resmapCampers looking to plan another adventure in Missouri State Parks before cooler temperatures set in will be able to enjoy an extended showerhouse season.

All state park campgrounds with showerhouses will keep at least one open through Nov. 2. All 40 state parks and historic sites with camping have campsites available year-round, but water and shower are usually only available from April 1 through Oct. 31.

Some parks have showerhouses that will remain open beyond Nov. 2.  These include the following parks, which will keep a showerhouse available until:

Nov. 9:

  • Hawn State Park.
  • Robertsville State Park.
  • Lake of the Ozarks State Park.

Nov. 16:

  • Stockton State Park.
  • Sam A. Baker State Park.

Nov. 23:

  • Long Branch State Park.
  • Lake Wappapello State Park.
  • Mark Twain State Park.

Nov. 30:

  • Onondaga Cave State Park.
  • Knob Noster State Park.
  • Pomme de Terre State Park (Pittsburg campground).
  • Harry S Truman State Park.

Jan. 1:

  • Roaring River State Park.

The following parks have at least one showerhouse open year-round:

  • Bennett Spring State Park.
  • Table Rock State Park.
  • Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park.