12 RV Parks near Cole Camp, Missouri
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cole Camp. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cole Camp in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This campground is a 55+ park and you should call to reserve a site. The owners are semi-retired and may not be at the campground. The correct phone number is 660-596-1174.
The campground has about 28 sites, most sites have 30 amps, and the rest have 50 amp electrical services. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. That might change if the park was filled. Picnic tables are available.
The electrical box, water and sewer are all located in the middle of the site. The sewer was in between the electrical box and water spigot. There is a bathroom with 3 showers per gender. There is also a laundry room, but it was not open during our stay.
The campground was basically an open area with a few trees on crushed stones. The sites were very level. Most of the sites are back-ins but there are a few pull-thru's. All of the sites can accommodate a large rig.
The entry way to the park is very narrow; you will need to swing wide in order to clear the curbs.
WiFi was available and the reception was good. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was also good. Cable TV was not available
The campground is very quiet at night. We would definitely come back if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Jun 2014 - $33.00
Nice setting, quiet, clean. Not much shade. - Marilynintexas
Aug 2013 - $25.00
No extra amenities at this park but it is quiet and clean. The owners are very nice. The spots were close together, but we could easily back in our 50 foot RV because the road was wide & there was room for our tow. We were here for the Missouri State Fair and the park was pretty full. Be sure to have a reservation as they don't take people without one. It's on the southern side of Sedalia so you do have to drive through town from the Interstate but the road is decent. Sites were level & gravel. Satellite was good, as well as Verizon cell & air card. Plenty of room to walk the dog. We would definitely stay here again. - Danni
Aug 2014 - $22.00
OLD park with new owners who are attempting to make some renovations. Very few sites for big rigs. We had electrical problem at our site. After six workers spent several hours attempting to fix it (unsuccessfully), we were moved to a different site. One of the owners was rather rude and unconcerned about the situation; the other was more willing to try to find a solution. Given the one owner's attitude, the electrical problems, and lack of big rig sites, I would not stay here again. - Heart
Apr 2017 - $5.00
Beautiful setting right on Truman lake. Very quite and dark at night so the night sky can be enjoyed. There is a boat ramp, beach and some new sites that have water. The woods are beautiful and the morning sunrises breathtaking. - PhredFromIL
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We camped here for 2 nights while visiting the Missouri State Fair. Campground is basically a huge field with first come, first served basis and it was packed! There are full hookups but they are hard to find & hard to get. That said, it was a good place to camp & enjoy the Fair. There was a tram that would make it's rounds through the campground & take you into the Fair. It was a little noisy at night but everyone around us were friendly and nice. We enjoyed it and will be back next year. - bgw5350
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Stayed there during this year's State Fair, so the campground was busy and crowded. We camped in the exhibitor's area, which is adjacent to the livestock barns, so had new neighbors coming in every 3 or 4 days. Couldn't ask for more friendly campers who were there showing their animals, whether pigs, horses or rabbits. Noisy from the midway, but wasn't a big problem. Streets are gravel, so can be dusty with the traffic. - gfarmcafe
Jul 2015 - $56.00
Stayed there for a Passport America Rally. It is a fairground campground, but not the nightly camping area which is at the front of the fairgrounds. We were parked in the big "rally area" with full hook ups. Have stayed there twice (both for large rallies) and both times we were parked in same area with broken electrical. Sites are grass and when it rained, several people were stuck and had to be pulled out. Were there over Jul 4 so had good view of the city fireworks. - bob and phyl
Sep 2012 - $18.00
Six of us with motorhomes, 5th wheels and on travel trailer spent one night on the way to The Escapade at Sedalia, MO. Lots of trees but no problems other than lack of satellite service. Deer Rest Camp Park is a quiet secluded, urban lakeside campground which is conveniently located in the Warsaw, Truman Lake and Western Lake of the Ozark areas. Good paved access rd. From Jct of US-65 & Hwy 7 (N of town), S 0.75 mi on US-65 to Warsaw exit (E Main), W 0.3 mi to Hackberry Dr, 0.1 mi (R). Good gravel interior roads. This park disappeared from major guides around 2000. We would use it again for a one or two night stop. No evidence of long term people. Friendly staff. - johnwadams
