Huzzah Valley Resort
974 Missouri 8
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 275
Tents Allowed: Yes
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Huzzah Valley Resort is located in the breathtaking wooded area, nestled at the junction of the pristine Huzzah River and Dry Creek amongst the sycamores, birch and beautiful dogwoods. Huzzah Valley turns what you think will be an interesting trip into a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The floating here, of course, is terrific but that’s just part of what makes Huzzah Valley so special. A friendly, professional staff, a gorgeous campground surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery, the best smallmouth bass fishing and floating in all of Missouri. Huzzah Valley offers a fun family atmosphere with spacious clean campsites along 2 1/2 miles of Huzzah River.
A-Frame & Cabins
Huzzah Bob's Big Bear Bunkhouse
Dry Creek Den
30 or 50 Amp service
From St. Louis:
Take Highway 44 West to the Cuba exit, Exit # 208. Make a left off of the Cuba Exit onto Hwy 19 and go South to Steelville. At the 3 way stop sign in Steelville, go straight onto Hwy 8. Go East on Hwy 8 10 miles to the Big Red Barn.
From Jefferson City:
Take Highway 63 South to Vichy. Go East on Hwy 68 to St. James. In St. James take Hwy 8 East to Steelville. At the 3 way stop sign go straight you will still be traveling on Hwy 8 East for 10 miles to our Big Red Barn.
Take Highway 63 South to Vichy. Go East on Hwy 68 to St. James. At St. James get on I-44 going East, go to Cuba exit. Exit # 208. Make a right off of the Cuba Exit onto Hwy 19 South and go to Steelville. At the 3 way stop sign in Steelville, go straight onto Hwy 8. Go East on Hwy 8 10 miles to the Big Red Barn.
From Springfield, MO:
Take Highway 44 East to the Cuba exit, Exit # 208. Make a right off of the Cuba Exit onto Hwy 19 and go South to Steelville. At the flashing light in Steelville, go straight onto Hwy 8. Go East on Hwy 8 10 miles to the Big Red Barn.
From Cape Girardeau:
Take Highway 55 North to Highway 72. Turn Left onto Highway 72 and go Northwest to Fredericktown.
Take Highway 67 north to Park Hills. At Park Hills turn left onto Highway 8 and go west. It is about 20 miles to Potosi, from Potosi, continue on Highway 8 for about another 26 miles, you will see our Big Red Barn on the left.
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Huzzah valley Resort
We have camped at the Huzzah Valley Resort each year for many years. It is a beautiful area with horses in the pasture, a clean river, clean camping sites and cabins.
The partiers camp away from the family camping area. There is plenty of room for kids to play-at the playground or at the beach type area at the river. A security guard drives around the area thru the night so we always fell safe. We have never had any problems. The store has anything you will need for you camping, rafting,cooking and much more. Huzzah`s Bobs restaurant serves a ...
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