Make an Ava, Missouri bed and breakfast your home base and explore the panoramas of Mark Twain National Forest, just five miles south of Ava. There are three designated “scenic highways” meeting in this quaint community which boasts of being the “scenic route” to Branson.
Ava is nestled in the middle of the Ozark Mountains and is especially beautiful during the Glade Top Trail Flaming Fall Revue and Festival in October. You can hike the trail and enjoy spotting the wildlife, or you may want to go hunting for whitetail deer, wild turkey, or quail or fishing in the local streams.
The World Headquarters for the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association which holds two festivals a year is located on Highway 5 just north of Ava.
So, if you are traveling to the southwest region of the state, choose a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri for your lodging accommodations. This insures that the B&B is inspected and approved.