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Roubidoux Creek & Spring

This river flows up through the south central part of the county and empties into the Gasconade River several miles north of Waynesville near Hwy 17. The creek was named after French trapper Joseph Roubidoux.

Public Access along the Roubidoux River
 

You are welcome to fish and put boats in at these locations. Please do not use other accesses which are on private property. See the boat ramp symbol (with letter) on the Map.
 

Map Location Access Name Location
E Laughlin/Roubidoux Access Hwy 17/Historic Rt 66 E, at Laughlin Park, Waynesville
G Roubidoux River Access Hwy 17 south of the steel bridge - 1 mile north of Waynesville
Release dates: Rainbow Trout February through October.

Visit Fly Rod & Reel Magazine Online and read about the Trout Bum Tournament held each spring. The Ozark Graylings threw a line in at the Roubidoux.....

Camping along the Roubidoux:

Roubidoux Springs Campground & RV Park
Historic Route 66 West - Waynesville, MO 65583
Phone:  573-774-6171


Roubidoux Spring

Another feature unique to Pulaski County is the Roubidoux Spring nestled below the bluff in Laughlin Park, Waynesville, Missouri. Located below the spring is a cave and is a popular site for cave diving. The average flow is 37 million gallons per day. Laughlin Park at the Roubidoux Spring is a certified site on the National Park Service National Historic Trail as an encampment on the Trail of Tears.
 
Roubidoux Spring is one of the few places in the state where scuba spring diving is routinely allowed to QUALIFIED and certified cavern or cave divers. ALL DIVERS must register at the Waynesville Police Department for permission before entering the spring.

The spring is located in the Laughlin Park, owned by the City of Waynesville, Missouri. Picnic tables are available. Fishing is allowed. enjoy a 1 mile walk along the Roubidoux River on the Waynesville Walking Trail. Diving in the underwater cave is allowed by PERMIT ONLY. No charge for entry to view the spring.  

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