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Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch
Location:Seymour, MO
Links:Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch
Directions:SMOR is located about 30 miles east of Springfield, MO which is about a 3.5 hour trip from Kansas City.

1. Head South from KC to Springfield and get to the intersection of Highway 65 and Highway 60 in the Southeast corner of Springfield.
2. Head East on Highway 60
3. Coming into Seymour there is a McDonalds, take a right just before that on W. Clinton Ave. (last gas station before the park...) it soon turns into East Clinton Ave.
4. Head south on Main Street (Take note of the two auto parts stores on the square!)
5. West on W. Summit Ave. (actually Main Street make a sharp curve to the right)
6. South on S. Division Street (stop sign at this intersection)
7. S. Division turns in to Highway K, continue on for about 5 miles south and the ranch will be on the right (West) side of the road. (GPS coordinates: N 37.08343, W 92.73308)
Description: 8:30 AM in the parking lot of the Park
Johnny toilets are on site in the parking area.
Primitive Camping is free on site.
Admission is $10 Per Vehicle & Driver, $5 Per Rider/Spectator, 12 yrs. & under free Services are located in Seymour which is 5 miles from the park.

The park consists of almost 1000 acres of logged hills and ravines. Stumps populate the area so be careful and keep a watchful eye out for them. The soil is varies from loose sandy to sticky clay and does contain a good amount of rock. Most of the obstacles are rock formations. The trails are fairly short and generally take less than an hour to run. The easy trails consist of gravel roads that run through the logged areas while going up and down steep hills. Moderate trails were very scarce at this time. Hardcore obstacles include undercut ledges and steep climbs. A couple of trails have loose rock garden type obstacles in them as well as waterfalls. Most trails are tight and will require good tire placement and driving skills to keep the top on your rig. The park currently has 4 or 5 hard trails than can be done with 35's and lockers but a winch or strap may be needed. They are currently cutting new trails that will cater to the easier levels. Also on site are a mud pit and an extreme obstacle course.