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We have 15 housekeeping cabins with fully equipped kitchens. Cabins are 200 feet from the water's edge. We have a full-service marina and boat rentals. Open March-October. Reservations are taken after Jan. 1.
Our cabins are located on a narrow point between Wappapello Lake and the Chaonia Cove. All are completely furnished with linens, full-sized stove and fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee pot, pots and pans, dishes and a charcoal grill.
We are located on southeast Missouri's beautiful Lake Wappapello. Our full-service resort offers a variety of fun and amenities to serve all of your vacationing needs, including, among other activities: fishing and pontoon boat rentals; boat ramps; bait; convenience store; camp sites, with primitive and electric; cabin rentals; a giant 22-foot Indian statue with observation deck; hiking; and boating.
Our store offers everything from simple food items to fishing and outdoor gear. Grab some ice for your cooler, sodas and snacks, and you are ready for the lake. Live bait such as crickets, worms and minnows available.
This park offers camper cabins and housekeeping cabins that sleep 10. The housekeeping cabins include: kitchenette, refrigerator, electric cooktop and oven, pots and pans, coffeemaker, toaster, microwave; TV/DVD player. The camper cabins have electricity, heating and cooling. Each cabin has a dining table, ceiling fan, compact refrigerator and microwave/toaster oven; no water or restrooms in the camper cabins.
Exterior amenities include a porch bench, picnic table, pedestal grill and campfire grill. The park borders Lake Wappapello, providing fishing and a swimming beach. Hiking, backpacking, equestrian and mountain biking trails and picnicking highlight the park. Located 16 miles north of Poplar Bluff on Route 67; 8 miles east on Route 172. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Eighteen rustic cabins with fireplace; kitchen; full bathroom; heating and A/C; outside grill; fire pit and picnic table. Available April to October.
The park, named for a former Missouri governor, dates to the 1920s. It encompasses 5,323 acres of the St. Francois Mountains. It features trails, canoeing, a nature center and picnicking in a scenic setting.
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