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Wallace State Park

10621 NE Highway 121, Cameron, MO 64429-9066
+1 816-632-3745
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Great Primative Camping Sites

What a great state park this is. What I was most pleased with was the campsites. We camped over the... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
jtaylor350z
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Kansas City, Missouri
Great Camping Park

This is a great little park to camp for a weekend. The hiking trails are all very well marked and... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
Lisa P
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Omaha, Nebraska
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Less than an hour from Kansas City, Wallace State Park is an island of serenity. Visitors can fish or swim in the park’s six-acre lake or hike one of four scenic trails with benches along the way for relaxing. Picnic sites that are shaded by trees are scattered throughout and the family-oriented campground includes modern restrooms, hot showers and hot water.
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“small lake” (4 reviews)
“poison ivy” (3 reviews)
“shower house” (3 reviews)
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10621 NE Highway 121, Cameron, MO 64429-9066
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

What a great state park this is. What I was most pleased with was the campsites. We camped over the weekend. The sites are well cared for, the tent pads are mulch and have drainage. Our site had a gravel drive. The privacy was great...More

1  Thank jtaylor350z
Reviewed 24 May 2017

This is a great little park to camp for a weekend. The hiking trails are all very well marked and maintained. However, be aware of poison ivy right along most of the trails. They can also be pretty muddy after a rain. We camped in...More

Thank Lisa P
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

We love going here. Mainly to swim in the small lake. We have also kayaked and fished here. Its just a great park to explore and enjoy nature. Easy to explore the whole place within a weekend

Thank Jennifer T
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Wallace is a great place to spend an afternoon fishing, picnicking, hiking, or a weekend camping. This park is one of Missouri's smaller parks but it is still very pretty. We walked the walking trail which was very scenic and peaceful. We haven't been camping...More

1  Thank Maggie2a
Reviewed 24 March 2017

We stopped here just to stretch our legs and found a pretty lake and lots of trails. Although we only walked by the lake, the children did take advantage of the playground. The whole park is among beautiful trees and is quiet. There was also...More

Thank grandma80401
Reviewed 11 March 2017

If you love trees, this is the best campground around. Most campsites have great screening for privacy between sites. The camp hosts were very accommodating, and the shower house was really clean. We'll definitely be back!

1  Thank Laura B
Reviewed 3 December 2016

Several trails are available for a walking pleasure. Most can trails ( maybe 5) are blazed without distraction from other visitors.

Thank Medea B
Reviewed 11 November 2016

Easy to get to. Nice nature trails,and shelter houses. you can do campfires. Short distance from stores and food.

Thank John R
Reviewed 28 October 2016

4 of us went on our annual camp out and tried Wallace State Park this year. We are elderly ladies, camping in a tent. We bring no children and don't really require a lot. Wallace Park was very clean easily accessible from the highway with...More

2  Thank Clarisa M
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Went camping here this past weekend. Very well kept park with primative camping, camping spots with electricity and camping spots with both electricity and water, as well as R/V hookups! They also have free showers included in a very nice indoor restroom area. That facility...More

3  Thank Ge0rgetravels
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Becky D
14 November 2016|
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Response from sillywitness | Reviewed this property |
I agree with John. That said, I feel that Wallace is a better camping experience over all. Watkins has a beautiful history, but the campsites at Wallace are for the most part, more private and a better environment.
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