Claycomo Missouri Campgrounds
17 RV Parks near Claycomo, Missouri
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Claycomo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Claycomo in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $45.00
We had a superlong, all paved pull-thru with paved patio and picnic table. Our pull-thru had a very gentle entry grade but did notice that a few had deep scraps in the paved road where the slope up into the pull-thru was extreme. Our pull-thru was also slightly upswept on each end but no problem since it was so long in the middle. Sites are terraced and have short tree dividers (no leaves to clear off slide covers). Wifi was excellent. Utilities located perfectly for our motorhome. Cable was not HD. GPS got us to OCEAN of FUN signs which got us in sight of the RV park per one of the other viewers and then to the left lane into the parking lot. Go slow past the toll booth as it is narrow. We registered and paid over the phone so checkin was quick. Receipt just showed the total ($43 for Thurs, $45 for Fri., Sat with GoodSam discount) so not sure about taxes. Would have stayed longer but told that the RV park closes Oct 29. Only con was the small shower stalls, one with a too short shower curtain. Pool and Spa were closed for the season. Surprisingly full for such a cold last weekend. - Markk
Oct 2017 - $43.00
The Good. concrete level site, picnic table, well manicured, wi-fi worked well, garbage container at end of each site. Water pressure excellent, hookups located well. The Bad. One side of resort is the Amusement park, the other side 4 lane road, surrounded by the Freeway so road noise all night. Busy truck center across road, trucks coming and going all night, trains blowing horns thru the night so hard to get a quiet night's sleep, cable was snowy for some channels. No signs indicating where check-in was located. - DBSnowbirds
Sep 2017 - $47.00
Very nice park, all sites are paved and level, excellent hook ups. Spacious sites with patio and picnic table. On Worlds of Fun property but very accessible to Kansas City, North Kansas City and Liberty. 15 minutes to downtown, or north for shopping, restaurants or site seeing. There is some truck traffic noise, but not any worse than other parks close to urban areas. We will stay here again. - Tomandgloria
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Campground is full of permanent residents in small, old run down campers, however the two on either side of us were very pleasant people. When we first rolled in I thought OMG are we going to be stabbed? Sites are extremely small with uneven dirt and rock surface. We never did get our RV completely level. Husband had to use extension to reach sewer. $29.95 with no discount is an outrageous amount to pay for a dump like this! Sites were so small there wasn't room to put our satellite dish out and if we would have put our awning out it may have hit the camper next to us. I would not recommend this park. As for views....there is a junkyard across the street with trees growing up through broken down tractors and rusty road equipment. - MaryIrish
Jul 2017 - $27.00
The rate was $24.95 plus $2 for a third person. We paid with a check. To get there, you have to head for the Lowe's store, then turn left and go around the store to the back, to a driveway leading past a building with a construction office in it. Behind the construction office is the entrance to the campground. We almost thought it was just a house driveway, but it led to the campground. The place was almost or entirely full when we got there, but we had called ahead to reserve a spot. RVs were parked pretty close together. We were in a area for smaller RVs, but next to us was a big fifth wheel with the truck parked next to it. The rest rooms were old, but adequate, and were in the office building at the entrance to the park. The site was a back-in or pull-in site, was level, and had full connections. - vroecker
May 2017 - $32.00
My husband called in advance before we came out to MO from Virginia. He was told by one the ladies in the office that he had to pay for the site 1 month in advance of $495 plus $100 electricity deposit. He was told that their sites were spacious and there was plenty of room to walk our dogs. So he paid their money that they demanded before we arrived. When we arrived in our opinion you'd be better off camping in a 3rd World Country. The site had small amounts of garbage towards the fence, gravel everywhere, and the only things that looked new was the swimming pool and the electric meters. As for the clientele in our opinion take your own risk.They have a spot rented out that has a garage and on the site they wanted to put us in #23, but they had a man living out of a make shift utility trailer 2 spaces down, they have a junk yard/ auto repair place next door. Simply put We value our belongings and safety . We never hooked our travel trailer up in the site, but stayed long enough to retrieve our receipts from the office door taped in an envelope with our last name written on it. All I could do is cry in disbelief of how in my opinion awful this place truly is. Inside the envelope we left a note saying "no thank you and that none of their sites would meet our needs. And that they owed our deposit back". Miller's Kampark flat out lied to us about the conditions of the campground and stole our money. They have refused to answer their phones or they send our calls to a computer answering service that sends you in circles not allowing you to leave a message especially when my husband has tried to call them asking for a refund being that we did show up. They also said they'd be there on Monday and weren't. In a so-called rv campground/ rv park like that in our opinion we'd be afraid to leave anything unattended. The aerial pictures of Miller's Kampark in our opinion were deceptive, very tight and close living conditions and filthy in our opinion. - Kristi Hoover
