The Ozarks region is known for its many springs and waterfalls, and you’ll encounter them frequently as you explore the natural areas around West Plains. This scenery is the backdrop for quiet rest as well as outdoor recreation.
- 26 million gallons of water per day
Round Spring is a nearly circular pool of water that flows under a natural bridge into the Current River. The spring is 55-feet deep.
“Round Spring was a Missouri State Park from 1932 until 1964 when the people of Missouri donated it to the National Park Service to become part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Like Alley and Big Spring, it was a gift from Missouri to the nation.”
~ National Park Service
63 miles From West Plains
Take Highway 63 north toward Willow Springs. Just before Willow Springs, take Highway 60 east toward Mountain View. After Mountain View, turn left on Highway 17. Stay on Highway 17 for 13 miles to Summersville. At Summersville, turn right on Highway 106. In 7 miles, continue straight on D Highway. Go 9 miles then turn left on Highway 19. In 5 miles, the entrance for Round Spring will be on your right.
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