The campsites in this park are really crammed together. I did notice about 3 sites that would afford some privacy, so go early if you crave solitude. There is some lovely scenery in this park. Fisher Cave is stunning, but bring your own flashlight. The ones they provide are, well, crap. 3 out of 4 in our group had our lights go dead before we were halfway through the tour. There are several short hikes, all of which are very nice. Tons of wildlife, too, including many pesky skunks and raccoons that don''t seem to have any fear of people. The Meramec River has some nice bluffs, and if you float it, you''ll go right by Green Cave, which has the largest entrance I think in this country. It sounds more impressive than it really is, but there is a spring that runs through it, and you can go quite a ways back if you don''t mind the icy water. I recommend the hiking here, especially if you enjoy caves, but I suggest finding a different campground. I found the employees here were all very surly and seemed to be unhappy about having to deal with the public. Because of this, and because of the high amount of litter in and around the park, I''d say this is the worst state park I''ve ever been to. Which is very sad, considering it has such amazing scenery.