Thursday, 29 October 2020

Web Links

We have compiled these links for your convenience. Some of the links are part of a web sharing effort to promote the great outdoors, some are resources to enhance your experiences at Bass River Resort, and some are just for fun. If you have a website that you think we should link to, please contact us.

Missouri Tourism
  Whether you are planning a family getaway or a solo adventure, Missouri has great vacation opportunities for you. In "About Missouri," you can explore the history and culture of our state, as well as find out fast facts and weather conditions.
Go Camping America
  The Missouri Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds is a non-profit trade association representing the proud RV parks and campgrounds in our state.
Missouri Canoe
  The Missouri Canoe & Floaters Association is a non-profit organization of paddlesports outfitters who are dedicated to the preservation of our natural resources. We protect the safety of our customers by providing high quality service and equipment and promote our sport by education about safety and skills of paddling.
Professional Paddlesports Assoc.
  The Professional Paddlesports Association (PPA) is the premier trade association promoting paddlesports. PPA serves the paddlesports industry, including canoe, kayak and raft rentals, retailers, liveries, outfitters, manufacturers, and distributors.
Steelville Chamber of Commerce
  Visit the small town with a big heart. Steelville, gateway to the Ozarks, lies between St. Louis and Branson just off Interstate 44 in Crawford County. Three spring-fed rivers - the Meramec, Huzzah and Courtois - provide floating, rafting and camping recreation for thousands of tourists each year. Fishing enthusiasts flock to streams filled with small- and large-mouthed bass, trophy trout and rock bass.
Missouri Dept of Conservation
  The Missouri Department of Conservation, protect and manage our state's fish, forests and wildlife.
Trip Advisor
  Hotel reviews, vacation recommendations and weekend getaway advice - all at TripAdvisor.
The Ozark Trail

The Ozark Trail is a part of a vision, conceived in 1977, to build a scenic and varied route through the Missouri Ozarks, stretching from the St. Louis metropolitan area southwestward to the Arkansas border, eventually connecting to the Ozark Highlands trail-- creating a 700 mile through-trail. Almost 550 miles of trail have been completed, with 350 miles in Missouri.