1 Park near Mansfield, Missouri
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Park is small and located on a steep hill. Sites are gravel. Hookups are in wrong location. Restroom is a very scary looking building with a broken window and a hole in the outside wall. No amenities, no cable, no Wi-Fi.
Sites are not level and when you step out of your RV you just about fall down the hill. Won't stay here again. - travelswithpuppies
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This park is right across the street from the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, House & Bookstore. Any other park we looked at was about an hour away. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, etc is very popular. There were 60 people there when we visited. That being said I would say its close proximity to the museum would be the only reason to stay at this park. The owner was very nice & very helpful. There is a new looking playground area amid a large expanse of well kept lawn. Staying in a camper would probably be easier then staying in our motorhome because the park is on a steep hill. Even if you stay at the bottom you must climb the hill to exit. You shared the same electric pedestal with the site next to you & the water spigot had a splitter so you both used the same pipe. You each had your own sewer. These receptacles were quite a distance from your site so you needed extensions. Our sewer ran up hill. There was a bathroom but judging by the condition of the outside of the building I would be afraid to go inside. We were unable to get satellite signal. There is no cable. We did get a few over the air stations. What surprised us most was that we had no cell signal. The park is located in a valley. We drove up to the town square & got signal there. The owner of the camp had cell signal so some carriers must not have a problem. There were only a few restaurants in the area. Some had gone out of business & the rest were closed because it was Sunday. Only the Subway was open. The $20.00 we paid was for the first night only with Passport America, the other two nights were $40.00 each. We left after the first night without asking for a refund. - Connie's Co-Owner
Sep 2014 - $14.00
The rate reflects Passport America membership. This is a small campground built into a hill. The sites are level. The interior roads are narrow and graveled. Some of them are grass covered. The restroom is old but clean. About two thirds of the limited number of sites were occupied by longer term residents. When we pulled in at about 2 PM on a weekday, there were only two pull-through spaces available. One was full hookup and the other lacked sewer. It is walking distance from the Laura Ingalls Wilder home. If we wanted to visit that attraction again we would stay at this campground otherwise we will avoid it. - BobWW