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Council Bluff Recreation Area, MO

Overview

The Council Bluff Recreation Area is perfect for anyone looking to enjoy the outdoors. The Wild Boar Campground and sheltered picnic area, available for individual families or large groups, is next to the largest lake in the Mark Twain National Forest. The area provides ample opportunities for camping, picnicking, hiking, fishing, swimming and more.

Recreation

Boating is a popular pastime on the lake, but all boats on the lake must operate at a no-wake speed. Visitors can access the water via the two boat ramps located at the lake.

Canoeing, swimming and fishing are also available. Anglers can expect a catch of a variety of freshwater fish, including bass bluegills, catfish and crappies.

The 12-mile Council Bluff Trail encircles …
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Council Bluff Lake Trail, Belleview, MO

Amenities

Camping, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Fishing, Swimming site

Silver Mines Campground, MO

Overview

Silver Mines Campground is located on the St. Francis River in the Mark Twain National Forest. It offers a variety of recreational opportunities and abundant historic and geological wonders.

Recreation

Parts of the river are available for swimming, while other portions provide good fishing. Whitewater kayaking is a popular activity during the springtime when water runs high. Depending on water levels, the state holds an annual kayaking competition the third weekend of March.

The 2-mile Silver Mines Trail follows both sides of the river, leading to various picnic areas. A 1.2-mile trail spurs to a popular conservation area, where visitors can view spectacular rock formations along the river.

Facilities

The campground offers dozens of single-family campsites, as well as …
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Location info

State Highway D, Fredericktown, MO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Sutton Bluff Recreation Area, MO

Overview

Roomy campsites surrounded by open lawn and natural shading, cool breezes, abundant songbirds and scenic views all await visitors at the Sutton Bluff Recreation Area. The campground is a popular site for those using the nearby designated Sutton Bluff off-road vehicle trails.

Recreation

A 20 mile off-road vehicle trail can be accessed from the campground. Permits are required for off-road vehicle use in the area. The Karkaghne section of the Ozark Trail, which is popular among backpackers, hikers and mountain bikers, is accessible from a trailhead less than a mile from the campground. The West Fork of Black River provides access to a serene, slow-moving mountain stream and a natural gravel beach. Visitors enjoy wading in the waters, however …
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Forest Route 2236, Centerville, MO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Horseback riding

Bluff View(Clearwater Lake) Campground, MO

Overview

Bluff View Campground on Clearwater Lake greets visitors with excellent camping, fishing, swimming, boating and picnicking opportunities.

Local wildlife includes wetland waterfowl, fox, deer, turkey, and geese. Bald eagles nest at Clearwater, and remain in the area year-round.

Recreation

A trailhead for the Bluff View Nature Trail begins at the campground. This is a wonderful loop trail to look for wildlife among a mix of towering hardwood trees.

Facilities

Bluff View Campground offers 60 sites, including many with electric and water hookups. Additional amenities include a dump station, hot showers, boat ramp, playground, interpretive trail, public phones and a swimming area.

Natural Features

The lake, surrounded by the picturesque hills of the Ozarks, is fed by the Black River. …
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Location info

State Highway AA, Piedmont, MO

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Swimming site

Highway K Campground, MO

Overview

Campers looking to enjoy a scenic stay on the clear waters of the Black River, will enjoy the calming riverside atmosphere at Highway K Park.

Recreation

Fishing and canoeing are very popular on the river, where campers also enjoy wading out into the clear waters during warmer months.

Facilities

The campground offers 83 sites, including many with electric hookups and some sites with water hookups. Additional amenities include a dump station, hot showers, a picnic shelter and playground.

Natural Features

Highway K is a few miles upstream of Clearwater Lake on the Black River. Campsites extended over both sides of the river bank, in a lush, wooded area of mixed hardwoods.

Nearby Attractions

The Elephant Rocks State Park, Johnson …
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State Highway K, Annapolis, MO

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Swimming site

Piedmont Park Campground, MO

Overview

Piedmont Park is a spacious, activity-dense recreation area on the shores of Missouri's Clearwater Lake. Water sport enthusiasts love the lakes diverse offerings, from boating to jet skiing and canoeing to swimming.

