Hiking

hikerWith over 130,000 acres of crystal clear streams & rivers, grassy meadows, limestone bluffs, and hardwood forests, the Sylamore District of the Ozarks continues to be one of the most visited hiking regions in the state.

Encompassing Blanchard Springs Caverns, hikers can enjoy miles and miles of remote hiking trails soaking in the beauty of the region.

The most popular trail continues to be the Sylamore Creek Trail which is a 13 miles trail that follows the North Sylamore Creek past waterfalls, fernbeds, exposed limestone, and scenic overlooks.

Another option for serious hikers is the 31 mile Sylamore Section of the Ozark Highlands Trail.