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Good location for exploring St. Louis

This campground is fairly close to downtown and very close to lots of shopping. A great place to stay to stock up on supplies before heading west. We stayed 2 nights to have a day to visit the Gateway Arch. The pool and playground seemed nice even though we didn’t use them. Nice dog park for smaller dogs. Several cabins are available along with RV sites. The tent sites are next to a river under large trees. Plenty of spaces for big rigs. Our site was no very level but nothing our auto-leveling couldn’t handle.

Beautiful

This was such a nice and serene setting. Close to the city and local attractions, yet surrounded by nature none the less. The family atmosphere at this campground brings a smile to your face and the amenities are clean and in order. We loved it. It will be even better when they invent silent trains.

Not to bad.

Not to bad. The bathroom down the hill was in dire need of a remodel when we stayed here in 2019 and be prepared for a lot of noise from the busy main road and passing trains in the near distance.

Love this place

This campground is only 30 minutes from where I live but I love going here. It has nice spacious campsites. Clean bathrooms and shower. Nice big common areas. A nice big lake for fishing. It’s a real pretty place to just get away for a weekend or so.

Meh.

Pool was closed (covid), Small dog park (which was nice), sites were crammed together with hardly any trees in the full hookup area. Your neighbors sewer sat right by your picnic table (nasty). Full hookups had no fire pit at the site (and this site was not cheap). There was a restaurant you could order from and get it brought to you. We stopped there on 4th of July and while no fireworks were allowed on site, they were go off all around the campground which terrified our dog. It was fine if you are passing through, but definitely not as a destination.

Very nice facility

Spent two nights. Office Staff was super friendly. Went above and beyond for service. Separate handicap shower facilities are always a huge plus for us. (Hubby is blind.) Bathrooms were clean.

Thirty minute drive into see Gateway Arch. Not a bad swap for some peace and quiet. Lots of shade and pull thrus. Pool was out of order while we were there, but those things happen. We would go back again for a longer stay.

Good campground

It was a nice campground with tree cover over most of it. Our site was gravel to park on with grass around it. Close to train tracks and highway, but didn’t notice with AC on in the camper. Close to 6 flags.

No Complaints

Plenty of tent spots with tree cover and fire pits. Lighting bugs came out at night.

Small

Not very private, but directly on the river. A great spot to stay at for the price if you are traveling the area.

Crackville

Staff was pretty sketchy and extremely rude. Including but not limited to starting an altercation with someone that had gotten stuck in the poor parking conditions as well as discomforting comments and offers to my girlfriend. Mosquitoes were miserable due to the large puddles of water throughout the campground as well.