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About Noblett Lake Campground
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.
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Noblett Lake Campground is located in Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri
36.902 N
-92.106 W
Get Directions
From Willow Springs, at the junction of Highways 60/63 and 76, take Highway 76 west for about 7 miles. Turn south on Highway 181 for a little over a mile and turn left on Highway Ap for about 3 miles. Turn right on Forest Road 857 and continue about 1 mile to turnoff for the day-use area. The road continues to the Noblett Dam and Trailhead.
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