Date of Stay: July, 2016
Nice park. Great hostess. There were a couple issues with bathrooms ( other guests making messes) when reported she was right on them, cleaning up. Pool small but very nice. Perfect for kids. Creek behind camp was awesome. Lots of fun wading and playing. My only complaint is I wish our pads were concrete and wish site had shade. Overall, a good choice when visiting the area.
Date of Stay: March, 2016
Stayed here a few years ago and it was nice. Not anymore. Main camp is now for members only. We were put in north camp. Ladies bathroom locked. Forced to use men's. Bathroom old, very cold and no soap available. Laundry dirty. Grounds are shabby and unkept. I realize it is early in season, but feel that if the north camp was not ready to use. We should have been told or put in other camp that was at least 3/4 empty. Horrible camp for the dollars spent. Will not return.
Date of Stay: January, 2014
After reading a couple reviews I though this park would be great. It was not. It was okay, but I think most of the people staying here are living there permanently. Lots of stuff junking up the sites. Site next to us had a old camper, a trailer, a motor cycle, and truck. There were barking dogs that no one tried to quite. The staff was friendly and had free donuts, hot chocolate and ice, which was nice. I just did not feel comfortable in the park.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
I love this park. We have stayed in other parks in the Branson area, but we enjoy staying at this one the most. It is neat, clean, and sites are a nice size. There are activities for kids, but still quite enough for the adults. We were there cooking with our dutch ovens along with another couple and the owners of the campground and everyone in the campground was invited to join us for the great food. Yes, it is a few miles out of Branson, but alot of campgrounds are not in the center of a tourist area. Go enjoy Branson, then go back and enjoy the peace and quite at the campground.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
This is an great park. Lots of activities for kids. Yogi Bear makes appearances, planned activities for kids also. They have a new jump pillow that my grandkids loved. We were here on a very hot weekend and we all enjoyed the pool. Even though it is a Jellystone park, it is very quiet and relaxing for adults also. It is a few miles from Branson, but unless you want to do Branson 24/7 it is not a problem. All concrete roads and pad, clean bathrooms and excellent owners. We have stayed at several other RV parks in the Branson area and this is by far the best! Try this campground and I think you will agree.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
This is our third time to stay in this park. We love staying here. The owners are so friendly and work hard at making your stay pleasant. This is the first time we stayed since becoming Jellystone. There were not any kids activities while we were here, but Yogi did make an appearance. I can not wait to bring my grandkids. This park is so neat clean and comfortable. Beautiful landscaping also. If you are looking for a quiet relaxing place close to Branson this is the place to stay.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This is a great campground. As soon as you visit the office to register you know this is going to be a great camping experience. The owners are friendly and helpful. The roads, pads and parking area are concrete and level. To have a level site in the Branson area is quite a treat! The bathrooms are the cleanest I have seen. We stayed in the park during a dutch-oven cooking clinic. There was lots of visiting among all the campers and all the good food cooked over the open fire was shared with everyone who wanted to try it. This is the best campground in the Branson area I have stayed at. We have visited the Branson area at least twice a year for 20 plus years, so we have stayed at a lot of the area campgrounds. This park is located a few miles from Branson, but still close enough to see the shows and attractions. Plus the area is beautiful so the drive is pleasant. Also, it does not have the traffic: taking a 5th wheel through Branson with all the traffic is not fun. The town of Forsyth is very close with groceries, food and gas available. If you want a great camping experience in the Branson area visit this campground.