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8 RV Parks near Barry, Illinois
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Barry. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Barry in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $68.00
We have stayed at Pine Lakes with other families for a weekend in June for 3 years. We always have a great time. The lake had some new floating slides this year and the sand on their beach had been improved. The pool area was clean and kept up. Picnic tables could stand some updating. My only complaint is their cancellation policy. There are no refunds. You can put the money towards another weekend though. - Sue U
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Very nice attractive park with great out door amenities including lake,dog park, pool and tree sheltered camping spaces. Picnic tables and wheel rim fire pits at each site. Nice staff to work with. - Wendy Schleich
Aug 2013 - $40.00
Trees are low-hanging, but negotiable. Nice campground, but overpriced for an overnite... but...it is the only campground around. The office doesn't often answer their phone; left two messages but never got a return call. The office also was reluctant to offer any assistance to problems I was having after we got there. Also, closed the office before closing time. We probably would try to avoid coming here again. - carderh
May 2018 - $20.00
We were looking for a new place between our usual ones in IL and MO and came across this park. Now that we've been here, it is well off the beaten path just like it looks on the map. For that reason, we will not return. It did have some nice features - many long fairly level back-in lots with lots of room to spread out, 30 amp that worked fine, and lots of peace and quiet. There were many nice tent sites as well. Fishermen may enjoy this park. We were the only folks in our area on a week night. The park employee we spoke to said they fill up only on the Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day weekends. The second campground is more populated. Try there first unless you want to be totally alone as we were. - exceltraveler
Apr 2015 - $18.00
This is a fine example of Illinois state parks. Clean, well spaced sites. If you want seclusion, this is the place. The nearest restaurants are 20+ miles away. Hunters, fishermen, and foragers will find a huge area for their interests. There is a separate equestrian campground within the park as well. - Thorfinn
Jun 2012 - $20.00
Beautiful park. Lots of shade trees, etc. Very well kept. Enjoyed our stay for a few days before going on to Missouri. We are just traveling along slowly and where we take the notion to go next. We are headed for Mark Twain country in Hannibal, Missouri next. Very friendly people stay here. Quite a few of them said they come here regularly because it is so pleasant, clean and rates are reasonable. That is all true. Highly recommend anyone stay here. Children would enjoy it, too. Ours did! - skiparnd2
Aug 2018 - $32.00
Good location for seeing local attractions. Park does not enforce rules...dogs are free to run, loud music or tv. Sites are super tight especially if you have 3 or 4 slides. Our site was very uneven. - cmw
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Very quiet, very shady, very friendly people. Sites are fairly close together but no problem with our considerate neighbors. The cave tour was excellent and is highly recommended. The Hannibal trolley pickup was convenient and makes getting around town a breeze. My only complaint is that this place is like the Bermuda Triangle. No satellite, No cell, No (bad) wifi. I had 1 bar of 1x coverage, which makes it really hard to do any work or spend any time online. Maybe that's the point. - galnar
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Convenient to Hannibal. Older campground that could use updating. Sites are a bit close (probably designed by a KOA employee). Staff was very polite. Campground was quiet even though mostly full. Only stayed one night. Overall, an average campground. - rwthomasjrfamily
Jul 2014 - $12.00
We've spent a lot of time here. Heavily wooded and off the beaten trail. Two campgrounds with playgrounds for the kids. Not full hookup, but does have a dump station. Very clean, and the ranger is very friendly. - AdamBryner
Oct 2011 - $25.00
We came across the little park while visiting Louisiana, Mo. It is located behind Izola's Place a little restaurant at 401 S. 3rd st. They only have 30 amp electrical hook ups, water, and sewer. They have no restrooms or showers so you have to use yours. They only have 8 or 9 sites. This was constructed for the works when they were putting a pipe line through the area. It is located close to the center of town and is not listed anywhere else on the internet. We did not stay here but felt it would be good to know about. The sites are road base and look pretty level. So if you're in the area and the place up the road in Bowling Green is booked up here's a back up. By the way the kitchen in the restaurant was spotless and the menu looked good. - pumper9x9
Jun 2017 - $35.00
This is a Park for permanent RV's for vacationers on lake near the Mississippi. water and electric only. No cable or wifi. There were only a few sites for Great River Road travelers. Good for visits to Hannibal, MO. - Alicenpete
Apr 2010 - $25.00
Rate is without sewer ( not available other than pumpout ) and not using Air. ( $3.00 more ) This is a seasonal park with mostly local trailers set up for the summer. Train is very loud and this is not on the river as it looks on the web site. Place needs a lot of work. We would never stay here again. - imperial
May 2009 - $15.00
Rate is based on a monthly rate. This is a nice family park with mostly seasonal sites. The sites are level gravel sites. Management is very friendly. The drawback is the train tracks that pass near the park. There are no sewer hookups, but the owner provides a tank emptying service. - John P
Jun 2016 - $34.00
In a nutshell, stay away. If we could give this place a zero we would do so. The bathrooms are beyond filthy, mold appears to be growing on the shower stall benches, trash everywhere. The ground around our campsite was littered with cigarette butts. The buildings and all infrastructure look like they have had no maintenance in years. The "locals" or weekenders were very unfriendly; in fact scary.
