This is a bare bones Passport America park. No restrooms or showers, no WI-FI, no cable TV. It is open all year while some of the other parks in Sedalia close in October. We had one of the four paved sites. The others are gravel or grass. The manager was very friendly and helpful. It was an OK overnight stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small park; owners are on site, very pleasant and helpful on check-in. No discounts were offered for the rates, but the sites are level and full hook up. The sites are quite close together and the entire park is gravel. Wi-Fi is provided, but it was weak and spotty. Water pressure is fine; we had no problems with our 50A electric. Most sites are back-ins, but there are a few pull-throughs. They do offer a laundry and a bath-house; we didn’t use them so are unable to attest to their cleanliness. The grounds were kept spotless. Sites do offer a picnic table. This is an RV “park”, this is not a destination resort. It’s fine for staying in the Sedalia area if you want to tour the area or if you have business at the State Fair Grounds and aren’t camping there. Our Verizon phones and Wi-Fi card worked well here. Even though it’s right off the main highway, it’s back aways from the road, so noise is not an issue. Turning right into the park is a little tight but no issue if you plan for it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stay here every time I'm in the area. Their long-time host can no longer work due to medical problems. They are going to a reservation only system; events, groups and regular guests. Call ahead. It is still very clean and trimmed. It is the best park in town (the State Fair and one other). Not sure if it is for sale but if I were younger, I would consider this as a possible business venture. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean, well maintained CG. Gravel sites which are extremely narrow, especially for those with slides. Beautiful grassy areas for dogwalking (beware of what looks like an electrified fence separating the CG from the field behind it). Helpful CG host. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a gravel parking lot calling itself a campground. If you want/need to be in the area, plan no more than a short stay here. Entrance is extremely narrow off a busy street -- you will go over a curb in anything but a tiny rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is for senior RVers, with no children. It's a fairly basic campground and OK for an overnight stay. Clean and well maintained. The sites are in an all gravel area without shade or grass. There was about 20 feet between electric posts/dump access. Other than that, there are no markings for sites. I believe that the pull through sites are 30 amp, with 50 amp possibly available at back-in sites. The afternoon we stayed was 90+ and the reflection of heat off the gravel was so intense, we stayed in the RV until the sun went down. There is a pavilion in the center with picnic tables and some lawn around it. There is also lawn around the perimeter, so RVs backed in around the edge have lawn behind them. WiFi was good. I did use a Hawking external antenna to bring it in, but that worked very well. It was quiet and we felt safe. Also, the man who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. We might stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my second time to stay here. Wonderful manager folks, live on site. Called me by name when I pulled in. I just missed a fish fry the day before. See my June 2008 review. Nothing has changed except my peace of mind. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a great park with very friendly hard working owners. The owners helped a couple of different people work on their coaches with no cost to them. If it were not for the gravel roads and sites I would have given this a 10. Very well maintained landscaping with a very clean looking appearance. Came here for the SKP Escapade at the fairgrounds and if ever back in the area I will stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 8 nights on the way to Branson coming from the North. It's on the West side of 65 and the entry to the park is very difficult if you are in the right lane going South as it's a very narrow driveway with curbing on the sides. You might be able to enter if you are in the left lane or center lane. We had to go past and come back from the South and then you have no problem getting into the entry. The park is vary open and it is very easy to maneuver around the place. There isn't much within walking distance of the park. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed here for 2 weeks. Rate is $100/week. They guide you into your spot and help hook up. They have several guests that have been coming for years. The second night I was there, they had a cookout for a departing longtimer. Everyone was invited. There was an ice cream social the second week. Deer and turkey visited daily. An undeveloped area is like a park (mowed). There is an open shelter for groups. All spaces are pea gravel. Common areas are grass. Shower/restroom building is clean. Whole park is spotless. Potted plants are cared for daily. The only drawback, if it can be called that, is the Bar-B-Que place a quarter mile up the highway has a live band out back on Saturday until midnight. I'll certainly go back. Sedalia is an historic town with a lot to see for its size. