Hidden Waters Park

Hidden Waters Park is located in Marshfield, Missouri, on Historic Route 66. The beautiful 11.3-acre park features tranquil walking trails, ponds, wildlife, waterfalls, bridges, gardens and fourteen springs that form the headwaters to the Niangua River. The park includes the Callaway Cabin which was built in 1853 and is one of the few surviving structures after the devastating 1880 tornado. Hidden Waters Park is a verified trail segment of the Trail of Tears route map.  

A portion of the property in Hidden Waters Nature Park is owned and maintained privately through Friends of Hidden Waters Inc. This includes a new welcome center located just north of the park's entrance on Hubble Drive. Find out more about Friend of Hidden Waters on their Facebook page @hiddenwatersnaturepark.


  • 11.3 acres
  • Walking Trail
  • Creek Access
  • Memorial Garden
  • Historic Cabin
  • Pergola Structure
  • Bridges
  • Natural Springs


542 Massey St. (East entrance)
716 Hubble Dr. (West entrance)

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