Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District


Area Status: Open

Visitors to Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs District will find different landscapes from oak-hickory forests , shortleaf pine forests, and glades. Glades are open areas of native tall prairie grasses characterized by dry, shallow soils and limestone outcroppings.

The unique blending of eastern forest and western desert habitats makes a home for such varied wildlife as the bald eagle and the roadrunner, armadillos and wild turkey, white-tailed deer and black bears.

The sunlit balds and deep hollows, narrow ridgetops and steep slopes, secluded pastures and clear streams characteristic of the Ozarks are the trademark of the District. This is the landscape so eloquently described in Harold Bell Wright's famous book, The Shepherd of the Hills.

Nearby vacation destinations -- Branson, Silver Dollar City, Bass Pro, and Table Rock Lake -- make the District one of Missouri's favorite playgrounds.

If you drive through this area, you will be delighted at every turn by scenic views. Hike your way through the Forest and you will find solitude and tranquility.

The beautiful North Fork River is the pride of Willow Springs Area. A total of nine major springs flow into the river; two of the largest, Big Springs and Blue Spring, contribute some 18 million gallons of cold, clear water every day. The river is popular with canoeists as well as anglers.

The District contains three of seven Congressionally-designated Wilderness Areas; Devils Backbone, Hercules Glades, and Piney Creek Wildernesses.

The District has the Forest’s only National Forest Scenic Byways; Blue Buck Knob, Glade Top Trail; and Sugar Camp.

View of an unimproved camp site at Bar-K Wangler Camp view of the trailhead with horseback riders entering and exiting view of the Blue Spring Nature Trail Blue Spring Blue Spring Nature Trail around Blue Spring

At a Glance

Reservations: Reservations Are Needed At:
  • Cobb Ridge Recreation Area - camping
  • Noblett Lake Recreation Area - picnic pavilion
  • Shell Knob - picnic pavilion
Rentals & Guides: Livery and guide services are offered in this area, under special use permit, for: For specific guide information visit the river or activity page.
Fees: Fees Are Charged At: Day Use Fee - per vehicle per day
  • Blue Spring Trail
  • Chadwick Trail - permit needed
  • Noblett Lake Recreation Area - pavillion only
  • North Fork Recreation Area
  • Shell Knob - pavillion only
  Camping Fees
  • Cobb Ridge Recreation Area
  • North Fork Recreation Area
Permit Info: Permit information for OHV Trails can be found on the Passes and Permits - OHV Permits page of the website.
Restrictions: As a visitor to the National Forest, you are asked to follow certain rules designed to protect the Forest, natural resources and to provide for public safety of visitors. These rules are available to you on-line or at any office of the Mark Twain National Forest. Please take time to read and understand them. 
Passes: Pass information can be found on the Passes and Permits page of the website. 
Information Center: Ava Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District
Email | Phone and Address

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Mountain Biking

 

Trail/Site Name Miles Uses
Bar-K (Swan Creek) 20 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Bateman Trails 16 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Chadwick ATV Trail/Cobb Ridge Rec Area 80 ATV, motorcycle, mountain biking
Glade Top National Scenic Byway 23 mountain biking, scenic driving, horseback riding
Ridge Runner Trail/Noblett Lake Rec Area 33 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
North Fork Section of Ozark Trail 13 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking

 

Areas for Mountain Biking at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Campground Camping

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

$ - No camping fee.

Sites are first come, first served

At night you can enjoy the quiet in a primitive horse camp, surrounded by maples, oaks, hickories, and dogwood. During the day you'll have access to the 20-miles of riding, hiking, and mountain bike trails in Swan Creek. Minimal facilities include tables and fire rings, full-length, pull through parking spurs for stock trailers and towing vehicles, and toilet facilities. There is an open field where groups can camp together.

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Reservations needed

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area lies in the center of the Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV use area, which is popular among motorcycle, dirt bike and off-road vehicle enthusiasts. Numerous trails provide nearly 80 miles of interconnecting loops that vary from easy to difficult terrain, winding in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. Family and group camping is available. Campsites include traditional back-in units and easily maneuvered pull-through units; some with electrical hookups and others with only basic facilities. Tent camping is also an option. 

North Fork Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Sites are first come, first served

North Fork Recreation Area provides camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking and fishing access to the beautiful North Fork of the White River, which has a total of nine major springs flowing into it. North Fork Recreation Area serves as trailhead for the 35-mile long Ridge Runner National Recreation Trail and the Blue Spring Trail.

