12 Parks near Huntsdale, Missouri
Jul 2012 - $28.00
Still being worked on. Bathrooms but no showers. On river and close to bike trail. Good for dogs. Lots of room during week, supposedly fills up on weekends. - mjtesky
Jun 2012 - $28.00
Quiet and out of the way. Good size slots. Host was not only gracious and accommodating, but beautiful. - Boondockdad
Jun 2012 - $28.00
The positives of this campground were full hookup plus sewer, fairly close to interstate, nice host, quiet, and a boat dock. However the negatives overrode the positives for us. The small park was right on the Katy Trail and had a lot of potential. Sadly, it was overgrown and unkempt, other campers were few and a little questionable, the store was only open on weekends, and it was riverside but not scenic. It was like camping in a farm field that had not been mowed. We meant to stay and ride the trail, but we left after one night. Would not stay here again. - busyteach
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Greeting was welcoming and accommodating as we got propane upon arrival. Nice people & park with good facilities and clean restrooms - would stay here again. - Kiwigirl
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This was a "One Nighter" but I must say a great place to stay. If we were going to be in the area for any length of time this would be number one.
Easy in an out of the campground with good long pull-through sight. A little tight between spots, but OK. Nice pool, play area for kids, and we did our morning walk through the adjacent fairgrounds and ball fields next door.
WiFi was OK, water, 50 amp, etc. very good. Great stop! - Larry Jenkins
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Very nice, well tended park. Big field at the back where dogs could play off-leash. - Lots Labs
May 2012 - $23.00
This definitely was not a family friendly atmosphere. It is a place to go and party, if that is what you're looking for. There is not easy access for full size motorhomes because of narrow roads and low trees. - Harlee79
Jun 2009 - $20.00
This is a good place to drink and party, I wouldn't take kids. It's hard to park in most sites. Weekends have many tent campers very close and walking through your area, there's very little privacy. There's one very small restroom in the store with one pay shower available during store hours and a few really nasty portable potties. I won't stop there again. - David's path
Jul 2007 - $20.00
Call in advance, the campground is pretty far out in the country and small. I'm not sure too many big rigs could be accommodated. Amenities are way down on the 1-10 scale but the location and atmosphere more than compensate. A great view of the historic Missouri River, live entertainment and friendly locals added to the ambiance. It truly feels that you've stepped way back in time. The Thai food concession added to the wonder. If your thing is bicycle riding, you're situated on 30 miles of improved RR bed - fantastic riding. Coopers Landings is out of the way but unique and we would return in a heart beat. - richb
Aug 2015 - $21.00
This is and ATV park but also has biking and hiking trails as well as a lake/water trail. It was very quiet while we were there, perhaps due to the rainy weather. Park is about 10 miles north of Columbia on 63. Not hard to find but it doesn't jump out at you either. Campground is a couple of miles from the check-in so you have to drive in to find a spot and then drive back to register. Nice shower house and paved, mostly level sites. I would avoid the place in midsummer but it has several attractions that others no doubt value. - oldmac
Aug 2016 - $28.00
This campground may be a work in progress, I hope so. It is a wonderful wooded setting. No Wi-Fi. Utilities worked but hardware was questionable. A couple miles south of I-70 and was VERY quiet. To get there, however, the road was dusty and rough including potholes. The campground entrance road also needs work. Nice people. If you are self contained and want peace and quiet this is the place. - gumper
May 2016 - $28.00
Older scenic RV park. New owners constantly updating the grounds. Mile and half from Route 70 on gravel road, best to arrive during daylight. Several pull thru gravel base sites with full hook up. Two nicely stocking fishing ponds. Close to Route 70 but very quiet. We did laundry while playing a game of pool in the somewhat rustic clubhouse. Stayed two nights, we will return. - Jeannie and Eddy
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This a good park for overnighting with lots of room and easy access sites. Owner is very friendly and led us to our site. There must be plenty to do in the area as many fellow campers we met were there for a week. The county road from the highway to the campground was indeed terribly dusty, a situation the owner can't do anything about. We were headed home so it didn't matter to us, but may have kept us away if we were in week 1 instead of week 6. - BamaRambler
Apr 2016 - $25.00
RV Express is just a medium-sized, gravel, self-check-in lot with hook-ups, but it was very convenient because it's right off the highway. We expected that highway or other noise might be a problem, but it wasn't--the park is actually pretty quiet. Area felt very safe. Wifi worked. Hook-ups worked. The park was also convenient because it's just behind a 24-hour McDonald's, a gas station, and a Subway--also across the road from another gas station and a Taco Bell--and a 24-hour Wal-Mart is a mile up the road. The park is safe, quiet, and convenient. We'd stay there again. - Good Travelers
Jun 2015 - $25.00
It's been said before, absentee owner and a drop box for your money. Crushed large stone lot, runs a little up hill to a high concrete retaining wall behind a service station. Services are very good, good water, power and sewer. 14 sites here with 7 taken by longtime residents in fairly good shape RVs. We parked in a pull through site, hooked toad up across street in McDonald's truck lot, since sites angle away from entrance. - Teacher's Pet
Aug 2013 - $20.00
This is your basic overnight stop, although we did stay a couple nites. It's self pay with envelopes and a drop slot. There were what looked like a couple permanent rigs there but otherwise not too crowded. Even though we're a 40ft RV, we opted for a back in and found one that fit. We unhooked in the McDonald's truck parking lot across the street & also hooked up there when we left. The park is all gravel, so I walked my dog across the street at McDonalds. Convenient for breakfast too. We had good Verizon cell & air card here. Boonville was a nice surprise downtown & the casino is in town too. We came to see the Clydesdales. We never saw anyone running the place but didn't need to. Know ahead of time that the pull thrus are higher in cost. We'd stay here again for an overnight. Nothing fancy but we had full hookups w/50 amp service and sometimes that's all you need or want in a place. - Danni
