Clean, well-kept RV park in a quiet, country setting. Roomy pull-through sites in a park-like setting. We saw deer across from our site; also a small private catch-and-release fishing lake. Friendly Owners live on premises, otherwise no permanent residents. Grassy areas plus a pretty trail in the woods - great for walking my dogs. Worth the 8-mile-drive (on 2-lake road) from West Plains. We enjoy staying here when in the area, and will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I rarely give a 10, but this little park is exquisite! The owners, The owners clearly take a lot of pride in their facility. The grounds are spotless, neat and tidy. All utilities worked very well. Good water pressure, steady voltage, clean accessible sewer port. WiFi was a little light, but we took the farthest site from the source. With my signal booster it worked just fine. Verizon broad band signal was reasonably solid as a backup. The owners couldn't have been better hosts. The park is off the beaten path, so don't be alarmed as you head 8 miles south of West Plains on narrow MO 17. Just keep going, you'll find the place, and you'll be glad you did. We will definitely return when we are in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice campground. Very well maintained and well laid out. Very quite, level sites with lots of shade. Restrooms and showers super clean and modern. Strong Wi-Fi signal. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A hidden gem off the beaten path. Extremely well kept property that shows pride of ownership. Very quiet in a wooded area with a walking path. Only 2 rigs in park. Would have stayed longer but schedule did not allow. Lots of pretty country to see in this area. The owners are super. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The owners of this park are very nice and friendly. We enjoyed visiting with them. The park is small but very neat and clean. The sites are gravel surrounded by grass and trees. The hookups all worked great as did the Wi-Fi. They have a community fire pit area with wood supplied, a small catch and release fishing pond, and a walking trail. They also have a huge library for campers to use and a honor system washer and dryer. This park is way off the beaten path via a couple of narrow highways but it's very quiet and peaceful. Only 8 miles south of the city of West Plains. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On our way from Co to FL. Stayed one week at the park. It is one to stay at. Great owners and a laugh a minute. Fire pit great in the evening. Park in excellent condition. Very quiet. Don't miss this one! Great race track to go to also. West Plains Speedway 10 miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Make the 8 mile drive from West Plains to this park! It is wonderful! There are only 14 level, gravel sites. The park is picturesque and spotless. Owners couldn't be nicer. No dog waste bags but excellent areas for doggie walking. Bring books for the incredible book exchange. Showers/restrooms are pristine and have good water pressure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a fabulous park. It was immaculately clean and the environment was peaceful and quiet. The owners are extremely nice and make you feel at home. We would definitely go here again. We caught BIG catfish in their pond, which the kids loved! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Way off the beaten path, but worth the drive. If you want quiet and country, this is the place! Owners are outstanding, helpful, and unobtrusive. Campground is absolutely perfect in terms of landscaping and size. Three big pull-throughs are located near the front, and back-ins are to the rear. All sites are gravel and leveled. A small recreation room and small laundry room has a book exchange. Mens and womens bathrooms/showers are private. Dump station available. One person at a time in each. Pool kept perfectly clean. Small fishing pond for catfish. Small hiking trail. Nearest gasoline is about 8 miles out, so make sure you have enough. We plan on returning and exploring the area. A bit of a round-trip drive to Branson, so I'd think you'd need to plan local activities in to this site, and not plan on commuting to Branson. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Been here before, both short and long-term. Owner is nice and to the point, but is also more than willing to spend some time talking as well. There is an established number of long-term, including myself. Most everyone here is friendly and outgoing. There are train tracks near, but you won't feel them. Some will hear them, but still isn't overly intrusive. The highway can get noisy at times, but is still manageable. Wi-Fi coverage has improved dramatically since the addition of a central repeater and antenna, even those with metal skins can get a signal inside their units. Grounds keeping is on site, and they do try to maintain the lots when vacant. If you need help with your unit, others are here as well. Inquire with the owner for who to talk to. Families have stayed here, kids are able to use the pool (no lifeguard) and playground. There are also pavilions that have BBQ pits (propane and charcoal) as well as fire rings that are able to accommodate some large fires. Walking trails are located on the backside of the park, blackberry bushes are numerous but depend on weather and time of year as they are wild. Bath house is relatively new, at least 3 showers in each, haven't been able to run it out of hot water yet... Owner keeps an eye on things, drives around several times a day giving only a wave and mail if you have it. He is always wiling to talk for a few minutes, can give great information on local attractions and events. Though there is a lack of shade trees, trees have been planted and we are just waiting for them to grow. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The RV park is very nice with showers, rec room, etc. But the owner drives around slowly every hour and inspects every camp site to make sure your obeying his park rules. He complains about everything! He allows his dog off leash to wander the park but complains if anyone's dogs even accidentally get off the leash. You have to keep your pets indoors almost all the time. He complains if your children want to watch TV in the rec room and accuses you of different things instead of asking if you are doing them. I love the park, but the owners complaining has me very disappointed! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Nice park. We stop for one evening. It was very convenient, just off the highway. It was very clean and inexpensive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outstanding stopover value at 25 dollars/night. Friendly owner. New showers and restrooms. Country grass setting. Sparkling pool. Nice clubhouse. Packed gravel sites. Strong WiFi. Clean parking spots. Some permanent tenants. Interstate is 500-600 yards down from the campground. Most traffic sounds are barely noticeable. Train runs several times a day and a few times at night. Tracks are about 1/2 mile away. Distant train horn is heard sometimes, not an irritant to most folks. We have stayed here four times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very noisy, between frequent trains and heavy truck traffic on adjacent highway. Owner's attitude: "I can barely keep the lights on...so no discounts". Several permanent RV's scattered throughout. Not a place for a vacation, holiday or even a stopover, in our estimation. Would not return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is mainly just a parking lot, not much of a campground feel at all. The grass was overgrown. Clubhouse was OK, a little dated, but it had a couch and TV. Our main problem was that the owner was not so friendly. We would not return here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My son and I stopped here for 1 night but ended up returning for a week due to low cash reserves. 110 a week and 250 a month with utilities included. Park is just outside West Plains and is clean and well kept. The owner is pleasant and checking in was easy. The only down side is no shade trees of any size and not much to do close by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites aren't particularly level, although I asked for a level site and mine wasn't bad. Nice grass with gravel pads, very few trees. Like many RV campgrounds, it's close enough to a major road for noise to be a factor, also there is a rail line, with infrequent trains. The pool is cold, and could use a skimming for leaves, but is clean otherwise. Nice clubhouse, with a small book exchange, cable TV, some puzzles and such. Very nice man checked me in, and the WiFi worked from my site. And given the weather lately, having an underground tornado shelter onsite is reassuring. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Emailed reservation request to owner. Received confirmation right back. When we arrived our paper work was ready and we were checked right in. Level gravel site with plenty of room we enjoyed our stay with our two grandchildren very much. Used the very clean pool each evening. No problems at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Well, things haven't improved since the last rating 3 years ago. The sites are all sloped down and we tried 3 before finding one that would level without lifting the front wheels off the ground. Grass is a foot high but the owners yard looks like it was just mowed. Would never stop here again! Environment is awful for 25.00. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a RV park in progress. The sites are not level, some worse than others. Wi-fi is only available in the office, as well as the satellite TV. The owners are trying to plant grass and trees. Full hookups, majority of the sites are pull throughs, and the lots have gravel. Maybe in a couple of years this RV Park will show improvement. I rate it as a possibility. We camped here in a Motorhome.