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A resort in its grandest sense. Fabulous place to relax and have fun at the same time. They offer two large pools, marina, boat rentals, club house, tennis and pickleball courts, a 9 hole golf course (they rent golf carts) and views that rival anywhere. Right on Table Rock Lake (we launched our kayaks about 100 yards from our site) with several pull-in sites to enjoy the beautiful views. Ours was perfect for satellite TV use. Some with have trees that might not allow it. Other sites are also very nice ranging from back-in sites with great lake views or views of the golf course and numerous fountains. About 40 minutes to Branson if want to see wonderful shows or do shopping. Everyone that works at the resort are courteous and very helpful. It also has 24/7 security which is very nice to have. It is well worth the money since there are so many amenities offered. Would definitely return.

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One of the nicer KOAs we have stayed at. People working there are very nice and will help in any way. Nice facilities with usual KOA amenities (pool, trike rentals, store, etc.). Easy in and out with our 38' motorhome and toad. Our site was a little tight but long enough for coach and toad (unhooked). Very close to Six Flags St Louis and easy access to all St Louis has to offer. Some highway noise but not bad. Some shade but was able to get satellite reception. This was our first trip in our new motorhome, dealer paid for the two nights we stayed. Would stay again if visiting this area or for a night stopover.

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Very nice facilities with lots of green space between sites. Ours, site 43, was the only site with water and sewer hookup along with 50 amp electric. Paved roads with paved sites. Ours was very old and not very level. Lots of shade which is nice to block the sun, but also blocks any kind of Satellite reception (Directv or SiriusXM). Overall very nice place that is within 2 miles of the Historic Site of Arrow Rock, home to the oldest continuously running restaurant west of the Mississippi River, J Huston Tavern (built 1834). Would come back.

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Campground is very nice with long pull throughs with level concrete pads, full hookups, cable, and Wi-Fi. There are also nice back in sites and cabins. The bathrooms are very nice and clean. During the warmer months, they have a large pool for use. The park is within walking distance to the ride and slide entrance to worlds of fun and oceans of fun. The only negatives are road noise from I-435 and the outer road. Would also be nice if a perimeter fence was installed around the campground (would help with noise and give some added security.

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This is in a nice location away from the hustle and bustle of the 76 strip yet close enough that you can walk to the strip (3/4 mile, but no sidewalks). Many different sites and sizes to choose from along with Kamper Kabins. They have deluxe sites that have a small patio with furniture and a portable fireplace. We stayed in a premiere site ($31 winter rate) that has a fence dividing the sites. They are spaced out pretty well with enough room for slide outs and the site was level (we didn't need levelers but did notice a few RVers did). Each site has Wi-Fi (our signal was very strong) and lots of cable channels available. Everything was clean and well maintained. People with dogs will enjoy the dedicated play area. They have a nice pool with a slide and a hot tub. For kids (and kid wannabes) there is play equipment with a huge jumping air pillow.