Wallace State Park

Wallace State Park


Location:2 miles east of I-35 Exit 48, on Highway 21 in Clinton County.
Facilities:35 basic campsites, 42 electric campsites, showers, playground, special use area, travel camp, picnic sites, 2 picnic shelters (1 open, 1 enclosed), hiking trails, beach.
Activities:Camping, lake fishing, swimming, hiking.
Special Features:Park's principal attraction is its peacefulness. The campground is favored by families and senior citizens and includes a travel camping area as well as a special use area popular with youth organizations. Twenty miles southwest of the park is Trice-Dedman Memorial Woods, a significant example of the northern Missouri hardwood forests that existed before European settlement. Trice-Dedman is owned by the Nature Conservancy and administered by the state's Department of Natural Resources.
Address:10621 NE Hwy 121
Cameron, MO 64429

Phone:816-632-3745
Web: www.mostateparks.com/wallace.htm
Size: 502 acres.

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