I am loving my stay here at robertsville. The area is immaculately clean showers or private bathrooms are plentiful Flush toilets they also have a coin laundry. Campos are great. It's in the tall trees with lots of shade and greenery you kind of feel like you're in a jungle. Lots of things to do in the area. Great Verizon reception. I may not leave LOL. it is a little humid and a little buggy but I used some yard guard and I seem to be fine.
The showers house needs some help. But the camp sites felt secluded. The dump station was a little broke down and the camp hosts had two big dogs that never stopped barking.
Its right along the river
Robertsville is a nice little park on the Meramec River with about 25 campsites split fairly evenly between tent and electric hook up in a long loop. The hook up sites are on the inside of the loop and the tent sites are on the outside of the loop. You need to look carefully for a level tent site as some are fairly slopped. However, most of the tent sites have nice trees for hammocking and all sites looked clean. The shower house is newer and well taken care of. Seems that lots of people come here for the boat access to the river, but there are some really nice hiking trails you shouldn’t miss. On the weekends in the high season be prepared to reserve two nights in a row, which can make it more difficult to get a spot. But if you go during the week you can have the place pretty much to yourself. And the racoons. Just saying
We stayed 3 nights at the Robertsville State Park in June of 2016 and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The weather was beautiful, fresh at night and comfortable by day. Our campsite sat on a flat platform shadowed by trees and overlooking the forest and it was equipped with a picnic table, a grill, and a place to burn a fire. Aside from us only two other campsites were occupied so it was always serene day and night. The bathroom facilities were clean and equipped with a washer and dryer and vending machines. There's nothing better than a hot shower on a chilly morning! There's also a lake within a few minutes walking, although the current was too strong to swim we were told it's home to many large catfish.