August 30, 2021
Longing for an old-fashioned camping adventure? You can find it in Missouri wine country! The Show-Me State’s beauty and hospitality can be experienced in a unique way through camping or bringing an RV on your journey. We’ve got a list of 24 wineries that offer camping and/or RV accommodations.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, all information is based on survey responses and should be verified by calling the winery before arrival.
7C’s Winery encourages guests to pitch a tent or park their RV at the winery for the ultimate stay-and-play getaway. Campsites and RV hookup reservations can be made through Hipcamp.
Arcadian Moon Winery & Brewery welcomes guests to stay overnight in one of their two RV sites, both equipped with 50-amp service. Stay and enjoy the peaceful lakeside view, and enjoy fresh food and wine from the kitchen.
Baltimore Bend Vineyard has tent camping available across the road from the winery, at the Baltimore Bend Conservation area. Please note that this is primitive camping only.
Cave Hollow West Winery is situated between two caves explored by Mark Twain himself. Relive the adventure by pitching a tent or bringing the RV for a stay – just call the Mark Twain Cave Campgrounds at 573-231-1000.
Cave Vineyard offers camping for those who reserve a spot before their visit.
Keltoi Vineyard & Winery welcomes guests to sip and stay. The winery offers a 30-amp receptacle for only $10/day, and asks overnight guests to check in with staff for instructions on where to park.
Just a few minutes away by foot from Stone Hill Winery lies the beautiful Hermann City Campgrounds, where guests can take advantage of a swimming pool, tennis/pickle ball/basketball courts and full RV hookups. Visit the campground website for more information.
Twin Oaks Vineyard and Winery is home to scenic views and peaceful sipping spots beneath their namesake trees. Harvest Hosts members are welcome to reserve an RV spot to stay.
Wild Sun Winery and Brewery is located just 15 minutes from the Washington State Park in DeSoto. Guests can camp overnight and make the short trek to the winery for a day of great food and wine.
Many Missouri wineries have an option to camp thorugh Harvest Hosts, which is a service that accommodates camping reservations at the wineries listed below. Sign up for a membership to reserve your camping spot today!
St. James Winery - St. James, MO
Meramec Vineyards - St. James, MO
Wenwood Farm Winery - Bland, MO
White Mule Winery - Owensville, MO
Canterbury Hill Winery - Holts Summit, MO
Seven Springs Winery & Vineyard - Linn Creek, MO
McKelvey Vineyards - Leslie, MO
ElderBLossom View - New Bloomfield, MO
Serenity Valley Winery - Fulton, MO
Curling Vine Winery - New Florence, MO
Leaky Roof Meadery - Buffalo, MO
Twin Oaks Vineyard - Farmington, MO
Chaumette Vineyards and Winery - Ste. Genevieve, MO
Durso Hills Winery and Bistro - Marquand, MO
Primitive Olde Crow - Clinton, MO
Use our trip planning resources to find other attractions and nearby wineries to complete your itinerary, then pack up and head to wine country! Make sure to share your photos with us using #mowine.