What Are Some RV Parks in Missouri That Are Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers?


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Bucksaw, Indian Point, Nemo Landing and Osage Bluff are some recreational vehicle parks in Missouri that are operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Corps of Engineers operates 12 reservoirs in Missouri, as of 2015. Some lakes offer campgrounds with facilities and hookups to accommodate RVs

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The Corps of Engineers operates facilities in Stockton, Bull Shoals and Table Rock lakes in the southwestern part of the state, as well as Pomme de Terre and Harry S. Truman reservoirs in the middle of the state. Blue Springs, Smithville and Longview lakes are all close to Kansas City, while Mark Twain and Long Branch reservoirs offer recreational facilities in the northeastern corner of the state. Wappapello and Clearwater lakes are home to the Corps of Engineers facilities in the southeast.

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