When I first saw this, I had to make sure it wasn't April 1 thinking someone was pranking us. But, it's true. You really can walk out to Missouri's Tower Rock in the middle of the Mississippi River right now.

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I first saw this shared by the Riverfront Times. Normally, the Tower Rock formation in the Mississippi River is not accessible because of...well, the river. If you're not familiar with Tower Rock, it's along the river (obviously) between St. Louis and Cape Girardeau. It's something you can walk to thanks to low river levels. My Corner Online just shared on YouTube video of the now-accessible Tower Rock with this status:

The water is finally low enough in the Mississippi River to walk out to Tower Rock again. I walked all the way around!

She's not wrong. See for yourself.

This isn't the first time Tower Rock has been accessible, but it's not a common thing you can do. Might want to consider a road trip if seeing this rock formation close up is something you'd like to experience. The state of Missouri has more information about this unique rock on their website with guidelines, etc.

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