Arrow Rock State Park, Arrow Rock, Missouri

We stopped here on our journey towards St. Louis, Missouri, as it was easily accessed from the interstate and it offered historical district. The campground is located less than a mile from the historic district and can be accessed via paved road or a dirt walking path. We opted to ride our bikes from camp into the historical area, and though hilly, can be done. The historical district is a quaint region of old homes and shops that were built over a century ago. Shops are open, as well as the oldest continuously run restaurant west of the Mississippi, J. Huston Tavern. A renovated church serves as a live theater where you can view some of the most popular plays. Be sure to also explore the Visitor's Center where you will learn about the interesting history of this Boone's Lick country. When you head back to camp,
you will find several shaded, spacious loops. Most sites are nicely paved, level, offer hookups and fire pits. A small loop of a dozen sites are primitive. Half of these sites are first come, first served sites. All sites here are just lovely. Friendly camp hosts will help you with anything you need during your stay, including how to get into town.

Best Sites: 13-47
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Electric & Water
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes