6 Parks near Clarksville, Missouri
Aug 2015 - $13.00
This review covers two areas of this 'resort'. Up on the hill are the member amenities and are very attractive. Large pool and lounge area, snack bar and laundry room (the laundry is only 2 washers and 2 dryers!), a large clubhouse, which we did not enter, and a small lake with canoe and paddle boat rentals. There are also condo type swellings for members to reserve. The RV area is a very sorry excuse for an RV park.
Though we had requested 50 amp on our reservation and paid extra for it, we had to take a 30 amp space since none were available that had 50 amp. All sites were weed filled and hadn't seen a mower in a few weeks. Sewer hook up was a long run to the back of the site. There were two sites that were not useable since there was evidence of work on the utilities and the turned up soil had not been smoothed out and was very muddy where your tow or toad would park. The hosts never came by our site, not even to say hello! Would not stay here again. It is definitely a sows ear in a silk purse! - Rick & Karen
May 2014 - $3.00
Rate is RPI Preferred. Th park also accepts Coast-to-Coast and AOR. Private membership resort but open to public. Very nice large park out in the woods with nice lake but 20 miles to a small town. Don’t use GPS for directions. There are pull-through and back-in sites, all long, wide, and level. All sites have grass areas, table and fire ring. Most have large shade trees. Very nice resort with rental condos, large lake, acres of manicured grass, pool, spa, mini golf and snack bar open during the season. Large open air pavilion and clean laundry. Only 1-2 bars Verizon signal and no campground Wi-Fi. Many open sites good for satellite. No cable but TV antenna signal OK. Office staff friendly and helpful. Not busy at all and only full on holiday weekends. Would stay there again. Would rate it 10 if had Wi-Fi. - Pepper Dan
Jul 2013 - $15.00
This resort is very isolated, as mentioned before. We were here for 7 nights and there were only a few of us in the RV park except over the weekend when there were a few more RV's. The area was quiet and peaceful, which we appreciated. We enjoyed the small town of Clarksville & talked to many of the artisans as well as went to the Chili Cook-off. We visited some surrounding towns including Louisiana. There's a great pewter shop there. We took a day trip to Hannibal & Bowling green but there really isn't much to do in the area near the resort. The resort itself doesn't look like it's thriving but it is well kept. I loved walking my dog there since it wasn't crowded & the resort is very large with plenty of walking space. Too bad the restaurant & winery aren't open but the pool was busy & there were daily activities for the kids posted at the pool. The sites were gravel and level. We got to pick whichever site we wanted & were able to get sewer & 50 amp service. Satellite worked well and Verizon air card worked but it was slow. We would come back again for a few days but not too long as there just isn't enough in the area to keep us busy. Price is Coast to Coast. - Danni
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
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here for an overnight.
Park owners were very gracious and very helpful.
WiFi is not very good. Cell service was very poor with Verizon.
Site was level and and large enough for the coach and the toad.
Signage for park entrance could be better, as could the entrance itself.
A little pricey for the area but still worth the $ - happyflyer
Aug 2016 - $27.00
We had a long gravel & level pull through, the roads are gravel, decent grassy space between sites. CG is well maintained and landscaped. Remote location, we didn't visit Bowling Green so unsure what is nearby. 50a worked well, we didn't use the water or sewer. Open site so rooftop dish worked as did our Verizon hot spot for internet access. Staff discouraged us using their WiFi saying it was only for email and banking so we didn't use it. They were a somewhat unfriendly when we checked in. CG road is a large oval with pull throughs in the center and back ins on the outside. - big greg
Aug 2016 - $27.00
We stayed at this park as it was close to some friends. The park is neat and clean, and the owners are friendly, helpful and very nice. The cell phone reception is horrible in this area, and the wifi at the park is awful. So be prepared to be "disconnected " from the world if you stay here. Nice long and fairly level pull-through sites, good 50 amp service, water pressure was a bit low. We got a discount for staying a week, and although the park is lovely, we may not stay here again, due to lack of Internet and cell phone reception. - Vicki K
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 2012 - $45.00
Great campground, but holiday activities were not planned very well. It is a Jellystone park now and I was disappointed to find the new pool, just opened, was closed during certain hours over the holiday weekend for adult swim only. As a matter of fact, people with children were being turned away from the pool during these times even if the pool was completely empty. The alternative was the swimming area at the lake, which was nice, but one can only take so much lake water. Much of the staff didn't seem very friendly. We approached several staff during our stay for different reasons, and more often than not they seemed annoyed by our questions. With that said, the owner was awsome. She seemed to want to go out of her way to make sure her guests were happy. We will be back, but not during a holiday or themed weekend due to poor activity planning. Also, be advised you will pay 25 cents for every 6 minutes in the showers if you use the public bath house. I suggest the upper bathhouse over the lower, as the upper bathhouse has larger showers and the facilities are cleaner. - User2541
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
Sep 2016 - $26.00
Very nice park; a long drive in to access the campground. Confusing entrance once you drive in, not well signed. Folks were helpful though and guided us to the hookup area to the left of the entrance. - Maltaman
Aug 2015 - $21.00
If you enter the Park from the south, it is quite a long, but beautiful, drive to the campground. Some steep hills but all good paved roads. We stayed in the electric only area on a Friday night. All sites were full but we didn't feel crowded. Good showers not far away and nice walking trails down to and along the lake. - oldmac
Jun 2013 - $20.00
The camping park is nice , clean, well spaced sites although trees and vegetation between sites is sparse. It has a city park green space appeal to it. I like more woods and privacy but this was fine and we like full hookup so it was a trade off. It is a Basic campground. The river is not actually a river, it's a U shape small lake with lots of cussing, drinking locals yelling at their kids. Seemed like a local hang out. A small fee for use would solve that problem. The lake was filthy, my son looked like he had a 5 o clock shadow on his face. I heard this is unusual and may be due to extreme rain storms that month. - User3173