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Old 08-09-2012, 06:42 AM   #1
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Cuivre River State Park, Troy, MO

We leave today for our second trip to Cuivre River State Park just north of Troy, MO. We made our first trip in the fall last year and had a nice time. This trip the kids will be able to swim at the beach and we are taking their bicycles. I really like the way Missouri allows you to reserve your site online and thanks to our trip last year, we knew exactly which site we wanted for this trip and planned our trip around when that site was open. I will post pics in my ablum when we get back. Have a great weekend, everyone!

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Old 08-09-2012, 10:40 AM   #2
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Look forward to seeing the pics

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Old 11-01-2012, 10:10 PM   #3
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I too can recommend Cuivre River. We camp there every year in the fall. Lots of kids, lots of dogs, friendly people. We seem to see some of the same folks there every year. The bathhouse is decent - certainly I've used worse at dog shows! Lots of trails to hike. They have a new supervisor and he's busy updating maps to color, etc. The camp hosts are always super too. What's funny is that the campground is between our home and Troy, so in a sense, we go camping to get "closer" to civilization. Quiet hours are enforced, and we've never had an issue with noise - the occasional cheer for the baseball or football game is about it. Nice sized pretty level spots, but all are back in, and the road is narrow so it can require some back and forth to get in. Our biggest complaint is the firepits are very close to the back of the spots, and if you have an awning, tent or hybrid you need to be careful of sparks.
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