Springs, Caves and Historic Sites:

  • Alley Spring – Along with its beautiful spring waters, tour its 100-year-old grist mill, Alley Spring Mill.
  • Story’s Creek School – Just walking distinct from Alley Mill, this one-room schoolhouse is over 100 years old.
  • Round Spring – This spring flows into a circular cavern where it travels underground until it merges into the spring branch.
  • Big Spring – Tour Big Spring, the largest spring in Missouri and the largest freshwater spring in the United States.
  • Blue Spring – This is one of the deepest springs in Missouri. It flows out of a cave shaft at the base of a dolomite bluff.
  • Rocky Falls – A gigantic waterfall that flows into a pool of water. There are picnic tables and parking spaces near the pool, and one section of the Ozark trail hikes near the waterfall.
  • Welch Spring – The fifth largest spring in Missouri, Welch Spring emerges at the base of a dolomite hill and ends as it flows into the river over a rock impoundment.
  • Akers Ferry – Akers Ferry has been used to transport vehicles across the Current river for around 50 years and remains an important and unique part of Ozark history.
  • Pulltite Spring and Cabin – The Spring Branch carries an immense volume of 38 million gallons per day. Pulltite Cabin across the river was completed in 1913 and is an additional attraction to the area.
  • Scenic Highway 19 – This beautiful highway starts near the Arkansas border, runs straight through Eminence and ends near Hannibal. The citizens of Eminence call it, “Main Street”.
  • Cave Spring and Devils Well – Devils Well, larger that a football field, is a recharge area for Cave Spring, which is a wonderful fishing spot. Devils Well may be viewed through a karst window from a platform.
  • Jam Up Cave – The entrance to this cave is about eight stories high and more than 1000 feet across.
Rivers:

Other Attractions:

  • Golfing – Enjoy golfing on a 9-hole, par 36 golfing course which spans 2,758 yards.
  • Missouri’s Wild Horses – One of only two wild horse herds in the Midwest.
  • Canoeing – Canoe some of the most scenic rivers in the United States.
  • Horseback Riding – The beautiful sights and sounds make Eminence the ideal place to ride your horse.
  • Hiking – Hike the magnificent trails of the Ozarks while admiring nature.
  • Fishing – Catch that trophy bass as you fish the pristine rivers in Eminence.
  • Hunting – The wooded areas in Eminence make a great location for hunting.
  • Bicycling – Prepare yourself for the ride of your life as you ride your mountain bike in the heart of the Ozarks.