Monday, April 06, 2009

Camping at Mark Twain State Park

Nestled along the shoreline of Mark Twain Lake is one of Missouri’s oldest State parks- Mark Twain State Park. Just a short two-hour drive north of St. Louis, this park is a favorite of many campers. The park offers three campgrounds with basic and electric sites, camper cabins and a group camp. The lake is a stone’s throw away and is a fisherman and boaters paradise. The heavily wooded park provides refuge to several forms of wildlife including deer, raccoon, squirrels and several other animals. Camping in the late fall to early spring affords beautiful views of the lake from the Puma campground. The pads are gravel and mostly level yet spacious enough from your neighbor to allow privacy. The Corp of Engineers maintains the lake and offers miles and miles of non-commercialized and natural shoreline.
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