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Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park - Upper View of Shut-Ins
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A beautiful Missouri state park on the East Fork of the Black River. Play in the shallow water of the upper shut-ins, swim in the deep pools of water at the lower shut-ins, camp overnight, or enjoy a day picnic. There are multiple hiking trails and a paved walking trail. Something for everyone to enjoy this beautiful park.

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Uploaded: 09/10/2013
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Tags: johnson shut-ins; elephant rocks; missouri state park; granite vacation; fort davidson hotel; shepherd mountain inn
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