Falling Spring - Visual Journey...Missouri
 
   
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Falling Spring is shown here flowing from the rock bluff.  It is located in Mark Twain National Forest in Oregon County, Missouri. 
Falling Spring feeds into a pond which provides good fishing.  A 650 foot trail runs along the edge of the pond.   
 
   
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Falling Spring Mill was built in the late 1920's. 
Falling Spring Mill was used to grind corn for feed, saw out shingles and firewood, and generate electricity.  
 
   
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Thomas and Jane Brown came from Tennessee to homestead the Falling Spring area of Missouri in 1851. They built this cabin which is now known as the Thomas Brown Cabin. It was later used as a smoke house.  Soldiers are believed to have camped in the area during the Civil War.

Directions from Winona, Missouri:  Go south 10 miles on Highway 19 to Oregon County Road 3170, turn east and immediately turn left on Oregon County Road 156 (aka Forest Road 3164) and go 2 miles. 
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