Missouri Route 125

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Route 125 marker

Route 125
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 78 mi (126 km)
Major junctions
South end: Arkansas 125.svg Highway 125 at the Arkansas state line
  I-44.svg I-44 in Strafford
US 60.svg US 60 west of Rogersville
North end: US 65.svgMO-supp-E.svg U.S. Route 65/Route E/CC at Fair Grove
Highway system
Route 124 Route 126

Route 125 runs between U.S. Route 65 at Fair Grove and the Arkansas state line, where it continues as Highway 125. It is a two-lane road its entire length. Near Chadwick, the highway enters the Mark Twain National Forest and passes through this most of the way to Arkansas. It overlaps Route 14 through most of Sparta. It also overlaps U.S. Route 160 for several miles at Rueter. After the road crosses into Marion County, Arkansas, the highway crosses Bull Shoals Lake via a free ferry.

From its northern terminus at Fair Grove the highway passes through eastern Greene County, northern and southeastern Christian County and eastern Taney County.[1]


  1. ^ Missouri Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme,1998 pp. 52 and 62 ISBN 0-89933-224-2