Elephant Rocks State Park


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Elephant Rocks State Park


Location:On Highway 21, 2 miles north of the junction of Highway W and Highway 21 in Iron County.
Facilities:Picnic sites, trails.
Activities:Hiking, picnicking.
Special Features:Giant red granite rocks one billion years old stand end-to-end like a train of circus elephants in this state park. One of the largest rocks weighs 680 tons. The first self-guiding Braille trail for the visually handicapped in Missouri state parks winds through the geological wonder.
Address:c/o Fort Davidson State Historic Site
PO Box 509
Pilot Knob, MO 63663

Phone:573-546-3454
Web: www.mostateparks.com/elephantrock.htm
Size: 132 acres.

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