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Rockbridge Mill, Ozark County, Missouri; Our recent visit
Rockbridge General Store and Restaurant, at Rockbridge Trout Ranch, Rockbridge, Missouri
My wife, Nancy, my daughter, Allison, and I recently enjoyed visiting and having lunch at the restaurant at the Rockbridge Mill grounds, formally the "Rockbridge Rainbow Trout and Game Ranch." This is a popular vacation, trout-fishing and game-hunting destination in Ozark County, Missouri, in the heart of the Southern Missouri Ozarks.
Not only is this a trout-fishing resort but also the home of a private trout hatchery - along with the Mill and other amenities. With more than 3,000 acres, the resort is also a popular game-hunting destination.
Both my daughter, Allison, and I took quite a number of photos during our visit. Each of the photos in this lens was pulled from that pool of photos.
The Mills of Ozark County
- The Mills of Ozark County website
This is the Ozarks Mills five-mill tour we took. Written by Phyllis Rossiter. First appeared as an article in Ozarks Mountaineer magazine. Thanks, Phylliss!
Restaurant, general store and post office at Rockbridge
Missouri Ozarks on Amazon
Rockbridge official link - Great accommodations, game hunting, and trout fishing resort! ;-)
This is a 3,000 + acre Resort in the heart of the Ozarks Mountains. See the website for extended details on this remarkable destination.
- ROCKBRIDGE Rainbow Trout and Game Ranch official website
This is the site of all the latest information on this site that is much more extensive than I am able to cover in this lens. Check it over carefully to get the full story.
Downstream from Rockbridge Mill dam
Rockbridge grew up as a new village around the mill built on the banks of Spring Creek in 1865.
This photo looks downstream from the dam and simply calls out to the trout fisherman.
Dining at Rockbridge Restaurant - Great Food, Great Service!
The Mill now serves as a Club for Rockbridge
The Club now in the Rockbridge Mill building had not yet opened the day we visited, so we were not able to go inside.
The dam is right behind the mill building, of course.