at Lake Wappapello State Park

people playing hillbilly golf in front of their camperLake Wappapello State Park offers basic and electric campsites. For a little extra space, try one of the park's family campsites.

You are now able to reserve your Missouri State Parks campsite up to 12 months in advance, expanding from the previous six-month window. To make a reservation or view campsites details, photos and availability, go to the reservation website by clicking the "Make a Reservation" link below and start planning your trip today. Reservations may also be made by calling toll free 877-ICampMO (877-422-6766). Printable campground maps are available for your reference by clicking on the "Map" links.

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Individual Campground Information


Available Dates

Showers/Water Available


Types of Sites

Asher Creek (Map) April 1-Oct. 31 April 1-Oct. 31 April 1-Oct. 31 Basic, Electric*

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Ridge (Map) Year-round** April 1-Oct. 31 April 1-Oct. 31 Electric*, Family

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*50-amp electric sites available.
**Campsites 37-47 are closed November through March.

Important Camping Information:
  • Reservable sites may be available on a walk-up registration basis if the site is not reserved. Before occupying a site, check with the park staff or follow the directions on the posted card.
  • Campground guests may purchase firewood and ice from the concessionaire.
  • Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.
  • Parking of watercraft or all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trailers off of the campsite pad (usually in the grass) is permitted at this facility.
  • Camping is limited to any 15 days within a 30-consecutive-day period at any one park or historic site.