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    Greer Crossing Recreation Area is located on the right side of Eleven Point National Scenic River at about 16.7 miles and offers access to the Eleven Point River for boating and fishing. This Recreation Area offers camping, picnic tables, fire pits, toilet, boat ramp and parking.


    Fees:

    Campground are $10 per single and $15 per double campsite/ night and are paid at the fee tube. There is a 50% discount for anyone who has a Golden Age or Golden Access Passport, a Senior Pass, or an Access Pass.


    Camping:

    There are 16 single and 3 double mowed sites which offer seclusion and privacy, each with table, fire ring, and lantern post.

    The campground is set back away from the water’s edge. A campground host is on site in the summer.

    There is a centrally located vault toilet in the Campground.

    Drinking water and trash bins are available May 1- October 1.


    Picnicking:

    A picnic area is near the boat access. The picnic area has 4 individual sites, each with a grill and one or more tables.


    Floating, canoeing, and fishing:

    The boating access is one of the most popular launch sites for persons floating and canoeing the Eleven Point. Fishing is always popular along this river as well.


    Hiking:

    There is one trail available for hikers, this 4-mile trail follows the river and through typical Ozark hills up to McCormack Lake then circles back for a 2 mile walk back to Greer. This trail runs along the river and then back along the hillside above the river.

    Fishing is also very plentiful, there are rainbow trout, small mouth bass, sunfish, just to name a few.

    Just a couple miles up the road from this rec site is the Greer Springs Trail.