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Covering 250 acres of wooded hillside and open green pastures, you’ll find Quail Ridge Park. This beautiful piece of public land is located in the town of Wentzville, with O’Fallon and Warrenton nearby, and has a lot of offer those that rent an RV in At Charles County in Missouri. The park opened in 2000 and has various amenities for visitors to enjoy, including a large lodge that is a popular spot for weddings and parties.
Quail Ridge Park is also home to the Quail Ridge Horseshoe Club, and the National Horseshoe Club Pitchers Hall of Fame and Museum. No matter if you want a scenic walk, a place for a picnic, or an area to play some sport, Quail Ridge Park has it all.
There are over 7 miles of paved surface and natural trails for those that go camping at Quail Ridge Park to enjoy, making it ideal for both more experienced hikers and those that just want a gentle stroll through nature. For easy access, there is one paved trail that covers 3.35 miles, making it easy to take in the beauty of the area whether you're pushing a pushchair, in a wheelchair, or just prefer the ease of a flat route.
Disc golf enthusiasts rent a camper near Quail Ridge Park every year to try their luck on the green. Within the park is a large, 18-hole disc golf course. The course is great for those that are just beginning to experience the sport and want to have a laugh with friends and family, while more seasoned gamers also make use of the facilities here. To add to the fun, the 2.5-acre off-leash dog park allows your furry friend to join in the adventure and has been a well know site for pet enthusiasts for many years.
The park makes for the perfect place for a picnic with friends and family thanks to the large group picnic area. There is also a three-acre lake within the park boundaries, which not only makes a scenic spot to have a bite to eat but is also a popular fishing haunt. Those that choose to go motorhome camping here have a chance of catching bass, bluegill, catfish, and various other fish species.
There are plenty of places to set up camp in the surrounding area of Quail Ridge Park when renting an RV, with options for a range of camping experiences. One of the most popular campgrounds around the area includes St Peters 370 Lakeside Park. The park is located on a scenic 140-acre lake and offers peace and seclusion just a short distance away from a cart of shops and restaurants. There are 75 full-service RV sites available, all of which provide 20, 30, and 50 amp service.
Another good nearby site when camping with an RV is Cherokee Lakes Campground. This family-owned and operated campground offers a relaxing camping experience, with plenty of pull-thru RV sites available. Water, electric, and sewer hook-ups are available at all sites. Additional amenities include a dump station, restrooms and shower facilities, a coin laundromat, and a fitness center.
There are plenty of local attractions to help keep you entertained during your visit to the city of St Louis, such as the St Louis Zoo, ideal for animal lovers big and small. The zoo has been split into various sections, so on your visit, you can step into the River Edge, where animals from across six continents are showcased, or the Discovery Corner, which is perfect if you are traveling with children. The Wild is home to some of the more exotic animals, such as polar bears and gorillas.
The St Louis Science Center is a great rainy-day activity. With over 750 exhibits in a space that covers 300,000 square feet, there is plenty to see. Even if you were to spend a whole day here, you likely would not have even touched the surface of what is on display in this collection of buildings. The focus is on hands-on learning, with life-sized animated models of dinosaurs and fossils, an explorer lab, an area where you can learn about space and lots more.
When you are looking for a little adrenaline rush, then you can't get much better than the St Louis Six Flags Theme Park. It is one of the most well-known theme park companies in the world, and you certainly won't be disappointed with the huge range of rides on offer. There are some serious thrill rides, with rollercoasters that you won't find anywhere else, as well as a number of small rides that are better suited for families. In the resort, there is also plenty of live entertainment, places to grab a bite to eat, and sideshows where you may be able to win a prize.