Jan 2018 - $29.00
The rating 4 translates to Poor which is a bit harsh, but it is below Average (5) so take the 4 rating as "Below Average." The pull-through site we used was OK but no longer level due to settling. We had a choice between stay back and be a good bit off side-to-side or pull forward and be off front to back. We pulled forward and put one block under one rear wheel and it was OK. We couldn't adjust it much do to not being able to back up with the towed vehicle. The staff was friendly and helpful on the phone and in the office. The bathrooms and showers were dirty and unfortunately were probably beyond true cleaning at this point. The building is very old. In real estate terms, that building would be a tear-down. However, the location is very close to the Truman house and presidential museum - a short drive or 1/2 hour walk if so inclined, and a shorter walk to the Oregon Trail museum. Only three pull-through sites so check availability. Most sites are back-in. - MNroadie
Dec 2017 - $30.00
Big rig friendly. We stayed 4 nights to enjoy Both KC and Independence sights. You can walk to Independence town square with restaurants, as well local museums and historic sights. No enclosed dog park or kid amenities but there is a huge grass area that's really more fun. There are a couple pull throughs but most sites are long level backing ins off a super wide road making for easy in and out. Do follow their website directions as some roads from the highway are tight, and they lead you the easiest way. - barbielab
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Decent place to park overnight while visiting Truman museum. Nothing fancy, big rig friendly, 50 amp full hookups. Near the train tracks but with windows closed, we didn't even notice. Guess after traveling the plains states, we're getting used to it. Follow directions on website otherwise you'll be driving through the church parking lot like we had to do to get turned around. - OnTheRoadLife
Nov 2017 - $15.00
Great place, sits in a convenient location near I-70 be the Arrowhead / Kaufman stadium. 10 minutes from downtown, 20 to the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Plaza shopping and Worlds of Fun. Owner was incredible. Hooked up my power, sewer and water. I stayed in the winter. It's a great spot for temporary workers. I was there 5 months, others were shorter and some longer. Lots of railroad workers. Very clean, easy to get in and out. The only downside is, there is no WiFi. I used my personal HotSpot, but ate through it fast. The spots are mixed in with mobile homes. It's very quiet, 55 and older only. Surrounded by trees, and well lit. I have s concrete slap that you back into and off street parking next to my Motorhome. Plus a small yard. - Artistkc
Sep 2016 - $30.00
My wife called several places on a Saturday as I was driving down and this CG owner was the only one to call us back. I work all over the country and this place is PERFECT if you're just stopping by or for work. It's right off of 70 right by the football and baseball fields. I worked on the west side of the city and from where I was on the east it was only a 20 minute ride. The owner made sure the grass was mowed or snow plowed as I stayed 7 months. I called on him a few times and he'd check on my RV if I was home for the weekend and my neighbors were good as well as this is a nice quiet place to stay. Shopping is very close as well. Autumn Falls is a place I highly recommend. Plus after I got here I still checked on other prices and found that no one could beat his price. So check it out for yourself you won't be unhappy. - Steele1
Aug 2016 - $30.00
After staying here for two nights, I would have to say that Autumn Falls is more a mobile home park than a campground or RV park. There are about 40 sites, most of which are used by mobile homes, but a few vacant spaces spread through out the park are used to park RV's. There are no amenities at all; you get a concrete pad between two mobile homes with utilities to park your rig. So if that's all you need, this isn't a bad place to stay. Our TT is 30 AMP but the power box was only 50 AMP so we needed an adaptor. It's only 7 blocks from the KC Royals and Saints stadiums, so it's perfect for sports enthusiasts. But, it's also right along Highway 40, which is very busy from 7AM until dark, then it quiets down a bit. However, I must say that the owner keeps the park in amazing condition. It was very clean, the grass was cut, and there was no junk lying around. He definitely went to the head of the customer service class; I wish more in his position would be just like him. - Love To Travel 2
Sep 2016 - $22.00
We just purchased our motorhome in August 2016 and this campground was our FIRST stay! So we can only give a review on what we experienced here and not compare to others. Nice roomy and level gravel campsite with view of water. 7 mile asphalt trail for walking and bikes... clean facilities... AT&T wireless had good connection, but no wifi... - Murray Mathew
Jul 2016 - $22.00
This is a Clay County park on Smithville Lake, a large lake north of KSC. To find the park on your GPS, if you put in NE 160th Street, Smithville, MO, it will take you into the park. The park information does not reflect a physical address. Reservations are made through the county website that is hard to navigate. The next or accept button is well below the screen, so it requires considerable scrolling. The price is economical without frills. It is popular for boating and fishing.
