The roads are really rocky. The views are really pretty. It was nice to find a campsite with a shower after 2 nights without one.
We didn’t get too much time here. We arrived at night and took off early the next morning. It was a pretty place to camp. A whole bunch of sites were vacant when we got there.
This is a nice campground if you’re looking for an easy place to get to from St Louis. The campsites are nice and shaded.
This is one of my favorite campgrounds in Missouri. There’s plenty of shade, and the campsites are deep and a good distance apart. There is also a beautiful lake down the hill and a mountain bike/hiking trail that travels around it.
All the amenities you could ask for, showers, general store, and even a pool. Hardly any seclusion. The staff was very kInd. We got a pretty rough tent campground, but it was slim pickings when we got there. Some of the other sites seemed a bit nicer.
Some campsites are great, with shade and a creek that travels next to the tents. Others, particularly in the center of the loop, are not as glamorous. There is a short trail that leads to a beautiful waterfall if you follow along the creek. This campsite was pretty high in elevation, so expect colder nights.
The campground is surrounded with beautiful canyon views. Not many amenities, but you get what you pay for. There were fIre restrIctIons whe n we were there. This is a BLM campground.
there is a lot of traffic but that’s to be expected at a place like the Grand Canyon. they do a great job of keeping the place secluded, despite all of the people. Elk and mule deer also roam around the campground frequently.