1 Park near Oak Grove, Missouri
May 2016 - $35.00
Delighted with this KOA as a stopover outside KC. We stayed an extra night after only planning to stay one. Very well taken care of, nice store, easy in/out and nice sites. Wooded with lovely trees cut back high enough to not hit high profileRV's. Great, friendly staff and free coffee!
They had several really nice "Patio" sites with rocking love seat, wood log style table and chairs, new propane grills and great fire pit for rental at $60 a night. The cabins looked great inside.
Only 2 drawbacks: The sites are very close together and if they had been busy would have had the side of another RV within 10-15 feet of our door. The highway noise is loud with semi's engine breaking directly at the side of the park on I70. Once inside motorhome the noise was less noticeable. We would stay here again. - NanciRV
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Sites were gravel reasonably level but they were tight and close. sites 8 &9 were like a Y, making it a tight squeeze, especially if you have a toad. The road ahead of us was even worse. It looks spaces were crowded to make room for more site. Hook up were satisfactory. There were lots of playground things for children, even a jump pad. swimming pool. Lots of Permanent residents Good for overnight stay but too far out for sightseeing in KC. - oldguyinrv
Jun 2015 - $38.00
Came in just ahead of a thunder storm, was nice to find that the office has an "alarm" system - siren for a storm warning requiring get into 'covered space' ... Ice cream counter was good, purchased couple of cones to walk around and relax a bit before siting. Site guide knew what he was doing, after siting us, we all chatted a while before readying travel trailer in-site. Yes there is some traffic noise, but none that the AC could not drown out. Grounds are grass, trees, and gravel, and see a Jump Pad as well as pool with lounge chairs around, each site has a fire pit, picnic table, and roadways are wide enough for long units. Didn't get a chance to inspect cabins, although look like typical KOA cabins. Sites are different lengths, sized available for tent trailers as well as for 40 ft. rigs. Grounds are clean, office, and all other places appear to be clean and well-kept. Definitely a "return to" place to stay in the area. - Travelers3