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Cedar Creek

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Mark Twain National Forest in southern Missouri, Cedar Creek is a serene oasis waiting to be explored. With its meandering waterways, rolling hills, and lush woodlands, Cedar Creek offers a captivating backdrop of natural beauty. Outdoor enthusiasts will find their paradise in this forested haven. Mark Twain National Forest boasts a network of scenic trails, including the Cedar Creek Trail, perfect for hiking and wildlife watching. Campers can choose from a range of campgrounds, from developed sites with modern amenities to more rustic, backcountry settings. Immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of Cedar Creek and make it your new home in the heart of Missouri’s wilderness.

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Basic Facts

Population: 785
Population per sq mi: 9/sq mi
Persons under 18: 18%
Persons 65yrs+: 33%
Total Area: 56 sq mi
Elevation: 1,368 ft

Things to Do/See

Camping, Fishing, Floating, Boating

School District Info

Forsyth School District: 417.546.6384
School Website:
Students: 1,214 (inclusive of 3 schools K-12)
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16

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