About The 11 Point River
 

 

 

 

 

   The Eleven Point River is one of the most scenic rivers in the Missouri Ozarks and is floatable year round thanks in large part to the awe-inspiring Greer Spring.  In addition to Greer Spring, numerous other springs contribute to the river and its beauty.  The picture to the left shows Turner Mill Spring as it exits the mountains and flows into the river.  Other springs of note are Bliss Spring and Boze Mill Spring. 

   The Eleven Point River runs primarily through the Mark Twain National Forest.  This pine and hardwood forest is home to all types of native Ozark wildlife and adds to the scenery of the river.  It also provides excellent camping areas for floaters who wish to overnight on the river.  The U.S. Forest Service maintains several float camps along the river, as well as hiking trails and river accesses.

     

Links to information about the 11 Point River and Oregon County:

11 Point River Conservancy Home Page

SPARE Report - Wildlands - Sierra Club

Alton Mo Business

For those wishing to purchase riverfront property 
between Highway 142 and the Myrtle access near the Arkansas line

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