Autumn is here and so are the colors! This is a great time of year to head out in your new or used RV to enjoy everything fall has to offer: cool nights, gorgeous foliage, and a hot cup of coffee around the campfire on a chilly, foggy morning. And while certain regions of the country are renowned for their amazing fall colors, you can take a trip around your own state to enjoy the best of what autumn has to offer. Here are five great places to camp in Missouri this fall.
Lake Wappapello is an ideal state park for nature lovers! Load up your cargo in your toy hauler, because you’ll definitely want to enjoy early mornings out on the lake in your kayak as the sun comes up. There are also tons of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Need to plan a family reunion? The modern campground has it covered. Get more info here.
Roaring River State Park
Roaring River State Park is an incredibly popular camping spot in Missouri for families! There are just a few parks in the state stocked with rainbow trout, so bait your hook and cast a line! For the hikers in the family, there are seven trails for your enjoyment. Learn more about your camping options here.
Thousand Hills State Park
Thousand Hills State Park is one place you won’t want to miss. Forest Lake gives you plenty of fishing and boating opportunities, and is a stunning backdrop while you go mountain biking or on a nature hike with the family. Thousand Hills State Park has two campgrounds, which you can learn about here.
Lewis & Clark State Park
Fall is an amazing time to visit Lewis & Clark State Park if you’re a bird watcher! They discovered a lake full of geese during their expedition, and today Lewis & Clark Lake is named for that discovery. This lake is still a popular spot for bird watchers and nature photographers today, as it hosts geese, great blue herons, swans, and snow egrets. Make your camping reservations here.
Graham Cave State Park
Graham Cave State Park is definitely a happy place for the history buff in the family! Step back in time and explore your way through ancient history, learning about the inhabitants of the area thousands of years in the past. With almost 400 scenic acres in the park, you’ll definitely have plenty to see. Contact the campground here.
Missouri has plenty of beautiful fall camping destinations, and the America’s Byways map can provide you with a beautifully scenic route to get there. We’re ready to help you hit the road, so if you need to schedule some RV service before setting out, we’re just a phone call away. Contact us today!