Marble Creek in February.
Marble Creek, rushing 20 miles through the rugged St. Francis Mountains, is named for deposits of attractively colored dolomites which were mined and used in the building trade as ‘Taum Sauk Marble’. Within the recreation area, you can see the concrete remains of a grist mill dam and building foundation. The dam was the third to be built here and was operated until 1935.
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