Two Bedroom Cabins
The two-bedroom cabins are approximately 1.7 miles from the park office and can sleep a maximum of six people.
Cabins 2 – 6 – $125.00/Night plus tax
Cabins 4 – 7 – $115.00/Night plus tax
Canine Fee: $25.00
Three Bedroom Cabins
Three-bedroom cabin amenities include: one full and one half bathroom; kitchen with sink, refrigerator, electric cooktop and oven, pots and pans, coffee maker, toaster, microwave and seating for 10; television; heating and cooling; bed and bath linens; picnic table and outdoor fire ring with grill.
The three-bedroom cabin is approximately 1 mile from the park office and can sleep a maximum of 14 people.
Cabin 8 – $199.00/Night plus tax
Cabin 9 – $209.00/Night plus tax
Canine Fee: $15.00
Cabins 10 – 13 – $89.00/Night plus tax
Nestled in the heavily forested hills of southeastern Missouri, Lake Wappapello State Park has been a favorite recreation area for many years. There is now a new reason to stay at this scenic park: camper cabins.
Bordering Wappapello Lake, the park offers excellent boating, fishing and swimming opportunities that make guests want to spend more than one day. Those who don’t want a rustic camping experience now have a lodging option in camper cabins – comfort camping in style! The wooded setting and lake views provide the perfect get away for a quiet weekend or a weeklong vacation.
Four camper cabins are located in the park’s Ridge Campground. The log cabins provide accommodations for up to four adults and two children. These accommodations include a queen-size bed, a full-size futon and a carpeted loft for sleeping bags.
The camper cabins have electricity, heating and air conditioning but do not include water or restrooms. Each cabin has a dining table, ceiling fan, compact refrigerator and microwave/toaster oven. Exterior amenities include a porch bench, picnic table, pedestal grill and campfire grill. Parking is designated for each unit and can accommodate two vehicles and a boat trailer. Drinking water is located nearby. A modern central restroom and showerhouse, located within walking distance of the cabins, are available
To prepare for your experience, bring your camping gear such as lanterns, cooking and eating utensils, and water containers. Guests must bring their own linens and sleeping bags. Open-flame cooking is not allowed in the cabins or on the cabin porches. Cooking with griddles, Crock-Pots and other non-flame cooking devices is allowed. Pets and smoking are not allowed inside the cabins.
Dogs are allowed in a limited number of the cabins for an additional fee.