Located mainly in the southeastern section of Missouri.
There's a total of about 742 miles of multi-use trails in Mark Twain
National Forest: 27 are hiking only, 40 are hiking and biking, 123
are hiking and horses, and 332 are hiking, biking, and horseback
Backcountry camping is allowed with some regulations and restrictions.
Sites must be at least 100 feet from trails and/or water sources,
and may not be in day use areas. Fires are allowed, but only the
use of dead, downed wood is permitted. There is a 14 day limit, and
leashed pets are allowed.