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SALEM, zz  (Weather)

Number of Trails:  1  Total Mileage:  100 Difficulty:  Easy Trail Rating:   Camp Rating:   

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Trail Description: Some of the best riding in Missouri. Located along the Current River, spring fed. You cross the river numerous times, 3 natural lakes, overhead bluff, ozark hills. You can trail ride all day and never hit the same trail twice. Alot of history along the trails, Old Nichols Farmhouse from the early 1900's with corn cob house and barn. In the spring trails are colorful with dogwoods and red ferns in full bloom, wild flowers. Trails are in good condition and maps are avaiable. Campground fees for two people and 2 horses, includes stalls is $25 per day. Electric and water sites, No dump available. Small camp store.       
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Campground : Camground is in exceellent condition and well maintained. Has shower house and outhouses (cleanest I've ever seen) Stalls are in well built and covered, clean your hand. Friendly owners. (Total of 30 sites)
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Directions: Take Hwy 72 out of Rolla Missouri to Salem, turn right onto Hwy 19. Hwy K make R, Hwy ZZ make. Whispering Pines Campground will be on your right. Approximately 60 miles from Rolla, worth the drive.  

This information was provided by: on 5/4/2005 11:14:10 PM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)