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Perfect Your Social-Distancing Skills At These St. Louis-Area RV Resorts

Hit the open road and rediscover nature on an RV adventure around St. Louis.

With the warm temps finally upon us, Americans are more than ever looking to get out and explore. While COVID-19 has changed the way we'll be traveling for the forseeable future, there's one way you can sate your need to wander while easily social distancing: take an RV trip! Point your navigation to these St. Louis-area RV resorts. 

Cahokia RV Parque

Near the UNESCO World Heritage Cahokia Mounds State Heritage Site lies the aptly-named Cahokia RV Parque. The AAA-approved RV park is a short drive to downtown St. Louis; shuttle service is available, and a Metrolink stop is nearby. Enjoy a relaxed family atmosphere with free WiFi, onsite laundry and more. 

Cherokee Lakes Campground

The serene Cherokee Lakes Campground sits on three lakes and offers a relaxing setting for those looking to immerse themselves in nature. It's located in O'Fallon, about 40 minutes from St. Louis. 

Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park

Its name may be a mouthful, but you'll have nothing but good things to say after a stay at Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park. There are myriad hiking, biking and equestrian trails, and the park is known for its architecture.  

Katy Trail Missouri
Many Missouri RV parks are near access points to the Katy Trail. (©marekuliasz/Shutterstock)

Meramac State Park

Visitors to Meramac State Park will find it a nature lovers dream. Hiking, swimming and boating are popular activities here, at the park on the banks of the Meramac River. Fisher Cave is also on site.

Pin Oak Creek RV Park

Pin Oak Creek RV Park was honored with the "Large Park of the Year" award by the Missouri Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds in 2018. It has full hookups that are both level and shaded, a swimming pool and a fishing lake.

Rustic Acres Campground

Avid fisherman will love the two lakes stocked with catfish, bass, bluegills and crappies at Rustic Acres Campground. An hour from St. Louis, it also has horseshoe pits, children's playgrounds, basketball courts and more. 

St. Louis RV Park

Downtown's St. Louis RV Park is within 10 minutes of the city's best-loved attractions (verify which are open before you go). It has full-service pull-through spots in 50 and 30 amps, a pool and is open year-round.

St. Louis KOA Campground Route 66
St. Louis' KOA Campground is just off Historic Route 66. (©BigAlBaloo/Shutterstock)

St. Louis West/Historic Route 66 KOA Campground

After you get your kicks, kick back and enjoy the amenities at the St. Louis West/Historic Route 66 KOA Campground. There's ping pong, basketball courts, a heated pool and a jumping pillow. You can even pan for gems and minerals. 

Sundermeier RV Park

Located in historic St. Charles, Sundermeier RV Park has something that everyone can enjoy. Stroll the historic streets, hike or bike the Katy Trail or visit the city park. Wine country is also nearby.

370 Lakeside RV Park

Located on a 140-acre lake, St. Peters' 370 Lakeside RV Park offers gorgeous views and beautiful sunsets. Both bicycle and watercraft rentals are available.