1 Park near Davisville, Missouri
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Nice Forest Service campground on the Huzzah creek. During the week in October I had the lower loop to myself. Fall colors were beautiful. The non-electric sites were nice and level. The few electric single sites are large but are unfortunately not level and the pads are narrow. There are a few double electric sites that are level but twice the price. Site 28 was the most level of the single electric sites. - Kevin5203
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This is a nice relaxing National Forest camp ground. Paved roads and paved pads. A few sites have 30 Amp electric that worked very well. Several threaded water spigots available to fill fresh water tanks from. No dump station - need to dump at a private RV resort. Huge sites but some of the RV pads were narrow with big drop offs at one or both sides of the pavement. The paved entrance road and camp roads are well maintained. The entrance road was due for some tree trimming, but it was not too bad - had to drive around a few low-hanging branches.
Overall this is a great place to get away and enjoy the forest, Huzzah creek with its really neat brown gravel and the very tall red bluffs. - eb145
May 2007 - $16.00
This is a campground that is part of the Mark Twain National Forest. The campground is located near Davisville, outside of Steeleville, Missouri. Steeleville is known as the float capital of Missouri. The Huzzah Creek runs around the campground. The campground gets its name from a beautiful red bluff overlooking the creek near the campground. This was a nice quiet campground with a 2 mile hiking trail through the park. The hiking trail was very nice and you can fish or wade in the creek. You can catch river trout and other fish in the creek. - junebug