St Louis Missouri

“The Gateway to the West”

While camping at Elks Lodge Oakville #2726 in St Louis Missouri


6 electric sites $15.00 a night

The elks lodge is being re-painted. The 6 electric sites are unlevel but in a great place to see St Louis. We saw wild turkeys, deer and plenty of grassy area here. The elks here are friendly. We had plenty of good conversation at the elks lodge on our visit.

I’ve seen the St Louis Arch on many tv shows & movies. It sparked my interested in seeing this man-made monument. It’s the world’s tallest arch. The arch is bigger than the Statue of Liberty and the Seattle Space Needle.

The Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour was interesting. We took the free beer tour. The tour guide told us a bit about the history of the brewery. Also, we toured the Clydesdales area, some of the brewery and received two free beers. I liked seeing the process for making good beers. The Clydesdales were cute. The beer was good.

Happy RVing!

Making our way towards Oregon for the Summer

National Stamps

6 thoughts on “St Louis Missouri

  1. Grant’s Farm is a great place to visit in the area as well. It is part of the Budweiser conglomerate so the tour includes free beer. The visit is free although they’re now charging $12 for parking.

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  2. As a transplant from Missouri, every time we go back, we all search for the Arch. The locals always say, “even if you’re from Missouri, every time you see the arch, you say Hey, there’s the arch!” sounds silly, but even if you’re from there, it’s fun to spot it. The best part of the brewery tour are the Clydesdales. Their zoo is also amazing, and it’s FREE!


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