We are an hour NW of St. Louis, MO and 60 miles south of Hannibal, MO. We are in the country, but not far from U.S. 61, and about 20 miles north of I-70.
No rigs longer than 34 ft total.
If you have children, please be careful around the lake (big pond).
We’re pretty easy to get along with if you don’t hurt our wildlife.
We don’t have any children in residence most of the time.
You are welcome to roam, hike, use our paddle boat on our lake.
You can put chairs on our lawn and sit on the deck.
We don’t have a water hookup, but you can fill up with the hose.
Paula is up to the wee hours, so don’t worry about coming in late.
Mark is always happy to sit and share his coffee early in the morning.
We love to meet new people.
The street we access our property from is a state highway, a little narrow, but driveable. It also has some curves, so you probably don’t want to drive fast, but it’s acceptable for big rigs. Our driveway is asphalt most of the way with a small stretch of gravel by the house.
Tow vehicles connected to a large RV would not be able to get down the long driveway. It’s about .25 miles from the street, narrow, curves, and closely lined by trees. We barely get our 34 ft. RV in. There is no street parking. If the tow vehicle could be disconnected, then driven on its own, we could accommodate it.
We are home most of the time at this point but send us an email to check.
St. Louis Arch, Mississippi River, Mark Twain's home in Hannibal
Arrived at paulmark's property & was welcomed by both of them & their fur babies. Beautiful property with great spot for camper. Extremely nice couple who came to our door with ice and a snack which was well received after traveling all day in the heat. Will def stay again when in the area.
I had a great visit with Paulmark! Extremely hospitable to me and my road dog, Scout. We were welcomed into their home, had entertaining conversations, and a morning hike around the property. Wish I had more time to visit with them! I hope to visit again or see them down the road!