Fall is a great time to experience Missouri, and Missouri state parks and historic sites remain open to welcome visitors to all its facilities, including campgrounds.
All Missouri State Parks facilities, including 40 campgrounds, remain fully operational. Campgrounds offer a variety of amenities ranging from basic campsites for tent campers to campsites with sewer/electric/water hookups for today’s recreational vehicles. Campgrounds offer hot showers, laundry facilities, dump stations and other amenities. Campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis or can be reserved in advance here.
With 87 state parks and historic sites around the state, there is one within easy reach for fishing, hiking, boating or picnicking. You can also experience Missouri’s history with tours of homes of famous Missourians, Civil War battlefields, gristmills and covered bridges. See more activities here to help you plan your trip.
Missouri State Parks also has numerous programs and special events planned. These include fishing derbies, craft and fall festivals, interpretive programs and walks, cave tours, and fall color tours. To find out more about special events and programs, click here.
Remember you are always welcome in Missouri State Parks! Not sure which Missouri parks and historic sites are in your area? Find a park here.