Onondaga Cave State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 66
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 47
Deep underground there is a world that nature has created using water to form deposits of tall stalagmites, dripping stalactites, active flowstones and many other colorful deposits. Onondaga Cave, a National Natural Landmark, and Cathedral Cave showcase these natural wonders, which can be viewed during cave tours.
There is also plenty of natural beauty to enjoy above ground at the park. Vilander Bluff Natural Area provides visitors with a panoramic view of the Meramec River. Come and take a hike through the Meramec River valley, canoe or fish in the Meramec River or enjoy a picnic lunch. Learn about the park's natural resources above and below the earth's surface through exhibits inside the visitor center.
Onondaga Cave State Park campground offers basic and electric/water campsites, reservable sites and a special-use camping area. Electricity is available year-round. Hot showers and laundry facilities are available during the on-season (April through October). A dump station for RVs is located next to the showerhouse. The campground also contains a playground and an amphitheater, where nature programs are presented during the on-season. The campground host will assist campers with firewood, available for $4 by the bundle. Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.
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