In the heart of rural Missouri, twisting highways without shoulders snake through the rich, rugged, and river-laced landscape of Shannon County. Native oaks and shortleaf pines cloak the steep-sided valleys where bluffs jut out from the hillsides and cool pristine springs flow from beneath the earth. Dust covered roads line the highways like legs on a centipede continuing on for miles, and often leading nowhere in particular. However, if you take the right road you may find yourself exactly where you want to be. You may find yourself at Blackroot Hollow. Situated next to Rocky Creek Conservation, and just miles from the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Rocky Falls, and Peck Ranch, Blackroot Hollow boasts an unbeatable location. 40 secluded acres, sit nestled back amongst towering hardwoods and scrubby underbrush, providing cover for various wildlife. Hunters will relish in the ample game, from seasoned whitetails and plump strutting turkeys to quick red foxes and gray squirrels. In the hollow, electric and water provide the foundation for a home waiting to be rebuilt in the footprint of another. But the home isn't the only thing waiting, the land is also waiting. Waiting for new memories to be made and new seeds to be sown at Blackroot Hollow.