The easiest way into the park is from I-435, exit 26, then west on 92. Your next turn, about 9 miles away, is well marked. I would not recommend exit 17 because the road the GPS will bring you through has 3 narrow bridges, several sharp curves and multiple hills you can't see over until you meet oncoming traffic at 45 MPH. When you arrive, you are about 12 miles from stores.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. We were in Loop G where the lake is close. This is a 30amp, no water area; however, the electrician I spoke with says plans to up-grade the area to 50amp for next season are in discussion. We were here on a weekend and the power was around 104.
The lake is very large but quite shallow with a mud bottom that is easily stirred up by the boat traffic. The shoreline is sandy about 20' before you are into the mud bottom. None of this seemed to detour visitors.
There are 2 shower areas in the park. Each loop has a restroom building. Loop C has 50amp and water, but the area is not near the water and many large trees may block a roof mounted satellite signal. - Workamper04
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Electric & Sewer good, Water @ 60psi. Wi-Fi none. AT&T Cell Phone Good. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card Good. No Cable. My Site was acceptable. Could back in far enough that the back of the trailer extended over the back concrete barrier giving me enough room to park truck on site. Site Size was wide enough and level. Sites are far apart from each other. Great grass area behind the site to walk the dog. Roads are asphalt and were being repaved as I was leaving. DirecTV Satellite was easy to access. Payment was with credit card. - TXBobcat
Jul 2017 - $30.00
City of Smithville manages this former ACE campground. Was great in its day, but the city puts no money into it and obviously wants it to die a natural death.
Pads are gravel and dirt and have not been regraded in years. Camp hosts are nice but complain that the toilets leak on the floors and the City will not fix. Trees need maintenance. Bug control nonexistent. Roads are in poor repair.
For about $100,000, they could update it and have nightly revenue of $1,000 or more!!! Come on City of Smithville, lets get with the program!!!! - Sir_Charles395
Jul 2016 - $22.00
We have stayed here many times. We love the park and the Camp Host and her Co-Hosts make sure our family enjoys all of it. Plenty to do fish at the dam or the lake, hiking on many trails the lake's beach area is just down the road. Will continue growing our family here.
