“Hidden away in the scenic beauty of the Ozarks”
Hidden away in the scenic beauty of the Ozarks, this 100-ft. sandstone formation was millions of years in the making. The stone archway was actually used as a bridge during pioneer days. Facilities include a log cabin museum and gift shop. Open mid-March through October.
Great stop. This natural bridge is worth the few minutes it takes to get to off Hwy 65. The bridge is amazing and the setting beautiful. Be careful on the way down; really steep grade.
There is not much too this place, i did still enjoy it but don’t make this a trip like I did. maybe a stop on the way to somewhere else.
Just keep in mind this is not RV friendly. Right as you come in there is a sign that says no heavy buses or trailers.
Quick but neat stop. Glad we went.
Nice place! Clean restrooms though very small. Friendly guy in the cute shop. $5 a person. Worth every cent cause it truly was spectacular to see. So beautiful.
Natural bridge with 2 old houses and a moonshine still under one. Worth stopping at!
This was better than I expected. For just 5 bucks, you can explore the natural bridge. Getting down there is hard but well worth it. Would be pretty during sunrise/sunset.
Can't actually get on the bridge but the place is beautiful and well worth $5
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