19 RV Parks near Camdenton, Missouri
Jul 2014 - $35.00
This campground is obviously old and has seen much better days. The majority of sites are permanent residents. They also store RVs and from the looks of them most have not seen an owner in years. Very dilapidated surroundings. More of a storage for old cars, heavy construction equipment, and rundown RVs. A few of the residents kept their sites neat and clean; however, they were in the minority. It was about a 200 yard walk down a very steep hill to get to the lake?. We were extremely disappointed. Definitely not the campground represented on their website...in fact, it was 180* opposite. - Bindi1
Jul 2009 - $34.00
This is a very spacious park and the sites are large, wooded and level. It is now part of the KOA franchise. It has lake access and covered boat slips for rent. The boat docks were in good condition. They also sell gas for boats. Fishing was just OK in July, but others have said that fishing is excellent in the spring. If you do bring a boat, be aware that there is a very steep road down from the campground to the water. We rented a car so that we didn't have to walk several times a day. The bath house was clean as was the pool. There is a nice playground for kids and some nice tent sites. The only downfall is that it is pretty far by boat or water to many of the area's activities. - FUNCAMPIN
Aug 2016 - $14.00
The long term residents have the level sites. Some are pretty far from level, front to back as well as side to side. Makes leveling a larger rig pretty difficult. We could not get our 40' 5th wheel level in the first site and had to move to another site that was still not quiet level.
Since the sites are gravel, it would not be hard for the owner to scrape of a spot that would allow easy leveling.
Most sites do not allow for satellite signals. The cable is linited and the lower channels have interference.
All in all not a bad park.
We were here two weeks and the monthly rate was the cheapest. - TXiceman1
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a decent park, a bit rustic, with some great & not so great aspects. First, there is enough of a distance away from the hubbub of Osage Beach (about 10 miles) to be quiet, but still close enough to enjoy the activities there. We were at the back of the park (site 63) so road noise from 54 was not a factor. Our site was way out of level, but the park management provided leveling blocks. Our pull-thru had a pleasant view of the surrounding forest, but unfortunately our neighbors were too close (about 20' on one side, 30' on the other). The picnic tables sit right on your neighbor's sewer hookup. Other sites in the park did not seem so close. There may be tight u-turns getting into/out of the park, depending on your direction. - RockyMountainMama
Aug 2016 - $13.00
The rate reflects the monthly rate which was a GREAT Deal. This park is in Linn Creek which is just south of Osage Beach but a little ways from Lake Ozark (the town). It's very close to plenty of things to do. The on site management was very friendly. The park is a mix of weekenders and month to month units. All of the sites are well kept and its not like you feel like you're unwelcome as can be the case with some parks that have monthly tenants. They have a pool but the real draw is the lake which is super close. There's a state park nearby with boat launch and nice swimming area, Wal-Mart is close too. Overall - a nice place. Only gripe is that the site was only sort of level. I used ten leveling bricks and almost got it straight.
I'll stay there again, soon. - A. Hotaling
Jul 2016 - $40.00
One lady runs the park. When you call you will leave her a message. It will take several hours for her to return your call, so make your plans EARLY.
Park roads are gravel/caliche. There are 3 pull thru's and the balance are back in. Mostly trailers at this park, a few small motorhomes. We parked in 43' Diesel and had a difficult time getting in, but finally managed. It rained while we're here and there are several mud puddles around that may create a problem when we leave. It will certainly muddy up the RV which I try to keep clean. Good elevation to the park so other than the mud puddles, the rain went on down to the lake.
