding, canoeing and boating. Natural Features: The pavilion is set in a forest of oak and pine trees, on the Salem Plateau. It is near Noblett Lake and south of the town of Willow Springs. Recreation: Noblett Lake is a popular location for boating, canoeing and fishing. Only electric trolling motors or non-motorized boats are allowed on the lake. Visitors enjoy the day-use picnic area and the Ridge Runner Trail, a 22-mile remote path that loops hikers through the scenic Ozark Mountains. Facilities: The pavilion offers seating for up to 75 people. If over 75 people, a special use permit is required; please contact Teresea Crowe at (417) 967-4194. It is equipped with electricity, tables and grills. Trash collection services are provided. There is no water available; visitors must bring their own. There is no overnight camping allowed in the area. A parking area for the pavilion and the adjacent trail is available. Nearby Attractions: West Plains, Willow Springs, Cabool and Mountain Grove are the closest towns.
This area is good. Its not the best but it will do for amateur campers. There is plenty of wildlife around and a lake not too far away from you. It is around 20 -25 dollars a night. I think this place is perfect for a wedding