Areas for Campground Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

RV Camping

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Reservations needed

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area lies in the center of the Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV use area, which is popular among motorcycle, dirt bike and off-road vehicle enthusiasts. Numerous trails provide nearly 80 miles of interconnecting loops that vary from easy to difficult terrain, winding in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. Family and group camping is available. Campsites include traditional back-in units and easily maneuvered pull-through units; some with electrical hookups and others with only basic facilities. Tent camping is also an option. 

North Fork Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Sites are first come, first served

North Fork Recreation Area provides camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking and fishing access to the beautiful North Fork of the White River, which has a total of nine major springs flowing into it. North Fork Recreation Area serves as trailhead for the 35-mile long Ridge Runner National Recreation Trail and the Blue Spring Trail.

Areas for RV Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Group Camping

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

$ - No camping fee.

Sites are first come, first served

At night you can enjoy the quiet in a primitive horse camp, surrounded by maples, oaks, hickories, and dogwood. During the day you'll have access to the 20-miles of riding, hiking, and mountain bike trails in Swan Creek. Minimal facilities include tables and fire rings, full-length, pull through parking spurs for stock trailers and towing vehicles, and toilet facilities. There is an open field where groups can camp together.

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Reservations needed

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area lies in the center of the Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV use area, which is popular among motorcycle, dirt bike and off-road vehicle enthusiasts. Numerous trails provide nearly 80 miles of interconnecting loops that vary from easy to difficult terrain, winding in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. Family and group camping is available. Campsites include traditional back-in units and easily maneuvered pull-through units; some with electrical hookups and others with only basic facilities. Tent camping is also an option. 

Areas for Group Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Dispersed Camping

Information on dispersed camping can be found on our dispersed camping page.

 

Areas for Dispersed Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Lake and Pond Fishing

Big Bay Recreation Area

$ - No day use fee

The 53,000-acre Table Rock Lake features several species of bass, sunfish, catfish, crappie, and other game fish species

Noblett Lake Recreation Area

$ - No day use fee

Noblett Lake is a popular place to fish for panfish (bluegills and sunfish), bass, and catfish. Electric motors only allowed.

Areas for Lake and Pond Fishing at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

River and Stream Fishing

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

$ - No day use fee.

Bar-K is located on the west bank of Swan Creek. Primary game fishes in Swan Creek are smallmouth bass, rock bass and goggle eye.

North Fork Recreation Area

$ - Day Use Fee

Float, Wade, or bank fish to catch bass, sunfish and/or trout in the North Fork of the White River.

Areas for River and Stream Fishing at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Day Hiking

 

Trail/Site Name Miles Uses
Bar-K (Swan Creek) 20 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Blue Spring Trail - connects to Devils Backbone, access at North Fork Recreation Area .6 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Chadwick ATV Trail/Cobb Ridge Rec Area 80 ATV, motorcycle, mountain biking
Devils Backbone Wilderness 13 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Hercules Glade Wilderness 32 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Glade Top National Scenic Byway 23 mountain biking, scenic driving, horseback riding
Ridge Runner Trail/Noblett Lake Rec Area and North Fork Recreation Area 33 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
North Fork Section of Ozark Trail 13 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Piney Creek Wilderness 13.1 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking

 

Areas for Day Hiking at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Backpacking

 

Trail/Site Name Miles Uses
Bar-K (Swan Creek) 20 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Blue Spring Trail - connects to Devils Backbone, access at North Fork Recreation Area .6 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Bateman Trail 16 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Chadwick ATV Trail/Cobb Ridge Rec Area 80 ATV, motorcycle, mountain biking
Devils Backbone Wilderness 13 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Hercules Glade Wilderness 32 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Glade Top National Scenic Byway 23 mountain biking, scenic driving, horseback riding
Ridge Runner Trail/Noblett Lake Rec Area and North Fork Recreation Area 33 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
North Fork Section of Ozark Trail 13 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Piney Creek Wilderness 13.1 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking

 

Areas for Backpacking at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Horse Camping

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

$ - No camping fee.

Sites are first come, first served

At night you can enjoy the quiet in a primitive horse camp, surrounded by maples, oaks, hickories, and dogwood. During the day you'll have access to the 20-miles of riding, hiking, and mountain bike trails in Swan Creek. Minimal facilities include tables and fire rings, full-length, pull through parking spurs for stock trailers and towing vehicles, and toilet facilities. There is an open field where groups can camp together.

