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Address: 900 State Park Drive, Robertsville, MO 63072
Phone Number: 636-257-3788
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The Meramec River and Calvey Creek bound Roberstville State Park, creating...

The Meramec River and Calvey Creek bound Roberstville State Park, creating unlimited outdoor opportunities. Boat launches and easy water access make fishing and boating along the peaceful Meramec easy. The park's landscape includes scenic bluffs along the river, and a patchwork of hardwood forests, rich river bottomlands, and clearings that date to when the park was a working farm in the early 1900s. Waterfowl lovers love Robertsville for the diversity of birds that use the park’s waters, and families love Robertsville’s quiet campgrounds and picnic areas.

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Clean, Quiet and Safe!

Been to the park several times. It has RV space and places you can just pitch a tent up. Lots are big and spacious. Bathroom, shower house and dump place for R.V's. The camp... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed June 29, 2016
Sheri C
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 29, 2016 via mobile

Been to the park several times. It has RV space and places you can just pitch a tent up. Lots are big and spacious. Bathroom, shower house and dump place for R.V's. The camp grounds are safe and patrolled. Has a playground and three places for picnics. Pretty place to walk and ride a bike. Families are a regular at... More 

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed April 16, 2016

We are originally from this area and used to camp at this park. We recently visited the area and stopped by for a walk with our dog. The campground is very small and there is no way our for our 45' motor home to fit in any of the sites. We used to have trouble parking our 36' motor home.... More 

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Thank Patty E
Columbia, Missouri
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 4, 2016

We visited the park on a chilly early March weekday. We saw 4 other visitors and one park employee. We explored as much as we could, driving the roads, touring the campground, walking trails, checking out the playground/picnic area, cruising the boat ramp area, even driving the road to Shiloh cemetery. All the while, we were looking for birds and... More 

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O'Fallon, Missouri
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 11, 2015

We spent a couple nights at the campground in a tent this past weekend. The park is very well maintained. The bath house was very clean. This is what I would call a small state park. Limited number of camp sites, and limited activities. The state park is on the Meramec River, but there isn't any access for fishing from... More 

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2 Thank HawkeyeSTL
Greenfield,IN
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 31, 2015

We were looking for an RV camp sight along Highway 66 in Missouri, wanted something close to the exit and cheap, only wanted to pull in, have electric and pull out early. State parks are less used in winter months, there was only one other camper. Most of the sights are gravel and had a grade would have been difficult... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 29, 2013

Robertsville State Park was once part of a plantation. It's easy to step off the trails and find yourself in real Ozark Mountain forests, yet it's small enough that you won't get lost. Best, there's excellent roads and parking.

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1 Thank Lilymae71
Kansas City, Missouri
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed July 9, 2013

We stayed 2 nights here. Not super impressed with the lots for rv's. We had to wedge a 40 ft motorhome into an acute angled narrow treed lot....good times. Could barely use our slides. Lots of bites. Showers were nice. We were so close to the next lot, we could here them talking and slamming car doors at 5:00am. Not... More 

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Saint Louis, Missouri
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 20, 2012

Robertsville has a nice, secluded campground. Facilities (bathrooms, water access) were good, about average for the MO state park system, which in my opinion is better than average nationwide. During our trip we experienced a wiring fault in our pop up trailer, which I initially thought may have been the result of a faulty electrical connection at the camp site.... More 

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Washington, Missouri
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed July 6, 2012

When I visited the park, I was warned by locals not to wander off any of the paths due to some folks whose property bordered the park, who were territorial. Didn't matter if I was within the park boundaries, and that made the whole experience kinda creepy. I don't live too terribly far from this location and I am aware... More 

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Saint James, Missouri
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 1, 2012

Robertsville State Park, near the Meramec River, is a site containing remains of giant Mastodons. Exhibits give detailed descriptions of these massive animals.

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