A stone cabin built by the Civilian Conservation Corps Make Missouri State Parks Your Home Away From Home

Nature waits outside your door when you spend the night in a Missouri state park. Opportunities for hiking, fishing, boating, swimming and many other outdoor activities are just steps away.

Sixteen Missouri state parks offer lodging facilities ranging from modern hotel rooms to rustic Outpost cabins. Rent a cozy cabin for two or one that will accommodate your entire family.

Missouri State Parks With Lodging Facilities

State Park Telephone: Number and Type of Units
Sam A. Baker State Park 573-856-4524 19 Cabins
Bennett Spring State Park 417-532-4307 3 Cabins
22 Motel Rooms
40 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Big Lake State Park 877-422-6766 8 Premium Camper Cabins
Echo Bluff State Park 844-322-3246 9 Cabins
20 Lodge Rooms
Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park 877-422-6766 6 Camper Cabins
(Campground Loop 2 Map)
Lake of the Ozarks State Park 877-422-6766 8 Outpost Cabins
2 Yurts
Lake Wappapello State Park 888-543-2490 9 Cabins
4 Camper Cabins
Meramec State Park 573-468-6519 11 Cabins
22 Motel Rooms
8 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Montauk State Park 573-548-2434 6 Cabins
18 Motel Rooms
24 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Pomme de Terre State Park 417-852-1031

3 Yurts
1 Lake House
4 Camper Cabins
1 Marina Cabin

Roaring River State Park 417-847-2330 10 Cabins
26 Motel Rooms
16 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Stockton State Park 417-276-5329 7 Camper Cabins
9 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Table Rock State Park 877-422-6766 1 Premium Yurt
Thousand Hills State Park 660-665-7119 14 Other Lodging (duplexes, etc.)
Mark Twain State Park 877-422-6766 6 Camper Cabins
(Puma Campground Map)
Washington State Park 636-586-2995 11 Cabins

General Lodging Information

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any lodging unit.
  • All 16 parks offer lodging facilities that are accessible to people with disabilities.
  • Pricing varies by park. Major credit cards are accepted at all facilities. A major credit card is required to check in for incidentals and as a damage deposit. Please check with each facility about their specific lodging policies.
  • Lodging is available seasonally at most parks, while a few offer accommodations year-round.
  • A two- or three-night minimum stay may apply.
  • Pets, other than service dogs used by people with disabilities, are not allowed in state park buildings. Dogs are are allowed in certain lodging units included in the Cabins for Canines program.
  • Guests must be at least 18 years of age to make a reservation.
  • For safety reasons, all lodging units have occupancy limits that are strictly enforced.

Lodging Options

A rustic Outpost cabin under shade trees at Lake of the Ozarks State ParkCabins

Cabin sizes and amenities vary at each park. Some cabins include a kitchen area with cookware and utensils provided. Linens are sometimes also provided. Some cabins also offer additional amenities, which vary by park. Most have an outdoor picnic table and grill.

Outpost Cabins

The Outpost cabins at Lake of the Ozarks State Park are in a secluded setting and do not have water. A centralized showerhouse is available year-round. Each cabin sleeps six (no linens) and has a table, a wood-burning stove, electricity, heating, air conditioning, a picnic table and a grill.

Interior of cabin showing stove, futon, table and loftPremium Camper Cabins

The premium camper cabins at Big Lake State Park accommodate up to four adults and two children/youth. They include drive-up parking, a kitchen, bathroom with shower, one bedroom, loft area, heating and cooling. Kitchen amenities include a four-burner electric stove and oven, compact refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, pots and pans, cooking utensils, silverware and dishes for six, and trash cans and trash bags. Guests must bring their own towels, linens, sleeping bags, coffee and filters, and toiletries.

Interior of a camper cabin with futon and tableCamper Cabins

Camper cabins are located in the campground at four state parks. The camper cabins have electricity and feature air conditioning and heat. They accommodate up to four adults and two children/youth. Guests must bring their own bedding. All camper cabins offer an outdoor picnic table and grill. There is no water available in the camper cabins, but guests have access to the campground showerhouse, which is open seasonally from April through October. A vault toilet is available from November through March. Year-round restroom facilities are available at Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park.

Other Lodging

Typically a duplex-type unit, other options vary in size, but most have a kitchenette and living room area. Some feature connecting rooms. Amenities vary by park.

Motel Rooms

Room amenities vary by park.

Exterior of a yurtYurt

A yurt is a circular structure with a fabric cover, much like a tent, and a wood frame making it strong and weathertight. A log futon and futon bunk bed sleep five with a maximum occupancy of six. The yurts include heat and electricity. Linens are not provided. A picnic table, pedestal grill and fire ring are provided. Guests have access to the campground showerhouse, which is open seasonally from April through October. A vault toilet is available from November through March.

Premium Yurt

The premium yurt at Table Rock State Park provides an alternative camping experience for up to six people. It includes a kitchen, bathroom with tub/shower, two bedrooms, kitchen, heating and cooling.

Lake House

The lake house at Pomme de Terre State Park includes drive-up parking, a kitchen, a full bathroom, three bedrooms, heating and cooling, TV (local channels), ceiling fans, and a washer and dryer. Bed linens are provided, as are towels in the bathroom. Kitchen amenities include a gas range, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, sink, dining table with seating for six, pots and pans, table service for six, coffee pot, toaster, and microwave.