Wallace State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 77
Number of Sites with Electric: 42
The feature attraction at Wallace State Park is peace and quiet! Located amid the rolling farmland of northwest Missouri, and less than an hour from Kansas City, this 501-acre, wooded park offers recreation and relaxation.
For recreation, visitors can fish or swim in the park's six-acre lake or exercise by hiking one of the park's four scenic trails. Benches along the trails allow visitors to sit and absorb the sights, sounds and slow pace of nature. Scattered picnic sites provide a peaceful place to enjoy lunch. For larger groups, an open picnic shelter that overlooks the lake and an enclosed shelter with a range, refrigerator and hot water are available for reservation.
The park's peaceful, family-oriented campgrounds include both basic and electric campsites. On-season (April 15 through Oct. 31) services include reservable sites, modern restrooms, hot showers and a trailer dump station. Playground equipment located near Campgrounds 2 and 4. Walk-in campsites are available for those seeking more seclusion. Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.
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Lovely but busy even before Spring opening
We arrived Sunday on an early April afternoon to find a "no sites available" sign. Since it was impossible to turn our 38 ft rig around we went on to the camp ground. There were only a few folks in the campground and they were in the process of leaving. Since the "office" wasn't manned we filled in a self serve envelope and inserted a check for $17 (electricity w/ Senior discount). By the time we'd set up we had two more folks pull in. The next morning we were alone before 9 AM. A bit later a park employee ...
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