Fall Road Trip through the Ozarks

Take a minute to enjoy this photo essay, which showcases beautiful fall color in the Missouri Ozarks. The photos were taken by Tom Uhlenbrock, a Missouri Division of State Parks staffer and frequent contributor to the VisitMOBistro.

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge State Historic Site in Jefferson County is one of four historic covered bridges in the state-park system.
Hay bales dot the landscape of the Current River Valley above Akers in Shannon County.
Fall fishing is a favorite activity at Bennett Spring State Park near Lebanon.
Wild horses graze near Round Spring in Shannon County.
Route N in Reynolds County takes visitors to Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park.
The shut-ins at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park are even lovelier in fall.
Overlooks on the bluffs of Castlewood State Park provide a scenic view of the Meramec River Valley in St. Louis County.

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