RV Parks in Owensville, Missouri

RV Parks in Owensville, Missouri
Surrounded by hills and woods, Owensville, Missouri draws residents of St. Louis--about two hours to the east--who are looking for a day or weekend trip away from the city. Numerous fishing, hiking and camping options exist with 45 minutes, making RV parks in the Owensville area a central base of operations for visitors. Owensville has four parks within the city: Memorial, Buschmann City Square, Luster and Winter Park.

Ladybug RV Park & Campground

Ladybug RV Park & Campground has 30 RV sites with full hookups featuring 30/50-amp service. Guests can enjoy the park's amenities which include swimming pool, pavilion, propane tank refills and playground. Activities on site include hiking, cycling and fishing. Within 15 miles are two conservation areas, two wildlife areas and the Mark Twain National Forest.

Ladybug RV Park & Campground
355 Hwy F
Cuba, Missouri 65453
(573) 885-3622

Tea Lakes Wildlife Conservation Area

Tea Lakes is a 216-acre park with 20 primitive campsites. RV campers can enjoy the lake view sites this wildlife preserve and conservation area offers. The campsites have fire rings, picnic benches and a seasonal shower house. The area has seven lakes and pond, the largest of which spans 28 acres. Campers can enjoy activities on-site such as hiking, fishing, bicycling and wildlife viewing. The fishing lakes and ponds are stocked with bass, crappie, catfish and bluegill.

Tea Lakes
3762 Highway T
Rosebud, MO 63091-1821
(573) 437-5563‎

Lost Valley Lake Resort

Lost Valley Lake Resort offers campers two large fishing lakes (50 and 75 acres) as well as three fishing ponds stocked with perch, bluegill, catfish, bass and crappie. An on-site boathouse is equipped with paddle-boats, canoes and windsurfers. In addition to lake activities, horseback riding, hiking and bicycling are available. The full-hookup (50-amp) sites include pull-through sites and big-rig access.

Lost Valley Lake Resort
2334 Hwy ZZ
Owensville, MO 65066
(800) 747-8907

Article Written By Rona Aquino

Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.

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