RV Camping:
Our privately-owned campground operates year-round, with 42 full-service sites for RVs (water, sewer and electric). We offer Monthly rates for those who expect to be in the area for some time, in addition to Daily and Weekly rates. We offer 30 amp and some 50 amp sites. Our park is well shaded with mature trees and grassy lots throughout the park. Most sites are level and roomy, pull-through, side-by-side lots. We have free Wi-Fi available to campers. Leashed pets are welcome (2 max). A large bathroom facility with showers is available in the tent area, along with a dump station for your convenience. To reserve, call 269-927-3302 today!

Site Type
30 amp
Sewer, Water, Electric-metered
50 amp
Sewer, Water, Electric-metered
Limited Available

Tent Camping:
We have a separate, shaded and grassy area for tents, pop-up campers and small RVs or vans. Perfect for groups! Water and Electric service is available at each site. Surrounding areas are mostly wooded. There is a playground area for the children and volleyball, tetherball, soccer ball, Frisbees, and board games are available to check out at the office. We have free Wi-Fi available to campers. Leashed pets are welcome. A large bathroom facility with showers is available in the tent area, along with a dump station for your small RV. Firewood is available for $6 a bundle. To reserve, call 269-927-3302 today!
2017 Seasonal - May-Sept. TENT RATES

Site Type
Water, Electric
Not Available
10 day Max Stay

All cabins are non-smoking facilities. Sorry, No Pets inside any Cabin.

  • Amish Cabin 1, has a bunk bed with double bed on the lower and twin on top. Has a separate, low-profile child's bed.
  • Amish Cabin 2, has a double bed built in and room for an air mattress.
  • Amish Cabin 3, has a double bed with futon couch that folds flat.
  • Amish Cabin 4, has a double bed only and chest of drawers.
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    Rustic Amish built Cabins are available for warm season rental. These one-room cabins have air conditioning and electric service, a small refrigerator, table and chairs, porch, and outdoor water. A large bathroom facility with showers is available nearby in the tent area. Rustic Cabins do not have running water. There is room near each cabin for one vehicle. Minimum charge includes first one or two nights. To reserve, call 269-927-3302 today!

  • Historic Log Cabin, 1 Queen bed
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    We have restored one of the original House of David log cabins for visitors. This log cabin is a 1-room facility with a queen bed, table & chairs, reclining sofa, and chest of drawers. Electric, refrigerator, and air conditioning included. Bathroom with toilet and sink. A separate shower facility is available nearby. Minimum charge includes first one or two nights. To reserve, call us at 269-927-3302 today!

  • Multi-room Family Cabin, Kitchen & Bath
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    We have added a charming new Cottage to our available cabins. This facility has 2 bedrooms, an extra Hide-a-Bed in the Living Room, full Kitchen and 1 full Bathroom. Kitchen has basic dishes and cooking utensils. Outdoor patio and fire pit. Space to park several vehicles. This is a Non-smoking facility and No Pets allowed inside. Minimum charge includes first one or two nights. To reserve, call us at 269-927-3302 today!
    2017 Seasonal - April-Oct. CABIN RATES

    Minimum Charge
    Amish Built
    Cabin 1, 2, 3, 4
    (4) Rustic No Water
    Bring linens
    Our sheets & blankets, add $25 non-refundable per bed fee
    Log Cabin
    Toilet and Sink
    Bring linens
    Our sheets & blankets, add $25 non-refundable cleaning fee
    Family Cottage
    Multi Room
    Full Bath, 3 double beds
    Linens Included
    Our sheets & blankets included in fee

    Minature Trains:
    We have a working railway here at Eden Springs Park! Charming and authentic, these original House of David engines and passenger cars have been lovingly restored by our team of volunteers and train experts. Train rides are available weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day, Saturdays and Sundays only, from noon to 5:00 pm - $2 per person.
    The miniature trains have a long standing history with the park. House of David colony workers laid the 15 inch gauge track, built both the gas powered and steam powered engines and ran the park until the early 1970ís. The whistles from the steam engine trains echoed through the valley until the park was closed down. The area is rich with history and lore. A volunteer is generally available to give walking tours through the park on request.

    More for the History Buff:
    Eden Springs amusement park was established in 1908 by The Israelite House of David, and attracted visitors by the car load until closing in the mid -1970ís. The park boasted a zoological park with a bear, lions, monkeys, birds and more, gold fish ponds, a miniature auto raceway, a bowling alley, outdoor amphitheater that provided family entertainment throughout the week, an outdoor beer garden, photo booths, glorious garden displays, and the miniature trains. The trains were so successful that the first year 70,000 tickets were sold.
    At its height of popularity the park also added a hotel and vegetarian restaurant. A beautiful, cascading fountain was built in the 1930ís with colored lights on the spray. The bowling alleys were unique and are now displayed in the St Louis American Bowling Museum. The zoo closed in the early 50ís when the lion and tiger house was converted to agricultural pursuits. This structure can still be seen today, though very decayed.
    The famous House of David baseball team played on the field where the campground tent area is now located. This semi-pro baseball team traveled throughout the United States. They were pioneers of night baseball and first to join together and compete with the Negro League teams. Home plate has been delineated with a marker plate and is near the train depot. The present day Eden Springs Park and Campground was started in the early 50ís and expanded when the ballpark was re-purposed in the mid 1950ís. Eden Springs Park is pleased to welcome back to their home field, the "Echoes," House of David Baseball Club. Vintage baseball games will be played on Sunday afternoons, through summer. Call for reservations or for more information: 269-927-3302. eMail to edenspringspark@gmail.com