RV Parks in St. Louis

RV Parks in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, is considered the gateway to the American West, and is symbolized by the St. Louis Arch, a recognizable city landmark. For outdoor enthusiasts, the surrounding area has several state and local parks for hiking, biking, boating, fishing, and visiting historical sites. In addition, the Mississippi River flows near St. Louis, and is the border between Missouri and Illinois.

St. Louis RV Park

In downtown St. Louis, the St. Louis RV Park has full hook-up campsites that can accommodate pull-through recreational vehicles. Other amenities include restrooms, showers, swimming pool, a convenience store with RV supplies, a meeting room, and car rental services.

St. Louis RV Park
900 North Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63106
(800) 878-3330

Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center

Northwest of downtown St. Louis is the Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center. The park has 106 sites that have concrete pads, with 39 pull-through sites for recreational vehicles. The sites have electrical hook-ups, telephone and Internet services, water and sewer, and cable TV. Sundermeier RV Park also has restroom and laundry facilities, an event room and club room, car rentals, picnic tables, photocopy and fax services, propane, and RV supplies for sale. The park even has its own restaurant on the property.

Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center
111 Transit Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
(800) 929-0832

Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park

Also west of St. Louis is Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park, which has 75 campsites available, with 51 sites that have electricity hook-ups for RVs. There are restrooms, a shower house, dump station, telephones, an amphitheater, vault toilets, and handicap-accessible facilities. There is an outdoor education center in the park that has summer camps for children with disabilities.

Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park
800 Guy Park Drive
Wildwood, MO 63005
(636) 458-3813

Lewis and Clark State Park

Another state park that offers camping is Lewis and Clark State Park, which is on the Mississippi River. North of the city and next to the Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, the park has 70 campsites, 63 of which have electrical services for recreational vehicles. The park also has restroom facilities and a shower house, vault toilets, a dump station, dumpsters for trash, a laundry facility, and water. There are also handicap-accessible facilities.

Lewis and Clark State Park
801 Lake Crest Boulevard
Rushville, MO 64484
(816) 579-5564

Article Written By Bill Sassani

Bill Sassani started writing in 2007, contributing to several online publications. He is also the author of "A Backpacker's Guide to Philmont." Sassani holds a B.A. in history from Penn State University and an M.A. in outdoor education from the University of Northern Colorado.

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