6 RV Parks near Round Spring, Missouri
Jul 2007 - $18.00
We decided to leave the trailer at home and go for a weekend of tent camping and canoeing on the Current River. Our original destination was Pulltite Campground, but it was full, so we ended up here. I'm so glad we did. We have actually camped twice this month at Round Springs. We did see some pop-ups backed into the primitive sites, but there is not a whole lot of room for anything else (as mentioned in a previous post). The only negative that I have is the shower room, it was impossible to shower without getting everything soaked. I ended up taking a waterproof bag with everything in it, and my kids and I had to do some creative maneuvering to keep everything dry. This was a very minor inconvenience for me , and we do plan to return. - rn2icu
May 2007 - $20.00
I practically grew up in this campground. When I was a teen, we tent camped here at least twice a summer, and sometimes many more. The tent sites are mostly shady. The terrain is very hilly so finding level tent sites can be a challenge. But tent camping is not what I wanted to review. I camped in one of the brand new electrical sites in the campground. The sites were fairly large, and mostly level. Pretty easy access for parking as far as I am concerned. One IMPORTANT thing, you HAVE to put something under your support legs or jack supports. The asphalt is soft and you will sink in the Missouri sunshine! I had nylon pads under my front supports and even they sunk in the sunshine! The sites didn't have as much room as many of the camps that I have camped at. The ARE 50 amp service which was problematic for me because I didn't have the 50 to 30 conversion pigtail. Luckily the park ranger lent me one with relatively little hassle at all. There was water at the site, no sewer however. Clean out can be tricky with larger rigs. Can be challenging to get close enough to the dump station. - Stlheadake
Aug 2006 - $14.00
NOTE: THIS PARK DOES NOT HAVE 30 AMP ELECTRIC SERVICE, though it does have 50 amp and 20 amp service. The national park service recently built six new RV sites near the middle of this park (sites 51 - 56). These sites are asphalt and right next to each other. All six sites have water, a 50A plug, and a 20A plug - but NO 30A plug. The park host mentioned that he had a couple of 50A to 30A adapters, which does bypass any protection that one would get from running too many items at once. There is space in the box for a 30A plug, but the host did not know if there were plans to install any. Our landing gear sank about one-half inch in the asphalt during our stay. Other than these minor issues, the park is very nice. It is located adjacent to the upper Current River and Round Spring. There is a great place to swim and play in the water. There are several places nearby to rent a tube or canoe and play in the crystal clear river, which goes through the park. The showers were not very clean. Note that the web site shows many other sites. These other sites have no hook-ups and most are NOT suitable for an RV as they are nothing more than a pull-off to park a car. Therefore, I only listed the RV suitable sites. - tundracamper
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Right on the river, beautiful setting and friendly owners! Highly recommend! - Kathy sims
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Campground is ideally located to the several sections of the Ozark National Scenic Riverway. Water levels were usually low but we still had a good time and saw some neat sights. Our campsite had full hookups including 50 amp electricity. The campground is quite dusty but obviously very popular. We appreciated the nice, clean laundry room. - relaxzin
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This was our third stay at the Circle B, and we will continue to make it an annual stop. The cabins are a little dated for our tastes, after staying in one on our first visit, we decided to purchase a trailer. The campground is pretty basic, no play area or pool, no internet or game room, but they do have a volleyball net. The setting is what makes us come back. They are right on the Jacks Fork River, nice beach area with a large rock to jump from. The canoe company can pick you up at your campsite and you can float/paddle back to the campground. Horseback riding and zip lining is available nearby, as is the small town with a few restaurants, grocery store, and ice cream shop. - NormanPaperman
Oct 2016 - $18.00
The campground, as well as the state park, opened in late July 2016. There are roughly 60 sites. All have concrete pads, fire ring, and a picnic table.
While cell coverage is spotty, there is Wi-Fi in the campground that was very reliable.
There are beautiful woods on the periphery of the campground; not much in the way of shade though trees have been planted and will offer more interior shade several years down the road.
The campground hosts were very friendly. - DRichter
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is a brand new campground. All concrete pads and streets. Surrounded by beautiful Ozark mountains. But there are no shade trees at any of the sites. - Russ 4 Sallie
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a brand new state park in Mo. It just opened in Aug. of 2016.
