Missouri is a state with an interesting history and a diverse landscape. The state is known for its lakes, caves, rivers, springs, wineries, rolling farmland, and the Ozark Mountains. Missouri's unique history and landscape have led to the creation of some unique outdoor attractions.
Our landscape varies from glaciated plains, dissected hills, extensive karst (described by caves, springs, sinkholes, etc.), igneous knobs, canyons, and river valleys.
This list is for the discussion of Missouri's outdoor resources and what they have to offer in terms of cultural and nature history, recreation, conservation, present and future uses, biology, geology, hydrology, and anything else pertaining to Missouri's outdoor/natural resources.
If you love to hunt, climb, hike, fish, float, spelunk (go caving), mountain or road bike, picnic, practice photography, or just to relax and enjoy in the outdoors, then this site is for you.
Based in Rolla, MO - In the heart of the Ozarks