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You will wonder if you've made the right choice driving through town to get to this park, but once you've arrived and setup, you will be glad you did. An awesome park. Gated park with security and an escort to our site. Paved driveways and spots with grassy area and picnic table - very neat and tidy! Pool was awesome, warm & clean. Very clean bathrooms, and laundry area immaculate. Mini-golf for the kids. Restaurant on-site and delivers to your site but BEWARE.. hours are a little unstable. We arrived and were told we could order for delivery up until 8:45. Called our order in at 8:20 and the restaurant decided to close early for the night. Very aggravating since we had decided not to unhook our tow. Camping World across the street was convenient. Large sites with plenty of room to spread out. Staff in office extremely helpful and friendly. Don't leave without your homemade cookies upon check-in. A top 5 RV park for us on a 20+ park vacation.


Joplin KOA

Joplin, Missouri

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Arrived late - after registration but an envelope with our name on it was clearly left on the office door with everything we needed inside including Wi-Fi pass codes. Sites were long enough for our coach (+towing), didn't even have to unhook. It was a gravel park but well-maintained. Laundry area was clean, nothing fancy but clean and served its purpose. Pool was warm and clean. Kids liked the playground; but they loved the fishing pond. Kids got up extra early the next morning to feed the ducks on the pond. Very easy in-easy out right off I-44. Petro and Pilot truck stops right across street to fuel plus a few restaurants, including Subway which was convenient to pick up some healthy subs to go for later on down the road. Overall a good experience. Staff very friendly and helpful. If you are passing through, don't hesitate to stay here.

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Almost passed this park up due to other reviews. So glad we didn't. On a 5-week cross-country trip, Lazy Days at Tucson is one of our favorite. Lots of pavement for easy in, easy out. Gated with security - very professional and secure. Restaurant on-site (great prime-rib). Laundry area is unbelievably clean - you can even have your washer send you a text when the cycle is complete. Pool was warm and clean. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate. Camping World on-site was a plus. Right off I-10. Can't say enough good things about this park. We arrived after registration, but security guards checked us in and escorted us to site. Lazy Days has a service department next door--had our coach washed for under a $100 (quick & efficient). If you are going through this area, Lazy Days is the best choice.

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Park is located conveniently close to all the action but is quiet since it is a mile or so off the highway. Staff is very friendly and check-in was quick with an escort to our site. (Did have to unhook our tow before pulling the coach in). Bike rentals, basketball court, playground and pool were all hits with the kids, but the splash pad was the big highlight for them. Definitely a great choice for family friendly fun. Stayed here for 3 nights and no one ever ran out of something to do. Kids rode their own bikes near our site with no problems. Not the most "big rig" friendly park we've ever been to but extra amenities made up for it. Camp store stocked. Bathrooms were clean.