5 RV Parks near Danville, Missouri
Oct 2016 - $37.00
We've stayed at Lazy Day on several occasions and always have enjoyed our stay. Clean, quiet, well maintained park with plenty of room. - Rick Frazier
Oct 2016 - $34.00
This place is perfect. Second time we've stopped over night while crossing Missouri. Next time we'll spend several days here. Great owners. Our site was easy to enter and exit and was perfectly level. We could have stayed hooked up if we hadn't needed to get fuel (which we dislike doing with the trailer back). The dog park is wonderful, very big and covered in grass. The landscaping is gorgeous. Space between sites is enough not to feel crowded. Over-air TV was good. Verizon hotspot worked well. Did not try wifi which was being upgraded and we had time left on our hotspot. We will definitely be back! - all4pets
Aug 2016 - $34.00
What a little piece of paradise with quick access to the Missouri Wine Country. "Charming" campground. Attentive owners who've been here for 20 years and are quite proud of what they've built: and they should be.
One owner was previously a "concrete man" and will not have it in his campground, but he spends hours with a front-end loader making sure the rock gravel in each campsite is level. Our final campsite had a fire ring, but they offered to bring us one at the initial campsite offering. They moved us a little closer to the restroom-showers due to the advanced age of one of our party who has difficulty walking. Without us asking.
Excellent landscaping and the "hired hands" are pretty much clones of the owners. They do regret the one or two irritable campers they get each year, but otherwise love what they do, and it shines through. You MUST check out the restrooms' decor: all hand-painted by the lady owner.
Quiet even though near the highway. Fire wood is $6 for 10 very nice sized pieces (do NOT bring in your own), and there is a nominal charge for using the immaculate swimming pool. An Airstream caravan was here enjoying the area and using the campground's club room for events. The totem poles throughout the park are interesting sites. And, the dog lovers will love the dog park, equipped to accommodate both city dogs and country dogs.
What a great place, whether camping for a while, or just a night. This park is obviously a labor-of-love for the owners and now, this customer. We WILL stay here again.
Within a short, beautiful drive to Hermann. Almost every site is pull-thru, and while close together, are positioned to maximize privacy (if you want it). Most sites are not treed, but some are available. I guess it depends if you own a camper or a travel trailer. - Rokitman
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Based on the reviews on this site, we had decided to stay at another campground around 2 miles down the road from Kan-Do. However, as we could not find anyone there, we drove back to Kan-Do, which is right next to the interstate.
Kan-Do is a very large campground with spacious sites. There are full hookups or only electricity and water, but all the hookups we saw were dated, and our waterspout did not work. Luckily, most sites were vacant and we were able to go to a different site. Some waterspouts are shared between two sites, which means you must have a long hose if you happen to be on the wrong side of the spout. Most sites have picnic benches and although ours did not, we "borrowed" one from another site which was vacant. Our site was fairly level but we saw quite a few sites that were not level. There is a fairly large children's playground but unfortunately most of the equipment was in a bad state of repair. The pool was shut but we were told it would open in May. The bathrooms are quite a long walk if you are on the far end of the campground. There are also quite a few long term residents. The Wifi was excellent, although this may be because so few campers were there to use it. - hmcity
Jun 2016 - $44.00
We stayed here as an overnight when nothing else could be found. Should have kept driving. Lady owner is very nice and folksy. Roads are dirt with a little gravel. We had a pull-through site and the motorhome was able to level. Water was accessed by pulling two hoses together and across to right side of the coach. Wires were hanging out of the conduit, no 50 amp breaker, just slap it in as quick as possible and hope for no arc. It was dependable with 122 volts on L-1 and 123 on L-2. Wiring worked but was scary looking. Lot of dust every where. One thing that can be said positive was a nice new looking pool with a lot of people swimming. Hookups were at the rear of the pull-through site. It would have taken at least 30 feet of sewer hose to reach the dump. - Ole Jake
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Stayed in the park for one night. Just wanted a place to plug into and drain the tanks and check e-mail. No Cable and no TV reception. WiFi was hit or miss, mostly miss. Site was fairly level and mostly dirt and gravel, it was raining so it was muddy. Had to use 40 feet of drain line to reach the septic connection but we were towing a car and it was a pull through and that's what we requested. - tlrpilot
Sep 2015 - $21.00
Pretty park. Restrooms were old and not too clean. Lots of trees around the site. OK for an overnight stop. - living large
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Nice but a tight place to get into if you are in a large motorhome unit greater than 35'. No drive through sites available. We stayed one night passing through, the 30 amp service was adequate but it tripped often due to a weak breaker in the box. We reported the problem to the maintenance staff and they were on it right away. We will stay again if in the area. - birdbrains
Jun 2013 - $23.00
Wonderful, friendly host allowed us to drive around the loop and pick our site. Nice wooded sites. Road just a little tight for our 30' Airstream, but we got in OK. Will stop here again. - SilverOtter
May 2017 - $36.00
The owner's are delightful, both on the phone and in person. It's pretty, a little funky, quiet. The campground is north of the I-70 Freeway. The cost was a lot less than closer to St. Lewis or Kansas City. See below for important hint. - pbnana4
Nov 2016 - $33.00
I find this to be a little gem of a park, but bear in mind that I came during off season, so it is practically empty and appears to be extremely spacious (it's hard to tell how close other trailers would be, but there does appear to be enough space between sites). The roads within the campground are a little narrow, but we were still able to navigate them, and the wifi has much to be desired. Otherwise I find this place to be very serene. Obviously, the pool is closed for the season, but it looks to be a nice area. There's a nice playground for the kiddies (DH and I even swung on the swings!) and 2 little lakes where you can fish without a license. Allegedly there's bass and some other stuff stocked there, but I wasn't able to try). The owner was very nice and helpful. I would definitely come back again. - cherylbrv
Aug 2016 - $35.00
interior roads a little tight, good gravel. Pool was very nice. Staff very friendly and helpful. - susy1313
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Great place to access the area wineries and tour the quaint German town of Herman. - Ms Mellie
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Park phone number is monitored on weekends by the police department. Was told to find a parking spot without a reserved sign and park there. Arrived and all but three sites were reserved with tags but the park had only about ten rvs. It seems the tags are left until the next time the site is reserved. Most were a week old. I mentioned this to a park department employee and was told his boss did not think it was important enough to remove the old reserved tags. Very sad leadership example from the park department supervisor. Nice park very well kept just some old attitudes keep it from being a great value and park. - boomerlee
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Great little park. They have mostly back-ins, but 3 of the 18 sites in the main park are pull through's. The utilities are well-placed and worked well. There is an additional RV parking area just across the park with full hookups, all paved back-ins. These are sites 19-43. We enjoyed our stay here. There is no Verizon internet in Hermann, but they tell me that ATT works well. Our Verizon cellphone worked OK. We got just one primary OTA channel. It's an easy 10-min walk to the public library, open at 9:00. They have open wifi there. We'd definitely stay here again if in the area. - wntrtxn