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Camping in St. Louis, Missouri (MO) RV parks and Campgrounds- Locating your campsite
Http://www.campinginstlouis.com Hi, I’m Mason, and I love visiting campgrounds,
RV parks and paintball fields throughout the midwest. I currently live in the St. Louis,
Missouri area but I enjoy traveling whenever I can. I've learned a few things that others
tell me has helped them get the most out of there camping trips and adventures and I hope
my thoughts can help you.
I help lots of people all year with questions about camping, one question that many people
fail to ask, is how do I find my campsite once I am in your camppark.
Your asking yourself why is this important to know. When you are pulling into a campground
after a long drive with three kids screaming "are we there yet", the last thing you want
to do is take 20 minutes driving around trying to find your campsite.
There are several different ways campground employees will use to help you find your campsite.
Some campgrounds will just point out the door in the general direction and say there you
go. Many RV parks will have a site map showing the roads and sites and they will be able
to give you those maps. Some of the more customer service friendly campgrounds in the area will
actually escort you to your campsite. Giving you this personal escort can save time and
frustration to you and your family, and will assure that you make it into the correct campsite.
What if you are in a campground that does not escort you to your site, and low and behold
about 20 minutes after you have just finished setting up and getting ready to go have fun
with the kids, someone comes around telling you that you are in the wrong campsite, and
the one that you are in has been reserved by someone else and you are going to have
to move. Talk about a bad start to the weekend.
If you or someone you know is looking for the perfect camping park, campsites, RV park
or paintball fields, then I invite you to visit YouTube.com/campingstl for additional
tips and ideas that can make it the best experience ever.
I’ve also got a gift for you that I think can help you avoid a forgetful moment that
could ruin your camping trip before it ever gets started. Me and my staff developed a
checklist of the essential items you are likely to need before you go camping. If you go to
www.campinginstlouis.com, you can request a copy of the “Disaster or delight-Must
Have Items” checklist. It’s free and I hope it helps. If you’re ever in the St.
Louis area or have questions even though you’re not, feel free to call some of my friends
over at Pin Oak Creek RV Park and Paintball they are great folks and can be reached at