1 Park near La Grange, Missouri
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Lots of open spots for us that night. We had the entire park practically by ourselves on a Monday night. We stayed here instead of the Mark Twain Cave Camping, Injun Joe camping or other sites in Monroe City or Hannibal - it is less expensive and had available spots. Helpful staff. Downside: old shower and bathroom facilities. There was barf in one of the men's shower stalls and the other didn't latch closed. Gross. Thank goodness we have a small shower in the RV the boys used. Women's shower and restrooms were old but usable. Tree frogs on the shower wall! Awesome / kinda gross. Park was wet from a heavy rain that morning and the woods were still flooded - it is 1/4 mi from the Mississippi River. That meant tons of mosquitoes. It was decent for a quick overnight stay, but we won't use it again. - BeeDee
Aug 2015 - $21.00
Nice state park. We stayed at Boulder Lake a 20 acre fishing lake. Tents, trailers, RVs, popups, and even a family in a horse trailer-no horses.
Stayed on a Friday night and had to pay for two days as the reservation system would not allow for a one night stay on the weekend. We called and tried to get one night but, not able even on the phone. Also had to pay a $8 reservation fee. It was like a local family park lots of kids and attentive parents. Very happy place. Fishing, bicycles, skooters and kids doing kid things on the playground with thier parents. After dark very quiet and the next morning all was quiet until way after daylight. I would go back. The rest room and shower facility shows it's age but really clean. Stayed on a handicap site, level, flat and, close to the water spigot. All other sites were gravel and not to level-bring big blocks. Most of the locals had 6x6 blocking and more. It is lakeside and everybody seemed prepared for a bit of a grade. - starcraft Travelers
Oct 2014 - $28.00
Wakonda State Park is located in Northeast MO next to U.S. Hwy 61 offering easy off, easy on access. The park has two campgrounds, Boulder Lake campground and Wakonda Lake campground and all sites have a fire ring and picnic table. The campsites on Boulder Lake are heavily treed, close together, electric only, and many require some leveling front to back. The Wakonda Lake campground has been upgraded to 9 full hookup campsites offering 50 amp service. The campsites are spacious and all 9 sites back up to the lake and have easy access to the lake. Both campgrounds have a clean shower house and a playground for children. The rate we paid was for a full hookup site. Electric only sites are $23 per night and basic sites are $13 per night. - Oakman