Kaintuck Hollow Natural Bridge, Phelps County, Missouri
Photo by Robert Vreeland
NABSQNO 15S-595080-4189390. Kaintuck Hollow Natural Bridge is a waterfall natural bridge eroded through Gasconade dolomite. It is located about 5 miles south of Newburg, Missouri, near the Mill Creek Recreation area in the Mark Twain National Forest. Access is via a Forest Service hiking trail. Kaintuck Hollow Natural Bridge appears in the Vreeland catalog as number 14-27, and in the second edition of the Beveridge catalog as number 305. Vreeland reports a span of 25 feet.