10 Parks near Lebanon, Missouri
Oct 2016 - $30.00
A first class Missouri State Park of which they can be very proud. We are not fisherman, but the trout fishing apparently is world class. The bottom campground can hold any size rig and has full hook ups. There is a VERY steep paved road up the hill to all the other campgrounds, which are not as level or open as the bottom area. I would never take a larger rig up that steep hill. I would estimate the grade close to 20%. Reservations, we hear, are a must, and we were lucky to get the last available site when we were there. Good cell reception. This was a gem and we are glad we got into see it. Some campgrounds shut down the water after October 15th for freezing prevention. - elduque
Sep 2016 - $26.00
Full hookup campground has level, paved, reasonably sized sites. Within a few yards of the trout stream that seems to be the main attraction. I'm not a fisherman but this is still a great place to visit. They have several campgrounds including the whole range of amenities from none to full hookups with wifi. The wifi isn't great but it's better than most campgrounds. - ljr
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Campground located in a state trout park. Very nice campground, well laid out and very maneuverable with a large rig. The lodge has nice restaurant that caters to the fishing crowd. - SL592
Sep 2008 - $20.00
Stopped here on our way from Clinton MO to Tulsa OK. Only a few sites are available as most of the other sites seem to be full-time or seasonal. Check-in person was friendly. Would probably look for something closer to I-44 if in this area again. - Suddjian
Aug 2007 - $20.00
Store in front is nicely stocked, close to Bennett Spring State Park, beautiful pool, clean facilities. LP Gas and Firewood (ice too) sold at campground also. Less than 10 minutes outside of Lebanon, off I-44, and about 5 minutes from Bennett Spring State Park. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel with electric, water, and sewer hookups. We did have to use leveling blocks, but nothing major. There is a large tent camping area in the rear of the campground. Shower house is clean - laundry room available too. There are a lot of RV campgrounds around the area - this one is one of the best. - CortezRV
May 2008 - $22.00
You have to take a two lane country gravel road to get to it and it is very twisty, but it is worth the peaceful serenity of the campground when you get there. The RV sites are not fancy, basically a grass field with some RV sites set up with electricity and water to hook up to. Campground sponsors float trips down the Niangua river. Mostly caters to tent campers or I guess Boondockers, but I've never seen anyone do that. This is definitely a family campground. They will run rowdy drinkers off or not allow them to set up camp to start with. They have a really neat tepee setup to stay in as well. Check out the web site for more info. - texasbrons
Mar 2012 - $8.00
Price is based on a monthly rate of $245. The restrooms and showers are very clean. Spots are narrow but they stagger where you park with in effect gives you two sites. Sites are gravel and level or close to being level. This park is 3 1/2 miles from the main entrance to Bennett Spring State Park where you can fish for trout. There are restaurants close by. We will stay here if in the area again. - daverich
Sep 2012 - $16.00
Difficult to find; GPS couldn't find it. 7 sites among trees and grass behind a motel. The two pull throughs had tight access, difficult to get into. #5 has trees on left and tree stumps on right. It was peaceful, OK for overnight - AFChap
Jul 2008 - $16.00
Grass sites behind a Motel along the side of the property next to dense trees and brush. I wouldn't try to get anything over 40 ft in here. This is a passport park, but even the passport rate is high for what you get. - Joe T
Jul 2016 - $33.00
We stayed here for one night on our way home from the Indy 500. (it gets a 5 star rating for just having a great shower for the first time in 4 days! :)
Beautiful park, with lots of space. We appreciated that we were given a site far from other campers, since the park wasn't very busy. It was nice to have some privacy after spending 4 nights smooshed together at the race. We would definitely come back. - jensenly
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Right accross the highway from Bennett Springs State Park entrance.
Hummingbirds galore. Large level concrete pads, spacious sites, grassy, clean. Great value on float trips and river front access for swimming or fishing, laundry and playground. Hot spot at the office.
We stayed here 4 nights for a Pony Express HitchHiker Rally.
Staff were very friendly. Not much shade as the trees a still very young.
Also have a long term section that is extremely reasonable.
