Maramec is a spring located near St. James, Missouri, in the east central Ozarks. The state's fifth-largest spring, it has an average daily flow rate of 153 cubic yards of water per second. The James foundation privately owns the spring, 1800 acres (7.3 km2) and maintains the park as an open-air park. The Missouri Department of Conservation runs a trout fishery and hatchery at the spring. You can also find the remains of an ironworks that once made use of the available hydropower. The spring was made a National Natural Landmark on October 21, 1971.


21701, Maramec Spring Dr, Saint James, MO 65559, US

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