Eleven Point State Park is a natural treasure that needs to be protected, and we will continue advocating to protect it. On this page you will find resources on the park, information on MCE’s continuous involvement, and ways that you can take action.
Eleven Point State Park
MCE & The Eleven Point Lawsuit
The Eleven Point river was one of eight of the original rivers designated under the Wild and Scenic River’s Act implemented on October 2, 1968. It is administered by the US Forest Service’s (USFS) Mark Twain National Forest. The designation covers 44 miles of this extraordinarily scenic and primitive river — all within the state of Missouri. Including large springs such as Greer, Turners, Bose and countless others.
Under Governor Jay Nixon, four new Missouri state parks were created. Including the Eleven Point Stare Park, consisting of 4,200+ acre.
Take Action Now
Tell Your State Representative to Vote NO on HB 1046
HB 1046, the bill authorizing the sale or transfer of Eleven Point State Park, could be debated and voted on the House Floor any time between now and May 14th.
Please tell your state representative to vote NO on HB 1046. Our Missouri State Parks belong to all Missourians and should not be sold. Find how to contact your representative here.
Thank you for taking action to protect our public lands.