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St. Louis West/Historic Route 66 KOA

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This is picturesque camping as it was meant to be - with lots of trees, a babbling creek, fireflies and a campfire (with s'mores!) Under a starlit sky. Located on Historic Route 66, this beautiful KOA is less than 1 mile from Six Flags St. Louis. It's less than 30 minutes from other St. Louis attractions, including the Gateway Arch, Forest Park, Missouri Botanical Garden, Museum of Transportation, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Grant's Farm and riverboat rides on the Mississippi. Meramec Caverns, Purina Farms and wine country are also nearby. New this year: Geming mining station, fun cycle bikes, Full-time Director of Fun, activities/amenities. Groups enjoy the renovated pavilion and new air-conditioned meeting space. Railroad buffs can stay in the newly renovated red caboose.
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We have stayed here twice now on our travel from West Virginia to destinations out west and have marked this as one of our favorite KOA Holidays. It location is perfect for an overnight stop or for a visit to the area. The Six Flags amusement park is just minutes away and there are restaurants, shopping and fuel stops convenient for RVs right around the corner yet far enough away to make it feel like you’re camping. The grounds are well kept and the spots are plenty big enough for the biggest rig, unlike some of the other Holidays we have stayed at. They have LP onsite and a variety of things to do such as swimming, bike rentals, bingo etc. The camp store is very nice, clean and well stocked with necessities and souvenirs. I found the staff to be extremely friendly and helpful. Although we didn’t stay in them we toured the deluxe cabins and they were also very well kept up, clean and spacious. They also have a train caboose that you can rent for an over night stay. They only down side that I can report is that the cable connection on our site was poor but we spent most of our time outside so it didn’t make difference in our stay. There is WiFi throughout the grounds so that was helpful with our research and planning for the next days drive. The price of a full hook up site is more than you will pay at a state park but for us it was worth it for the location. We are considering coming back another time and visiting the area for a longer amount of time.
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One of the prettiest KOA's we have stayed in during our travels. Excellent staff and plenty of amenities. Lots of trees and pull through sites are nice. Trains did not bother us at night. Actually nice to hear trains again as we don't have them around us at home. One note of caution; When leaving the campground be very careful of cross traffic on old US Highway Route 66 as it is very busy with local traffic both morning and evening. Can be difficult to exit with large RV towing.
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Convenient park. Six Flags park nearby. Lots of train noise and traffic noise. Had A/C on so don’t hear much of the noise however trains rumbled the ground. Just be aware , this is not a quiet place. They also have cabins to rent. The WIFI was no good. Could connect to the WIFI but could not use it. Roads are mostly paved with some gravel. No problem getting in or out.
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I am not a KOA fan, I'm not a private campground fan at all, unfortunately sometimes it is necessary to stay at them. We stayed 3 days at this KOA and it was okay. Obviously being a KOA it was on the pricey side and they had nothing to offer out of the ordinary. The campground itself was okay, some sections had larger sites and were a bit more private other sites were basically right next to each other. Cabins were literally backed up to a cemetary. You were literally looking at headstones while sitting at your picnic table. The laundry room could have been better, cleaned up a little more etc. It's about 30 miles outside of downtown St. Louis so it wasn't all that convenient, although there was easy access to the highway. The big draw I see is that it is literally right down the street from 6 Flags and that accounts for rates and it popularity.
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A scenic KOA with all of the great amenities right off I44 and across the street from Six Flags. The downside to the park is the noise from the roads and the trains that run just across the street all night long. Even with a noise maker, the sound and shaking of our coach woke us up multiple times every night. The sites are gravel with grass between the sites. The grass quickly turns into mud with the rains that are normal in the spring and early summer. The park has a pool, which is open seasonally, playground, inflated jumpy, bike rentals, horse shoe pit and reasonable restroom, showers and laundry. The park had working wifi that only slowed down during peak times. We will definitely stay elsewhere the next time we are in the area because of the trains.
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