Forty-one state parks and historic sites offer more than 3,600 campsites that range from secluded walk-in sites to sites with hookups for water, sewer and electrical service.Campgrounds are close to the action yet far enough away for you to enjoy the great outdoors.This also helps reduce the impact on the natural resources and aids with noise control.By following current pet rules, a positive impression will be left for all pet owners and will ensure that this privilege continues.It’s November first, or as we like to call it Movember first. To do our part in protecting our guys’ precious parts we’ve launched Movember gifts today!
Missouri State Parks makes it easy to plan and enjoy that memorable camping trip whether you are in a tent or an 80-foot camping trailer.
Missouri State Parks has adopted the program's seven principles, which are: (1) plan ahead and prepare; (2) travel and camp on durable surfaces; (3) dispose of waste properly; (4) leave what you find; (5) minimize campfire impacts; (6) respect wildlife; (7) be considerate of other visitors.
Please practice these principles during your camping stay.
Citizens who are 65 years of age or older, persons with disabilities and Military (retired, veteran and active duty military personnel) are entitled to a reduced camping rate.
An official document certifying proof of age, disability or proper military status must be presented upon check-in.
Most campgrounds offer first-come, first-served campsites or you can reserve a site in advance by taking advantage of the centralized reservation system. It's up to you to create the memories of that perfect camping trip.