Hawn State Park

Many visitors believe that Hawn State Park is the loveliest of Missouri’s state parks, with forests of pine and oak, sandstone bluffs and canyons, and clear sand-bottom streams. The 4,953-acre park preserves some of the finest areas for viewing Missouri’s wide variety of natural wonders. The 2,880-acre Whispering Pine Wild Area offers excellent opportunities to backpack, bird watch or study nature. Covered with pine, oak and flowering dogwood trees, the area is home to a diverse set of plants, animals and birds. Pickle Creek, because of its high quality and pristine nature, has been designated as a state natural area. It is also one of the few places in the state where visitors can see such a wide variety of rock types exposed at the surface.

Hawn State Park Campground Information

Hawn State Park offers basic and electric campsites. On-season (April through October) services include reservable sites, a dump station, showers, water and laundry.

The campground is open March through November (closed December through February). Campsites 1-9 are reservable March through November. Reservations for sites 10-19 and 22-39 are accepted for stays during the on-season

Park Gate Information

Park gates close at 9 p.m. during the on-season and at sunset during the off-season. Campers need to be sure to arrive prior to gate closure time.
12096 Park Drive
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670

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