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7 RV Parks near Eagleville, Missouri
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Stayed here several times over the years and it remains a nice owner operated campground in Northern Missouri. We had site 4 which we've had before and it's a nice long pull through with full hook ups that work and is pretty level side to side and fore and aft. Small camp store and small laundry on site. Talked to owners and they will be open until mid November if you need a place for an overnight off the interstate. But folks be aware there is NO OTA tv so bring your dish if want television. Jet pack hot spots do work though. - xarmoreddriver
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Very nice campground on owner occupied land. Nice pool and beautiful flowers and lots of trees. A small lake was a treat for our dog! Would stay again, good experience. - skier1947
Jul 2018 - $30.00
We were on our way to family get together and needed a campground to stay at. Brought our tents and what a co-incidence it was similar to name of resort our grandmother worked at. Lady at campground was very nice and gave us lots of info to go on. Hoping our grandparents can make it here to stay yet this year. - kaths
Sep 2012 - $18.00
Nothing fancy here. Just a quick pull-thru with full hook-ups for $18 - Good Sam discount - regular $20. Easy in and out, and close to I-35, but far enough away to be out of the noise. Good Verizon signal. Cable tv worked well, but there are only 5-6 channels. Supper at the Dinner Bell Cafe near the I-35 junction was good and reasonable. If you are looking for an over-nighter on I-35, stop here. - herbee
Nov 2010 - $18.00
I-35 is a small eleven full hookup site campground located less than one half mile from I-35. The positives are (1) easy off, easy on, (2) friendly owner, (3) clean, (4) fairly level pull-thrus, and (5) inexpensive. The negatives are (1) very narrow sites, (2) some sites rutted, (3) no TV reception (the two cable channels were snow and there was no over-the-air channels), and (4) limited bathrooms. There was at least one long-term resident living in a school bus. It’s a good place to spend the night if you want the basics. - Alamo
Sep 2010 - $18.00
Old run down campground with gravel and grass sites, ours was not level. Nice owner. They don't take credit cards and cable TV is only 2 channels. Not a destination, but fine for an overnight and the price is right. We would not return. - Wandering Wishnies
Oct 2017 - $15.00
A lovely little park in Iowa close to the Missouri border. Lots of trees, a small fishing lake, ponds, and hiking trails. On a Friday night in mid October there were 3 campers here, though I bet it is more popular in the summer. The sites are long, but there are trees that make getting the right angle in a back in or pull through rather challenging. We managed it though, and we were rewarded with a nice patio area, fire pit, and picnic table. The sites were fairly level. Good Verizon cell service, but no broadcast TV available. We didn't put out the satellite for the one night stay. - UTTransplant
Apr 2017 - $11.00
We were here for one night on our way home. Since it was before mid April the restrooms and showers weren't open. They look to be newer. Sites gravel, some more level than others. No problem with branches. Water by hydrant so you need to fill tank. No tv by antenna. Got 4g service. As we were here so early I can't comment on how it would be here with more rigs as far as noise and wood smoke. Not sure I would say this is big rig friendly. - coffeeman1
Jun 2015 - $16.00
We stay here several times a year. They have brand new bathroom facilities. Lake is beautiful and great fishing. We love this campground. The park ranger monitors campground well and always makes sure rules are being followed in regard to respecting your fellow campers. The sites aren't all the most level or sized great but are very sufficient. - JulieDR
Jun 2015 - $16.00
The outer campground itself is a grid of gravel - roads and sites. Ours site was 100% flat and level, no need to unhook! The back-for-the shower-house-area of the campground is terraced so the sites also appear to be mostly level. During our weeknight stay, there were few other campers. The entire campground is surrounded and canopied by trees. Our site was a bit damp from the earlier rain, but without puddles.
My Verizon did not work here - ok by me.
With no time to spend in the park, we did not get to explore, so we would return. - AluminumCloud
Oct 2006 - $7.00
This is a small, quiet, grass campground located on the edge of town at the County Fairground. Sites are mostly level and water is available from hydrants with a long hose. Would be a 10 if they had a dump station available, but contact the city maintenance and they will allow you to dump in city sewer in town for a small fee. For the price and location, it is a good value and we have stayed there several times while visiting family in area. - Bullrider
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Went to this park for overnight based on Good Sam/Trailer Life rating but did not stay. Park is very hard to find, behind service station/convenience store in industrial area with no entrance sign near road. Of the 10 sites only about 4 are usable due to tree limbs. Checked power with Surge Guard, only 90 volts available on 50 amp plug. Don't know about 30 amp plug, Surge Guard would just disconnect. Possible open ground, reverse polarity or whatever? This is such a dump that even if the power had been good we would not have stayed. I am thoroughly upset that Good Sam would even list this site. - P Martin
Aug 2016 - $15.00
30 sites 16 electric, 30 & 50amp. All back in sites with water available on site. large clean restrooms & showers good fishing. Free dump station at Fair grounds 15 electric & 10 non electric. - Edd505