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If you are looking for a family-friendly RV campground near the Missouri River, look no further than Hermann City Park Campground. It is located in the small town of Hermann, less than a 90-minute drive from St. Louis to the east, and less than an hour's drive from Jefferson City to the west. In addition to big cities, this beautiful RV campground is also close to some incredible natural parks, rivers, and lakes. Book an RV in Gasconade County and you can explore this exciting area.
Most of the campsites at Hermann City Park Campground have full hookups, and some have electric hookups only. A few sites have pull-through access. There is a bathhouse with restrooms and showers, and there is a dump station available nearby. Most of the sites have fire rings and picnic tables, with asphalt parking areas and grass around the sites. The trees and greenery surrounding the campsites provide a relaxing atmosphere. This kid-friendly RV campground also has sports courts, playgrounds, and a swimming pool.
Rent an RV in Hermann, MO in October, and you can enjoy all the action during the city's Oktoberfest festival. Summertime offers calm, laidback vibes. While you're here, you can visit local museums, gift stores, or enjoy hiking in nearby forests and parks. One of the biggest natural attractions in the state is Mark Twain National Forest, which is only about 90 minutes' drive south of the campground.
The Daniel Boone Conservation Area is one of the closest natural parks when you are motorhome camping at Hermann City Park Campground. Cross the bridge over the Missouri River, and in about 15 minutes' time, you will arrive at this wonderful 3,500-acre park. Some of the animals that live here year-round include deer, turkeys, and squirrels. Throughout the year, you can also see migratory songbirds. This beautiful park consists of woodlands, hills, savannas, and valleys where you can enjoy hiking, picnicking, hunting, bird watching, and so much more.
Little Lost Creek Conservation Area is another nearby natural area where you can go hiking, horseback riding, or bicycling. Almost 3,000 acres of forest is home to a beautiful stream with crystal clear water, where you can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, or fishing. While exploring the forest, you will see waterfalls, creeks, and various plant and animal species, including deer, woodpeckers, turkeys, and others. The park is excellent for hunting, hiking, nature viewing, and camping.
Mark Twain National Forest is a perfect place to visit if you love nature. This gorgeous forest has diverse plant and animal species and beautiful scenic landscapes. The forest covers more than 1.5 million acres of land and has over 750 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and more. There are also about 350 miles of streams flowing through the forest, perfect for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. If you are interested in hiking the Ozark Trail, parts of it are also running through this forest. For those who like hunting, some of the game animals here include turkeys, rabbits, ducks, bobcats, foxes, and more. Other recreational activities available here are ATV riding, scenic driving, nature viewing, and photography.
Deutschheim State Historic Site is one of the most beautiful buildings you can see in Hermann when camping at Hermann City Park Campground. It dates back to the 19th century and was the home of German immigrants. The site also includes a winery and a barn. In the house, you can see authentic furniture and many artifacts from that period, which represent the daily life of German immigrants in Missouri. Visit the museum and a beautiful garden to learn about German-American heritage.
The Historic Hermann Museum is a popular destination for history lovers, with many great artifacts, memorabilia, and documents from the city’s past. It is located in a German school building in Hermann, built in 1871. The school was an elementary school until the 1950s when it was closed and turned into a museum. For the duration of its operation, the school was bilingual, teaching children English and German. The artifacts are separated in rooms by topic, and you can visit the Kinder Room, Heritage Room, Schweighauser Room, River Room, Els Room, and Music Room while you're here.
The Hermann area is home to some great wineries, and when you camp at Hermann City Park Campground, you can go on wine tours and taste some of the local flavors. Some of the wineries are located in the city, and some are outside of the city, just minutes away. Book a wine tasting tour in advance or just pop in for some great wines and lunch or dinner in gorgeous traditional local wineries and restaurants. This small town is one of the best places to visit in the state of Missouri if you are a wine lover.