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Mark Twain Lake

Mark Twain Lake

The largest reservoir in northern Missouri, Mark Twain Lake has over 275 miles of shoreline. Created in 1984 with the creation of Clarence Cannon Dam it offers abundant recreation opportunities. Enjoy water skiing, fishing, camping and hiking. Marinas and boat launch facilities are available. Crappie, Bass and Catfish head the list of fishing opportunities while the lake holds many other species. Visit Mark Twain Lake for a great outdoor experience.

Mark Twain Lake is an 18,000-acre lake in the northeast corner of the state, at Stoutsville, Missouri.

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Mark Twain Lake in Missouri offers great fishing plus boat, wave runner and pontoon boat rentals.

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