Eagle Point Recreation Area

Wappapello, Missouri

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Overview

Eagle Point day-use area provides a beautiful and grassy setting near the dam on Wappapello Lake. The park offers an accessible picnic shelter accommodating up to 80 guests, making it an ideal location for a large gathering of friends and family.

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Recreation

Sports enthusiasts will enjoy the volleyball and tennis courts.
The panorama of water sports on the lake include fishing, boating, water skiing and swimming.

Facilities

The accessible picnic shelter fits 80 guests. The area includes a scenic overlook, volleyball court and flush toilets.From the bluff, an extended platform overlooks the lake -- a popular location for small wedding ceremonies (permit required).

Natural Features

Wappapello Lake is fed by the St. Francis River and boasts 8,400 surface-acres on a whopping 45,000-acre expanse of public land, in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

Nearby Attractions

Hikers of all ages will enjoy the Lost Creek Nature Trail, located in the nearby Lost Creek Recreation Area.

The Bill Emerson Memorial Visitor Center--located near the gatehouse, south of the dam-- offers more information on the area as well as recreation.

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