November 17, 2018 - reviewed by Vic the Stick
Overnight Needs Fulfilled
Snow hit the day before we arrived. Framed by cabins, this modest sized campsite sits just south of StLouis so good if you have things you need to do in town. Just a little hard to manipulate inside, larger sites available on the ends of the rows. Husb says bathroomsclean and modern., nice people.
September 20, 2018 - reviewed by WB9PRG
Very Helpful !
I pulled in here on January 8, 2017.
I had a new class c rv that was still winterized.
Arriving here, it was 39 degrees out.
The staff was fantastic!
I got de-winterized and everything was great !
I went to Arizona for the winter...
Thank you !
August 28, 2018 - reviewed by Zuteduff
Finishing a 5 night stay while visiting family in the STL area . They have a lot for kids to do, excellent dog park, and a extreme clean pool area. If you need to go to six flags, this is close to the entrance, along with fuel, walmart and other place to see and do..
May 28, 2018 - reviewed by Steve Roundtree
Good Campground -Loud Trains
Nice campground. Good facilities. Lots of things for the kids to do. We have family in STL and use the campground many times a year as a home base for visits. There is a very active train track nearby that always wakes me up in the night.
July 20, 2017 - reviewed by Davina
One Night Stay
Stopped in here for one night stay while traveling with my family from Indiana to Arizona. This KOA is very nice! Great general store and friendly service.
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Bob
Had A Good Time
We stayed for 7 nights in July 2016 and found this campground one of the best for us. We were camping with our daughter and 2 grandsons. The boys loved the pool and scooter/bikes that they had here. We were able to visit family in northwest and south county with ease with easy access to hwy 44. You even get one admission to the Six Flags with your site although that may be a limited thing. Looking forward to seeing the new premium sites when we come back.
October 25, 2016 - reviewed by Harold
Very nice place, although most KOA's are nice.
January 6, 2016 - reviewed by Mary O
We stayed here on Dec 4, 2015 after purchasing our first RV in St Louis and wanted to spend a night nearby to make sure we wouldn't have any issues. We arrived after dark and didn't have a chance to experience the park to its fullest, but we did walk it the next morning and were impressed with the condition of the property. There are several cabins and the owners are making a lot of improvements in and around them. The manager had a guy take us to our site who then helped us hook up to the electric, since we'd never done that. The pad a bit up level, but I think had we backed up a bit, it would have taken care of it. We didn't hear road noise. Can't comment on wifi since we didn't use it. Manager was friendly and recommended a couple restaurants in Eureka. There are a few full-timers on the edges and a cool old cemetery next to the property. Would stay here again.