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A friendly park right off of Rt. 41. The roads were tight, sites are close together and there is train noise, but we managed with a 42' rig. Everyone made us feel very welcomed. Some of the sites are right along the river with a great view. You cannot kayak directly from the campground, but there is great paddling right down the road. Close to produce markets and shopping.

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Nice, quiet, clean state park close to the beach and bay. Sites are spacious and well kept. The beach is close enough to walk to and the bay area is great for kayaking, especially if you enjoy seeing dolphins while paddling. The island doesn't have a lot to offer, but the campground is worth a stop.

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Formerly Outdoor Resorts of the Ozarks, this park is now owned by the homeowners. Of all of the parks we have been to, this one tops the list (we have been full timing for 5 years). The resort, and it is truly a resort, overlooks Table Rock Lake. Each site has a concrete pad; most sites are landscaped. There is access to the lake for boating and fishing. Close enough to Branson and Eureka Springs to enjoy shopping, shows and restaurants, but far enough away to enjoy the peace and quiet of the area, this hidden gem will have you coming back.