Ha Ha Tonka Castle is the remainder of a stone castle from the early 20th century situated in Ha Ha Tonka State Park, Camdenton, Missouri. The ruins are accessible on foot via a series of trails and boardwalks through the state park which also has intertesting geological features including sinkholes, caves and a large natural bridge.
The castle itself offers impressive views of Ha Ha Tonka Spring and Lake of the Ozarks. If you visit Ha Ha Tonka Castle, there are a number of picnic sites to ensure you can make it a full day of exploring and castle-hunting.
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