Cameron is a city that’s grown from humble beginnings to a modern marvel with a rich history, and culture that defines its community.
Cameron is located within Clinton, DeKalb, and Caldwell Counties in Northwest Missouri, and was founded in 1854, when the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad company convinced a man named Samuel McCorkle to plat land best-suited for the expanding rail network. The city even served as the home to the Missouri Wesleyan College until 1930, and as limited access highways intersected in Cameron, the area began to rapidly grow. Cameron now has numerous clubs its citizens can join, events year-round that they can be a part of, and recreational parks throughout.
In Camden, propane serves as a primary source of fuel for heating homes and powering appliances. Many homes and businesses in the area rely on propane for outdoor grilling and cooking, as well as for powering generators during power outages.