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Not a happy camper. No one at little office on site anymore. Store is closed You have to call casino for the code to get into park and make reservations before you can even drive into park. They don't take ANY discount or club cards!!!!!.

Too expensive for a parking lot with hookups One good amenity, free rides to casino. Pro: closest camp ground to Down town St Louis, with in walking distance to metro train stop. It is a glorified parking lot, but the intent is for you to enjoy casino, not "camp".

The is 24 hour security in a van patrolling the camp ground and casino grounds. They will shuttle you across big lot if needed. Not a great part of town, but grounds are pretty safe. Things to be aware of: a reservation does not guarantee a site. The driveway into camp ground, by office, has a huge dip.

There is evidence of many campers dragging, and if you have a motorhome, the twisting of your wind shield will make you hold your breath. The north side of campground is the old side. Was difficult getting to the RV park since there was a lot of construction in Saint Louis, but we made it work.

Question: I have read about the high crime rate in East St. Did any of the campers feel unsafe while staying at this RV park? Asked by Papie 9 Reviews 7 Photos 8 Tips. Easy to get to, nicely spaced spots, great wi-fi, security makes regular patrols. Casino has very good buffet. Easy access to St Louis and all it has to offer. Nice view of the arch. Only drawback, and it was much more than most parks, was the constant and close by train traffic.

All day and all night long. My wife is a heavy sleeper and it didn't bother her, but I am I am a light sleeper and it was too much for me. We've stayed here twice but I would try and find somewhere else next time. The park is unattended but security from the casino drives through multiple times during the day and night. Access code is required for entry which is sent by email before arrival but we had to call to get it as did other campers I talked to.

There is no dog park but the entire property is bounded by a wide strip of grass and trees which gave our large dog plenty of area to explore. A heavily used train track and nearby highway generate some noise that may bother those sensitive to that. The skyline of St Louis is your view and sunset over the Arch can be stunning. Long asphalt which should be level, but not spot Took 3 levelers just to get it somewhat level. Nice clean park with gate code to enter. Train track around back side of park, but not noticeable during night.

Most casino RV parks are more reasonably priced. Very convenient campground for visiting St Louis which is just across the river from the campground. You can see the Arch from the campground. Campground is part of and adjacent to Casino Queen, a moderate sized casino avoid the buffet! Reservations are made on line and campground is unstaffed except for occasional security drive throughs.

You get an email within your site number and security gate access code to enter. Roads are paved and wide, pads are level and paved. Space between sites is Ok width except it is gravel. There is no picnic table or fire ring, except in a common area.

There is grass that borders the campground. All sites are pull throughs. The side of the campground for bigger rigs has no trees. Wifi was sporadic. The sewer connection is at the rear of the site requiring three hose lengths. There is no cable. Verizon cell signal is very weak.

There is constant loud road and railroad noise. Campground is basically a big parking lot. About half the sites have a tree. Hookups are conveniently located and work as expected. Wifi works good for a campground. There was a cable jack at my site, but there is no cable service. It's located just over the river from the Gateway Arch NP. About 2 miles away. We didn't go into the casino. I would stay here again if in the area.

Tip for Other Campers: For burgers, try Stackers. It's maybe 15 miles away, but unique and very good. We stayed here because it was close to kids living in the area. Very easy place to get to, very secure area. Went to casino last day here and had a blast. Where we was parked, the free internet was weak and cell coverage was weak also. This could be where I was parked though.

Over all was good place to stay. Tip for Other Campers: We did a beer breweries tours and tasting at the many of the local micro breweries. There is no staff available at the RV park building; reservations must be made online and a 5-digit access code sent via e-mail with confirmation is required to enter.

Sites are level and hookups are fine, but utilities are all to the back of the site. Security vans take you to the casino. Tip for Other Campers: Shuttle service available to the casino. Close to MetroLink for visiting St. Gateway Arch is across the river.

