I was trolling through pictures today, wondering what might be a topic for a post, and I encountered our pictures from Ha Ha Tonka State Park, in Missouri.
We stopped at Ha Ha Tonka when we were driving north after DD2's college drop-off a couple of years ago. It was just a sign on the highway, but it looked like something fun so we stopped.
|Ruins at Ha Ha Tonka State Park|
|Closer look at the ruins|
There are rickety stairs, too--not collapsing or anything, but wooden ones out in the weather. Elevation change is something like a couple of hundred feet, in 6 to 15 step increments.
|This sinkhole is where the spring is. It has a really BIG streamflow of beautiful, crystalline water.|
This was a lovely break in a day of driving. If you are in the area, I recommend it. Bring a picnic lunch if you wish to eat as there is no concession that we could see.