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Shepherd Mountain Inn Family Suite back room
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Shepherd Mountain Inn is located in beautiful Ironton, Missouri close to scenic Fort Davidson battlefield and just minutes away from Elephant Rocks, Johnson's Shut-Ins and Taum Sauk Mountain State Parks.  We offer family suites with a mini-kitchen.  These rooms have separate adjoining sleeping quarters for parents and children, sleeping up to 8 people.

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