Webb Creek Campground on Clearwater Lake greets visitors with excellent camping, fishing, swimming, boating and picnicking opportunities. Water sport enthusiasts love the lakes diverse offerings, from boating to jet skiing and canoeing to swimming. Clearwater is considered a "wilderness lake" because it lacks private boat docks and offers plenty of unspoiled shorelines to explore.
Wildlife viewing is popular with wetland waterfowl, fox, deer and geese. Picnicking is also a favorite pastime, as is lounging on the beach, boating and fishing.
Webb Creek Campground offers 31 sites, both electric and non-electric. Most of the campsites are located on a wooded hillside and each campsite offers a fire ring and picnic table. Additional amenities include a dump station, showers, boat ramp, playground and a swimming area.
The lake, surrounded by the picturesque hills of the Ozarks, is fed by the Black River. Average temperatures range from 33 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit in March, and 65 to 92 degrees in summer.
Part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, stop by a historic sawmill known as the Klepzig Mill, or visit Blue Spring, Reed Spring and Rocky Falls while in the area. Elk viewing is available at Peck Ranch Wildlife Reserve. For those looking for a fun outing, a drive-in movie theater is also nearby.From Ellington, MO, travel south on MO 21 for 2.6 miles to Route H. Route H ends in the park.573-223-7777 (CLEARWATER LAKE PROJECT OFFICE) 573-461-2282)N