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Wallace State Park, Cameron

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4.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • Went camping here this past weekend. Very well kept park with primative camping, camping spots with electricity and camping spots with both electricity and water, as well as R/V hookups! They also hav...  read more »
  • Wallace state park in Cameron MO is a beautiful and involved place to visit. With bbq'ing, hiking, and fishing there is plenty to do with their day use areas. If you plan or want to be there longer, t...  read more »
  • We needed an overnight while on the road and stumbled upon this state park. Camped just one night but they had the nicest camp hosts i have ever met. The bathhouse was impeccably clean as was the whol...  read more »
  • Great State Park! Very nice campsites, we particularly like the loop of basic tent sites. We have all enjoyed the electric sites in loop 2. The park is well kept and has no to date and clean bathhouses. Also we have enjoyed the trails and pond there too. They have an amphitheater and shelter house. Good play grounds for kids.
  • One of our favorite Missouri State Parks near Kansas City. Loop 1 is best for tenting and small trailers since it has lots of trees and mostly sloped back-in spots. The main bath house is very nice and clean. Great spot for getting away from the city to see the stars on clear summer nights.
  • We loved this park! There are no full hook-ups, but a dump is located near the bathhouse. There are only a few hose bibs, so plan on coming with water. We were lucky in that our site was close enough to a hose bib to run our hose over to our rig to top off the tank. We were the only folks in Campground 4 for a day and a half - that was awesome. However, the paved pads and grass sites are spacious, so even when the park filled up on the weekend it was still very peaceful. Some of the sites have sheltered picnic tables with a convenient shelf above the table. There was one outhouse with two separate toilets. The inside walls of the woman's toilet were a real mess, but the dugout area is vented by fans and there was no odor. A full-service bath with flush toilets, sinks and showers is available near the entrance to the camping area of the park. The entrance road has a few twists and turns, but negotiating them at the posted speed limit in a 40' motorhome with a tow was not a problem. It appears that most all sites are located in grassy areas with large trees throughout. Even so, we were able to acquire satellite reception. There is no Wi-Fi. There are a number of trails and plenty of space for walking dogs. There is a small lake and day use area.
  • Hate this park but handy to meet others off I-35, nasty lake with geese poop everywhere, nice facilities for camping, Missouri is more interested in conservation than recreation.
  • The best camping in the area. Nice amenities, close to town if you need something and great camping spots.
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