Looking for an affordable weekend retreat south of St. Louis in the beautiful Ozarks? Look no further. This new 34-acre tract offers an off-the-grid getaway close to Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri’s outdoor-centric Crawford County.
Centered around three comfortable and well-tended tiny homes, hunters will appreciate healthy populations of wild turkey and whitetail deer, while a small fishing hole on the property is complemented by nearby Maramec Springs & Montauk Trout Fishery plus excellent smallmouth-bass fishing along area rivers like the Huzzah, Courtois, and Current. A large pole barn and expansive stands of timber complete the opportunity.
The northwestern portion of Mark Twain National Forest’s Potosi/Fredericktown Ranger District extends into Crawford County, which is centered around the county seat of Steelville. With the region’s prevalent karst topography, numerous caves and springs can be found amidst the rolling landscape of pine and oak-hickory forest. Just southeast of Crawford County, Council Bluff Recreation Area is the largest lake within Mark Twain National Forest, while more rugged backcountry adventures can be found in the Bell Mountain Wilderness Area.
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