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Voted Best Float Trip & Best Campground

Whether you are riding your motorcycle to nearby Rolla on “The Mother Road” (Historic Route 66), attending a military graduation in Fort Leonard Wood, or crisscrossing America in search of a fun adventure, Devils Elbow is convenient to everything. We’re just 3 minutes from I-44 and right off Route 66.


Not a far-away planet, the city with the funny name is nearby. And it’s the home of a famous fudge factory. Go there for fine fudge, the Axehole, the Sideshow Museum, and more wacky stuff. Not kidding!

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Fort Leonard Wood

More than 80 years ago, Fort Leonard Wood began as a basic training post for the US Army. It now trains more than 80,000 men and women – both military and civilians – in diverse studies such as Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Engineering, as well as US Army Military Police School. Salute!

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Mark Twain National Forest

With over 750 miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and motorized use, the Ozark Trail winds through the forest in Rolla. More than 350 miles of flowing streams meander through its canopied expanses.

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Rolla Antique Mall

Antiques, collectibles, and junque. This vintage store is a pack rat’s paradise!

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The Zone

Visit Kokomo Joe’s in Rolla for roller skating, laser tag, and Seaside Arcade for grownups and big kids. And for little kids, there’s Exploration Island.

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Railroad Historical Museum

Visit Springfield for hands-on activities for visitors of all ages! Discover steam and diesel trains, and the Frisco locomotive, including its caboose and train depot. Free admission and free parking!

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Devils Elbow and the Historic Truss Bridge

Bring your old car and take a picture of it on the old bridge. A Route 66 emblem is painted onto the bridge surface for dramatic effect.

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Fun Events

Check out the Pulaski County Community Calendar for festivals, events, and fun things to do in Devils Elbow, Rolla, Springfield, and all the other historic towns in the Ozarks.

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What’s Cookin’?

Catch a trout in the river and grill him for dinner, or try one of these great restaurants. Whether you are in the mood for a steak house, diner food, Mexican, seafood, Mediterranean, ice cream, American classics, or something else, you’ll find all the flavors you love near Devils Elbow.

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Devils Elbow River Safari is Just Plain Great

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Devils Elbow River Safari
12000 Timber Rd.
Devils Elbow, MO 65457

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(573) 855-4733