8 Parks near Jonesburg, Missouri
Aug 2016 - $35.00
interior roads a little tight, good gravel. Pool was very nice. Staff very friendly and helpful. - susy1313
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Sites are gravel or grass. The trees limbs need to be trimmed really bad to prevent damage to sides of coach. The owner did not seem to be concerned. 50/30 amp service with water and sewer.
The sign identifying the park location on the perimeter road was hanging down so we missed the turn and had to get back on interstate and return to the proper exit. - Gesmone1
Jun 2016 - $36.00
It isn't a bad place and we'd stay again. Price is ridiculous: charging KOA rates for a run down campground. The good: it is quiet; safe; good utilities; convenient to the Interstate; owners are nice. The bad: price; price; no WiFi. It would not take much to spruce up the place and make it more presentable. - belgique
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
Jun 2014 - $28.00
We spent on night here on our way west. Friendly and helpful staff. The bath house could use some updating/repair. If you want a level site, do not chose one with shade. - chperry
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
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Beautifully landscaped campground, sites easy to access, easy access from the interstate. Additional $7.00 for 50 amp and taxes. - Mustcamp
Jul 2016 - $32.00
We stopped there for one night. They have nice very long pull-thrus with full hookups. That was perfect as we didn't have to unhook from our travel trailer. The owners are very nice and friendly. Helped us get settled on our site, Came back to make sure we had an 30/50 amp adapter. I would definitely stop there again. - Nathalie Bergeron
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
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We camped here on a Sunday. Sites are reserved on weekends but many free sites by Sunday afternoon when we got there. I thought this was a lovely park with nice shade but not too much as we were able to use our dish with no problems. Full hookup site - back in. Asphalt pad was nice & level with picnic table & fire ring. Many wineries in the area & Hermann has a trolley that will pick you up at campground & take you to & from all of them for a low rate all day pass. We parked close to the road, however, and had a lot of traffic noise. We will definitely stay here again. - bgw5350
Oct 2013 - $30.00
We were at this park during the week of the last week of the Hermann Octoberfest, which is on the weekends in October. They only take reservations for the weekends and every site was booked with some reservations starting on Thursday. The full hookup sites were nicely graveled back-ins and pull-throughs. A few were long enough for big rigs. They are not that far away from the main highway through town and there is traffic noise during the day. With the windows closed, we did not hear anything at night. The electric/water sites are all back-ins in a large paved lot (RV length not really an issue for these sites). They are farther from the highway, but are a good distance across an atheletic field to the bathroom and showers. While the facilities were clean, the concrete floor needs repainting giving the appearance of being dirty. There were some trees for shade but we had no trouble placing the dish where we could get a satellite signal. 3G Verizon internet was slow as it is in many rural areas. We saw some folks walking their dogs or jogging but since the weather was cool, the park was not busy. - trailertraveler
Apr 2013 - $20.00
This park is probably quiet nice in the spring, but the weather was cold and rainy when we camped here, which caused the lower rating. There is a lot of road noise as the campground sits at the intersection of MO-19 and MO-100. The bathrooms were "closed for cleaning" the entire time we were there. There were a lot of local teens in the park after hours, which made it a little creepy. We paid for two nights, left after one night. - Glory Bee
Sep 2015 - $14.00
This park has mostly long-term residents with a few very unkempt units. Dog etiquette is not enforced so feces may be anywhere. Most sites have side by side hookups. Interior roads are a terrible with very lumpy pavement but sites are of good concrete with attached concrete patio areas and of adequate length for big rigs. The sites are not necessarily level from side to side but they are smooth. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided. Utilities are reliable but water pressure is somewhat low and Wi-Fi is sluggish. AT&T phone and data reception are functional. The park is in a quiet rural setting and the owners are friendly. The rate is monthly. - never settled
May 2014 - $19.00
