Great hiking trails and helpful hosts. Sites are all very level. Marsh nearby so be prepared for buggy atmosphere. Cool local towns with historic areas. Quiet camp definitely check with programs as there are only a few sites. Trails through marsh on raised platform are awesome. Woke up with a little friend in our tent lol wife was not pleased. All in all abundant wildlife and a calm cool getaway.
Great park. Electric $21 in season. $19 off season. Off season starts Nov 1. Showers, water, ice machine, firewood, firepits.
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend in 2017 - the campgrounds were fairly empty! The area was grassy and open and well maintained. The campground host was incredibly nice and helpful, as this was our fist camping experience in the MO State Park system and we had no idea what we were doing!
The visitors center has some great information and interesting displays about American Indian heritage.
Before leaving, we took the short .10 mile Missouri River Overlook Trail.
We had intended to fish in Lake Woolridge, but the gate was closed already for the night when we arrived.
This is a campground that I have high intentions of returning to.