Meramac Caverns Natural Campground

  • Address: River, House Springs, MO 63051, USA, United States
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Outdoors, Camp, Family And Kids

Meramac Caverns Natural Campground - Review

This clean and well-maintained campground is a visual treat to everyone coming here to find some relaxation. If you enjoy camping, you can plan a trip to this beautiful campground with your friends. The place is full of all the amenities anybody needs while camping. There is a camp store, restrooms, shower houses, and a playground. You can also engage in various activities here such as rafting and boating. If you don’t like camping, you can also stay in one of the motels near the park and come here every day to experience the nature at its best. There are some wonderful caves near the park. You can plan a tour to these. The park surrounding has some great family restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious meal.

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Meramac Caverns Natural Campground, House Springs Reviews

  • Caverns are spectacular. Light and sound show was pure USA kitsch but still fun. Went midweek in October so it was quiet which gave more time to enjoy the experience.

  • $23.16 after tax for the 55 minute tour. Definitely worth it. 58 degrees inside, but you're walking so I was comfortable in shorts & short sleeve shirt - but I'm from Seattle where 58 is warm. I am claustrophobic but had no problems. Floor is flat cement and well maintained. I wore boots but most others wore running shoes & had no problems. I would wear boots again as there are some slopes & a couple places where floor is damp. I would encoruage you NOT to look at mine or other's pictures- just believe it's worth it and experience it for the first time in person. (Think: Grand Canyon. Better to see it for the first time in person)

  • Our full hookup site was not worth it. Our site was in the parkinglot. Could barely see the water from our site bc of the brush. Our site was 2 parking spaces with a picnic table to share with our neighbors. Our other view was of the store. Much nicer spots available with only water in the grass ...with fire rings and water access. Don't pay for full hookups unless you don't mind a parking lot pad. Definitely a nice place just horrible set up for those who want full hookups

  • We hit this place on our way back to the Midwest after traveling across country. We went to Seaworld and the beach and Disneyland. These caverns were my kids favorite part of the trip. It ranked next to Seaworld for a couple of them. You've got to be kidding me. Do you know how much Disneyland cost? I have 4 kids ages 4 to 17. They all loved it here. We plan to come back in the future and maybe raft the river and zipline. We literally only saw the caverns and still this ranked on top. The staff was also super friendly. In fact, I've been telling everyone that I've never spent time in MO, but I was surprised at how friendly everyone was. It was an unscripted kindness. Thanks for impressing my children after a long drive

  • went down there for the weekend it was beautiful the weather is nice little chilly at night but we just kept the campfire going it's they have a really helpful staff and there's a ton of things to do down there as you can see from the photos that I'll post they have zipline you can go in the cave you can canoe or raft take a tour of the cave they have a really nice restaurant to eat in or you can just enjoy your time at the campsite there or go down by the Meramec River we had a great time and we'll go back

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