May 2009 - $30.00
Folks, I would pass on this campground. Very neglected. Had to pay at gas station. People were living in filth (looked like full time) in their trailers. Pool was a swamp cess-pool that hadn't been touched in years. - pahasapa
Aug 2007 - $25.00
This place is a dump. I notified Woodall's and they have pulled their rating. - Bob & Phyllis
Jun 2007 - $22.00
The roads are washed out. So if you have a sedan you will not be happy going down that road. If you go to "RV resorts", you will find this place to be a dump. If you want to experience lots of weeds, unlevel sites, bugs, rabbits, maybe some rodents, then this is a good place. The sewer line backed up after i dumped about 50-60 gal. fortunately i was dumping my gray water. The owners have not spent a dime on maintaining this CG. I think they are just offering it "as is" and will close it if people stop going. They really don't care. It costs them nothing to run since the owner is the diesel truck stop (and the girls that work there can't answer any questions about which sites have 50amp vs 30amp, etc...) We stayed to get some rest and play at the local casino. Next time, (if there is a next time), we will stay at the truck stop and forget the CG. - basistrdr
Sep 2015 - $33.00
A beautiful location with lots of trees and very few sites occupied even on a Friday night. Long pull-through sites, though only 4 sites had the 50-amp we desired. - Liv2RV
May 2015 - $29.00
The first area that could use some improvement is the signage. ---it is somewhat difficult to find the camp ground and then to find where the RV sites are located in the campground. We arrived on a Monday night and pretty much had the place to ourselves. Some bicyclists showed up at about 9 p.m. and pitched their tents right next to our RV. This is probably not what should happen since there is a separate section for tent camping. The camp location is wonderful for people using the Katy Trail, --a popular hiking and biking trail. Another not so good surprise was the electric and water hookups were only at every other RV site, meaning two sites must share one hook up. Since we had our pick of which site we wanted, this was not a problem for us but could be a problem for those who don't have hoses and electric cables long enough to reach the opposite side. The bath shower house is very much in need of cleaning and fixing up. - stocky
Oct 2014 - $32.00
We were here one night and were the only RV. The park is difficult to find; our GPS could not find it. Finally found a cop who gave good directions. Also, the staff was impossible to find; never saw a live body other than a few tent campers. Called the number on the website and always got voice mail but no callback. Finally sent email and did get response but it may have been automatic. When we left, put cash in an envelope and dropped it in a slot. This campground may be fine in summer when the Katy Trail is busy and it was fine for a one nighter but we probably would not stay here again. - Delbert
Oct 2009 - $20.00
This is primarily a mobile home park with no shower/bathroom facilities. They have 24 RV sites and we use them every time we are in the area. Gravel sites that are level. $100 per week. The hosts are pleasant and helpful!!! Good access to area attractions. - DesertRat
Jul 2016 - $18.00
We enjoyed our 3 nights at Binder Lake Park, our second visit to this quiet, wooded park. Our site (16) was very private, so our close neighbors on either side were barely visible through the leaves. The host was helpful, loaning us an extra length of hose & a splitter (as the water is shared between two sites, and was about 80 feet from our site). You might bring your own though, as he may not have enough to go around. The park has a limited number of sites, so a reservation in the summer is recommended. Also, as you come in on Business 50 to turn onto Binder Lake Road to the park, there is a very low electrical wire across the road. At 12'8", we fit under just fine, but it did cause a bit of a concern when we first encountered it. - RockyMountainMama
Jun 2016 - $18.00
Binder City Park is a small campground with 17 sites all within one loop. As you enter the campground the camp host site is on your left side. There is a steep short hill (one way) to climb before you see the first camp site. The interior road is on asphalt and all sites are on concrete. Most of the sites are fairly level. At the time of our stay, 2 of the sites were being used by long term residents.
All sites have a covered picnic area and fire ring. There is a bathhouse with 2 showers per gender. There was (2) washers costing $1.00 and (2) dryers costing $0.50 per load. All of the sites except the first 3 were under a canopy of trees. For the most part they were well trimmed.
All sites have 50/30/15 amp electrical service. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. The electrical box is situated at the back of the site. The sewer is located behind the electrical box. None of the water spigots are located within or near a site. I needed 70 feet of hose to connect to my fresh water outlet. I used 25 feet of sewer hose to reach the sewer. Some sites need even more hoses.
The park does not have WiFi. Our Verizon cell phone was roaming instead of broadband. Verizon air card had good reception. There was some train noise but it was not bad.
Reservations are recommended during the summer months.
We would come back to this campground. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Oct 2015 - $18.00
This is a nice quiet city park, though it is actually located just west of urban Jefferson City. All roads and sites are fully paved. The campground host resides in the first site as you enter the park. The sites are all back-in, and are nicely angled for easy parking. Shopping is nearby within a mile, and the Capital building is a short drive from the park.
If you need satellite access, any of the sites on the north side of the park loop (your right hand side as you drive through the loop) will work nicely.
The park is really easy to get to via good roads, but you'll need to use something like Google maps before you get there. This will allow you to confirm the route to the park off Route 50 business before you end up passing the park. This park will certainly be our first choice if visiting this area again. - Johnson's