Clearwater is considered a "wilderness lake" because it lacks private boat docks and offers plenty of unspoiled shorelines to explore. The beautiful area is enhanced each spring by flowering shrubs and trees like the redbud, hawthorn, dogwood and wild plum.

Recreation

Wildlife viewing is popular with wetland waterfowl, fox, deer and geese.

Picnicking is also a favorite pastime, as is lounging on the beach, boating and fishing.

Facilities

Piedmont Park Campground offers 97 sites, including many with electric and water hookups. Additional amenities include a dump station, …
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Camping Area B, Piedmont, MO

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

River Road Park, MO

Overview

Set on the banks of a calming river, just below the entertaining Clearwater Lake lies River Road Park, known as a jolly ol' place to camp.

The beautiful area is enhanced each spring by flowering shrubs and trees like the redbud, hawthorn, dogwood and wild plum. And bald eagles stay year-round and are known to nest near the lake.

Recreation

Look for wildlife and pretty landscapes on the Black River Hike and Bike Trail. The trail starts at River Road Park and connects with the Blue Heron and Bottomland interpretive trails. Wildlife includes wetland waterfowl, fox, deer and geese.

The lake and river below provide excellent fishing, swimming and canoeing.

Facilities

The majority of campsites have electric and water …
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State Highway HH, Piedmont, MO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Water sports

Greenville Recreation Area, MO

Overview

Greenville Recreation Area is located on the northern end of Wappapello Lake, on the St. Francis River. The spacious campground provides entertainment like biking/hiking for families and friends who choose to visit. The playground is great for keeping the younger children occupied.

Every year, the park puts on the Black Powder Rendezvous and the Old Greenville Days events to celebrate history of the early 1900's. Live music and food are part of the festivities.

Click here to take a virtual tour of the facilities at Wappapello Lake! 

Recreation

Greenville boasts a one-mile historical trail to explore. The lake is home to some of Missouri's most sought after game fish, including largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, white bass and channel catfish. …
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Unnamed Road, Greenville, MO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Fishing, Biking, Day use area

Peoples Creek Recreation Area, MO

Overview

People's Creek Recreation Area, located in the southeastern Ozark foothills of Missouri, is a great launchpad for boating, fishing, swimming, hiking or simply exploring the Wappapello Lake area.

Completed in 1941, Wappapello Lake provides an estimated $3.9 million in annual flood protection to agricultural lands and developed areas along the St. Francis River.

Click here to take a virtual tour of the facilities at Wappapello Lake.

Recreation

People's Creek is ideally suited for swimming and boating activities. The lake is home to some of Missouri's most sought after game fish, including largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, white bass and channel catfish.

Facilities

The day-use portion of People's Creek includes a two-lane boat ramp with loading dock, an accessible fishing pier, …
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State Highway D, Wappapello, MO

Amenities

Water access, Camping, Picnicking, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Day use area, Swimming

Redman Creek Recreation Area, MO

Overview

Visitors at Redman Creek get a chance to enjoy family picnics, peaceful strolls or a day of boating on Wappapello Lake. The large park is ideal for visitors with a variety of recreational interests. Redman Creek consists of 109 campsites in Redman Creek East and West Campgrounds, the 10-site Redman Creek Picnic Area, with large day-use shelter, the Redman Creek Recreation Area with basketball court, tennis court, playground, sand volleyball courts, three separate day-use shelters, a three-lane boat ramp with courtesy dock, and a swimming beach.

Every holiday season, Redman Creek Campground hosts the Festival of Lights Auto Tour. Visitors can help decorate campsites and tour the campground to enjoy the festive lights. Other fun events are held throughout …

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Missouri T, Wappapello, MO

Amenities

Water access, Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Visitor center, Fishing, Swimming site, Day use area

Markham Springs Campground, MO

Overview

Markham Springs Campground is set on the Black River in a scenic and historic recreation area in the southwestern corner of Missouri's Mark Twain National Forest. The area provides access to multiple trails and recreational opportunities.

Markham Springs Recreation Area gets its name from former owner, M. J. Markham, who acquired the property in 1901 and operated a lumber mill at the site until the 1930s.

The Fuchs House, a five-bedroom concrete and native stone home, also sits on the property, along with a neighboring mill. At times, it is also available for rent.

