Dabbs Greer Town Hole Park and Access - Anderson, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 36° 39.008 W 094° 26.565
15S E 371040 N 4057030
Quick Description: MCD Access named after popular TV Actor
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 3/13/2022 7:00:03 AM
Waymark Code: WM15X0X
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member pmaupin
Views: 1

Long Description:

County of memorial: McDonald County
Location of memorial: Beaver St. & Spring St., Dabbs Greer Town Hole, Anderson
Erected by the City of Anderson & Missouri Conservation department
Access Map

"This area provides access to Indian Creek. This access is a provided through an agreement with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the city of Anderson, Missouri. The area is maintained by the city of Anderson.

Total Acres: 1

Area Hours
• Sunday, 04:00 AM - 10:00 PM
• Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 04:00 AM - 10:00 PM" ~ Missouri Department of Conservation


Memorial text:

DABBS GREER
ACTOR, DIRECTOR, INSTRUCTOR
A career spanning more than 50 years.
Including:
More than 70 stage plays
More than 100 feature films
More than 589 Television episodes

Best known by his friends here
In Anderson for playing
Reverend Alden in
"Little House on the Prairie"

Missouri Conservation site Fishing and canoes access   and Smoke on the Water

Estimated size of the public land (in regional measurement standard: hectares, acres, kms, etc.): 1 acre

Is there a trail system?: No

What points of interest are there?:
Indian Creek, see map above


What activities are available?:
Boating, swimming and fishing, plus bird watching.


Hours of accessibility?: 0400 to 2200 (4am to 10pm)

List of known hazards (cliffs, snakes, poison plants, etc.):
This is Missouri, around water Copperhead snakes always a risk. Poison Ivy is also prevalent here.


Dogs Allowed?: Yes

Is a permit/fee required?: No

If a permit/fee is required please describe in detail how to get one, how much, etc.:
None


Please supply the website of the land if available: [Web Link]

If there is a trail system, please describe length, terrain, etc.: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
Visitors are encouraged to supply a picture of either themselves or their GPS at the trailhead and/or signage of the public access lands - describe your experience there and what you saw - tell us why other folks should come visit!

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