17 Parks near Richland, Missouri
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
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Be sure to call the City of Waynesville before you plan on staying at this campground. The campground has been evacuated several times this season due to flooding, and is still closed as of 7/15/2015.
RVPR ADMIN NOTE: The campground is still open, but the shower house facility is temporarily closed. - Cameo2010
Jul 2012 - $25.00
This park was miserable. I was looking for a long-term stay and ended up only staying 2 nights. Camp was noisy and headlights coming through at all hours of the night. Impossible to relax or get sleep. They claimed to have shaded sites, but that was a lie. The facilities were not maintained well, and the staff was rude and didn't seem to care at all. Don't go here! - soldier1
May 2012 - $20.00
The park is well maintained. As stated before: quite a few permanent rigs. The park was quiet: no problems on the weekend. A real nice place to stay. - firesafety912
May 2015 - $1.00
This is a pure dry camping park; there are no services. Also no cell service. The park is in a wooded area next to the Big Piney River. Although there are no fees (I had to put $1 in here, to satisfy the computer), you must check in at Outdoor Activities first to get a pass. The park is very pretty, especially the riverfront sites, and there is no noise except the sound of the river, the trees, and birds and the crickets. I didn't see it written anywhere, but because there were at least a dozen people camping there, and no one was using a generator, I presume they are not allowed at this location. If you like rustic, you will love this park. - KAP99
Oct 2014 - $35.00
We stayed at this park for almost a year. We paid the monthly rate of $380.00. Pros are that they are very convenient to Ft Leonard Wood and they have concrete pads. That is all the good I can say. Cons are that they are right next to the highway exit so you get a lot of semi traffic noise. You have to deal with people "partying" in the hotel. When the pool is open, it leaks into the RV parking lot creating a huge mess. The shower facilities are completely unusable and you have to go into the hotel for a shower. The internet only works about 50% of the time. The cable is very bad also. It only works well in the back in sites. All the pull through sites only get very weak cable signals. The sites are very narrow so you cannot use your awnings and there are no trees for shade. They have one washer ($1.75 per load) and two dryers ($1.00 per load) inside the hotel. Evening time and weekends creates a wait time to use the machines. Water pressure is very low due to leaks in the water lines in the ground. The hotel has recently been purchased by new owners so hopefully they will fix the existing problems. We left due to the management of the hotel stating that they were planning on raising the rates to $420.00 a month in January of 2015 and because they have not fixed anything since they have taken over. For the price they want, it is not worth it for us to stay there. If you are just staying overnight and don't mind sub par facilities, this campground is convenient to the highway and the Army post. - njwashington
Oct 2012 - $29.00
We have stayed here for the last month and a half. (Paying monthly rates) It is convenient to Ft. Leonard Wood for the last two months of work and daughter's last semester of college. Sites are all cement but close together. You cannot pull out your awnings. You are right next to I-44 so there is always traffic noise. Your view is the freeway and the hotel. There is cable included in the price. You can also walk up to the hotel for a shower and restrooms if you choose. I did use showers twice. There is also one washer ($1.25) and 2 dryers ($1.00) up at the hotel for everyone's use. They worked well, and we never had to wait for them. There is a convenient store/gas station right across the street if needed. Management is very helpful. We had a problem with the water, and they fixed it right away. This park worked well for our needs. - rljmowl
Nov 2010 - $28.00
Updating from our visit in January 2010. Stopped here again in late November since Boiling Springs was full. What an improvement in 11 months! New concrete pads, new hook-up posts that are the nicest I have seen, 20, 30, & 50 amp with a lighted post that can be switched off, and new water bibs. A nice overnight stop right off the interstate. - Dennis M
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
Sep 2015 - $31.00
DO NOT GO HERE IN AN RV. We were told that they had Rv camping available. They explained that there would be no electric or water hook ups. They said they only had primitive camping sites. I assumed, at the very least, I could be in the shade, be close to the river and have a fire pit. When we arrived, we were lead to a field with no grill, no fire pit, no access to the river, and absolutely no shade. When I told an employee that I could not stay there and wanted my money refunded, he insulted me and forced me to drive down their terrible road to get my money back. - corndog
Aug 2009 - $41.00
WE DID NOT STAY HERE. The roads approaching the campground are unpaved, narrow, have large holes, and have significant overhead branches low enough to damage big rigs (including ours). Once you start down the road, there is no place to turn around. When it rains it is very muddy. This campground is suitable only for very small rigs and tents. The main reason to come here would be to rent canoes. - Ken and Lee
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Our GPS took us to the other side of the lake, durn. We liked this park, even though the sites are only electric, the bathrooms have free showers and are clean, even if a little dated. Had a raccoon come into camp to investigate our pooch, many deer and goose as well. Great place to stay and would do it again if in the area for sure. Fire pit could have been cleaner and sites are a little close in places. We really enjoyed our stay here! - Paul Gavin
Oct 2016 - $19.00
We camped here during the week as weekends are typically very booked.
This is an older state park with paved roads and sites HOWEVER it is very tight in some areas for a crew cab truck and 33 ft. fifth wheel! We found a half dozen places where it was impossible to pass without both the truck and trailer being off the road.
Several nice hiking trails will provide a variety of levels for everyone.
The lake is within walking distance of all sites and adjacent to many in the #4 area. - bipeflier
Jun 2016 - $24.00
This is a great state park--perfect for families. Lots of play space, good playground, a swimming beach, trails, etc. We have stayed here for many 3-5 day get-togethers with family. Always have plenty of room for extended family get-togethers. Usually stay near the water and fish right from our site. Lots of shade--so a good place to be on hot Missouri summer days. The only thing that would make it better would be to have water and sewer at each site. - MissouriBird
May 2016 - $31.00
Offers fishing, canoes, tubing, John boat rentals, cabins, tent and RV spaces right on the river. Full hookup service at most sites, with laundry room. Wonderful owners who try hard to make your stay enjoyable! - patty ann on wheels
Jun 2014 - $28.00
This campground is really not big rig friendly. Low tree branches and narrow rural roads to get to the location. The office was not manned upon our arrival but the mgmt does answer the phone. The problem is that there is little to no wireless phone service in the campgrounds. A 911 call would be a problem at least while we were there. We chose to move after one night due to low elevation and forecast heavy rain. Getting out after heavy rain would be a challenge. - Beech35p
Sep 2012 - $30.00
Beautiful location, big spacious pull throughs, and extremely quiet mid week. Don't know about weekends/ holidays because the owners run a big canoe/rafting/float site from this campsite. - JeffK