Park is close to Captain Ron's' a local hangout/bar, located at MM 34.5 if you're familiar with Lake of the Ozarks. Very nice grocery store (Wood's) just a few miles on up Highway 5. Conveniently located to other entertainment and dining. - TheBigL
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Nice state park with water access. Large park with over 150 sites. Nice roomy sites as at most state parks. Site had electricity, but no water or sewer. Make sure water tank is full on arrival. Dump station was very clean and well-maintained. - Al Z
Jun 2017 - $26.00
We returned to this great MO state park for a 4 day stay in mid-June. Found the park to be very clean and busier than ever. Reservations are a must if you want electric. Or a site near the lake. Nice long, near level sites with plenty of room to relax under the many shade trees. No sites with water and sewer. Very clean and well kept shower rooms and bathrooms. Nice playgrounds. Great family spot. - MissouriBird
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Our GPS took us to the other side of the lake, durn. We liked this park, even though the sites are only electric, the bathrooms have free showers and are clean, even if a little dated. Had a raccoon come into camp to investigate our pooch, many deer and goose as well. Great place to stay and would do it again if in the area for sure. Fire pit could have been cleaner and sites are a little close in places. We really enjoyed our stay here! - Paul Gavin
May 2017 - $34.00
If you reserve online you can't get a discount. We had to do it this way because they were not open yet to call. It is well kept. Stickler on the rules but make for a pleasant camping experience. It is close to shopping, restaurants and only a few miles for the Lake. - Nana Gayle
Apr 2017 - $13.00
This park is convenient to shopping. You can't compare it to a "destination"park. Our rate reflects the monthly rate. We stayed here to take care of personal business, not as a "getaway". Saying that, it is probably the nicest rv park in the area of Lake of the Ozarks. All the parks in the area are old and some are pretty rustic. This park has gravel roads and sites, but they are wide and easy to navigate. There is some difficulty in getting level. Took 20 leveler blocks. Sites are long enough for 40' with Plenty of space for parking. There are lots of trees, but they are not in the way. However, they do interfere with tv reception. CABLE DOES NOT INCLUDE NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX OR PBS. We even upgraded from a Windgard 3 antenna to a 4 to try to improve - not much help. The laundry has 5 washers (1.25) and dryers (.75). Very clean and work well. The recreational facilities were not open yet, but look nice. There is space to park a boat trailer, extra cars, etc, which is nice. If you want a park in Osage Beach, this is the best. We would stay here again, because of the convenient location and no place any better. - JudynJoe
Jul 2016 - $39.00
I ordered a lot for a camper for 3 nights. First Night my party had vehicle trouble and did not show up with the Camper. So I figured I could pitch a tent or sleep in my vehicle for the first night I ALREADY PAID FOR. Nope no tents allowed and was told I would still be charged for the night and can NOT stay there after I drove all day to get there. So 75 dollars later I found a hotel. Next morning the camper arrived and we stayed the next two nights. No refund, no discount, nothing. I get not allowing tents but come on now, will never stay here again no matter how close it is to the pb2 lake ramp. - BassMaster85
Jul 2015 - $15.00
Mostly long pull-throughs with a few back-ins. Sites require a little leveling. Hooks-ups are new within the last two years. Shady sites with no trees blocking sites or access roads. Nice club house and laundry. Great couple own/operate this quiet park. Close to restaurants, gas stations, propane, banks and many other necessities. Enjoyed our stay. Sure to return. - Trikki Rikki
Nov 2016 - $36.00
We stayed at the park while visiting family in the area. We enjoyed walking around the park and just taking in the sites. We will stay here again. - Randy Lyon
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We have stayed here for a month the past couple years. This year the owners are the ones running the campground and they are a rip off. The monthly rate is $375 plus electric which our electric was $105 for two weeks. We paid for a month but only stayed 2 weeks due to the condition of the campground and the fact that when it rains it turns into a mudpit. We bought a brand new camper while we were there and had mud stains everywhere just from walking in our camper. Grass was knee high and service was unfriendly. Please go somewhere else if you care about service or your camper. Not to mention if it rains a lot like earlier this year they have to evacuate you with no refund due to the river flooding. - rgmowing
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We had a pull through site. Easy enough to get our big rig in and out. All gravel roads. Nothing special about campground for us. We were visiting family and just needed a place to park and hook up. No issue with price, it's slow season. Won't be long before they need to trim trees and branches for big rig sites. Spaces were close together. - OnTheRoadLife
Jul 2009 - $28.00
The road to the campground is rough in places. The office staff are friendly and helpful but, the only supplies available is ice. Entire area is gravel. Several fulltimers and year round campers as evidenced by the look of the unwashed trailers. Overall not to bad. We will be back. - jmd
May 2007 - $28.00
Nice park. No highway noise. Some new sites with landscaping and plenty of room for slide outs. They also have cabin rentals and boat rentals. We enjoyed the friendly staff and the in-ground pool. Must access the park via a gravel 1/3 mile gravel road. Some asphalt at the park, but all sites are gravel. We will be back! - Loren
May 2008 - $22.00
You have to take a two lane country gravel road to get to it and it is very twisty, but it is worth the peaceful serenity of the campground when you get there. The RV sites are not fancy, basically a grass field with some RV sites set up with electricity and water to hook up to. Campground sponsors float trips down the Niangua river. Mostly caters to tent campers or I guess Boondockers, but I've never seen anyone do that. This is definitely a family campground. They will run rowdy drinkers off or not allow them to set up camp to start with. They have a really neat tepee setup to stay in as well. Check out the web site for more info. - texasbrons