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Charlie Brown from Oklahoma City, OK. on 4/22/2005 11:20:19 AM:
Planning to camp on a ride from Clinton to ST. Charles. Can't seem to locate any campgrounds with showers. Any info concerning showers would be much appreciated.

 
Nails on 4/23/2005 7:26:52 PM:
I wouldn't plan on it, but a Marthasville resident let us use the shower in their home. She also gave us a couple of beers and it was all we could to do to decline a home cooked meal.

 
Ray (webmaster) on 4/25/2005 6:54:42 AM:
Most of the regular campgrounds have showers (as opposed to the city parks that allow camping, and the occasional bar or restaurant that will let you pitch a tent). For example, Katy Roundhouse in New Franklin. Here's a list of campgrounds

 
Dearslayer from Rhineland on 5/7/2005 9:13:46 PM:
The Rendleman Home in Bluffton at mile 110.8 has showers for campers

 
Lawnchair from Lawrence, KS on 5/13/2005 9:41:12 PM:
Showers we used:

Hermann: City park, where we camped, had dingy usable showers in the bathhouse. Look for the RVers, and the bathhouse closest to them.

Tebbetts: We didn't end up staying at the hostel, but it was open so we showered before heading on.

Pilot Grove: The city park with the little pool has showers in the bathhouse. You could probably shower without paying to swim, but the swim was darned nice.