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for a rally. Sites not particularly level (our front wheels were off the ground, neighbor had to use blocks under rear wheels). Wi-Fi worked fairly well most of the time though we were on the extreme edge of the facility. Utilities were great except that sewer connections were ridicuously high off the ground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for an RV Rally function. Electric hookup was fine; only 30A available, but it worked without issue, water pressure is good. Hookups are such that it is "close quarter" parking, but no issue for slides or even having a rug and a few chairs out. Fairground staff did a good job at keeping trash picked up and cans emptied. There is a couple of bathhouses on the camping area, but we didn’t use them. It is grass parking, fairly level with a little effort. It’s not a campground or resort; it’s a place to park while attending events at the fairgrounds or in nearby Sedalia. Facilities at the fairground were clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park because of an event at the State Fairgrounds that lasted for a few days. For this purpose, the RV park was ok. This is basiclly a field with RV hook ups which is ok for what we needed. Hook ups were a little difficult to reach. Our sewer pipe was under the RV by the steps. A light pole was in the way of proper parking. We had to cross a shallow ditch to get to our site. We really had to take up 2 sites but no-one seemed to care. Not recommended unless you are attending an event at the fairgrounds. We camped in a motorhome towing a 12' trailer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Way over priced. $19 for only electric? We only stayed for one night. I questioned the attendant on price since everything was shut off but to no avail. Too late to go on. No place even to fill water tank. The campground is connected to the state fairgrounds, was lit up like daytime and the factory across the street vibrated our camper all night. Will NOT stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large open field with campers crammed at every angle with barely enough room for slide-outs in between. No security: people with golf carts/ATV's buzzing around hollering well past midnight. You could not get out your door to walk the dog or go to the showerhouse for fear of being run down; people throwing beer bottles into trash cans as they rode past. Took us 1 and a half hours to check in, staff very disorganized. They advertise over 1000 sites but there are only about 300 numbered sites; the rest are "dry" camping in a field or crammed up against another numbered site. The electricity went out about midnight and was not restored before we left the next day (no reason for this). Only 1 of the 3 dump stations were operational. We stayed here during the fair. I recommend staying somewhere else and driving in. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is the proximity to the fairgrounds. No way would we stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice enough campground, basically a big field with side-by-side hookups. Water was every-other, so one person had to have a long hose. Not much shade, an RV convention had the shadier areas so we were in the sun in public camping. Nice security team, well maintained area. Lots of flies, glad for the breeze. Campgrounds were busy but not overcrowded, even on a holiday weekend. Great spot for watching fireworks. Very pet friendly. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were at the same rally as the previous reviewer and echo the muddy condition comments, it was bad! We were parked in what looked like the vendor lot and at first were disappointed as those sites are really close together and unlevel but when it rained were glad that at least they were graveled and so we didn't get stuck. The MO state parks have nice campgrounds but they seem to ignore their state fairgrounds while charging a higher price. We will not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here for a rally. We thought it was nice that the camping area is all on grass. Everything is green with some trees around. You have a utility post with connections for four rigs so it forces you to either park in a spoke fashion or to be backed up closely to the other rigs. There is only 30 amp power. The big problem is that the RV parking areas do not have any gravel which means that when it rains it gets muddy and you get stuck. About 70% of the RVs here for the rally had to be towed out to the road and it was not paid for by the fairgrounds. I would not go back unless I was absolutely certain that it would not rain. For the amount that we were charged I believe that the fairgrounds should invest in some gravel or drain tile. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price is high but a nice green park. Other RV parks in area get $23-$30 a night. In town and easily accessable to Wal-Mart & other shopping. Rain could cause you to stay longer rather than having to be pulled out. Sites dry quickly. Spending a month here as part of advance party preparing for major rally. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for a Rally event so I am not sure what a nightly rate would be. The camping area is a large grass field with hook ups at the back of each site. There was some rain a couple of days before we arrived and we got stuck when we pulled onto our site and had to be towed. Others got stuck when they were leaving 3 days later. Beware if it rains when you are here. Is very handy if you are attending the state fair or another event on the fairgrounds. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.