The Montauk State Park is a state park and recreation area in Salem, Missouri. It is most famous for being one of the ?Midwest?s premier trout-fishing destinations?.
Created in 1926, the Montauk State Park is located just a couple of miles out of St. Louis. It offers 1396 acres for various kinds of recreational opportunities, making it quite a well known destination among outdoor enthusiasts. Its location allows it to offer a great variety of things to see and do. For example, visitors can take a peek at the Montauk Mill, and learn more about the area?s history. There?s also the Dorman L. Steelman Lodge at the site, as well as several picnic areas, campgrounds, and cabins. It also contains the Montauk Upland Forest Natural Area.
Also dubbed as the most rusting of the four famous Missouri trout parks, the Montauk State Park is best known for trout fishing.