Missouri’s Ha Ha Tonka State Park is ranked 4th among the top 10 state parks nationwide. The scenery along Hwy 65S to Hwy 54E, then onto Highway D adds to an enjoyable ride.
Ha Ha Tonka has historical and geological significance
Read about its long and rich history at mostateparks.com, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources website. Type Ha Ha Tonka into the search box for links to more specific information.
The Park Trail Guide is available at the Visitor Center, and includes a map of the eight “loop” trails, the six one-way trails for hikers, as well as locations of sinkholes, camping areas, playground, special use camping area and of course, restrooms!
Highlights of the park’s sights and beauty
There is so much to see and do the best plan is to bring a picnic lunch and make a day of it.