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Old 06-20-2018, 07:16 PM   #1
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Overnight off Rt.61 in Iowa/Missouri north of St. Louis

Heading north on Rt.61 coming out of St.Louis.Looking for an overnight on Rt.61 before heading to Iowa. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
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Some COE campgrounds, and a state park around Mark Twain Lake. Have heard of a private CG near Hannibal, but real close to RR tracks. IMHO, the town of Hannibal is worth a couple hrs, the lake area is good for the rest of a day.
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We were along that road earlier this week. We have stayed at Mark Twain Lake before, and it is a lovely place. It is a bit of a drive from 61 though, particularly if you have a bigger rig. The close route is very narrow and wiggly. Canít beat the price for anybody really, and seniors get 1/2 off. We first tried Cuivre State Park, but it was a bust. The road was overhung with low trees and lots of limbs stretching into the roadway from the side. We actually ended up at the Walmart in Hannibal. The campgrounds near Hannibal arenít the best, and that was a nice and quiet night in the parking lot. It was hotter than heck though, so our generator ran all night for AC. It didnít bother anyone, because the trucks and other RVs were doing the same thing!
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