Meramec State Park Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMeramec State Park Campground Sullivan
This is a large campground in a Missouri State Park along the Meramec River. The campground is flat with some trees, many sites have electricity. It is very quiet on a September Sunday evening, less than 10% occupied. But it was totally full this past week, lots of family gatherings and large groups together, fairly noisy until 11:00 pm. There is one shower house with inadequate showers and toilets when campground is full.
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