Mountain View, Missouri, Gateway to the Rivers, Lakes and Streams of the Missouri Ozarks, is where your family’s Ozarks adventure begins! Whether you're canoeing down one of our beautiful rivers, hiking to breathtaking ridges overlooking rolling hills and countryside, hunting for wildlife with a camera or a gun, or taking a sip of pure relaxation at a local winery, you will likely find a spot that you'd like to call HOME!! Give us a call today at 800-934-2011, and let us help you find that perfect dream home in the Beautiful Ozarks!
See Below for a list of some of the attractions of Mountain View!
We are a full service facility with 100LL and unleaded automotive fuel as well as jet A fuel. A full-time A&P mechanic. The 5000 foot runway has heading numbers of: 10-28 with a NDB approach. The unicom frequency is 122.8 MHz. Located at 316 Airport Road. 417-934-6806
900 E. 5th Street
Open: M-Sat 1:00pm - 6:30pm
Sun. 1:00pm - 5pm
Dayne Glass Municipal Golf Course
115. S. Jackson Street
Home of the largest amateur golf tournament in America! Known for its beauty, this 18-hole golf course was constructed in 1995. It was recognized by the Missouri Department of Conservation by being awarded the Governor's Town Treescape award. The course has on premises a full service pro shop, cart rental and cart storage sites.
Alley Spring Mill
Alley Spring and the adjacent mill is one of the most beautiful sites to behold. Built in 1894, this mill is a jewel in the Ozark National Scenic Riverway's crown. A picnic area and hiking trail surround the tranquil spring lake. The three-story mill has been transformed into a museum. Located near Eminence, MO, it empties 76 million gallons per day into the Jack's Fork River. A mist hangs over the cool, spring-fed lake located in a captivating park. Attractions include a hiking trail, a mill museum, a one-room schoolhouse, campgrounds and historic information.
Ozark National Scenic Riverways
America's first scenic riverways preserves 134 miles of the Current and Jack's Fork Rivers. Year-round enjoyment is available on the rivers, and viewing the scenic beauty is free.
Natural beauty at its finest is exemplified in our many springs, caves, abundant wild life, and especially our pristine streams. The Canoe Capital of the World invites you to float year-round on the Jacks Fork and Current Rivers for a few hours or a few days for a truly memorable experience.
N. Pine Street
Facilities include pavilion and walking trail featuring trees of historical and geographical significance. The restroom building has been painted to replicate many of the murals that are found in Mtn. View.
E. 5th Street
Includes a Veteran's Memorial, amphitheater, playground and pavilion.
900 E. 5th Street
Facilities include playground, pavilions, log cabin, caboose, walking trail and tennis courts.
It is Missouri's largest single outlet spring. On an average day, 276 million gallons of clear blue water bubble from the spring.
It is Missouri's sixth largest spring with an average flow of 90 million gallons per day. It is said the Indians called this spring "The Spring of the Summer Sky" because of its clear blue color.
This spring is one of the most beautiful in the Ozarks. It forms a pool of water that appears to be colored deep aquamarine blue, tinted by the moss growing in and around the spring. A wonderful, heavily decorated cave is open to the public from Memorial Day to Labor Day for an hour long tour. A fee is charged for the tour.
Enjoy crossing the footbridge that connects the spring branch to the mill pond. Follow the signs to "Falling Spring Mill".
For those who enjoy a challenging hike, this beautiful spring with an average daily flow of 220 million gallons makes it worth the effort. The well-kept trail includes 3 wooden footbridges, wildlife and rock wall which overlooks the spring in a deep quiet valley.