John C. Briscoe Group Use

Mark Twain Lake

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Overview

The scenic John C. "Jack" Briscoe Group area, previously named the M.W. Boudreaux Group Area, is an ideal place for families and groups to explore and enjoy Mark Twain Lake.

More than 2 million visitors travel to the Mark Twain lake region to enjoy the overall magnetism of the area, thanks in part to the author's beloved classics, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and sequel, "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."

Recreation

Fishing, boating and hunting are very popular at John C. Briscoe. Deer and turkey are common wildlife, and bass is the most popular catch in the lake.

Facilities

The John C. "Jack" Briscoe Group Use Area includes six group campsites with picnic shelters, showers and a central playground. Most sites hold a maximum of 24 to 36 people and offer paved parking for RVs, a shaded area for tent campers and an open area for sporting activities. All sites have electric hookups.

Natural Features

Mark Twain lake is large reservoir fed by the waters of the Salt River in northern Missouri. A variety of recreation areas line the lake, in addition to Mark Twain State Park on the western edge of the lake.

Nearby Attractions

Beside the lake is the village of Florida, where Mark Twain was born. Twenty-five miles east is the town of Hannibal, where visitors can tour the author's boyhood home.
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Campground Matrix

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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Ray Behrens
Mark Twain Lake
0.9mi
Frank Russell
Mark Twain Lake
1.2mi
John Spalding Rec Ar
Mark Twain Lake
2.5mi
Indian Creek (Mo)
Mark Twain Lake
4.9mi
Bluffview (Mark Twain Lake)
Mark Twain Lake
5.4mi
Island View (Rathbun Lake)
Rathbun Lake
112.9mi
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