Reserve early for the holidays. They open April 15. & are full by the 16th - The Perdomo family
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This was a corps of engineers campground at one time. Nice trees. Camp host guy helped us tremendously with ac problem. Great area to walk especially to spillway from beautiful Lake. - Bga
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Attractive park, clean, security by ranger, gated. Trees at many sites. $30.00 per night should be in the mid twenties. When you come off the interstate you have to look closely at about 1/4 mile for small entrance sign to park. (it is tent shaped) could be missed at dark. I would give the park an 8 1/2 if sites were more level with gravel. - johnmack
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Nice park, close to I-70, and right off of I-470. The interior roads are asphalt, and the sites are gravel. The attendants are friendly and helpful. The park is gated, so a code is needed to drive into the park. I don't know if there have been problems there lately, but we saw the police and park rangers driving thru about every day. There is no Wi-Fi and no cable TV, but our AT&T hotspots, as well as satellite and antenna TV worked well. The sites are wide enough that you can park your tow next to the RV, if you want to. At our site, all the connections were at the back of the site, on a concrete pad, which made it easy to get connected. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, and they sell ice and firewood at the park entrance. - Bbtj
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Very nice park. Enjoyed our short stay in Lee's Summit. Sites are mostly level, nicely spaced. Electric only sites at northern end of park were probably the nicest. Would definitely stay again. - rwthomasjrfamily
Mar 2018 - $56.00
The price for this park is way to high for what it has, plus they don't offer any seasonal rates. Think they should check the sites after campers leave. We had a hard time walking around our camper on both sides because of all the dog @*&!# that was left. - Mytenhoff
Mar 2018 - $60.00
The sites are gravel and mainly level. It is far away from any highway. Actually far away from anything. It Is very overpriced. At this time of the year there are no amenities but there isn't a reduction in price. We won't be back. Wi-Fi is not secure. Sites are not particularly large. - Jobud
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Basswood calls itself a resort, but that term is questionable. I think of a resort not only having activities, but also resort type sites. The sites here are so close you can barely put out an awning without touching your neighbor. Most are gravel, with little gravel. Some are concrete, but those are also very narrow. The site I was in #96, was just the end of a road. The water did not work, so I had to attach to site #97. The park did loan me a hose so I could attach the water. On a positive, the restrooms were very clean and large. The laundry was also very nice. There are 4 small ponds (called lakes), but the water does not move. You can fish, but I did not. All in all this is ok for one night, but I would find something nicer for a longer stay. - Bwheeley
Mar 2018 - $52.00
Great friendly people! Park was a little tight but they were very helpful in helping us get in and situated. - sassyred
Jan 2018 - $35.00
Level spots, good hookups, stayed just one night. - sfedder935
Oct 2017 - $52.00
Whoa $52.oo!!! $58.00 before Good Sam discount! Extremely pricey! Just a one night stay and it was fine. You can tell they are trying to make this "parking lot" a bit nicer than it was (according to previous reviews). Paved entrance and road with gravel sites. We had plenty of room with our 57' total truck and fiver. We parked next to our fifthwheel. New picnic table and fire ring. No grass. - Full Timers 2
Jul 2017 - $21.00
This was a great value for a state park. Some of the sites in the park have 50 amp service and are paved, but we were only able to get a site with 30 amp gravel site. Good amount of space between sites, but many tall trees prevented any satellite connection. No sewer at our site but there is a dump station available. We met a group of RV's there for a mini rally. The campground host was very helpful and friendly. We could only spend 2 days here at this time, but we would come back here. - SargeW
Sep 2016 - $23.00
In additional to the nightly fee there was an $8.50 reservation fee since we booked on line!
This is a beautiful park, lots of large hardwood trees fill the park. We didn't even try to get Direct TV reception! But could get some TV over the antenna.
Only problem we had was with the configuration of our site. It was raised up from the normal forest floor in order to be somewhat level to the roadway. But that buildup was rather narrow for our 5th wheel. So when making reservation beware of that since there is somewhat of a description of the sites on the website. Once we got the rig centered on the site it made for tricky navigation from the truck to the steps of the RV. Don't let that warning keep you from this park, just fore warned is fore armed!
Dump site at entrance to the campground. No threaded tap for hooking up hose to use our Saniflush.
The park is very close to the Watkins Woolen Mill and Home. Beautiful state historic site. The campground is on the land of the former farm. Very interesting and a must see. Only $4.00 admission per person! - Rick & Karen
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Beautiful campground. The hosts were friendly and accommodating. I had trouble backing into #83 at night so the host put me in a more accessible site. Very nice shaded sites with beautiful trees. Some road and train noise but not bad for being close to KC. Clean shower rooms with hot, hot water with no timer. Some things to keep in mind: 1) Site no. 80 -93 are challenging for longer units - all back in with a drop off along the road. The sites on the downhill side looked to be easier (see campground map). 2) Beware of the 10:00p gate closing. MSP will not give you the gate code over the phone; we found that out en-route and were pushing it to make in time. - Zabanya