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16 RV Parks near Saint John, Missouri
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Saint John. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Saint John in the left hand column.
Sites: 28 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 16 Reviews
Nov 2019 - $35.00
We stayed here for our grandsons graduation from basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. The campground is not a resort as the name would suggest, it has no pool or other amenities you would find at a true RV resort. It is right on interstate I 44 do you get somr noise. But all in all it is a nice place for overnight or a few days to attend a graduation at the fort. - Traveling Fool
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Small older campground with mainly just the basics but what it is lacking in amenities is more than made up for by the owners. They went over & above to help me when I had a problem with my RV. They are working hard everyday to improve the park. Owners very friendly, knowledgeable & helpful about directions & things to do locally. Very clean! Will definitely stay there again next yr when I go back for granddaughters AIT graduation! - Jeanie7134
Mar 2019 - $30.00
This park is a mix of seasonal and overnight campers. It is a tired, older park that the new owners have been working to fix up. The park is very close to the exit, but obviously results in road noise from the interstate. The campground roads are a dirt/gravel combination that tend to get muddy when it rains. We would stay here again, as the park is convenient and the owner was very nice. - scottw
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Small campground and the owners themselves checked us in. The park was very clean. The pool is a hike up a hill but you can drive there. They have a couple tent spots right next to the river. - JuliaKF
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a campground not a RV resort. It would be ok to stay for a couple of days if you enjoy camping and it has not been raining. Rain makes the area very soggy. The hosts are very pleasant and helpful.
The 1.3 mile road used to access the campground is extremely narrow and very steep. It goes down to the river so when you leave the campground it is a steady climb out.
There are several low hanging branches, both in the campground and on the road, that make it impossible to move any vehicle with height, such as a 5th wheel or a motor home, without dragging branches.
IMO, this is not suitable for an overnight stop nor is it big-rig friendly. I would not stay here again. - davebennington
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Stayed here in a back up space close to restrooms. The only issue was the road getting there was very narrow and damaged, also the gravel roads in park need some help as well. The staff there are all very kind. - eagle94
Oct 2014 - $125.00
We are full time Army and RV'ers. We found this little gem of a park that is totally unadvertised through word of mouth.The address is 22883 Savannah Lane, Waynesville, MO 65583. It has 15 sites that are for long term people. Mostly military and contractors. The monthly rate is $125.00 per month and includes trash, sewer and water. You have to pay for your own electric through the local power company. You also can have cable/internet set up through Centurylink. The campground is a no frills place but it is quiet and has a rural feel which we enjoy. They also have storage units on site if you need extra space and will rent you a unit at a discount if you rent one of the lots. The park has gravel pads that are mostly even and it is a nice thick layer of gravel. Each lot backs up to a large grassy area so you have a spot to sit out under the trees. The lots are wide so we are able to put out our awnings with no problems. I would not recommend this park for anyone who is overnighting but it is perfect for us as we will be here all winter and possibly longer. - njwashington
Apr 2017 - $29.00
Conveniently located near town. Quiet. Plenty of space. There is cellular coverage for AT&T. No OTA TV available. - Ken Camp
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Be sure to call the City of Waynesville before you plan on staying at this campground. The campground has been evacuated several times this season due to flooding, and is still closed as of 7/15/2015.
RVPR ADMIN NOTE: The campground is still open, but the shower house facility is temporarily closed. - Cameo2010
Jul 2012 - $25.00
This park was miserable. I was looking for a long-term stay and ended up only staying 2 nights. Camp was noisy and headlights coming through at all hours of the night. Impossible to relax or get sleep. They claimed to have shaded sites, but that was a lie. The facilities were not maintained well, and the staff was rude and didn't seem to care at all. Don't go here! - soldier1
May 2015 - $1.00
This is a pure dry camping park; there are no services. Also no cell service. The park is in a wooded area next to the Big Piney River. Although there are no fees (I had to put $1 in here, to satisfy the computer), you must check in at Outdoor Activities first to get a pass. The park is very pretty, especially the riverfront sites, and there is no noise except the sound of the river, the trees, and birds and the crickets. I didn't see it written anywhere, but because there were at least a dozen people camping there, and no one was using a generator, I presume they are not allowed at this location. If you like rustic, you will love this park. - KAP99
Sites: 15 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 7 Reviews
Oct 2018 - $32.00
This was exactly what I was expecting and what I wanted. In the middle of St Robert, right off Highway 44. Concrete roads, gravel pad with 50 amp water and sewer. No cable but good over the air reception. - JeffK
