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Echo Bluff State Park, Eminence

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Echo Bluff State Park is a public recreation area comprising 476 acres (193 ha) of land in Newton Township, Shannon County, Missouri, United States. The state park occupies the site of former Camp Zoe, a summer camp for children that opened in 1929. The park was named for the massive cliff that towers over one side of Sinking Creek.
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  • I'll be coming back to enjoy a cabin. Each room has a fireplace!! Also check out their activities ..they had a concert the night before I visited. 
    I'll be coming back to enjoy a cabin. Each room has a fireplace!! Also check out their activities ..they had a concert the night before I visited.  more »
  • There is no entrance fee to this beautiful state park with a variety of easy walking trails and riverfront views. If you choose to spend the night at the onsite lodge (which you should), expect to... 
    There is no entrance fee to this beautiful state park with a variety of easy walking trails and riverfront views. If you choose to spend the night at the onsite lodge (which you should), expect to...  more »
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  • My family has stayed in the cabins here 3 times now and have had great experiences. The cabins are spacious and comfortable. We always love spending time on the decks. It’s a great location being so close to sinking creek. Many of my family members were excited to have the free continental breakfast this year as well. The grounds also have several large shelter houses with grills that are free to use for outdoor dinners. The kids also have a great time on the near by park.
  • If you ever have a chance stop here eat at the Creekside Grill. The food is great and so is the service. We both had specials. His was a huge pulled pork sandwich and curly fries. I had the fresh grilled trout on a bed of Peruvian purple potatoes and yellow squash. It was wonderful. Highly recommend!

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