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Mark Twain Lake recently became the recipient of a $20,000 Handshake Partnership grant for the development of an archery park in the Frank Russell Recreation Area. The project is being developed in collaboration with the Mark Twain Lake Friends of Recreation and Environmental Stewardship Council. The Frank Russell Archery Park will fulfill customer demands, promote quality outdoor experiences, and support the environmental and recreational missions of the Corps of Engineers.

This grant will fund Phase 1 of the project, and proposes the development of the following facilities: an accessible seven station archery range with target distances ranging from 10 yards to 50 yards; an accessible four station youth archery range; and a 14 station 3-D archery trail. Phase 1 work is expected to begin in the Spring of 2016. 

Phase 2 of the archery park will be developed with future partnering and funding opportunities, and proposes development of an accessible 3-D target archery range featuring a multiple elevation shooting platform.
Archery Range at Frank Russell
Mark Twain Lake recently became the recipient of a $20,000 Handshake Partnership grant for the development of an archery park in the Frank Russell Recreation Area. The project is being developed in collaboration with the Mark Twain Lake Friends of Recreation and Environmental Stewardship Council. The Frank Russell Archery Park will fulfill customer demands, promote quality outdoor experiences, and support the environmental and recreational missions of the Corps of Engineers.
America the Beautiful Annual Pass
America the Beautiful Annual Pass
The full series of America the Beautiful Passes are now available at the Mark Twain Lake Visitor Center. Click the link below to find the pass that works best for you.
Mark Twain Lake
Mark Twain Lake
Welcome to the official website of Mark Twain Lake! Check out the links to the right as well those below to learn more about the opportunities and resources available on this 55,000 acre project.
Virtual Tour at Mark Twain Lake
Virtual Tour
Mark Twain Lake now has a Virtual Tour available online. Click on the button to the right to check out what the area has to offer.
New hours have been announced for the M.W. Boudreaux Visitor Center at Mark Twain Lake.
M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center
The Visitor Center is now open daily from 9am to 5pm. Stop in to find out what's happening around the lake.

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Mailing Address:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Clarence Cannon Dam & Mark Twain Lake
20642 Hwy J
Monroe City, MO 63456

Telephone:
Project Office: (573) 735-4097
Visitor Center: (573) 565-2112
Fax: (573) 735-2750

Email:
marktwaininfo@usace.army.mil

Office Hours:
Hours: M-F 7:30am - 4 pm

Camping Reservations:
1-877-444-6777


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