Fiery Fork CA

About this Area

For more information call
(573) 346-2210
Total Acres

Fiery Fork Conservation Area is in Camden County, 15 miles northwest of Camdenton and seven miles east of Climax Springs, off Highway 7. The area includes 1,509 acres of oak and hickory forest and was named after Fiery Fork Creek, which flows into the Niangua River.

During your visit to Fiery Fork Conservation Area, you may view various forest improvement practices designed to improve wildlife habitat, maintain watershed quality, enhance tree growth, quality, and species composition. Signs of disturbance are only temporary and the forest will soon return to normal.

Hiking trails on the area vary in length from 0.25 mile to 1.25 miles and offer ideal opportunities to view wildlife in its natural setting.

All boundaries of the area are marked from tree to tree with blue paint and are posted where they intersect state and county roads or private lands. Visitors are urged to respect the rights of adjacent land owners.

Things to do when you visit: 
  • Fishing
    • White Bass,
    • Sunfish,
    • Black Bass
  • Hunting
    • Deer,
    • Rabbit,
    • Squirrel,
    • Turkey
  • Bird Watching
  • Camping
    • Individual Campsites
  • Trails
    • Hiking
  • Camping SiteCamping Site
  • Entry PointEntry Point
  • Parking LotParking Lot
  • Privy (Disabled Accessible)Privy (Disabled Accessible)
  • PrivyPrivy
  • Hiking TrailHiking Trail
  • BoundaryBoundary

Hours of Operation

Area Hours
Sunday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
From Climax Springs, take Highway 7 east 4.30 miles, then take Granger Lane south 2 miles. Watch for signs.
Area Regulations
Seasonal Hunting and Fishing Information