5 Parks near Maysville, Missouri
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Off the beaten path in a beautiful country setting. This is a family park with fishing, hiking, and golf cart trails (bring your own). Good utilities and long sites. Owner on site. - The Griffins
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is a very nice, quiet park and very well maintained, owner is very friendly. There are 2 nice big ponds on the property, I assume they have fish in them since we saw people fishing, not sure if they allow swimming in them. The restrooms and office/store are very clean, there are laundry facilities but we didn't go in there. Gravel roads and pads are well maintained, most sites appear fairly level, however some are not, so you need plenty of leveling blocks. That being said everything else we have seen of this whole state is either up hill or down hill. No cable, but antenna will get a few stations, satellite will work at some sites but some have lots of trees so it might not work. ATT cell service is fair. Don't know for sure but I don't think they have wifi. We camped here in a 45' 5th wheel. If ever in this area we would stay here again. - Myrtle the Turtle
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Gravel sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Not fancy but clean. No Verizon or satellite reception. - rolling homeless
Sep 2016 - $21.00
There are various site types, tent, to large pull through. Some sites are gravel, some are asphalt. Sites are shaded with few having satellite reception. OTA TV is limited. The camp hosts are very friendly. The shower house is near new and quite clean. The few miles of road from the Interstate are narrow, hilly, and curved. - Hhtjr
Jul 2016 - $21.00
Wallace State Park is a lovely, tranquil place, a really sweet discovery. There is a small lake with swimming. Two of the campgrounds have electric, mostly 30 amp, with 50amp available in two sites (by reservation); the basic sites seem more suitable for tents, but OK for smaller rigs. If you have never stayed here before & especially if you have a big rig, I would recommend calling the park before making a reservation online. Some of the sites are easy pull-thru & very level. Some are gravel, some paved. The back-ins tended to be very private & attractive (nestled in the trees), but also many were not level. One electric site had a pretty steep drop-off with a lot of overhanging trees that we would not have attempted. (Ok if you're small, but no way with a behemoth motorhome!) - RockyMountainMama
Jun 2016 - $29.00
The nicest state park campground I have ever stayed in. Beautiful, fairly level, spacious sites, some with tree cover, others in the open. Good electric, but no water at site, and no sewer, though a very nice dump station was available. Even had good wifi at site.
Modern, clean bath house. Everything was well kept, nice hiking trails and a swimming lake. Nice new playground. Camp hosts were very friendly.
Being that it was just a few miles off the interstate, I used this as an overnight stop, but wish I could have stayed for more. If in the area, I will return. - Cyclonic
Jun 2016 - $18.00
We stayed here because it is a Passport America park and based on previous reviews. A year ago, someone rated this park a ten. Really? A ten? This park is not a ten rating. I am surprised by the previous reviews. There is no staging area when you pull into the park. We were blocking the road while checking in at the office/private residence. We had a reservation and were already assigned a spot. The manager told me it was the only spot available. Sites are close together. There are numerous large, established shade trees, but those spots were taken by permanent residents. Previous review said only 2-3 spots available for overnighters. I believe that is accurate. We were given what must be the worst spot in the park. We parked parallel to the park road near the exit. We were barely out of the road and about 50 yards from Highway 59. Traffic noise was very bad. Worse was that our awning side was next to the interior road. We literally stepped out into the road when we opened our door. We got half price ($15.00) first night (Passport America) and a further discount ($20.00 second night). Great Internet. - Phaeton2
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Although this campground has over 22 sites, only 4-5 sites are available for traveling RVer's. The rest of the sites are being used by long term residents. The park has the look and feel of a mobile park. Some sites have a lot of "stuff" around their area. The park still looks OK, but it can easily get out of hand.
All available sites have FHU, some are pull-thus. The utility box contains 50/30 electrical amperage and the location of the box varies from site to site. The voltage was hovering around 122 volts even with all of the air conditioners running. Our water connection was shared between two rigs, but other sites did not.
The interior roads and sites were on packed gravel and some sites had a small concrete patio area. The sites appear to be fairly level. There is a small work out room with a stair master and weights. There is one bathroom with shower for the entire park located within the laundry room. There are (2) washers at $1.50 and (2) dryers at $1.50.
The WiFi was very good but that may depend upon where your site is. Verizon air card and phone reception was good. The campground is very quiet.
The park is about 4 miles from St. Joseph making it a very good location. The Patee house is an excellent museum. We would come back to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Oct 2015 - $20.00
We enjoyed our stay on 2 occasions. $14.00 for 1 night Passport America. $20/night for 7 nights. Most sites are permanents or semi permanent. We were not bothered by workers arriving or leaving early.
No road noise if you are not in the front row. Not many overnight sites. Owner, Rick Clark, and manager are very helpful. There is a shower/toilet room. Good laundry and small Gym room.
Most size motorhomes can be accommodated. We stayed in a 26' MH. - Kings USA Travels
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Owner was very friendly and helpful. Had to call # on "office" door upon arrival, and she was there within minutes as she and her husband live onsite. Strong Wi-Fi, very nice/beautiful pool. Lots of grassy areas, trees and built-in fire pits at most sites. Be prepared to drive down a VERY dusty dirt/gravel road for .5 mile to get to the park. The speed limit is 35 mph, so there is a LOT of dirt/dust in the air every time someone zooms up or down the road.You will hear Jake brakes from trucks traveling Hwy 29, as it runs along the backside of the park. No cable hookups, but did get several clear local channels via antenna. Site breaker tripped several times, due to the receptacle and breaker being old and worn. (Hubby is a retired electrician.) Two large ponds, but like a lot of areas in the US there is heavy algae growth. Overall, our stay was very pleasant, as the campground itself is quiet. We would stay again. - MbMurchison
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This park by itself is very good with no complaints. The management is friendly and accommodating. But the 1/2 mile of dusty white chalk gravel road needed to access it is terrible and I will not stay here again after staying here twice. My towed vehicle and the rear half of my motorhome and hitch were completely covered in this dust which was very thick and which the morning dew turned to a cement like mixture. I am still working on trying to get this goop out of all the cracks and crevices. Use of a watering truck a couple of times a day would keep this nuisance down I would think. - Winnie35
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We had 2 sites, motorhome and pop ups trailer. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Lake fishing was nice but goose droppings were messy. Women's restroom was under renovation so that was a slight inconvenience, however good to see improvements being made. Easy access. - busyteach