Recreation

River and stream fishing are popular activities near the campground. The Black River boasts bass, sunfish, walleye and catfish. Many anglers fish from boats, …
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Missouri 49, Ellsinore, MO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing

Webb Creek Park Campground, MO

Overview

Webb Creek Campground on Clearwater Lake greets visitors with excellent camping, fishing, swimming, boating and picnicking opportunities. Water sport enthusiasts love the lakes diverse offerings, from boating to jet skiing and canoeing to swimming. Clearwater is considered a "wilderness lake" because it lacks private boat docks and offers plenty of unspoiled shorelines to explore.

Recreation

Wildlife viewing is popular with wetland waterfowl, fox, deer and geese. Picnicking is also a favorite pastime, as is lounging on the beach, boating and fishing.

Facilities

Webb Creek Campground offers 31 sites, both electric and non-electric. Most of the campsites are located on a wooded hillside and each campsite offers a fire ring and picnic table. Additional amenities include a dump station, showers, …
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Highway H, Ellington, MO

Amenities

Boating, Camping

Washington Campground, MO

Set in a natural oasis just an hour's drive away from the lively streets of St. Louis, Washington Campground is the place to be for travelers looking for the excitement of discovering something new. When you arrive in your rental RV, you can choose from sites with electric and no hookups, and if you are RV camping with your family, the family campsite is at your disposal. As soon as you get all set up on your site, you can make use of the amenities found at the campground, including showers, restrooms, and laundry. The campground also features two playgrounds and an amphitheater.

When you opt for one of the RV rentals in Jefferson County, you will find yourself …

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Johnson's Shut-Ins Campground, MO

Johnson's Shut-Ins Campground is located in Cape Girardeau and the Mississippi River. When motorhome camping at Johnson's Shut-Ins Campground, you'll have an opportunity to see all the natural wonders of Missouri and spend time outdoors.

The campsites at Johnson's Shut-Ins Campground are available with full hookups and pull-through access. Some sites are set up for equestrian guests and others can accommodate walk-in tent camping. This kid-friendly campground in Middle Brook, MO, is also an excellent place for kids to …

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Perryville Campground, MO

In southern Missouri between the cities of Perryville, the raging waters of the Mississippi River, and the gorgeous Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri.

There are more than 80 pull-through campsites at Perryville Campground, ensuring that your motorhome rental can fit no matter the size. Tent camping sites, full hookup sites, and rustic camping cabins by the 100-acre lake adjacent to Perryville Campground give visitors plenty of options no matter the …

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Sam A Baker Campground, MO

Set in the St. Francois Mountains of southeastern Missouri’s Ozark region, Sam A Baker State Park has everything you could ask for in an RV campground: opportunities for exciting outdoor recreation, interesting historical sites, and relaxing campsites to come back to at the end of the day. Facilities at Sam A. Baker campground are quite extensive, including electrical hookups for your RV rental, showers, laundry, drinking water, and a dump station. There’s also a park store where you can pick up basic supplies, though the town of Piedmont is right around the corner.

Most visitors to southeastern Missouri aren’t coming for fully-stocked campgrounds though, they’re coming to enjoy the natural surroundings, which Sam A. Baker State Park has in spades. …

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Trail Of Tears Campground, MO

If you’re looking for a scenic campsite in southeast Missouri, then Trail of Tears Campground in Cape Girardeau County might be perfect for you. The campground is both family-friendly and pet-friendly, so everyone is welcome. It’s located on the edge of the Mississippi River, within a short drive of Interstate 55. Nearby, the towns of Jackson and Cape Girardeau have stores, attractions, and eateries, while the campground is situated in the heart of a gorgeous and tranquil landscape.

Trail of Tears Campground gives you’re the change to get back to basics while camping with an RV. On-site, you can find shower and restroom facilities, laundry services, and water. The campsites at Trail of Tears Campground provide either full hookups (electric, …

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Taum Sauk Campground, MO

In the heart of Book an RV in Iron County, Missouri, and you can surround by wonderful nature, forests, and rivers.

When RV camping at Taum Sauk Campground, you will have access to basic facilities, including water hookups and vault toilets. There are no showers, electric hookups, or dump stations in the park. Fire rings and picnic tables are available, and …

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