The Ha Ha Tonka State Park is a state park and recreation area in Camdenton, Missouri. It is considered as one of Missouri?s most treasured spots.
Offering a breathtaking scenery combined with the beautiful ruins of a turn of the 20th century castle, the Ha Ha Tonka State Park is one of the top places to see while around this area. The site previously served as an estate of a once prominent Kansas City businessman. The castle burned down in 1942, but its remain tend to stand as a charming addition to the site.
Visitors of the Ha Ha Tonka State Park can enjoy the surrounding vistas through the observation point located across the Post Office. There are also hiking trails found at the park that lead to the caves and the castle.