Brazil Creek Campground
State Hwy 8
Phone: (573) 438-5427 (Potosi/Fredericktown District Office)
Closest Towns: Cuba, Potosi, Sullivan
Directions: From Potosi: From the intersection of MO State Hwy 21 and MO State Hwy 8, head West on State Hwy 8 for approx. 17.3 miles. Turn Right and head North on Berryman Rd/CR# 207 for approx. 4 miles to the intersection with CR# 205/FR# 2265. Turn Left and travel approx. 2.1 miles to an intersection with State Hwy W. Turn Right onto Hwy W, then go approx. 1.2 miles to the campground entrance on your left.
About Brazil Creek
The Brazil Creek Campground serves as one of the two main trailheads for the 24-mile Berryman Multi-Use Trail, as well as a trailhead/access for the Courtois Section of the Ozark Trail. Many hikers, bikers, horseback riders and backpackers use this small primitive campground as they traverse either scenic trail through the Ozarks.
Dispersed primitive camping is allowed at the campground, with a few sites offering fire rings, tables and lantern posts. No drinking water or restrooms are available. Stock water for horses is located nearby and at ponds along the Berryman Trail.
Brazil Creek is a popular drop-off/pick-up location for those who wish to day hike a portion of the Berryman Trail. It is also popular with those who want to camp halfway along the trail, and complete the 24-mile loop in two days.
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