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Moccasin Springs OHT Trailhead

Point 29 Details
1.6 mi. between 28 & 29
Connects with other OHT trailheads on this tour.
Foot use only, no ATV or horse use permitted on the OHT

oht moccasin springs trailhead
Look for the OHT Moccasin Springs sign

Hiking, Birding, Walking - Many people use the Ozark Highlands Trail hiking trail (OHT) for short hikes, day hikes, and for extended backpacking trips. Some walk a few hundred yards down the trail birding, or for a walk in the woods. Friends go on a day hike together. They drop off one car at their hike's end trailhead, then drive down to the starting trailhead. Others park a car in the OHT trailheads for a few days as they backpack 20 or 30 miles. All of the OHT trailheads except the Spring Creek trailhead on this tour are right off the paved highway.

The Ozark Highlands Trail crosses Hwy 341 at Moccasin Springs Trailhead. You can hike in either direction. Follow the trail across the highway from the parking lot and you are headed toward the Spring Creek Trailhead 9 miles away at Point 30A. Hiking the parking lot side of the trail takes you to the Brush Creek Trailhead 9 miles away at Point 33.

If you want a shorter hike head toward the Brush Creek Trailhead and about 4 miles from Moccasin the trail crosses Barkshed road at Cripple Turkey Road. See Point 31 for Cripple Turkey Road details.

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