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Stayed one night as well drove across the country. Nice peaceful campground tucked back not far from the city. Primitive sites were mostly empty and we had plenty of room. Wish we had more time but I'd stop by again.
Campsites were well-kept, grassy and even leveled. There are clean showers and coin laundry available. (AT&T) Cell reception was good too! A few trails, Mooners Hollow is one I’d suggest. They have ice and firewood at the check in station and staff is super friendly.
Stayed here for a night while passing through. Was a great campground, not too large, sites are spacious and the bathrooms were clean. The hosts were super friendly and helped me check in after hours.
Note: the main gate is closed from 9pm-7am (Aug. 2021)
CAMPSITE ok seen alot of people that are homeless
I haves stayed at Casino Queen RV Park several times..It’s always very clean and I always feel very safe..it’s easy clean in and clean out…you have to have a code to get into the gate..pets are allowed..the only down side is the train..which runs all night..
GREAT location for camping, especially if you run out of items and need to get something close by. Very natural, and amazing views and the feel is spectacular.
Lovey spot! Pulled in for the night and was able to have a nice campfire and roast marshmallows with the kids. Our dogs couldn't get enough of the beautiful outdoor scenery. Spacious parking and amazing staff!!
You need a code to get in the gate, so you must register in advance. It was hot in late July and with no trees on the larger sites, it seemed hotter. But the full hookups worked great with no issues. There is train noise but we couldn’t hear it with the air conditioners running.
This is NOT a RV park not a place to stay .... not even to go near
It is a homeless CAMP
This RV Park has fun activities for all. Large lake, bike rentals, trails, pavilions etc. Sites were clean. Convenient to town. No trees for shade and large power lines above. We love locally and wanted to try out our new camper before taking it far.
Came in on a Friday afternoon. Well maintained park. Very enjoyable.
Has been turned into a tiny home camp for homeless Veterans. One if the best things St. Louis has done in a while!
It was ridiculously TIGHT for RVs! Basically, it was a parking lot with hook-ups.
Place was clean and well organized and would recommend to anyone. However they do only allow RVS to stay there which is ridiculous. Other than a lot of gun fire going off through the night the place was great.
Had a great experience . It was my first time. Rangers were helpful and friendly. Came back a second time . Great for first time campers good rates and amenities
We had a great experience in the 4 nights we spent here. The grounds, pool, laundry, and bathrooms were all in excellent repair and clean. The park was quiet, but very family friendly. The spots are roomy enough, given that you’re situated less than 15 miles from downtown St. Louis. The picnic…
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