The Department of Natural Resources is hosting a free “Bed and Breakfast” at eleven state parks this weekend. Click to hear KMZU’s Bob Allen talk with DNR Spokesperson Renee Bungart:
Bungart says registered campers can get a free breakfast on Saturday morning at select parks around the state.According to Bungart, the menu will depend on where you are staying. Biscuits and gravy, french toast, pancakes and sausage, and egg casseroles are just a few of the possible offerings. Campers are invited to check in to see what will be served on Saturday morning. You may register for campsites or walk-up on Friday to be eligible for the free food.
The participating parks are Crowder State Park near Trenton; Knob Noster State Park near Knob Noster; Lake Wappapello State Park north of Poplar Bluff; Pomme de Terre State Park near Pittsburg; Robertsville State Park near Robertsville; Stockton State Park near Stockton; Thousand Hills State Park near Kirksville; Trail of Tears State Park near Jackson; Harry S Truman State Park near Warsaw; Mark Twain State Park near Stoutsville; and Wakonda State Park near La Grange.
Bungart says the fall camping season is hitting its peak time and the weather should be beautiful this weekend. For more information about the parks hosting the event, visit the Department of Natural Resources website here.