Montauk State Park


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Montauk State Park


Location:21 miles southwest of Salem on Highway 119 in Dent County.
Facilities:31 basic campsites, 123 electric campsites, showers, 3 cabins, 8 sleeping cabins, 16 fourplex units, 18 motel rooms, picnic sites, 2 picnic shelters, dining lodge (seasonal), store, hiking trails.
Activities:Camping, river and stream fishing, hiking, nature programs.
Special Features:The headwaters of the Current River are generated where Pigeon Creek merges with the 40 million gallons of water that pour daily from Montauk Springs. The park is developed around the springs and is a popular spot for rainbow trout fishing. An old gristmill built in 1896 is open for tours (seasonal). Visitors can also tour the park's trout hatchery.
Address:RR 5, Box 279
Salem, MO 65560

Phone:573-548-2201
Web: www.mostateparks.com/montauk.htm
Size: 1,396 acres.

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Notes: a pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:30 am on tuesday, june 21, 2016 at montauk state park, park office; searcy meeting rm, 345 county road 6670,salem, mo 65560-9025.
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Located on Route 119 one mile north of Montauk State Park, the bridge is a low water crossing designed to help avoid the frequent flooding that has plagued this area of Pigeon Creek in the past.