Definitely would come back. - Calibrateguy
Apr 2016 - $35.00
This was a very nice park on the Niangua River. It was typical RV park spaces with full hookups that were level and about 15 ft between RVs. It was early in the season so there were few campers, it would be very busy if full as there are a lot of sites. - viadelmangos
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Good campground right off I-44 for overnight stay. Beautiful trees in a rustic campground setting. Full hookups, firepits, grill, and picnic table. Our site (#35) was gravel/dirt pull-through that was plenty long for our 5th wheel and truck. It wasn't perfectly level, but not too bad. Staff was friendly and provided an escort to our site. A little noise from the highway but that's to be expected when campground has such easy access to I-44. Not far from grocery stores, restaurants, and fuel. - Smashcamp
Sep 2016 - $28.00
All gravel pull thru sites in different lengths. Mostly level. The park seems to go into disrepair, and the facilities needs to be maintained better. Some noise from the highway, but not excessive. OK for a overnight stay while travelling, but IMO not a destination park. - Jensvilhelm
Mar 2016 - $27.00
OK overnight stay traveling south. Roads and sites are gravel, site was fairly level and long enough to not have to unhitch. Roads were narrow with tight turns. Quite a bit of highway noise even with all vents closed. Several miles into town for take out food. - Mudpuppy78
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a campground not a RV resort. It would be ok to stay for a couple of days if you enjoy camping and it has not been raining. Rain makes the area very soggy. The hosts are very pleasant and helpful.
The 1.3 mile road used to access the campground is extremely narrow and very steep. It goes down to the river so when you leave the campground it is a steady climb out.
There are several low hanging branches, both in the campground and on the road, that make it impossible to move any vehicle with height, such as a 5th wheel or a motor home, without dragging branches.
IMO, this is not suitable for an overnight stop nor is it big-rig friendly. I would not stay here again. - davebennington
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Stayed here in a back up space close to restrooms. The only issue was the road getting there was very narrow and damaged, also the gravel roads in park need some help as well. The staff there are all very kind. - eagle94
Jul 2012 - $25.00
We spent 4 nights here over the July 4th holiday. They offer many resort-type amenities. This place is VERY remote and in a lower elevation area. There was NO cell/wireless Internet coverage; No off-air TV and the park's Wi-Fi and cable service was not functional. Some spaces are open for satellite TV. Having said that, we liked this resort and would go back. Very quiet. Friendly owner/manager. - foretraveller
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Very tight, speed bumps that were not needed because of the large potholes. Very close to the interstate with a lot of road noise. Pulled out of our pull-through into a dead end and backed up so we could exit through our pull-through so we could avoid the low hanging branches on the exit road. The only high point to this place was the friendly owners. - 2 DA WDS
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Just 250 yards from I-44; covered road noise with A/C fan. Several residents but neat overall. Gravel street and pull-through, so some mud after rain today. Grass needed mowing, not much shade available. Hookups functional, but barely. Decrepit picnic table at site. Showers, toilets, and laundry rooms all very old and in need of work. Pleasant communal patios with grill. Okay for overnight. Friendly owners. - rv1guy2cats
May 2014 - $20.00
We stayed here for our son's graduation from Basic Training at FLW. Owner very helpful with local info and reservation. Park was quiet and well kept, power and water good. Pull-through site was very level. No pool. No frills, a great value. Will stay here again. - jeffs
Oct 2014 - $125.00
We are full time Army and RV'ers. We found this little gem of a park that is totally unadvertised through word of mouth.The address is 22883 Savannah Lane, Waynesville, MO 65583. It has 15 sites that are for long term people. Mostly military and contractors. The monthly rate is $125.00 per month and includes trash, sewer and water. You have to pay for your own electric through the local power company. You also can have cable/internet set up through Centurylink. The campground is a no frills place but it is quiet and has a rural feel which we enjoy. They also have storage units on site if you need extra space and will rent you a unit at a discount if you rent one of the lots. The park has gravel pads that are mostly even and it is a nice thick layer of gravel. Each lot backs up to a large grassy area so you have a spot to sit out under the trees. The lots are wide so we are able to put out our awnings with no problems. I would not recommend this park for anyone who is overnighting but it is perfect for us as we will be here all winter and possibly longer. - njwashington