The campground is in need of many things. There is no website or means for reservation. Called the owner and says “Yep, we have a space for ya, we’ll be waitin’”. No deposit, no name, no confirmation, just come on in. Nobody to greet us when we arrived (about 3:00) so we just found a space and set up. We did not actually register or pay (cash or check only) until the next afternoon. A little too casual for a business. It’s out in a rural area, so no big city noise, which was nice, but it’s a ten mile drive to anything. The roads are various layers of asphalt with many potholes, a real mess; creeping speed only. Overhead branches need to be trimmed to accommodate larger RV’s in the front sites, the rear sites have smaller trees. While we were there we had issues with birds (Starlings) trying to build nests under the coach. Decent spacing between sites with grass. Concrete pad (in fair condition) for RV and picnic table (tables are in poor condition). Fire rings at most sites. Mail/UPS service is odd. All items are delivered to a house down the road regardless of how they are addressed. No cable, but decent over the air channels from St. Louis. Free WiFi running at about 3.0 mbps. Good enough for non-HD streaming. The laundry building is part of the club house which is in rather poor condition. The laundry machines are old and very tired. Machines are $1.25 each. The shower/restroom building had been recently demolished so a new one could be built. No events organized by the park. Most campers are long term and keep to themselves. The overall opinion of this park is that there is little to attract campers and not much for kids to do. The owners barely keep up with basic maintenance and almost nothing for improvements. The park will probably close once the owner is gone. If you’re looking for a cheap, quiet, off the beaten path campground then this is it. But remember, you get what you pay for. We will find somewhere else next time. - Wiyndog
May 2013 - $12.00
This park is occupied mostly by long term workers staying in the area. Interior roads are very poor and the bathrooms are terrible. Most sites are pull-through with concrete pads. Utilities, including WiFi are very good. The park is surrounded by pastures and is quiet except for the sound of sheep. Amenities include a club house, laundry, fishing pond and very limited playground equipment. Not a vacation destination but we would stay here again for a base in the area. - never settled
Aug 2015 - $21.00
If you enter the Park from the south, it is quite a long, but beautiful, drive to the campground. Some steep hills but all good paved roads. We stayed in the electric only area on a Friday night. All sites were full but we didn't feel crowded. Good showers not far away and nice walking trails down to and along the lake. - oldmac
Jun 2013 - $20.00
The camping park is nice , clean, well spaced sites although trees and vegetation between sites is sparse. It has a city park green space appeal to it. I like more woods and privacy but this was fine and we like full hookup so it was a trade off. It is a Basic campground. The river is not actually a river, it's a U shape small lake with lots of cussing, drinking locals yelling at their kids. Seemed like a local hang out. A small fee for use would solve that problem. The lake was filthy, my son looked like he had a 5 o clock shadow on his face. I heard this is unusual and may be due to extreme rain storms that month. - User3173
Jun 2013 - $19.00
Our first time camping here in many years, and we had a very pleasant midweek stay. Previous reviewers have commented about the steep hills which we also experienced on our way in. However, after talking to a frequent camper to the park, we found out about another route. We decided to go out this way. The park can be entered from Hwy KK from the north, and these hills weren't quite so windy and steep! We'll definitely return next time this way, even though it is longer. The campground has four loops, each with a different flavor. The most woodsy and private are the two loops that have basic sites with no hookups. At the end of each of these is a long staircase (100+ steps) that descends to "Lake Lincoln" and the foot trail that encircles it. If you hike counter clockwise from the campground you come to the beach area. The basic sites area has water spigots throughout and a vault toilet at the end of one of the loops. A third loop has electric only, and these sites are a little less private, but shaded nonetheless. This is where the only shower house is located, and the 3 pull throughs. There is a gate at the end of this loop that separates the general campground from the scout area-- at the end of this loop is a third staircase down to the lake, and the most direct walking route to the beach. The fourth loop is laid out on a grid, the sites are more densely packed, but these sites are full hookup. This area does not have a showerhouse, but does have flush toilets. The dump station is located in this area. The restrooms were cleaned daily, and the hosts showed up to pick up and check sites after people checked out. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our rate reflects a $2/night handicapped discount and was for an electric only site. - midcenturynana