Clifty Creek trail is a 2.5 loop trail with the primary attraction being a natural bridge with a span of forty ft. Enroute to the natural bridge you pass through old growth Hickory and Oak timber, limestone Ozark glades, and cliffs overlooking Clifty Creek and you cross the creek twice.
Interstate I-44 (west of Rolla, MO or east of Lebanon) take the Dixon exit #163, go north hwy 28 for 13 miles to hwy W (3 miles north of Dixon) turn east for 4.2 miles to the trailhead/gravel parking lot on the north side of the road.
Six car gravel parking lot. Kiosk with trail brochures.
Primitive backpack camping is allowed on the trail.
Missouri Dept. of Conservation
1315 E. Main, Linn, MO 65051