MISSOURI – If your Memorial Day plans were cut short due to storms, perhaps you’re already planning your next big outdoor excursion, maybe in the form of camping.

A group of camping enthusiasts named two Missouri campsites among the “Best Places to Camp in the Midwest.” This praise comes from a feature article published on TheDyrt.com earlier this month.

A research team analyzed ratings and reviews from “The Dyrt” app in order to name the best campsites in the Midwest and five other U.S. regions.

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According to TheDyrt.com, the two Missouri campsites named among the best in the Midwest include B. Berry Farm & Co. of Elkland and Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park in Middle Brook.

B Berry Farms is a family-owned farm in the Missouri Ozarks well known for its vast berry-picking opportunities. Fans have spoke highly its walking trails, abundance of wildflowers and nighttime sky views. The campsites also feature a water park play area, ziplining, and ax throwing stations. Most of its campsites allow for RVs, tents, pets and fires.

Johnson’s Shut-Ins is a state park in Reynolds County that consists of hardrock structures along the Black River. It offers ample opportunities for swimming, hiking, cycling, fishing and horseback riding, among other recreation activities. Fans have spoken highly of its cleanliness and privacy. Most of its campsites allow for RVs, tents, pets and fires.

TheDyrt.com listed these campsites among the Top 10 for the Midwest in numerical order:

Sandy Springs Campground (Ohio)

Hitchcock County Nature Center (Iowa)

Mouth of Two Hearted River State Forest Campground (Michigan)

Voyageurs National Park Backcountry Camping (Minnesota)

B Berry Farm & Co. (Missouri)

Sangchris Lake State Park (Illinois)

Wyalusing State Park (Wisconsin)

Indiana Dunes State Park (Indiana)

Lamb’s Resort (Minnesota)

Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park (Missouri)