The following flyer information is handed out at Missourui State
Missouri Sate Park Camping Rules
(as proposed for code of State Regulations)
Welcome to our campground. The following rules are designed to help you
enjoy your stay. Campground rules have been modified this season to assist you
when you arrive and during your stay. If you do not understand the rules or need
assistance, please contact any of the park staff or the campground hosts located
in the campground.
- Please find an unoccupied site before you set up camp.
- These facilities are for recreational camping only.
- Camp only in designated campsites.
- Only one electrical user is allowed per improved site.
- All vehicle and trailers must be on paved roads; no parking is permitted
on the grass or along roadways. The physical design capacity of the site may
not be exceeded.
- The maximum number of people per campsite is six. Larger groups may be
permitted on a single site only if they cannot be reasonable divided. Please
check the exemptions before you set up camp.
- All sites are on first-come, first-served basis, except those marked "Reserved."
Reserved sites may not be occupied without approval of the campground
- Camping fees and collection procedures for this park are posted at several
- Camping is limited to 15 days in any 30 consecutive-day period.
- Check out time is 3 p.m.
- A camper may hold one other site for another camper expected to arrive
before 3 a.m. The fee for this site must be paid and the permit posted.
- Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. All visitors must leave by 10 p.m.
- The use of electrical insect-killing devices is prohibited.
- Campsites designed for the disabled may be occupied by non-disabled
campers only with permission of the campground attendant.
- No personal property may be left unattended longer than 24 hours.
- Campfires are the responsibility of the camper and are restricted to pits
or grills provided.
- Pets must be under control and on a leash no longer than 10 feet at all
- Please protect your campground environment by not hanging lanterns in
trees, collecting firewood, trenching around tents, littering, or
discharging sewage or gray water on the ground.
Thank you and enjoy your visit.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
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