5 Awesome RV Campsites in Missouri

By Samantha Fidler-Newby

5 Awesome RV Campsites in Missouri

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Whether you are out for a weekend getaway or an extended vacation, an RV allows you the chance to take a road trip without the hotel. However, you still need a place to park for the night with hookups for electricity and water. If you are traveling in Missouri, there are several parks and campsites that cater to RVs and even provide other amenities that can make your stay even better. Here are some awesome places to stay when traveling through the state. 

1. Pin Oak Creek RV Park, Villa Ridge, MO

Located just outside of St. Louis, Pin Oak Creek RV Park has what you are looking for. This site has full hook-up for all your needs, plus premium sites with bigger areas to enjoy picnic tables and larger fire pits. Along with their campsite, this park has a camp store, DVD rentals, an on-site laundry room, and clean restrooms with showers for guests to use. If you are looking for entertainment, you can either travel about 30 minutes from camp and explore St. Louis or you can stay on site and enjoy activities hosted by the park. Whether you are looking for a place to stop and relax for a weekend or a place to sleep while passing through Missouri, check out this site for all your RV needs. For more information on rates and directions to the park, visit their website.

2. St. Peters' 370 Lakeside Park, St. Peters, MO

For a quiet and peaceful place to stay, try St. Peters’ 370 Lakeside Park with a 140-acre lake just minutes away from shopping and restaurants. With 50 full-service RV sites, this park has the space you will need for your stay. Plus, you will have access to picnic tables, fire rings, and free Wi-Fi to use. If you are looking for something to do, they have a 4.5-mile pedestrian/bike trail around the lake or you can take a boat out on the water during the day. The park offers watercraft and bicycles for rent to guests for a fee. You can also enjoy the St. Peters Rec-Plex that has an indoor pool, gym, and ice skating rink and only pay what residents do to use the facilities. Check out their website for more information on rates and directions to the park. 

3. Eagle Ridge RV Park, Eagleville, MO

Located right off I-35 in northern Missouri, Eagle Ridge RV Park is a great place to stop on your travels. Along with the needed hookups, the park offers an in-ground swimming pool to enjoy and hiking trails to explore during your stay. If you are looking for a place to fish, they even have a four-acre pond you can fish in, either on their dock or on a paddle boat. They are also pet friendly and have a plenty of open area for them to explore. Check out their website for more information on rates and directions. 

4. Big Creek RV Park, Annapolis, MO

Offering visitors a scenic and tranquil getaway, Big Creek RV Park is a great spot to camp during your travels in Missouri. Located in the southeastern part of the state, this campsite has full hookups, free Wi-Fi, and even cable TV for those looking to keep up with their favorite sports team or TV show. If you want to get out and stretch your legs, the park offers walking trails and a creek for fishing. They also have a volleyball area, free use of outdoor games, and a playground for kids. If you are looking for other activities, you can take a float trip, go horseback riding, or even do some shopping less than an hour from the campsite. Visit their website for more information on their rates and the other attractions close to the park. 

5. AOK Campground and RV Park, St. Joseph, MO

Located just three miles north of St. Joseph, AOK Campground and RV Park provides guests with all the needed amenities and then some, with a pool and recreational areas to use. If you enjoy fishing, they have a fully-stocked lake on the campgrounds that guests can enjoy all throughout the day. For other activities, you can visit St. Joseph and explore the local museums, the Remington Nature Center, or take in a show at the Missouri Theater. The serene atmosphere and beauty of the park will give you the opportunity to relax on your next vacation through Missouri. Be sure to check out their website for more information on rates and directions to the campsite. 

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