Eleven Point State Park in Oregon County, Bryant Creek State Park in Douglas County and Ozark Mountain State Park in Taney County will bring the total number of state parks in Missouri to 91. The new parks include 4,162 acres at Eleven Point State Park, 2,927 acres at Bryant Creek State Park and 1,011 acres at Ozark Mountain State Park.
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Ozark Mountain State Park: Located in Taney County near Branson, the park totals 1,011 acres and features an open, grassy, flower-filled landscape of ridges and hills, known locally as knobs.
Bryant Creek State Park: Located in Douglas County near Ava, the park totals 2,917 acres and consists of thick oak and pine forests and nearly two miles of river hills and bluffs along Bryant Creek.
Eleven Point State Park: Located in Oregon County near Alton, the park totals with 4,167 acres and includes six miles of direct river frontage on the Eleven Point River, a nationally protected river corridor.
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