We stayed in the FHU loop. Most sites are large enough for the largest RV. The park is very remote: a long hilly drive to the nearest grocery store in Cassville. The big problem here was the electricity. Very old and in need of rewiring. We were here Memorial Day weekend when the campground was full and many using their A/C. Even with our water heater and refrig on gas, voltage was as low as 104 when we ran the A/C. Had to turn it off to make coffee or run any other appliance. Will not be back here until they upgrade the electricity. We camped at Big M COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Few lake sites and access is inconvenient without knowing in advance how to approach them and where they are. No maps or host was available for the two nights we were there. We were off the lake because we did not know where to go to find them. Sites we found were back in only and "double" size. If two rigs our size (3 slides, 32 ft) were on the site, it would be crowded for the units. There is a convenience store at the dock area, but is open limited hours. Area is beautiful and great for a short stay. Fishing is available and boating also. We camped at Big M COE in a Fifth Wheel.
A Corps of Engineers park on beautiful Table Rock Lake in SW Missouri, Big M is unusual in that they have 14 full hook-up sites. They also have several with electric only and an on-site dump station at no extra charge to campers. Very reasonable camping fees. They have large sites, a swimming area, boat launch, a water-front restaurant, store, & playground. Easy drive to Roaring River State Park (trout fishing, rafting). Washrooms are typical COE type and we rated based on what they are. Overall, very nice for a COE park. We'll go back. We camped at Big M COE in a Travel Trailer.