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See a listing of the ONSR (Ozark National Scenic Riverways) campsites (Front Country, Back Country and Primitive) right here.
06APR18 UPDATE: "Both the Prongs and Buck Hollow are no camping...put-in and day use only. The first *official* camping area is at Blue Spring, 3 river miles below Buck. Gravel bar camping is encouraged along the river, just not at the accesses....makes it difficult for boaters. Folks need to understand that these are put-ins/day use only sites. The first ONSR put-in is at Buck Hollow....there is no PLACE for campsites here. The Prongs ACCESS is just that...an access. It is managed by MDC, not ONSR, The Park starts just below the VFW camp, about halfway between Prongs & Buck. Everything above there is private land, not ONSR or MDC. -- Ted Haviland"
!!Be sure to visit the nearby Rocky Falls!!
Go up the Current River from where the Jacks Fork intersects it. - Take me there!
Go down the Current River from where the Jacks Fork intersects it. - Take me there!
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LOUD PARTY CROWD TYPE CAMPER: If you are wanting to know where to stay if you are the loud party crowd type group, then my personal opinion is to look at one of the non-scenic rivers for that ( Huzzah, Courtois, or Meramec). Those rivers better cater to that crowd. If you are still dead set on one of the 3 Missouri Scenic Rivers and are the loud party crowd type, then for the Current River I would recommend Jason Place Campground or Flying W on the upper Current River, or Jacks Fork Campground or Arrowhead Campground on the Jacks Fork. They have sections for the loud party type of camper. The other option would to be to find a secluded gravel bar along one of the rivers away from everyone else. Just load up some canoes with your gear and have your pick.
NOTE: For those floaters/campers who wish to truly experience the wild, Backcountry (primitive) camping is permitted by the NPS on gravel bars along the river at no charge. Please keep a clean camp and bury human waste at least 100 feet from the river. Collect only down and dead wood for campfires. This is TOTAL SECLUSION from the real world, for that no houses can be built along or near any part of the river within this protected Wild & Scenic River. Take higher ground in the case of a heavy rain due to flash flooding.
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