Elephant Rocks State Park is located in the Arcadia Valley in Iron County near Pilot Knob, Missouri. Its name comes from the unusual "Missouri Red" granite "Elephant" boulders that are strewn throughout the park. It is the only Missouri State Park that has a "Braille Trail" designed to accommodate people with visual and physical disabilities.
The park has seasonal hours:
Summer | April-October | 8am-8pm
Winter | November-March | 8am-5pm
Amenities: picnic sites, playground, interpretive trails, Missouri red granite "elephant" boulders, one-mile paved "Braille Trail", quarry pond, engine house ruins, bouldering, rock climbing and rappelling allowed (a permit may be necessary).
See website for more park information.
Elephant Rocks State Park
(address for GSP purposes)
Co Rd 53
Ironton, MO 63650
573-546-3454 Park Office