21 RV Parks near Anderson, Missouri
Jun 2011 - $25.00
This is a nice little campground, but don't expect a lot. Big Rig access, only for the ones that really want to try it. Our motorhome is 39' and the road in was a little hairy, to say the least. Park offers canoe and inner-tube float trips on Indian Creek. Has friendly staff, hot showers and you will be greeted by and hodge-podge of farm fowl, chickens, ducks, guineas, peacocks and a turkey. - sandimal
Sep 2017 - $50.00
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend 2017 in a 35' motorhome. Full hookups with 50 amp power right on the river - nice flat pad. Fishing was extremely good, my son caught over 30 fish. Kayak rental was very easy and the river was nice to float on and you got out right at the campground. Owners were friendly and always available. We will likely stay again. - John Rhea
Jun 2011 - $1.00
Unfortunately this park is no longer in operation. They were flooded out a couple of years ago and never opened back up. - sandimal
Aug 2007 - $22.00
Very roomy and shaded sites next to Indian Summer Creek. Right off of new I71 near border of Arkansas. Would return here, very friendly owners and a great stopover in an area hard to find a campground. - blueridge
Jul 2008 - $22.00
Great site for a float trip which is catered by the campground. $22 for full hook up, $20 for water and electric. Includes camping fees for 2 people. $7/night for adults and $3/night for 6-12 year old kids. Each site has picnic tables and fire rings. I assume the restrooms are clean. The family we were there with were tent camping and I heard no complaints. Great access to the river. - texasbrons
Mar 2013 - $25.00
Showers and restrooms were closed. I was the only rig that was not a full-time resident. Very quiet place and it overlooks the river. The sites were very narrow but level. People were very nice. - cyd222
Jun 2010 - $25.00
LOVE this campground! Our grassy site backed up to the river with fabulous views. This is an alcohol free campground. After seeing the other campgrounds in the area, we would definitely choose this one over any of the others. We played in the river and fished a little (no luck fishing). Rafting, kayaking and canoeing are activities that can be utilized at this park. There is a volleyball set up, huge trees and lush green grass. Although it was our first time, we enjoyed canoeing and rafting. The owner was very accommodating and friendly. We will be back! - Sheri Cooper
Oct 2014 - $15.00
I agree with all that the previous poster said but the sites are NOT level, especially front to back. All sites along the river have a very high hump in them. I imagine it serves as a sort of levee if the river floods. But the hump makes it very difficult to level and it also made it almost impossible to get the truck unhitched. We were there in their post high season so we were the only rig in the park. We would not stay here again. - User2209
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Passport America rate. We liked the funky decor here. Friendly staff gave us fresh veggies from their garden. We were backed up to the river and watched the canoes, kayaks, and tubes go by. Short drive to Bentonville, Ark to visit WalMart museum. Big grassy sites. - Judy and Mel Elbers
May 2008 - $25.00
Nice campground with lots of sites on the beautiful Elk River. Owners were friendly and helpful. They offer canoe and kayak trips, tube rentals, and fishing is allowed. This park is close to Belle Vista, AR. Sites are gravel & dirt, so it got muddy when it rained on us. But we still really enjoyed our stay here. - Full-time RVer
Oct 2016 - $15.00
This is a very nice RV Park which adjoins the Indigo Sky Casino. The sites are all "back- in." Water and electric only with a dump station on the property. We spent three nights here and enjoyed the peace and quiet in the park. The casino has all the amenities you could ask for. Wonderful food and the office staff are very helpful. - Herb Richards
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This park is often listed as Seneca. MO. It is West of there, a few hundred yards into Oklahoma and is part of the Eastern Shawnee Nation. The adjoining casino is the "Indigo Sky Casino".
This seems to be a very successful enterprise, it is jaw dropping beautiful with fountains and statuary and flower gardens. The grounds are neat and clean and always being maintained.
The hotel is very big and grand with Southwest themed decorations and much to see. There is a restaurant that features a different buffet every night. The food is good! Also a food court. There is an outdoor pool which you can use as an RV guest.
All that said the RV park has some shortcomings, but remember it is $15.00 a night. All sites are water and electric only and these utilities were conveniently placed and very good. Everything is back-in, even the dump station is back-in.
There is an office in the RV park but it is not always manned. Pick a spot and go up to the hotel to register. Very easy, very friendly.
