From the writers at News Leader.
After Echo Bluff State Park opens Saturday, you could unzip your tent on the elevated wood platform and roll out of your sleeping bag to catch early morning sunlight filtering through the trees.
No TV. No noisy radio. Only the sound of woodpeckers hammering the trees, squirrels chattering on the ground and the gentle hiss of Sinking Creek as it flows nearby.
But if you want to catch the morning news on TV, and can’t do without a coffee pot, microwave or comfortable beds with a scenic view from big windows, you’re in luck — if you’re waking up at the lodge at Missouri’s newest state park.
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