Cahokia Mounds historical area is 10 miles away in Illinois. This is a very large RV park close to downtown St. Sites well laid out with some shade and space between sites. The hookups were conveniently located at the site and worked well. The security guards will pick you up at your site and take you to the casino. Security guards patrol the park and a gate code is required to access the RV park, bathrooms and laundry. A free shuttle runs between the casino and St.

Louis Cardinals and Blues games. The park was a little inconvenient to reach coming from the Southwest on I44 but worth it if you want to stay in a secure location close to the Arch and downtown. We would definitely stay here again. Tip for Other Campers: Great place to stay for a Cardinals game. Park your RV, take the shuttle and avoid the ridiculous cost of parking near the stadium.

We were a bit unsure about booking this spot as we had heard it wasn't in the best area. Sites are very basic and close together. There was a train in close proximity so if you're a light sleeper this may not be a great place for you.

However, we found our experience to be absolutely fine. While we wouldn't recommend venturing off the beaten path in East ST. In fact, we saw security personnel in the park virtually every hour. The RV park is definitely no frills and has zero staff onsite.

It was clean, easily accessible, and provided what we needed for our three night stay. As an added bonus a free round trip shuttle service is provided to all Cardinals home games! First things first, after making your reservation you will not have contact with another employee. All communication including the gate code and your site will come via email. We had to assist several people who had difficulty getting in because they expected a live person to greet them.

Also, there are 2 sides to the park; left side-VERY small shaded spots. Right side- larger, open spots. Overall, a good spot if only for a short stay. Nice long concrete pads. Restrooms used codes but both my wife and I usually had trouble getting the restroom doors open for whatever reason. Great location for visiting downtown St. Louis and convenient to the interstate highway.

Security guards were very helpful with advise about getting around. Tip for Other Campers: Rail station is nearby. Get off at first stop for the arch and there is another stop across the street from the baseball stadium. If you wave down a security guard they will give you a ride from the RV area to the casino or drop you off by the rail station.

We stayed for three nights. Pretty basic, no grass, no picnic table, strong WiFi. It's close to railroad tracks, so night noises seem pretty loud. Site was a tad unlevel, but doable. Getting to the campground from St. Louis was horrendous, thank goodness for our GPS. We did have nice neighbors. Seems to be a popular spot. Didn't go to the casino. We used this campground as a 1 night stop over on our way to Yellowstone NP. The site was a level, paved pull through that was long enough to leave my rig hooked together for the night.

The campground is next door to a Casino. But is fenced and gated with a security patrol that makes a round once every 15 minutes or so. We felt very safe during our brief stay. It is located directly across the river from the St Louis Arch with made great backdrop for our brief stay see attached photo. Note: Check-in is self service, they will send you a gate code get in the park 3 days prior to your arrival.

Just remember check for the email prior to leaving home. Their shuttle services are great!! Traveling full-time in a foot coach we have stayed in over RV Parks, we stayed here for two-nights during August

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The zoo has no entrance fee and ample free parking outside the pay parking lot area. You have to make a reservation online via the zoo's website, but they have thousands of available reservations each day. During the week you will have little problem getting a reservation with short notice. Not far from the zoo is Jeni's Splendid ice cream shop.

By far the best ice cream I have ever had. We made a pilgrimage every evening to Jeni's. Ice cream and waffle cones are made fresh inhouse. The ice cream is very rich and a single scoop will satisfy most appetites.

Date of stay: July Trip type: Traveled with family. Shanae L wrote a review Jan Jacksonville, Florida 13 contributions. Girl's just wanna have fun. Date of stay: June Trip type: Traveled with friends. Helpful Share. I wasn't expecting much when I knew I was coming to a casino that had around slots that's not very many but I was pleasantly surprised.

They made the casino feel pretty big and they had plenty of good games to play. I found the customer service to be average. People were friendly enough. It was a Saturday night so they were going to be busy and I found the casino to be very clean. They offer free drinks which is always a plus. The slots were nice to me and I came out just a little ahead. I would definitely recommend stopping by this smaller casino in the st. It has an absolute beautiful view of the city itself and the facility is actually really nice.