Areas for Horse Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Horse Riding

 

Trail/Site Name Miles Uses
Bar-K (Swan Creek) 20 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Bateman Trails 16 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Devils Backbone Wilderness 13 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Glade Top National Scenic Byway 23 mountain biking, scenic driving, horseback riding
Hercules Glade Wilderness 32 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Noblett Lake Rec Area/Ridge Runner Trail 33 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
North Fork Section of Ozark Trail 13 horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking
Piney Creek Wilderness 13.1 designated horseback riding, hiking/backpacking
Sugar Camp Naational Forest Scenic Byway 28 horseback riding, scenic driving

 

Areas for Horse Riding at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Big Game Hunting

Information on hunting on the Mark Twain can be found on our Hunting information page.

Small Game Hunting

Information on hunting on the Mark Twain can be found on our Hunting information page.

Viewing Wildlife

The Mark Twain National Forest, situated in the ancient and beautiful Missouri Ozarks, is home to over 650 native wildlife species. These include almost 200 kinds of fish, over 100 different amphibians and reptiles, over 300 breeds of birds, and around 60 types of mammals. Species range from “A” (Amphiuma tidactylum, the three-toed amphiuma – an aquatic salamander that resembles an eel) to “Z” (Zenaida macroura, commonly known as the mourning dove.)

For information on Wildlife Watching, Birding, and Pollinators visit our Wildlife page.

Areas for Viewing Wildlife at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Viewing Plants

Mark Twain National Forest encompasses a large and varied landscape throughout most of the Ozarks of Missouri, and even a small part of the prairie region in the center of the State.

Within this wide and varied landscape there exists a diverse array of plants. Of the roughly 2,800 species of plant in Missouri, about two-thirds can be found on the Forest. While most can be found commonly throughout the Forest, less common species can be found in specific natural communities such as calcareous fens, acid seeps, and glades (limestone, dolomite and igneous).

Spring wildflowers are especially showy in the Missouri Ozarks, and a hike in riparian forests in March and April will lead the visitor to many beautiful displays of wildflowers.

The glades near Ava and Cassville are a good place for wildflower viewing, and a drive along the Glade Top Trail on the Ava Unit in June and July will lead the visitor to many fine views of not only wildflowers, but also the hills and balds that are famous in this region.

What to look for

Areas for Viewing Plants at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Viewing Scenery

Blue Buck Knob National Forest Scenic Byway

The Blue Buck Knob Scenic Byway cuts through wooded lands of mixed hardwoods and shortleaf pine intermixed with open pastures. Points of interest along the Blue Buck Knob Scenic Byway are the Indian Creek Overlook, Blue Buck Overlook, Noblett Recreation Area, and the Blue Hole Trailhead where you can assess the Ridge Runner and Ozark Trails.

Blue Spring Trail

This very short walk takes you from North Fork Campground to the beautiful Blue Spring. Among the trees, cardinals and other birds sweep from one branch to another. Flowering dogwood and redbud catch sunshine from the gaps between branches and leaves and display brilliant spring colors. Blue Spring on North Fork River is in an oval shape, about 30 feet in diameter. It averages 7 million gallons per day of cold, clear blue water. The pool is colorful and the setting dramatic - on three sides, the stone wall made of cherty Gasconade dolomite surrounds the spring and represents the karst topography of the Ozarks.

Caney Picnic Area

Located along the Glade Top Trail National Forest Scenic Byway, this day use area is situated on one of the Ozark glades. Spring and summer blooming wildflowers cover the area in natural beauty. The fall colors offer a breathtaking display only nature can provide. Open glade country surrounds the picnic area. On glades such as these, the notorious Bald Knobbers met and planned their raids.

Glade Top National Scenic Byway

Along the trail are seven overlook “pull-outs” that provide panoramic views that reach to the Springfield Plateau twenty miles to the northwest and forty miles south to the Boston Mountains in Arkansas. Visit the detail stop links below for more about each of the views.

The Glade Top Trail is little changed from the original road constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the late 1930’s. For twenty-three miles, the two-lane, all weather gravel road follows narrow ridge tops rising approximately 500 feet above the surrounding rolling countryside, and overlooks and passes through many limestone/dolomite glades interspersed with open and closed woodlands.

Shell Knob

Shell Knob Recreation Site is situated along a bluff overlooking the White River arm of beautiful Table Rock Lake, in an unincorporated portion of Shell Knob. It is a great location to relax and enjoy being away from it all. The pavilion was once the site of Civilian Conservation Corps camp, which operated from 1936 to 1942. Several historic features are still visible within the site. The surrounding area is heavily wooded and provides scenic forest views. A short walking trail leads to a scenic overlook of Table Rock Lake.

