Jacks Fork River

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The Jacks Fork River is located within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways; along with the Current River they flow through Mark Twain National Forest.  The Jacks Fork is one of the most exciting and scenic rivers to float in the Ozarks.  With crystal clear spring-fed water, this river is a pleasure to be on at any time of the year.  The upper sections of the river, above Alley Spring, are narrow and provide plenty of excitement during spring or after a nice rain.  Camping in this section of the river are more sparse and primitive.  Plenty of large gravel bars along the river provide great camping locations during overnight trips.

Best times to visit

Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter

Activities

Day Floats
Multi-Day Floats
Camping

Additional Information

National Geographic waterproof topo map available in-store.

Paddlers Guide to Missouri available in-store.

Printable river map

Rules of the river

NPS Ozark National Riverways

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