Crooked Creek Holler
Near Bixby, Missouri a cool crystalline creek begins its journey north. Twisting and wandering, carving its way through the solid rock of the Ozark Plateau. Through valleys shaded by the steep forested bluffs of the Mark Twain National Forrest, Crooked Creek continues it's journey toward the Huzzah River until passing through this extraordinary property. Crooked Creek Holler sits just South of Viburnum, down a long meandering trail off of Highway 49 that winds through National Forrest. Soaring stands of timber blanket the sky of this 166 acre tract, dropping acorns that speckle the ground, providing ample coverage and nourishment for wildlife. Turkeys roost in the treetops while deer bed down in the thick grass along the creek bank as it babbles and whispers over the rocks. Raised Ridges provide expansive views of the holler below and the rolling landscape that Missouri is so well known for. The unmatched potential that this property provides for bountiful hunting, forever homes with breathtaking views, or creekside memories with family sets it miles apart from the rest.