Dent, Salem MO 65560


Montauk Missouri Trout Fishing Camp

This awesome log sided fish camp is located in a small, private community 1/8 of a mile from Montauk state park, in Dent county Missouri. This modular home is 3 bedrooms 2 bath and sits on a concrete slab, and has a bonus room built on to give it more space. It also has a 25 ft x 25 ft attached carport and a screened in porch and a back deck that runs the length of the home.

The community has a shared water source, that never runs out and costs only $125 year, the community also has trash service that is $75 per year. The cabin has central heating and air, a 2-year-old propane furnace, propane stove and electric water heater. The seller is selling this cabin with all the furniture, all the appliances and a riding mower and a push mower. All of this for $92,950

Take a look at the pictures, the home is beautiful, the river and ponds are full of trout.

(the pictures of the water are pictures from the park.)

This fish camp is just minutes outside the gate of Montauk state park, which is where the headwaters of the Current river start, and the Ozark national scenic riverways begin. The park has year round fishing, year round biking and hiking trails, a store and restaurant. To learn more about Montauk State park go to


If you are interested in this property call Cabot Benton at 217-371-2598 or email  

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Cabot Benton
Cabot Benton
Partner / Broker / Land Specialist
I am a founding partner of Legacy Land company, and it's where I'm supposed to be. Growing up the son of a hunting and fishing guide, and then mixing business classes with Whitetail studies classes in college, and having an honest love and admiration for the outdoors, all together made me who I am today. I've been selling hunting and recreational properties, farms and other real estate for over 20 years. I love walking property, talking game management and habitat improvement. I honestly love what I do. I love helping clients find, and develop their own farm or hunting property.
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