Surprised me. Looking forward to going back. Date of stay: January Location. Sacramento, California 81 contributions 66 helpful votes. Do not eat the food from the Casino. Traveling full-time in a foot coach we have stayed in over RV Parks, we stayed here for two-nights during August We give this park a 5-star rating for having level paved sites.

Sites were of average size and space, definitely not over-sized. For some users such as ourselves, WIFI is an important feature and was one of the reasons for our stay here. We were told both by email and phone that each site had a good wifi signal.

The wifi in and around our site was just about non-existent. We were in direct sight of two wifi towers, but still couldn't get a decent connection, even at am. Other guests we spoke with also had the same non-existent wifi experience. We know enough not to count on a good signal over the weekends, but during the weekday there is no excuse.

There were no trees in the line-of-sight, and the distance was not a factor. This park receives 0-stars for their non-existent WIFI. If you stay away from the sites with the tall trees to the south you should receive reception here. No off-leash fenced dog area. You would be better off eating something off the ground! Date of stay: October Previous Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 … Flora, Illinois 2 contributions. Answer from DandyDon Aug Ronni S asked a question May Answer from Sherill K.

Jul There is NO pool in the RV park. Meredithshandi asked a question Apr Answer from CindyT Apr I never went to the pool and I'm not sure about the sports bar closing. Germantown, Tennessee 54 contributions 13 helpful votes.

Feb I recommend the creme of broccoli soup there. Previous Next 1 2. Robert C wrote a tip Oct Edinburg, Texas contributions helpful votes. Michael N wrote a tip Jun Windsor, Colorado 62 contributions 9 helpful votes. Mark K wrote a tip May Boothbay, Maine 43 contributions 5 helpful votes. DandyDon21 wrote a tip May Woodstock, Georgia contributions 65 helpful votes. Durham, North Carolina 2 contributions 1 helpful vote. Not the right property for you? See all properties. Is This Your Tripadvisor Listing?

Claim Your Listing. Nearby attractions include The Gateway Arch 0. Convenient to Saint Louis. Was difficult getting to the RV park since there was a lot of construction in Saint Louis, but we made it work. Question: I have read about the high crime rate in East St. Did any of the campers feel unsafe while staying at this RV park? Asked by Papie 9 Reviews 7 Photos 8 Tips.

Easy to get to, nicely spaced spots, great wi-fi, security makes regular patrols. Casino has very good buffet. Easy access to St Louis and all it has to offer. Nice view of the arch. Only drawback, and it was much more than most parks, was the constant and close by train traffic. All day and all night long. My wife is a heavy sleeper and it didn't bother her, but I am I am a light sleeper and it was too much for me. We've stayed here twice but I would try and find somewhere else next time. The park is unattended but security from the casino drives through multiple times during the day and night.

Access code is required for entry which is sent by email before arrival but we had to call to get it as did other campers I talked to. There is no dog park but the entire property is bounded by a wide strip of grass and trees which gave our large dog plenty of area to explore. A heavily used train track and nearby highway generate some noise that may bother those sensitive to that.

The skyline of St Louis is your view and sunset over the Arch can be stunning. Long asphalt which should be level, but not spot Took 3 levelers just to get it somewhat level. Nice clean park with gate code to enter. Train track around back side of park, but not noticeable during night.

Most casino RV parks are more reasonably priced. Very convenient campground for visiting St Louis which is just across the river from the campground. You can see the Arch from the campground. Campground is part of and adjacent to Casino Queen, a moderate sized casino avoid the buffet!

Reservations are made on line and campground is unstaffed except for occasional security drive throughs. You get an email within your site number and security gate access code to enter. Roads are paved and wide, pads are level and paved. Space between sites is Ok width except it is gravel. There is no picnic table or fire ring, except in a common area.