Sugar Camp National Forest Scenic Byway

Most of the route is along wooded hills and valleys which are covered with mixed hardwoods, with intermingled eastern red cedar and pine stands. Vistas provide opportunity to view distant landscapes.  Two areas provide for visitors to rest and picnic. They are Onyx and Sugar Camp Tower. 

Areas for Viewing Scenery at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

OHV Camping

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area

$ - Camping Fee

Reservations needed

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area lies in the center of the Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV use area, which is popular among motorcycle, dirt bike and off-road vehicle enthusiasts. Numerous trails provide nearly 80 miles of interconnecting loops that vary from easy to difficult terrain, winding in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. Family and group camping is available. Campsites include traditional back-in units and easily maneuvered pull-through units; some with electrical hookups and others with only basic facilities. Tent camping is also an option. 

Areas for OHV Camping at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

OHV Trail Riding

Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV Use Area

Nearly 80 miles of multi-use trails for ATV, UTV, motorcycle and mountain bikes wind in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. 

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area

Cobb Ridge Recreation Area lies in the center of the Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV use area, which is popular among motorcycle, dirt bike and off-road vehicle enthusiasts. Numerous trails provide nearly 80 miles of interconnecting loops that vary from easy to difficult terrain, winding in and out of deep, forested hollows and down long ridge tops. 

Areas for OHV Trail Riding at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Picnicking

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

$ - No Day Use Fees

Picnicking is allowed in the campground. Tables and fire rings are available.

Big Bay Recreation Area

$ - No Day Use Fee

The facility features; picnicking, vault toilet in picnic area, and a boat ramp with parking area near picnic area.  Visitors will need to bring their own water for drinking. 

Blue Buck Knob National Forest Scenic Byway

There are multiple places to stop and picnic along the Byway.

Caney Picnic Area

$ - No Day Use Fee

Open glade country surrounds the picnic area.

Chadwick Motorcycle and ATV Use Area

$ - No Day Use Fee

There are two Day Use Areas associated with the riding area. One is Camp Ridge located on the northeast edge of the riding area just off of H Highway - No overnight camping is allowed here. A vault toilet and information board is present. The other area is the KC Pavilion. This area provides a picnic pavilion, a vault toilet, and an information board. The KC Pavilion is located along Trail 101 just as it leaves Trail 171.

Glade Top National Forest Scenic Byway

Along the trail are seven overlook “pull-outs” that provide panoramic views that reach to the Springfield Plateau twenty miles to the northwest and forty miles south to the Boston Mountains in Arkansas where visitors can picnic.

Noblett Lake Recreation Area

$ - Fee for group picnic area pavilion; available for use first come, first served when not reserved. No other fees at the recreation area.

Individual picnic tables and grills are available on a first come, first served basis. Vault toilets are available. There is no water available; visitors must bring their own. The picnic pavilion is set in a forest of oak and pine trees, on the Salem Plateau. The group pavilion offers seating for up to 75 people, is equipped with electricity, tables and grills. Trash collection services are provided. If your group is over 75 people a special use permit is needed.

North Fork Recreation Area

$ - Day Use Fee

There are 10 sites for day use picnicking with grills and tables. The area also offers vault toilets, drinking water and centralized garbage collection.

Ridge Runner Trail

Picnic facilities are available at Noblett Recreation Area on the north end of the trail, and at North Fork Recreation Area on the south end of the trail. Both of these sites have individual picnic sites with a table and grill at each site. Noblett also has two picnic pavilions for group picnicking; one can be reserved through www.Recreation.gov.

Shell Knob

$ - Day Use Fee for pavilion

The site includes a lighted pavilion with kitchen facilities, numerous picnic tables and two parking areas. Accessible vault toilets are provided. Drinking water is available only during warm weather months. Only the pavilion can be reserved, not the entire site. Picnic areas are first come-first serve. No charge for use of the picnic areas or the playground facilities.

Sugar Camp National Forest Scenic Byway

Two areas provide for visitors to rest and picnic. They are Onyx and Sugar Camp Tower. 

 

Areas for Picnicking at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Group Picnicking

Caney Picnic Area

$ - No Day Use Fee

Open glade country surrounds the picnic area.