It's very unfortunate as the place looks like it may have been decent at one point many years ago. We found the place in an older Good Sam book but the campground was no longer affiliated with Good Sam so there was no discount available.
If visiting the Hannibal area for the Mark Twain historical features find another campground for your stay. We booked two nights but left after staying only one night. - RalphB3
Jun 2015 - $31.00
The lady checking us in was helpful, efficient and knowledgeable about the area.
The campground is old and dirty. Sites were not level, muddy and sewer connection broken.
Appears to be mostly full time residence that do not seem to take any pride in their site. Junk laying all around. Will not come back. - Stockmk
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Worst campground ever! First of all, the campground is not marked, coming from Hannibal. We drove right past it. When we arrived, there is a window/ac unit boarded up with plywood. Not even new plywood, that looks like an accident or breakage recently happened, rotted on the bottom plywood. We arrived at 3pm the afternoon on a FRIDAY , and had to call a phone number listed on the door for help. When we finally arrived at our site and set up, the were so many dogs barking it sounded like we were at the humane society. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel, and had to park the truck on the gravel street, as there wasn't enough room to actually park at the site. We could not find the restaurant/lounge that was listed on the website. The was ice and firewood only at the "general store". The camper across from us, was a permanent site and the camper was finished off with plywood. Batting cages actually worked, but was really old. The kids tried to go to the store several times to get quarters, there wasn't anyone there. Pool is very small , kids didn't stay in it long, they said it smelled funny. My husband used the restroom once, said it smelled like urine and there was nothing in there to wash his hands with. We couldn't get out of there fast enough! - Hilgirl
Jun 2018 - $32.00
I just stayed here for one overnight - but called the night before and they were almost full ... only one slot left for a 45 ft. MH. Very nice people in the office. They have a soft serve ice cream machine! Put-put golf area and a firepit area. Did not use any of the facilities as it was a quick in and out, but would stay here again. I didn't bring a tow vehicle, but if I did, yes, you would need to unhook and then could probably park it in front of the motorhome. - Enterprise Adventurer
Mar 2018 - $29.00
This park is neat and clean, the people are friendly and the pull though sites are HUGE. That's about all that's good with this park. It's VERY close to the roadway and there is a train that runs behind it. I arrived and was asked, "did anyone tell you there is no water?". Well no, how would they I just got there, I still paid full price for the site. I was also told that the WiFi is not very good and I could only use it for email and bill pay. I tested it and it was 20 megs down and 5 up. Strangely when the office closed for the night the WiFi was shut off. When it's quiet here it dead silent and you can fall asleep in seconds, but that means you can hear ever truck and car coming down the road for 1/2 mile and hear the thump, thump, thump of them hitting the road divides. Then you can hear them as they go past for 1/2 mile. In another words you will be awoken for EVERY vehicle that goes by unless you're a very sound sleeper. Then there was the train which blows it's horn at 11:30pm at the nearby crossing numerous times. You can again enjoy the train horn at 6am. I got no sleep even with ear plugs and moving into my living room area. I would never stay here again. - creeper
Jul 2017 - $34.00
This park is clean, tidy and convenient to the expressway. Tent area was very flat and lush, but full sun. Almost all sites were in full sun. Bath house is locked, and you need to ask for the key. I did not care for this park. One staff member was polite, but terse. Lots were extremely narrow. About eight feet of grass between them. They are barely tolerant of animals with half a page of rules devoted to this Issue. My biggest concern was the cement posts at the ends of each site. It makes maneuvering larger rigs difficult. Almost all of them had marks where vehicles had scraped. BUT it sure keeps the grass safe from those of you intending to pop wheelies or peel out with your sports cars. - Sheryl E