This 18,600-acre lake is ideal for a day on the water. Also, enjoy equestrian trails, walking trails, and sleeping under the stars. Offers great fishing; known for crappie and bass tournaments. There are stocked ponds for those without boats. Camping is available in four Corps of Engineers developed recreation areas; many with full hookups; most have electric, fire grills, lantern hangers, picnic tables and asphalt pads. Areas have showers, restrooms, sanitary stations, trails, scenic overlooks, launch ramps, and beaches and playgrounds. Not looking to camp, Mark Twain Lake has numerous resorts with cabins and hotel rooms. The lake also features numerous beaches, two marinas and an outdoor waterpark. Plan your next visit to Mark Twain Lake today! For more info, visit Explore Mark Twain Lake.
The classic movie, The Great Outdoors will be featured at the first movie night of the season on Saturday night, May 26th at Bill Trower Memorial Park in Perry. The free movie night is sponsored by the City of Perry and 154 Marine. Come early to view the 154 Marine display starting at 7 pm. There will also be music, and traditional movie snacks. The movie will begin at dusk. The City of Perry recommends movie watchers to bring a blanket or lawn chair to the event. Organizers hope everyone comes and enjoys a great night of family friendly fun.
The upcoming weekend weather forecast has postponed the annual Bark for Life presented by the HNB Bank and St. Williams Relay for Life Teams. The new date is Saturday, May 5th from 11 am to 1 pm at Bill Trower Memorial Park in Perry. With the event being re-scheduled, entries for the event will be extended. T-Shirts will be guaranteed for anyone registering prior to April 12th.