Sunday, 26 March 2017

Take a Hike!

    A hidden treasure here at Bass’ River Resort is the Ozark Trail. First drafted in 1977 in response to a minimal number of trails in the state of Missouri, the Ozark Trail has since grown to almost 400 miles of trail, with approximately 230 miles of thru-trail. The trail winds through the beautiful Ozarks region of our state, and passes through right here at Bass’!

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    You can hike some of the tallest mountains in the state in the St. Francois Mountain sections of the trail, and you can hike through many of Missouri’s State Parks on many different sections as well. In our section of the trail, you will hike along the crystal clear waters of the Courtois Creek, and along some very scenic bluffs. We are happy to offer our services to users of the Courtois and Trace Creek Sections. We have numerous and varied accommodations should you want a comfortable home base from which to explore the trail and a shuttle service to take you to or from trail heads. Should you want to expand your Ozark Trail experience with a float trip on one of our awesome streams, we have a full range of floating crafts and float trip options on the Courtois, Huzzah, and Meramec rivers for you to choose from.

Shuttle Service & Rates

 
1 Way Shuttle First 2 People
   
Onondaga-Bass $40.00
Bass-Huzzah Wildlife $35.00
Hwy 8 Trailhead-Bass $35.00
Harmon Springs-Bass $40.00
Hazel Creek-Bass $60.00
Onondaga-Hwy 8 Trailhead $60.00
Council Bluff-Bass $100.00
Harmon Springs-Onondaga $60.00
Hwy DD Trailhead $80.00

*Each additional person is $15.00

*TAX NOT INCLUDED IN ABOVE PRICES*

Parking Fee $5.00 p/vehicle, $5.32 w/tax

Advance reservations are recommended, at least one week in advance to guarantee availability.


We cover Onondaga Trailhead to Council Bluffs. We do offer custom shuttles of which the price will be based off of Round Trip, Mileage, & Time. Please inquire for rates.

For more information on the Ozark Trail, visit www.ozarktrail.com!

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Get out there and Explore!
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