May 2017 - $21.00
We stayed in the Buck Ridge section (campsite 112) over Memorial weekend, and it was great. Sites are very spacious and private. Pad was good size, asphalt and pretty level. The campground has a beautiful canopy of trees, allowing for lots of shade over sites. You get a picnic table and fire pit with each site. Unfortunately, there isn't water available at each site, but there was a spigot a few sites down from us. Bathrooms were very clean, and our only complaint about them was lack of hot water. The hosts were gone all weekend which was frustrating, especially since there was no one there to enforce quiet hours. (We stay up pretty late, but I'm talking 1:00 AM and still lots of noise.) The trails are great - lots of animals and interesting plants/flowers to see. Swimming areas were closed, due to flooding, so can't review those. I would have liked to see a couple of fishing piers. Seems the only real fishing we could do was from a boat. On this holiday weekend, there were quite a few activities for the kids - lessons on mammals that live in the area, kite flying, bird feeder building, guided trail hikes, outdoor movie in the amphitheater, etc. they loved it! Overall, I would highly recommend this campground. We loved it and will definitely be back. - Letsgetitpoppin
May 2014 - $20.00
This was a REALLY nice, clean state park--one of the best we've ever visited. The sites were well spaced and very private. The web site also gives good information on slideout restrictions based on trees and other vegetation. Pay attention to this, several of the sites would not have been able to accommodate our slideouts. We stayed in the Buck Ridge campground and it was well-suited to our 38 footer. The roads were also well maintained and made the sites easy to back into. The only negative about this state park is that it is quite a distance from the town of Warsaw and there is really not much to do in this park other than hike--there is a nice lake and beach, but no fishing pier (you must rent a boat to fish or go elsewhere.) If you are looking for peace, quiet and privacy, this is a terrific state park. If you are traveling with kids I'd go elsewhere or bring a boat. - MN Bound
Sep 2012 - $21.00
Another great MO state park campground. The restrooms were dated but clean. Level blacktop sites with electric only were $21 per night. The area surrounding the campground is beautiful. We felt we were all alone as the sites are well spaced and there were not many campers there in September. - katinfoco
Jun 2017 - $10.00
We stayed here 2 nights while fishing on Truman Lake and have stayed here in previous years. The National Parks Pass makes the stay quite economical. Our site was roomy widthwise, but almost short for a full-size motorhome. Level sites are an issue. The park is a Core of Engineers campground and nicely located on Truman Lake - also at same turn off Hwy 7 for Long Shoal Marina, where we met our fishing guide for the day. It does need more updating of restroom/shower building and grooming of campsites for modern vehicles. - gbburgess
May 2009 - $24.00
We reserved ahead, site unseen, for a holiday weekend, and were required to pay for 3 days. They claimed to have sites for RVs up to 50', but getting into the sites without damaging your rig is almost impossible. There are low branches, sharp turns in the campground, no cell phone coverage, no satellite (lots of trees). The owners seemed nice enough, and when we requested a refund, they complied right away. It would have been a long weekend without phones, internet, or TV, and only 30 amp electric. - Like 2 Bike
May 2006 - $26.00
The campground had only one good site. All the others faced the highway. If you sat outside, it was like you were watching indy 500 and the sound was continuous. We were unable to walk to the stream because the weeds were knee high. - sdagp
Jul 2008 - $6.00
We stayed in this park for a full month because of the price. It is located on a gravel road and does not have very many amenities but the owners are very nice. The showers and laundry room were kept clean and the park was quiet. We were gone during the day but at night we couldn't pick up TV and there were so many trees we couldn't get the satellite to get signal either. We have a very small trailer so getting in was no problem but a big rig (40'+) couldn't fit if the 30' travel trailer that tried to get in next to us was any indication. Overall we liked the laid back owners and especially the price but this is definitely a "roughing it" type of park if you are addicted to city life. - RVcowboy