Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks, Pheasant Acres RV Park and Campground is two miles from Maramec Spring Park with the 5th largest spring in Missouri and a beautiful trout stream. Also near river access for swimming on Woodson K. Woods Memorial Conservation area. PARV is a small family friendly park open year round and can also accomodate seasonal/extended stay RVers. Close to Route 66, Trail of Tears, caves, wineries, historical museums, golf course and of course three canoing/kayaking rivers: The Huzzah, Courtios, and Meramec.
Sitea are FHU with patio, picnic table and fire pit. Wifi is available, but due to location at times it is sketchy, or as we call it, Hillbilly Wifi. Due to heavy forest foliage satellite TV is not alway easy to tune in. And that's why we say, come on down to relax, fish, swim, play in the water and detox from technology.
PARV has been in operation for 40+ years and is known for its hospitality.
From I-44, take MO Hwy 8 East for 5.5 miles. Pheasant Acres RV Park in on the left at top of hill. Turn left past highway sign and come to back of house, where office is located. If Office is closed, there is a bulletin board next to office with information. I'm never far from the office, so call 314-303-5504 Cell if you need me.
Be nice, be kind, be clean, be courteous, be friendly, be helpful and by all means have a great time. Yes, we have the 'list' of rules like most places which we'll go over when you arrive.
3 Pets allowed with shots and rabies tag, always on leash. See webpage for rules regarding pets.
Starting at $29.75
We have 3 primitive tent camping sites with 20 amp electric and 24 RV sites wtih 50 amp, 30 amp FHU with patio, picnic table, fire pit, and 3 Popup sites with 30 amp, water and dump. Showers and Restrooms available. Ice and Wood sold.
Maramec Spring Park, trout part 2 miles from us
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