Glade Top National Forest Scenic Byway

Along the trail are seven overlook “pull-outs” that provide panoramic views that reach to the Springfield Plateau twenty miles to the northwest and forty miles south to the Boston Mountains in Arkansas where visitors can picnic.

Noblett Lake Recreation Area

$ - Fee for group picnic area pavilion; available for use first come, first served when not reserved. No other fees at the recreation area.

Individual picnic tables and grills are available on a first come, first served basis. Vault toilets are available. There is no water available; visitors must bring their own. The picnic pavilion is set in a forest of oak and pine trees, on the Salem Plateau. The group pavilion offers seating for up to 75 people, is equipped with electricity, tables and grills. Trash collection services are provided. If your group is over 75 people a special use permit is needed.

Areas for Group Picnicking at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Scenic Driving

Blue Buck Knob National Forest Scenic Byway

The Blue Buck Knob Scenic Byway cuts through wooded lands of mixed hardwoods and shortleaf pine intermixed with open pastures. Points of interest along the Blue Buck Knob Scenic Byway are the Indian Creek Overlook, Blue Buck Overlook, Noblett Recreation Area, and the Blue Hole Trailhead where you can assess the Ridge Runner and Ozark Trails.

Glade Top National Scenic Byway

Along the trail are seven overlook “pull-outs” that provide panoramic views that reach to the Springfield Plateau twenty miles to the northwest and forty miles south to the Boston Mountains in Arkansas. Visit the detail stop links below for more about each of the views.

The Glade Top Trail is little changed from the original road constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the late 1930’s. For twenty-three miles, the two-lane, all weather gravel road follows narrow ridge tops rising approximately 500 feet above the surrounding rolling countryside, and overlooks and passes through many limestone/dolomite glades interspersed with open and closed woodlands.

Sugar Camp National Forest Scenic Byway

Most of the route is along wooded hills and valleys which are covered with mixed hardwoods, with intermingled eastern red cedar and pine stands. Vistas provide opportunity to view distant landscapes.  Two areas provide for visitors to rest and picnic. They are Onyx and Sugar Camp Tower. 

Areas for Scenic Driving at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Boating - Motorized

Big Bay Recreation Area

Big Bay Recreation Area is set in a red cedar and hardwood forest on the shore of beautiful 53,000-acre Table Rock Lake, a premier vacation spot in the Ozarks. The facility features; picnicking, vault toilet in picnic area, and a concrete boat ramp with parking area near picnic area.

North Fork Recreation Area

A gravel boat launch provides access for using small jon boats to fish the river.. There are several private access points downstream, in addition to the public accesses managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation at Blair Bridge and Patrick Bridges. Some outfitters also offer trips from upstream launches to this point.

Areas for Boating - Motorized at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Boating - Non-Motorized

Noblett Lake Recreation Area

Noblett Lake is a popular place for canoeing and fishing with small non-motorized boats or those with electric motors.

North Fork Recreation Area

North Fork is a popular canoe launch from which to float the White River through the Devils Backbone Wilderness. There are several private access points downstream, in addition to the public accesses managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation at Blair Bridge and Patrick Bridges. Some outfitters also offer trips from upstream launches to this point.

 

Areas for Boating - Non-Motorized at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Swimming

The Forest Service does not provide lifeguards, post boundaries, test water quality, or measure water depth or current at any of these swimming areas. Anyone wishing to swim in them needs to carefully consider the risks involved, and take steps to assure their own protection and that of other members of their party, particularly children. Even commonly used swimming areas may have strong currents during moderate to high waters, or rocks, drop-offs, or other unseen hazards beneath the surface of the water.

USE CAUTION AND SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK WHEN YOU ENJOY ANY OF THESE AREAS!

Bar-K Wrangler Camp

Bar-K is located on the west bank of Swan Creek

Big Bay Recreation Area

Big Bay Recreation Area is set in a red cedar and hardwood forest on the shore of beautiful 53,000-acre Table Rock Lake, a premier vacation spot in the Ozarks. Though there is not a beach within Big Bay Recreation Area, Table Rock Lake has numerous swimming beaches.

North Fork Recreation Area

The beautiful North Fork of the White River has a total of nine major springs flowing into it. Two of its largest springs are Big Springs and Blue Spring, which contribute some 18 million gallons of cold, clear water every day. Wading, tubing and water-play do occur here. Use caution as the current, river bottom and debris will create hazards at anytime.

Areas for Swimming at Ava/Cassville/Willow Springs Ranger District

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
36.944055

  Longitude : 
-92.660953