Haney Pond (one of three examples in Missouri): A forested acid seep and pond shrub swamp located in the Lower Ozarks Section of the Ozark Natural Division. Dominated by sweet gum trees, the forested acid seep is characterized by a seasonally wet basin fed by several outlets and a ground flora of sedges, mosses, royal fern, mountain mint and manna grass. Buttonbush and rose mallow occur in the pond shrub swamp. The Bellevue Trail, a historic route in colonial Missouri, traverses the area.