Excellent facilities: all year round sites, beautiful lodge where you can eat , cabins, playground, picnic shelters, hiking, kayak, fishing. There are even wild horses roaming near the park. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 because there are no trees at the camp ground. It'll be too hot in the Summer.
Don't take Hwy 69 but use 72 from Rolla. Much much better. - awesomeaustin
Jul 2013 - $14.00
Last year the restrooms were clean and sanitary. Last week 7/19/13 the restrooms were hot meaning no air circulation, and they smelled bad. The campground allows generators which are loud and take away from the nature affect. Neighboring campers stayed up to 1:00 a.m yelling, cussing and laughing out loud. Did not see or hear of a camp host or park ranger inspecting the camp site after 8:00 p.m. Someone near the camp host site was screaming the F word over and over during the night. We heard this person scream the F word over 12 times in one hour at 11:00 p.m. Where was camp security? All they need to do is use a little bleach water to clean the rest rooms. Also turn on any kind of fan in the hot rest room. Stagnet air with a bad foul odor is not pleasent. Also, the showers only had cold water. It did not matter since the shower room temp was very hot and the smell was bad I did not stay in the cold shower for more than a few seconds. I was glad to leave the shower to breath and cool down. - jimhmays
Sep 2012 - $14.00
A very nice secluded park along the Current River. We had a particular site that was just a few steps from the river with our own private sandy beach. No hookups, but it seemed to be generator-friendly, and there is a water spigot centrally located to fill your tanks as needed. We just stopped for one night, but it appeared to be a popular camping destination. Self-registration center; $14.00 a night. - JaredWPhillips
Sep 2009 - $8.00
Loggers Lake is in the Mark Twain NF, 7 miles south of Bunker, MO, Hwy 72. It is rustic camping, all sites are on the 40 acre lake, have paved parking, a picnic table, lantern pole. I've been camping here since 1962, started out in a tent, recently graduated to a small motor home. This is total peace and quiet. Two boat launches, electric trolling motors only. Lots of large mouth bass. Great swimming, hiking trail around lake. This is not for "city" folk who like showers, it's for people who know how to "camp". I love it. - logger1939
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Montauk State Park is magnificently beautiful park located in south central Missouri on the Current River. The spring fed waters are stocked daily with rainbow trout raised in hatcheries in the park. Although the focus of the park is trout fishing, anyone will enjoy visiting. You can visit the hatcheries, take short hikes, visit the lodge and restaurant. There are 4 loops in the campground, each with a host and are generally nice sized although some sites that are considered family sites have pads that are quite close together. Many campsites are located along the scenic stream with easy access for fishermen. Most sites have a asphalt pad, gravel drive, concrete pad for table and grassy area. Many sites do tend to get messy when when it rains since the asphalt is only as wide as the drive. Our site this time was a center site and relatively narrow. fire pit and table were a place a bit too far from the pad. Only two shower houses are available and are a bit distant from some of the sites. They are generally well maintained. Montauk has cabins and motel rooms for non-campers. - skeeter417
Aug 2015 - $19.00
This is a beautiful campground and fishing spot, with lots of RV sites. We were in Loop 400's. All are back-in sites with electric (no water or sewer) within easy walk to the river. The sites are level and a type of gravel; although the handicapped sites were paved. There was a small paved pad for the picnic table which was nice. Most of the sites are well-spaced, so don't have too-close neighbors. We enjoyed the hiking and the fishing, but didn't get to try out the nice dining room at the lodge. This was not too busy during the week, but I'm told the weekends are packed; so book early. I was super impressed with the bath house. It looked like it was freshly painted, was super clean and the showers were free. They are cleaned daily. We'll definitely be back. - stocky
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Montauk State Park an extremely popular park in Missouri. On a Tuesday in June it was approximately 90% full, with the youngest to the oldest all well represented. The ladies at the gate said the campground regularly fills up on weekends. Reservations are recommended. The campground has 20 amp, 50 amp sites. There are flush toilets and shower facilities. There is a lodge with a small store for ice, sodas and ice cream. The campsites are close together with virtually no privacy. The park is located at the spring-fed head of the Current River and is the start of the section of the National Scenic River that is part of the National Park System. The water is clear and cool. There is a trout hatchery. The river is very, very popular with fishermen. - Teardrop11