Meramac Caverns Natural Campground
- Address: River, House Springs, MO 63051, USA, United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Outdoors, Camp, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest
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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Too much fun every time we visit even if it rains. The sites are a little close but the river is perfect, the cave is unique, the zip line is exxillerating. I love the way it celebrates the finest the U.S.A. has to offer.
We really enjoy camping here. We love caving as well and this is a great cavern.. however we went to 4 caverns this year all equal or bigger and didnt pay more then 12 a person. Meramec caverns will make your debit card smoke I dont advise bringing your family unless you have big $ to spend
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)
Mediocre campground, conveniently located (walking distance) to meramec caverns. Meramec caverns tour was expensive, but enjoyable with family and little kids. Camping right alongside meramec river was very nice. Campsites each have a little covered picnic area, which was nice since it rained on and off when we were there.