Planned trail will safely connect public to a piece of history

ROLLA, Mo. — On Thursday, Dec. 9, Eleven Point District Ranger Matt Dillon signed a Decision Memo authorizing construction of the Greer Mill Trail.

The one-mile hiking trail will provide Mark Twain National Forest visitors access to the historic Greer Mill, a unique and well-preserved roller mill, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

The trail will branch off the existing Greer Spring Trail near the trailhead and roughly parallel Missouri State Highway 19 to the west.  

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