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America's Best Campground, Branson, Missouri

Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $25.00
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Another great trip to Branson, and another great stay at ABC. The place is well run, and is always clean and tidy. The sites are close together, but we don't mind that at ABC, because we aren't camping. We are gone most of the days and nights, so we don't mind the closeness of the sites. What we do like is the cleanliness, and the friendly atmosphere, and the friendly and helpful staff. A great place to spend your time in Branson. We camped at America's Best Campground in a Motorhome.

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Willow Tree, Branson, Missouri

Date of Stay: June, 2005 - $18.00
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It's a bare bones place to stay in Branson. It's in a good location, easy to get to, and for my purposes, it worked out great. It's nothing Fancy, but clean and very reasonable in price. It's part of a motel/RV complex. It worked for us, as our daughter and her family stayed at the motel, and we stayed in the motor home. I did check the restroom/shower building, and it was nothing fancy, but very clean. The motel has a small pool that RV people can use. Concrete pads, but as the operator said, the park was built about twenty years ago, and most of the pads are for shorter RV's. They do have several for larger RV's. The only problem I really saw was, the full hookups are in the middle of the pad. Therefore you need longer hoses and such. You also need to watch the hookups in order to clear for a living room slide. As I said, it was fine for me, as we were away from the RV most of the time, and mostly only slept there. Would go again for our purposes in Branson. It's not a place to camp. Does have a picnic table on a concrete pad, but the sites are very close together. We camped at Willow Tree in a Motorhome.

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