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Mina Sauk Falls located at Taum Sauk Mountain State Park
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Elephant Rocks State Park - The park’s one mile circular interpretive trail was the first state park trail in Missouri designed for visitors with physical and visual handicaps.  Check out this video for more information about this unique, natural outdoor playground!

Taum Sauk Mountain State Park - At an elevation of 1,772 feet, Taum Sauk Mountain is the highest point in Missouri. The state's highest wet-weather waterfall, Mina Sauk Falls, is a highlight of this scenic rugged park.




State Parks and Conservation Areas in Neighboring Counties:

Reynolds County:  Johnson Shut-Ins State Park

Madison County: Millstream Gardens Conservation Area - Home of the only whitewater floating in Missouri.  Silver Mines Recreation Area and Campgrounds.

Wayne County: Sam A. Baker State Park, Lake Wappapello State Park.

St. Francois County: St. Francois State Park, St. Joe State Park, Hawn State Park, Pickle Springs Conservation Area.

Washington County: Washington State Park.