As usual, the
two RV Gypsies did not spend any time exploring the campground, because
most of their time was spent in St. Louis, Missouri. But here are a
Check out time was 11 A.M., which is standard at most KOA's. A late
check out until 2 P.M. may be available for an additional $10. No wood
fires allowed in Madison County, Illinois. Clotheslines, hanging anything
to the tree, patio rugs, stick spikes in the ground and running a generator
in the park are things that are also NOT allowed. TV channels came in
OK. The campground had coded Wi-Fi but the two RV Gypsies used their
own Wi-Fi. There was a pool and playground which the two RV Gypsies
did not use even though it was very hot outside. There was nothing special
about this campground.
In the event of severe weather warning by siren, local TV or radio
announcement, it was recommend that campground guests to to the bathrooms
located behind the Registration Office. It is the only building on the
campground that has internal cinder block walls.
Nearby area attractions include The Gateway Arch, Busch Brewery tour,
Grant Farm, St. Louis Zoo, botanical gardens, Cahokia Mounds, Lewis
& Clark State Historic Site, St. Louis Science Center, Argosy Casino,
and Gateway Raceway. The two RV Gypsies were on a time limit because
they had a reservation for RV repairs in Forest City, Iowa.