Clearwater Lake is noted for the grandeur of its hills, natural springs, and splendid beauty. The absence of private boat docks appeals to those seeking a *wilderness lake*. A skier's paradise, Clearwater Lake, has acres of smooth, deep water for sport.Many boaters enjoy taking their vessels onto the main portion of the lake to try their luck at catching a few of the many bass, crappie, bream and catfish, which lurk beneath the waters.For those who want to take a break on dry land, Clearwater has an abundance of sightseeing on its 16,100 acres. Those looking closely may catch a glimpse of squirrel, raccoon, turkey, rabbit or deer on one of the lake's trails or watchable wildlife area.Best of all, your visit to Clearwater doesn't have to be limited to a day trip. There are plenty of spots to pitch a tent or park your camper in one of Clearwater's five campgrounds. Campsites with electricity, or, if preferred, campsites without electricity, showers, restrooms, and dump stations are available at all of Clearwater's campgrounds. In addition, several parks have swim areas and boat launches.Visit one of Missouri's Hidden Jewels*..Clearwater Lake near Piedmont, Missouri.
7 mi W of Piedmont, or 120 mi S of St. Louis via US 67, then W on MO 34.www.hobogrill.org