This campground is pretty primitive. There is only one loop with electric and within that loop, there is only one pull-through. Most of the sites are not shaded. The bathrooms and shower house are usually atrocious. One plus is that the electric sites are 50 amp. What makes up for the pretty rough camping are all the things to do there: hiking, canoeing, swimming, mill tours and the proximity to other national river way sites like Blue and Round Springs. For the camper who likes to rough it, you will love this campground. The rest of us just bear it so that we can be close to all the activity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large public campground used mainly by people canoeing the Ozark Riverways. Most sites have grass and shade trees although trees are small and widely spaced in the electrical loop. Hot showers are free, but restrooms are desperately in need of maintenance. There is little privacy. Some sites are large and spacious; others are packed close. Many tent sites have a spur long enough for a large RV. Electric hookup sites are wide enough to park a tow vehicle next to the trailer. Locals use this campground heavily on weekends making for lots of noise. It is common for both doors of a parked pickup to be wide open with the radio turned up to full volume for hours at a time. Reservations are rarely necessary except for major weekends and the peak season from mid-June to the end of July. Be aware that there is no explicit reservation fee, but you pay an extra $3 per night if you do make reservations. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is ideally located to the several sections of the Ozark National Scenic Riverway. Water levels were usually low but we still had a good time and saw some neat sights. Our campsite had full hookups including 50 amp electricity. The campground is quite dusty but obviously very popular. We appreciated the nice, clean laundry room. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our third stay at the Circle B, and we will continue to make it an annual stop. The cabins are a little dated for our tastes, after staying in one on our first visit, we decided to purchase a trailer. The campground is pretty basic, no play area or pool, no internet or game room, but they do have a volleyball net. The setting is what makes us come back. They are right on the Jacks Fork River, nice beach area with a large rock to jump from. The canoe company can pick you up at your campsite and you can float/paddle back to the campground. Horseback riding and zip lining is available nearby, as is the small town with a few restaurants, grocery store, and ice cream shop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.