2 Parks near Jefferson City, Missouri
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
Sep 2015 - $18.00
This is a very nice city park, a little outside the city. It was very quiet, very wooded and very private. The sites are paved and easy to get into. Probably the only downside would be sharing the water with your neighbor. Ours was ok, but others had to run 2 hoses to get to the hydrant. Most sites would be hard to get satellite reception due to the trees, but it was very nice to have the shade. We stayed here 2 nights and would definitely return. We camped in a 32' Fifth Wheel. - jacknpeg
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This is a very nice, small city park. Full hookups. You connect to the water with an elbow used with your neighbor. This is not a problem but requires a long water hose. The site a long and paved. Every site has a covered picnic table, grill & fire pit. Very quiet. We would stay here again. - leclay
Sep 2013 - $24.00
Paid $23 plus $1.25 tax per night for a nice long, level 50 amp full hook-up pull thru site. The site was gravel, but the grass had grown over so it seemed like more of a grass site, but with a very solid base. So there would be no problem with a lot of rain. This campground is also a working marina. There were lots of small boats and outboard engines around the main building. That is probably the main complaint from the July 2010 review. However, this is not that bad of a campground and deserves a much better review. TV via batwing was very good with 10 very clear stations. Our Verizon cell did not have a lot of bars, but we had service and our broadband was actually very good at 4G. If your looking for a resort, look elsewhere. But, for a nice quiet place for a few nights this is a good place. Just east across the Osage River is a Sport's Bar attached to a bowling alley that has very good food and burgers. After crossing the river take two quick lefts onto the old road to get there. There is also another campground over there. - Bob and Inga
May 2013 - $20.00
This RV Park is attached to a boat repair facility and within walking distance of a boat ramp access point for fishing the Missouri River. Fishermen in totally self contained RV's must be its main clientele. The sites are level grass and mostly shaded. There is a small playground, but it is located almost in the main driveway. The shower had plenty of hot water and the mud dauber nests had been cleaned off the walls. There are only 2 bathrooms for the whole park. We were able to move to a more open site in order to get satellite TV. The road noise made my husband leave the fan on all night, but I did not find it objectionable. The park is easy to find and close to Hwy 50, but about 10 miles from downtown Jefferson City. - WNC Traveler
Jul 2010 - $21.00
We stayed here 3 days only because we couldn't find anything closer to Jefferson City. It is a joke for an RV park, more of a junk yard with a few permanents. They ran my credit card twice and still didn't get the amount right, I went down the next morning to tell the owner and he took my extra money with no more than a half-hearten thanks. If I am heading to Jefferson City again, it will be Wal-Mart for me. We will NOT stay here again. - cbor