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Where Your Rig is Never Turned Away



Sundermeier RV Park SceneryHere’s the secret to making sure your huge RV is never turned away...Sundermeier RV Park & Conference Center, St. Charles, MO.

If the following hasn’t happened already, you don’t want it to: You’re exhausted from driving your RV longer than you should, listening to a cranky spouse suppressing (if you’re lucky) irritable sighs, and the kids and dogs suppressing nothing. You pull into the typical RV park and hear five of the most dreadful words known to man: “Sorry, your rig’s too big.”Do you want to release your fears of rig-rejection and have a fantastic time in Missouri?

Sundermeier RV Park landscape Here’s how: stay at Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center because they back up their hospitality claim, boldly stating “Our sites will accommodate any size unit.” Wow…there’s security and peace in that statement!” Now, isn’t this the kind of place you want to pull into when everyone’s crabby and starving? And there’s more than just the guarantee of accommodating big coaches (and plenty of wiggle room for their little brothers).

Morning coffee at Sundermeier RV is magical for two reasons: the park itself and its proximity to St. Louis, St. Charles and all the action in those fine southern cities. Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center defines terrific amenities, among them 106 level concrete pads, 39 pull thrus, real 30/50 amp electric service, phone & internet hookups (2 at each site), and expanded cable TV and cottages. Your whole group, caravan, rally or club is invited. They have an event room which seats up to 80 people, and their Banquet Center seats 340. Can you say “party?!” Sundermeier RV also delivers with the “Beef Eaters Pub & Grill”, their onsite restaurant. And what if you can actually stand to leave the RV park?

Although everyone says it’s tough to make yourself leave, right across the street you’ll find a pretty city park with both a playground and basketball court. And Katy State Trail Park is adjacent to Sundermeier RV Park, with its sensational hiking and biking. This is hard to believe, but Sundermeier is just minutes from two nationally registered Historic Districts ¬, South Main Street and Frenchtowne. Just gorgeous; you really should go.

Sundermeier RV Park RV site You’ll love strolling around the historic downtown districts that still evoke 19th century St. Charles. Most of St. Charles’ Main Street shops and restaurants are refurbished historic buildings. You’ll find the Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center along the Missouri River banks, and a biking and hiking trail that starts at Frontier Park in downtown St. Charles. Ask your kids. They probably know about Lewis and Clark. The trails follows alongside the Missouri River through lovely Augusta.

Augusta is Missouri’s wine country. The August A. Busch Conservation Area with its forests, prairie, and wetlands features several ponds, hiking trails, and 72 lakes where you’re welcome to fish. This section of the Mississippi River (where it joins the Missouri) is noted for its winter bald eagles, American Pelicans and other migratory birds. St. Charles County is also known for its love of the arts and its culture. The Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles looks out over the Missouri River and you can visit several galleries. You'll discover sensational exhibits, working art studios (kids love these, too), and performing art presentations. St. Charles is just northwest of St. Louis, with its well-known charms.

Make sure you have a place for your coach at night, stay in sheer loveliness close to St. Charles and wake up to coffee at Sundermeier RV Park and Conference Center. Visit their website www.sundermeierrvpark.com or call Toll free Toll Free: (800) 929-0832.

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