There are 45 sites most, not all, are merely painted lines on an asphalt parking lot. All are numbered and well designed and each backs up to its utilities, but if you want grass on either side of your unit drive around and check for the few that have lawns designed around them. We did.
There are no fire rings or picnic tables at the sites, but there is a huge redwood picnic pavilion with tables and three stone fire places and grills.
The RV park is meticulously clean and groomed, a security vehicle with its green flashing light goes through about every 15mins. The flowers, other shrubbery and lawns are expertly done, but the trees are all young. Shade will be here in a few years. The bathrooms and showers were all clean and well monitored. There is no cable, but all major channels are available OTA.
Wi-Fi is at the Hotel but not in the park. This is a very good casino RV park. The restaurants were great; we never gambled. - Jack B
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Stayed one night at the campground. Very new campground that is owned by the Indigo Sky Casino. Hook ups and water looked new. Would stay here again. - depguy
Sep 2011 - $9.00
RV parking is across the street from the Casino main parking lot. The area is constantly patrolled by security & the patrol will take you across to the Casino Gift Shop to register and return. Shuttles run back and forth to the Casino day and night. About half the sites are pull-through and utilities are at the back of the site. The sites are paved and level. There are no restrooms, showers or laundry on site. The Casino offers a 2 for 1 breakfast coupon at check in. The rate is $9 first night and free for the next two. The overflow parking lot is used by tour buses and semi's. BNSF RR is 200 feet away and there is rail traffic 24/7. We had no problem sleeping and didn't hear the trains during the night. The Casino & RV lot is within the Eastern Shawnee Nation in the NE corner of the state of Oklahoma, abutting Seneca, Missouri. We noticed no odor from the treatment facility just to the west of the Casino. This is a good place to stop for a day or a few and we would stop here again if in the area. - SilverBear
Jun 2011 - $9.00
Others have addressed the cost and the train. Most of the time, there are plenty of open spots and it is possible to pull through rather than back in. Regarding the sewage treatment plant, when the wind comes from the west, you will get a very unpleasant whiff. Also, the cost goes to $9 on your 4th night, then $15 starting on the 8th night. This is a terrific stopover for a couple nights. Be sure to try out Country Cupboard restaurant for breakfast in Seneca. The casino also offers a good $3 breakfast. - thearys
Apr 2011 - $9.00
Yep, there are trains and they only shook our motorhome slightly. Rate is $9 first night, next 2 nights free. All hookups are at rear of sites in campground, which is a fully paved parking lot. Your RV must be fully self-contained, since no facilities are on site. Buy one, get one dinner coupon with paid first night's rent. $10 casino cash for first time visitors when joining Player's Club. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2017 - $23.00
Overnight stop. Convenient location. Small, clean park. Probably should have reservations since there are some live-aboards. Excellent, friendly service from host. Small laundromat. We would stay here again in our fifth wheel passing through. - ouachita princess
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Very nice clean and friendly camp host. We had a battery problem and he jumped us plus checked on us later to make sure everything was ok. The gravel pull thru are rather level and there is a grass area. There is no cable tv but our direct tv worked very well. Wi-fi is very good. It is easily accessible to I49. We were here for 2 nights in a 44 ft motorhome. - oniedu
Jun 2015 - $20.00
No longer accepts Passport America, self register, mostly work campers, only few sites available, wi-fi works well, ok for overnight stop .
They accept Good Sam,extra charge for electricity, $0.12 per kWh. - Doum Doum
Apr 2016 - $25.00
Would love to stay here in a cabin some day, but the RV sites are a little scary. Roads are too narrow, and the park is not well maintained. However, the cabin area looked clean, and they do have a pool. Will never stay here in an RV again. - GrandLakeCamper091
Oct 2013 - $20.00
We thought this was very nice park, granted the sites were a little close but we had room to open the awning. There are only 6 sites open for rent, but we enjoyed our stay and will go back. The staff were nice and helpful, they had already started decorating for the holidays and it was very pretty. We camped for 3 nights. - User3253
Jun 2011 - $20.00
This park has only 6 spots for nightly rental. All others are semi- permanent. It is more of a trailer park/cabin facility. Very, very tight to get into. Not big rig friendly. The boat launch ramp is an incline railway that you tie your trailer to and lower with a winch into the water. We used a neighbor park ramp. We will not return, as there are many better parks on the lake. - cpeters