There is grass that borders the campground. All sites are pull throughs. The side of the campground for bigger rigs has no trees. Wifi was sporadic. The sewer connection is at the rear of the site requiring three hose lengths. There is no cable. Verizon cell signal is very weak. There is constant loud road and railroad noise. Campground is basically a big parking lot. About half the sites have a tree. Hookups are conveniently located and work as expected.

Wifi works good for a campground. There was a cable jack at my site, but there is no cable service. It's located just over the river from the Gateway Arch NP. About 2 miles away. We didn't go into the casino. I would stay here again if in the area.

Tip for Other Campers: For burgers, try Stackers. It's maybe 15 miles away, but unique and very good. We stayed here because it was close to kids living in the area. Very easy place to get to, very secure area. Went to casino last day here and had a blast. Where we was parked, the free internet was weak and cell coverage was weak also. This could be where I was parked though. Over all was good place to stay. Tip for Other Campers: We did a beer breweries tours and tasting at the many of the local micro breweries.

There is no staff available at the RV park building; reservations must be made online and a 5-digit access code sent via e-mail with confirmation is required to enter. Sites are level and hookups are fine, but utilities are all to the back of the site.

Security vans take you to the casino. Tip for Other Campers: Shuttle service available to the casino. Close to MetroLink for visiting St. Gateway Arch is across the river. Cahokia Mounds historical area is 10 miles away in Illinois. This is a very large RV park close to downtown St. Sites well laid out with some shade and space between sites. The hookups were conveniently located at the site and worked well. The security guards will pick you up at your site and take you to the casino.

Security guards patrol the park and a gate code is required to access the RV park, bathrooms and laundry. A free shuttle runs between the casino and St. Louis Cardinals and Blues games. The park was a little inconvenient to reach coming from the Southwest on I44 but worth it if you want to stay in a secure location close to the Arch and downtown.

We would definitely stay here again. Tip for Other Campers: Great place to stay for a Cardinals game. Park your RV, take the shuttle and avoid the ridiculous cost of parking near the stadium. We were a bit unsure about booking this spot as we had heard it wasn't in the best area. Sites are very basic and close together. There was a train in close proximity so if you're a light sleeper this may not be a great place for you.

However, we found our experience to be absolutely fine. While we wouldn't recommend venturing off the beaten path in East ST. In fact, we saw security personnel in the park virtually every hour. The RV park is definitely no frills and has zero staff onsite.

It was clean, easily accessible, and provided what we needed for our three night stay. As an added bonus a free round trip shuttle service is provided to all Cardinals home games! First things first, after making your reservation you will not have contact with another employee. All communication including the gate code and your site will come via email. We had to assist several people who had difficulty getting in because they expected a live person to greet them. Also, there are 2 sides to the park; left side-VERY small shaded spots.

Right side- larger, open spots. Overall, a good spot if only for a short stay. Nice long concrete pads. Restrooms used codes but both my wife and I usually had trouble getting the restroom doors open for whatever reason. Great location for visiting downtown St. Louis and convenient to the interstate highway. Security guards were very helpful with advise about getting around.

Tip for Other Campers: Rail station is nearby. Get off at first stop for the arch and there is another stop across the street from the baseball stadium. If you wave down a security guard they will give you a ride from the RV area to the casino or drop you off by the rail station.

We stayed for three nights. Pretty basic, no grass, no picnic table, strong WiFi. It's close to railroad tracks, so night noises seem pretty loud. Site was a tad unlevel, but doable. Getting to the campground from St. Louis was horrendous, thank goodness for our GPS. We did have nice neighbors. Seems to be a popular spot. Didn't go to the casino.

We used this campground as a 1 night stop over on our way to Yellowstone NP. The site was a level, paved pull through that was long enough to leave my rig hooked together for the night. The campground is next door to a Casino. But is fenced and gated with a security patrol that makes a round once every 15 minutes or so. We felt very safe during our brief stay. It is located directly across the river from the St Louis Arch with made great backdrop for our brief stay see attached photo.

Note: Check-in is self service, they will send you a gate code get in the park 3 days prior to your arrival. Just remember check for the email prior to leaving home. Their shuttle services are great!!