We enjoyed our overnight stay at this park. It was quiet, shaded and a nice change of pace. We had read such negative reviews and almost didn't stay but decided to take those reviews with a grain of salt. Glad we did. The price was a little high and the grounds could use a mow. We found the goats charming and only saw one cat. The pool was clean and grounds were clean. There are a few older campers but all located on the same side of the park. I felt safe and relaxed here. I would definitely stay again. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
Run by a lovely but somewhat inept couple, they wonder why they're not full on Memorial Day weekend. The place is a dump. Dead RVs sitting here and there. Loud locals. Push on to Columbia if you can. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Check-in was quick and easy and the owner was very nice and friendly. The rate ($38.88 including tax) surprised me. Halfway on our cross country trip, this was the most expensive park we have stayed at. Roads are narrow with trees hitting the coach roof and sides. Space was just long enough for our 40 footer towing. Could not get completely level. No cable, trees blocked the satellite, and we could only get three over the air TV channels, though they advertise 9. Could not receive Wi-Fi. For the price, I would advise choosing somewhere else. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Yes, road noise and poor, dirt, interior roads. Most sites did not look level. Very tight spaces. This campground said it had big rig access. They do not. It is way too tight. Stagnant pond on grounds. We drove in and drove right back out. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
Jonesburg Gardens looks like a former KOA campground. It has many facilities available. The manager is very friendly and concerned about the welfare of the campers. Our Wi-Fi connection did not work. I did not press the issue. There were some pretty tight turns getting to our site with a lot of leaves and branches hitting the sides and roof of the motorhome. Our site was level and had 50 amp electricity, water, and sewer. It had easy access to I-70. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
OK for an over-night, but I would not choose this park for several days stay again. Interior roads are narrow with over-hanging tree limbs and bushes extending into the roadways. It's showing its age. Staff was very friendly but overall it's not a well-maintained park. There are derelict and abandoned trailers sitting around. They do have a lake for fishing. Wi-Fi was very unreliable over several days. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $30.00
Good overnight stop, just off I-70 (alto must take a parallel street to find it), about an hour from STL. Site was level and everything worked fine, alto free WI-FI was not always available or very weak. Very nice staff who helped with hookups in pitch black of night (no lighting in the campground at all). Didn't use bathrooms. Has pond for fishing. Would stop overnight here again. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $34.00
It was a good overnight stay. Gentlemen that checked us in very friendly. Looks like the place is in the middle of a renovation. Would stay again if needed an overnight stay. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
We travel during the night and sleep/rest during the day and our hosts at this campground were very accommodating - even leading us to our site after midnight! Now that is service. If we had to give this park a one word description it would be: Peace. We enjoyed sitting by the pond watching the bullfrogs hunt, a small snake slither by, robins and black birds singing and twittering about - all accompanied by a gentle breeze. The pool was pristine and we wish we could have spent some time there. Our hosts allowed us to pick fresh apricots and choke cherries for a marvelous mid afternoon snack. We would highly recommend this campground for an extended visit. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Exceptionally friendly and accommodating staff. This has been an outstanding campground in the past, but it is showing its age. It is still a good place to spend a night or two, and depending on which campsite one gets, can be great for a more extended stay. The entrance is junky, and unfortunately, presents a bad first impression. Otherwise, the hook-ups all work well. Wi-Fi works well and all major networks can be received on an antenna. Good Verizon voice and data signal. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Except-able overnight "if your tired & have to stop". Easy on off freeway. The interior roads are narrow , dusty with a dirt gravel mix base. There are a lot of overgrown tree's & bushes making for hard maneuvering . There is also a lot of rusted out old dumped disused vehicles, trailers, campers & trucks in this RV park. Water is hard. Electricity WEAK 50 amp . The office building is unfinished. The laundry facility is open to the public, as well as the swimming pool. Overall this RV park needs a lot of TLC. Owners are friendly. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $28.00
Don't let the junky entrance to this campground scare you away. It is a lovely small campground with plenty of trees. Roads and sites are gravel which were in good condition in spite of recent heavy rains. There is a playground and two fishing ponds - no license needed. Sites were long pull-throughs. My site was almost perfectly level and I did not need to unhitch for my overnight stay. The free Wi-Fi was very fast. Restrooms were clean and attractive, but not fancy. The showers were small and cramped. Freeway noise was significant during the day, but diminished considerably after 10PM. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $31.00
The sites are fairly level and the hookups are in good order. The grounds are kept mowed. I didn't have any trouble maneuvering around the park in my 34' trailer. There are a lot of construction materials piled around the place and a few old campers that appeared to be stored on the location. There are enough trees to make you feel like you aren't in the middle of farmland. The laundromat is open to the public so it contains lots of washers and dryers. The owners are smokers so the store and the restrooms have the lingering odor of smoke. There is a playground. I would stay here if I was going to be doing something nearby. The park is full during Octoberfest in Hermann. You would need to make reservations if you plan to stay here then. The restrooms are kept clean, but have some tile missing from the walls. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $34.00
70 miles west of St. Louis and convenient to Interstate I-70. There's a good bit of interstate noise, and a couple of trains overnight. O.K. for an overnight. Somewhat shabby and overpriced for what it is. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We did stay here. We looked around at the entrance and saw it was trashy. We asked to turn around to the main road, that was a mistake. The campground roads were tight and over grown trees and bushes. At one curve we rubbed against the stumps being used as barriers. Maybe a 30 foot Motor Home would be the maximum size that would fit. We camped at Jonesburg Gardens Campground in a Motorhome.