St. Louis West / Historic Route 66 KOA Holiday

This St Louis West KOA is conveniently located 1 mile from Six Flags and close to many attractions in St. Louis. And Now Kids Camp for FREE!

Enjoy picturesque camping as it was meant to be - with lots of trees, a babbling creek, fireflies, a campfire under a starlit sky and all Pull-Thru RV Sites. Located on Historic Route 66, this KOA is less than 1 mile from Six Flags St. Louis and I-44. It's an easy 30 minutes from other St. Louis attractions, including the Gateway Arch, Forest Park, zoo, Missouri Botanical Garden, City Museum, Anheuser-Busch Brewery and Grant's Farm. Stay in a Deluxe Cabin or on a Patio RV Site or Premium Tent Site. Kids love all the activities/amenities, such as the heated pool, gem mining station and new Jumping Pillow. Groups love the pavilion and meeting space with A/C. Pool: May 10 - September 30. Max pull thru: 95 feet. Your host: Paul Shepherd.

User Reviews

Robin Krautbauer

April 30, 2022

Nice folks. Site ok. Busy place. Very nice camp store. Had all kinds of things there. Not a lot of groceries. A few essential things and then other stuff for kids and so on. Campsite was not all that level. BIG step to get out once leveled. Front wheels nearly leaving the ground. Very noisy where they put us. You could sit and watch the traffic and trains go by. Trains often and loud. Not was many at night. Customer service was pretty awesome. Didn't really interact much but very nice when we did. Really a family campground. There were schools groups there doing things. Not sure what . But lots of kids for a daytime activity. Good for and overnight. Nice for camping if located elsewhere in the park. Park seemed pretty large.

Laurie Stuckey

April 22, 2022

It was a great place to stay. We used our trailer to attend the Bonjovi concert. It was quiet and clean. Family oriented. Just a short jaunt from SixFlags. And only 30 minutes to downtown.

Matt Dawdy

February 25, 2022

Was a great little park. About 30 minute drive to downtown St Louis. For a few bucks more we rented a 'premium' site which was very nice. Had a 10ft by 20ft paved patio with a stone fireplace and lots of Adirondack chairs. Sites were mainly pull through, gravel and very level. Camp store was nice had had alot of essentials.

Christopher Fogg

February 08, 2022

The office staff the greeted me was very polite and informative. The campground itself wasn't desirable. Granted, our one-night stay was a week after a big snow, but the campground was a muddy mess. Site improvement during the warmer months would've helped greatly. Having worked at campgrounds myself, I doubt these sites get fresh gravel that often. Plus, they have a Bobcat with a snowblower attachment, but somehow they leave the majority of the roadway covered. I had to shovel snow out of the tight turn to get my fifth wheel through. Just laziness. Bathrooms/showers were well maintained. Also, if you love the sound of freight trains, there are several every hour of the day and night that rumble by. I would most likely have a different review to give had I come during the summer. But, if you're going to have a campground open year round, the upkeep shouldn't stop when the Mercury drops.

Benjamin Messina

September 12, 2020

Will definitely return.