Want to camp or lodge at a Missouri State Park? Nature waits outside your door when you spend the night in a Missouri state park. Opportunities for walking, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming and many other outdoor activities.
Lodging: thirteen Missouri state parks offer lodging facilities ranging from modern hotel rooms to rustic outpost cabins.
Camping: forty Missouri state parks and historic sites offer almost 3,600 campsites that range from secluded walk-in sites to sites with hookups for water, sewer and electrical service.
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Missouri State Parks laws and regulations. Pets must be kept on leashes no longer than 10 feet and under control at all times. Pets, other than service dogs used by persons with disabilities, are not allowed inside any state park or historic building, in public swimming areas and beaches, in waters reserved for fishing or in certain limited areas. Pet waste bags are available in most locations and should be used for clean up.
Missouri State Parks pet rules. Responsible pet owners and their pets are welcome in Missouri state parks. Following a few simple rules ensures that you, your pet and other park visitors enjoy the outing. The rules apply to all types of pets except service animals assisting people with disabilities.