This was a tough one to review. My rating reflects a comparison to other campgrounds which this is really not. It's a concert venue with some 200 plus seasonal sites and very few (I was told maybe as little as six) sites available for reservation. If you are there when there's not a concert, there's very little to offer by way of amenities/activities. They have a very nice pool and bathhouse and the facilities where clean. The camp store doubles as a gift shop/main entrance on show days and offers virtually nothing as far as supplies go. There is a gas station with a Food Mart adjacent to the property which you can walk to. It has everything (including Subway, Dunkin Donuts) just not a lot of camping supplies. When shows aren't going on you can wander around the venue and have access to a lakefront. They do charge something extra per person and require a $25 refundable deposit for the pool/bathhouse. If you're there for a concert weekend they require a 2 night minimum. They allow you to check out late on Sunday which is nice because they really pack them in. The venue is a great place to see performers up close and they have all the usual concessions. There's plenty of space to wander around and you can still hear the music down by the lakefront. The people who work there and the seasonals who stay there were all very friendly. But be forewarned it is a party atmosphere. Lot's of music and cocktails, and lots of circling around in golf carts. But again, I can't say enough about how friendly people were. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a lot of seasonal sites. We stayed in the Nashville area in the front close to the office on huge concrete site that was 30x60. Water, electric and sewer was good. Wi-Fi was strong for access but did not connect to the internet. We have a sprint Aircard and used it instead. This campground caters more to people that want to attend concerts such as Billy Ray Cyrus or Keith Anderson who performed the weekend before we arrived and Charlie Daniels was scheduled to perform the following weekend. If you stay on a weekday, can get in the Nashville sites and have Camp Club USA it isn't a bad place to stay. We would only stay here for a couple of days when passing through. If you stay here say Hi to the gentleman who lives there and loves dogs more than people. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was more like a trailer park with old, run down permanent site campers scattered all about. The campground felt dirty and disorganized, and when our camper is the nicest one in the park I know something is wrong! Our site was not level and it took us some time to actually get set up since the site sloped uphill. There was only one set of bathrooms and showers and they were nowhere near where they put us so I did not use them as I normally would in any other campground (they were probably about 1/4 mile away down a steep hill from our site). They have free wireless internet, which worked well the first night but after another camper moved in next to us it did not (my guess is the camper was blocking our line of sight to the wireless box). We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We've camped at Indian Ranch 3 times this year...Memorial Weekend, early August and this past weekend. Each time, we were greeted by an escort due to our late arrival and shown our site. Sites vary depending upon the area you are camping. 3/4 of the campers are seasonal, but they are all welcoming to us weekenders. Memorial Weekend was busy and tight in the Branson section. We've camped in their Graceland area the past two time and found the spaces ample with grass...fire ring and plenty of room to extend our awning and slide. The people in the office are always gracious-and happy to answer questions. Dick-the Manager-has always made himself available to any camper who wants any type of assistance or question answered. The owners/managers and camp staff are always visible and available. Sundays are busy because they are concert days (concerts held at 2PM). However, even us weekenders could stay on our site after the concert-have our dinner and not break down until later on in the evening...(we asked prior to the show). Don't know if this is the general rule..however it was great to leave at 7PM Sunday night at no additional charge. The weather was great--the lake was welcoming. Lots of pontoon and small boats. Saturday we saw 1 wedding and 1 family reunion going on simultaneously. Looked like everyone was having a great time. Not the place for children or teens (unless they enjoy country music on Sunday's), although there is a game room and the lake if families decide to go here. They are pet friendly. We will definitely be back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had reservations, showed up, they had us in an old parking lot no trees, no shade, no firerings; you shared them with others, no picinic table. It was told we would have sewer no sewer. The place was a dump like staying in a gravel bank, we left didn't get our deposit back, rude uncareing people. Would never recommend this place to my worst enemy We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is so run down I would not return. I don't look for much-- just a clean well maintained facility, and this doesn't come close. The seasonals that live there have junk trailers on sites with broken down cars, and boats, and tractor trailers parked. By all means do not drink the water; the chlorine level is enough to make you ill. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an old KOA that no longer has the franchise. Since it is no longer inspected by KOA it has slipped from those standards. The bath house looks nice on their web site but was in fact in need of a good cleaning. Cob webs surrounded all of the stall dividers and the floor was filthy. On your way back to your site you pass several extended stay units that have an inordinate amount of junk accumulated around them an have become a real eyesore. Since they did not have sewer in any of the sites they told us to just run our grey water into the bushes. Uck! The dump location in the morning was almost impossible to reach with the 29 ft TT. And it was uphill to boot and the tanks didn't empty. Glad to leave this CG in the rear view mirror. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.