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This tiny group of RV pads is behind the Motel 6 in St Robert, MO. We needed to be in town early one morning so decided to try out this park. There are 15 concrete pads in all; they advertise 12 being available; 5 are pull-through, the rest are back-in. All are claimed to be 65 feet long. Our 35-footer easily fit. There was room for slide-outs but not much left over if two RVs put out their slides next to each other. Some of the 15 may not have workable pedestals. We hooked up and were happy with that and did not try to exploit anything else, but supposedly the laundry and ice available in the motel are available to RVers too. The advertised WiFi was non-existent in the RV area. No table, firepit. The pool was drained. There was only a small trash can and the people before us left their trash in bags at our site, but overall it seemed okay. Getting to the park and navigating was fairly easy. The Motel 6 office people were mostly clueless but still helpful in getting the site paid for. These pads are right next to Interstate-44, so it was a bit noisy but not terrible. Generally speaking, if you're just looking for a place to park your RV in/near St Robert MO with full-hookups, but don't need anything else, this place is adequate. - RobtL
Mar 2017 - $35.00
Close to highway so it is noisy. Almost level concrete pads. Was wired for cable but was told there was no cable despite getting the cable listing channel. Asked for a discount and was declined. The price was the same despite being a Good Sam member. Don't bother with this place unless desperate. We planned on staying 35 miles East but couldn't get an answer on the phone. - Bwicks
Oct 2019 - $25.00
Stayed in space 157, which was lakeside. Needed a couple leveling blocks on back wheels. Windy and rainy while we were there, but park seemed to handle it OK. Site was Electric only, with H20 and Dump available in the CG. A few OTA channels came in and too many trees for Satellite. Cell phones worked ok for voice, but not data. During breaks in the rain, there were a lot of deer walking. Not able to take advantage of any of the hiking trails.... - Davishouse2
Jul 2019 - $25.00
Beautiful park near Osage Beach. Lots of trees but open space too. Camp store and laundry at the entrance and small store at the marina. Roads and sites are paved and mostly level. Older park built in 1946 so roads can be tight for large motorhomes and 5th wheels. Shoulder damage in many places so you have to pay attention when turning. Perimeter sites in Section 4 ok, but interior sites can be a challenge. Some sites have 50 amp power but none have water or sewer. Hose bibs scattered throughout. - hhendrix
Nov 2018 - $20.00
This park is located far off the main road. It is a large park with narrow roads that are in pretty bad condition. It would be difficult to navigate a large rig because of low hanging limbs. Most picnic tables and pads are in poor shape and slanted. Pit toilets throughout park and one large restroom with shower at entrance. No Verizon cell service in park. Only potable water available. If the entire park was occupied, it would be a zoo. Jets and helicopters wake you and bring you back to civilization at 6:30AM. Would not return due to numerous reasons as stated above. - Sugar Pie 1
Sep 2015 - $31.00
DO NOT GO HERE IN AN RV. We were told that they had Rv camping available. They explained that there would be no electric or water hook ups. They said they only had primitive camping sites. I assumed, at the very least, I could be in the shade, be close to the river and have a fire pit. When we arrived, we were lead to a field with no grill, no fire pit, no access to the river, and absolutely no shade. When I told an employee that I could not stay there and wanted my money refunded, he insulted me and forced me to drive down their terrible road to get my money back. - corndog
Aug 2009 - $41.00
WE DID NOT STAY HERE. The roads approaching the campground are unpaved, narrow, have large holes, and have significant overhead branches low enough to damage big rigs (including ours). Once you start down the road, there is no place to turn around. When it rains it is very muddy. This campground is suitable only for very small rigs and tents. The main reason to come here would be to rent canoes. - Ken and Lee
Sites: 12 | 0 Reviews
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Off the beaten path, this park is about 12 miles from the I-44 exit. It's located right on the Gasconade River across from the Mark Twain National Forest. Flat level sites, mostly back in. Good power, both 30 and 50 Amp. Good water pressure. Wonderful managers, they were fantastic. We were late in the season so not a lot of occupants. Wonderful clear sky and excellent stargazing. Fun to watch the bats flying after insects just at dusk. Phone and Wifi reception is very sketchy unless you're by the office. Our jetpack was able to get 2 bars of service for AT&T. Some of the sewer connections were a bit far from the parking site, so make sure you have additional hose, I used 25' - Rae & Mark
Nov 2016 - $31.00
The campground is approximately 8 miles out of Saint Robert, right out of FLW, on cty. rd. PP. the last 1/4 mile is rough gravel. The setting is picturesque, set about 60 acres of pasture land and part of the campground bordering Gasconade River. Our site, C1, was 50amp full hookup. Water pressure was pretty weak, wifi was okay with signal being stronger in our rig with full line of sight. They do have a repeater in sites on river with a stronger signal. AT&T signal was acceptable, my Verizon cell signal got 1 bar in some areas. My husband, who had occassion to talk with owners, found them to be friendly and accommodating. There were two bath/restrooms with the office/shower, laundry being one and a "rustic" shower/restrooms serving river sites. The bath houses were not very clean, granted we were there at the end of season. The weather was unseasonably warm and we were warned they could turn the water off if the temperature dropped too low. Flies were horrible, fishing was good, setting was gorgeous. - lissahope
May 2016 - $31.00
Offers fishing, canoes, tubing, John boat rentals, cabins, tent and RV spaces right on the river. Full hookup service at most sites, with laundry room. Wonderful owners who try hard to make your stay enjoyable! - patty ann on wheels