5 Parks near Perryville, Missouri
Perryville, Missouri (map) | (573) 547-8303
Sites: 80 | Latest Rate: $33.00 | 36 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $33.00
We have a Randy McNally RV GPS and a Garmin, neither could find this park. Stopped and asked, drove by it twice and finally found it on the third try. It was dark by the time we arrived and there are no lights at the entrance to enable you to see it. An old KOA sign that has been taken down and not replaced with anything. Stayed two nights, only got sporadic internet, very poor TV reception, possibly because it was cloudy. Spoke to the owner when we left about trying to find, didn't seem concerned. - Kitch
Aug 2015 - $41.00
We stayed there one night. This is an old KOA park that has become a Yogi Bear park. Not set up for big rigs. Connections are primitive. First site we had one water spigot for two sites no splitter. Sewer was under the neighbor's truck???? We moved to a different site and the electrical was very loose. This is probably a fifty year old KOA that very little upgrade was done. We didn't know it was a Yogi Bear, they are way overpriced and geared for families with kids.
For. - Nancy1070
Jul 2015 - $41.00
This has recently become a Jellystone park, and it is an excellent family destination. Our first site was in full sun after we had requested shade. The second site was so uneven that only a RV with jacks should be assigned, and the water had to be fixed before we could use it. Showers were clean and in general the amenities were more than adequate. We would stop overnight, but would try to get a better site. - Yeager
Jun 2008 - $16.00
Though short on amenities, we liked this spot. There is water available by hydrant for general area. Pitt toilets. An old cemetery is on the grounds, and there is a great view over the Miss. River Valley. On the weekend it was used by quite a few families. - User424
Apr 2016 - $21.00
Although small, Hawn is one of my favorite parks. It is especially nice for families since it is small and not a lot of traffic. The playground is close to any site in the back loop and the kids wade and play in the creek which runs behind many of the sites. During the summer weekends, the rangers often hold educational and craft sessions for the children. Site 13 is particularly nice for families since it is roomy, in view of the playground and backs up to the creek. The restrooms are newer and feature the unisex showers which are convenient for families. Instead of stalls there are individual rooms about 6 feet by 6 feet and are really nice when showering toddlers and other small children. The park is quiet overall. People with children do seem to get up early though. - skeeter417
Oct 2010 - $21.00
This is one of Missouri's many fine state parks. Beautiful tall pine trees throughout, very clean and well maintained. We stayed in the first section, its small, but peaceful, the other area is much larger. We love it here. - jstrom
Jun 2009 - $19.00
The road to the campground in Hawn State Park is blacktop and at times, very steep. The campsites are concrete and level. Sites 1 through 9 are not big rig friendly. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring, and a post for a lantern. There is an amphitheater with weekend programs and a playground. 26 of the 45 sites offer 30 amp electric, the others are basic sites. There are an additional 5 sites that are for walk-in tent camping. Most of the sites are shady so if you want to use a satellite dish there are only a few that would be suitable. The campground is down in a valley so with the new digital TV stations we couldn’t get any television reception at all. We also couldn’t get a cell phone signal at the campground but driving to the top of the ridge where the dump station is located we could make cell phone calls. A few of the sites back up to the very small Pickle Creek which is great for kids to play in. There is no potable water at the dump station so you have to drive into the campground to fill your fresh water tank at one of the few water spigots spaced out amount the sites. The park has a small laundry and a pay phone available. The showers and bathrooms were clean. If you reserve a site online through the state’s website there is an charge of $8.50 per site in addition to the daily rate of $19 for electric sites. - Oakman
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This is a very nice State Park campground. Our site had electric but no water or sewer hookups. There was a dump station at the entrance of the Park.
While we stayed at the campground passing through, it is a good distance from the highway on somewhat narrow roads from certain directions. Still, it was worth the drive as it is a very pleasant campground and area.
Bathrooms were clean and there are spacious, individual rooms for the showers.
There was no wifi but we had 3G signal with Verizon.
We would not hesitate to stay here again. - Mountainseeker
Aug 2011 - $21.00
Nice state park campground. Sites are spacious. Not your place if you want to be plugged into the world. No problems sending text messages from the campsite; cell coverage was very spotty in the campground. There is no Wi-Fi. There are several hiking trails. - User2076
Jul 2010 - $21.00
Clean little campground in the hills. Electric hookups in excellent condition. Each of the two sections has a community water spigot, but there are none for individual sites. Has a peaceful forest setting, a playground and a beautiful little stream runs beside both sections. Campground fills up quickly on weekends, but was almost empty on the Sunday night we stayed here. - telecommuting camper
Jul 2015 - $15.00
This may be the hidden gem you are looking for. Very neat and clean, the manager was very friendly and helpful. Quiet,and peaceful looking out over a large pond. I expected to see deer at any moment. Sites are back-in .Located on highway 34. I only gave it an eight because it did not have 50 amp which we needed on 95 degree day and was 12 miles off the interstate. We stayed one night. - Al & Joan
Aug 2011 - $10.00
Little Ole Opry Campground is our favorite campground in the Jackson,Missouri, area because it is close to our grand daughters. The owner is a good ole country boy (farmer) that loves to visit with all the campers. My wife and I have been coming to the campground for 6 or 7 years. The campground is really kept clean and mowed by the camp host. I recommend this campground for a night, week, month or longer for just the beauty of the lake (good fishing at no extra cost except your bait). - fulltimejimcat
Sep 2010 - $10.00
Stayed here for 2 months, and it was very relaxing. Fishing is available on lake. Owner is real friendly. On Saturday night they have country music in the Opry House at the entrance. No Wi-Fi or cell phone service at this time but it will be available by spring. Great get away to fish & relax. Other campers were great! At $10 a night you can't beat it. All sites are back-in under the trees so shade is no problem. - pmack