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Lebanon:

Bennett Spring State Park is one of the largest springs and largest state parks in Missouri and is a popular trout fishing destination. The park is also great for camping, hiking, swimming, and observing wildlife, with hundreds of animals, reptile, and bird species.

Rolla:

Mark Twain National Forest is the state's only national forest, but it is large enough to serve all of Missouri, practically, at 1.5 million acres. Activities include horseback riding, hiking, camping, wildlife observation, and 16 lakes and 14 streams for swimming, floating, and fishing. Greer Spring is one of the largest springs in the country in a national park and its pristine waters make it a popular spot.

Replica Stonehenge- is a 160-ton granite smaller-scale replica of the famous megalith Stonehenge in England. It was created by Missouri University of Science and Technology using a waterjet, for which they received the National Society of Professional Engineers award.

Pulaski County:

Roubidoux Spring- this is one of the only places in Missouri where scuba diving is allowed, with a permit, in the cave underneath the spring. The spring can be viewed by visitors without a permit.

Frog Rock is a giant rock painted like frog overlooking Route 66, named W.H. Croaker. Every October there is a Frog Fest in Croaker's honor, including children's games and crafts.

The Miller Cave and Trail is the only cave in the Fort Leonard Wood area open to the public. Evidence of ancient humans living in Miller Cave are on display at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and date back to 7,000 B.C.

Jefferson City:

Katy Trail State Park is one of the country's longest rail-to-trails project. At 240 miles, this limestone trail runs nearly across the entire state and part of it follows the river along the path taken by Lewis and Clark. The entire trail is part of the American Discovery Trail which is a 5,000 mile long coast-to-coast trail for hiking and biking, the only non-motorized one of its kind in the country.
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