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Town & Country Camping & RV Park, Sikeston, Missouri

Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $32.00
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In town campground close to road. Good overnight stop along the way. Groceries near by. Very friendly staff. Sites are open and close together. Okay for after dark arrival. 4 hours to Branson area. We camped at Town & Country Camping & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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Cutty's Des Moines Camping Club, Inc, Grimes, Iowa

Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $27.00
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Many amenities; sauna, hot tub, indoor pool, two outdoor pools, RV shop and repair all with a small lake in the center. Listed as a 4 star resort. Caution, this is a coop resort that sells permanent spots. Many full time units on site. Sites are very close together and the camp was pretty full for November. Nice place, like Holiday Inn deluxe meets KOA, but not the place for privacy. Looks to be great for young families with children. May be hard to get a spot in the summer especially on the week end. Open year round. Would stay again if close quarters were okay. We camped at Cutty's Des Moines Camping Club, Inc in a Motorhome.

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White Acres Campground, Bardstown, Kentucky

Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $25.00
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The owner is very friendly. The campground is wide open. We were there in off season, but they have many activities in season. No fires allowed. Not many trees in campground itself. Stay at least two days to visit all the activities in Bardstown. We camped at White Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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Port of Kimberling Campground (formerly Waters Edge Cabin and RV Resor, Kimberling City, Missouri

Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $29.00
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Can be hard to find for first time. Enter during the day as it is not well marked or lighted. We loved this campground once we were there we did not leave for two days and then only because we had to head north. Beautiful setting, check out the upper area called the Bluffs when open. Limited connections for electric only on top, but worth it for a few days. Ask for site 112 (no electric, back in) or site 116 (pull through with electric). We would drive from MN to MO just to stay at this campground. We camped at Port of Kimberling Campground (formerly Waters Edge Cabin and RV Resor in a Fifth Wheel.

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