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Old 05-22-2006, 07:11 PM   #1
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We have a 40 foot Itasca Horizon and are looking for a good RV Park in St. Louis, Missouri - or the suburbs. Any suggestions?

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We have a 40 foot Itasca Horizon and are looking for a good RV Park in St. Louis, Missouri - or the suburbs. Any suggestions?

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Hi, We are from the St Lou. area and do enjoy camping at Sam Babler State Park. Its in a burb of St Lou, called Chesterfield. Has leval concrete pads that are nice and deep.
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Sudermeirs is very nice and also expensive, Granite city KOA can take big rigs, NE St Louis, in Ill, Casino Queen at the arches has some big sites. We use the KOA as we visit in Floressant.
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November two years ago we stayed at "St. Louis RV Park" right in downtown . Our daughters at Wash U and we wanted to be close. Our rig is 36 feet and if I recall it was a bit tight, and was mostly closed up for the year. I talked to some RV'ers who were stay there when visiting for treatments at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The park is not pretty, all asphalt, but it worked for us.
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