Expert Travel Advice to St. Louis

Top Answers To St. Louis Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Your closest resort is Hidden Valley, 30 miles west of St. Louis. Definitely a good place to take a newbie skier, with a ski school, beginner's area with a magic carpet, and full snowmaking capacity. Find out more at: www.hiddenvalleyski.com
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Route 66, popularly called the "Mother Road," originally started out from Chicago, passing through St. Louis on its passage west to L.A. Although now decommissioned as an official "highway," you can still travel the byways of this historic route, one of the country's pre-eminent National Scenic Byways. Learn more about Route 66 history and get travel-planning advice here: http://www.byways.org/explore/byways/2489/.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    It depends on what you are looking for...just a place to put up a tent or a scenic campground with stuff to do. I can recommend these campgrounds as beautiful and close to St. Louis:Babler State Park, Pere Marquette Park (Across the river in Grafton, IL and there is a great waterpark there called Raging Rivers). There are also several KOA's around St. L and in Illinois, but I can not tell you about how good these are or not. There is also Horseshoe Lake just across the River in Illinois. This is probably your closest and most scenic, but pretty rustic. You can swim, fish and camp there. The campsites are shaded too!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find any accommodations for groups that large in the area. There is a Sheraton St. Louis Chalet that offers amenities and can most likely put you in rooms that have access to adjoining spaces. (http://bit.ly/et3h14)

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