2 Parks near Sikeston, Missouri
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Ok overnight stop, gravel roads and sites, little grass. Good wifi, friendly staff, led us to our site. Utilities were good. - sunbum
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Overnight stop right off I-55. All utility services (electric, water, sewage) were new and excellent. Very level packed gravel lots, comfortable space between neighbors with grass and young trees. Good wi-fi. Satellite friendly, we didn't use available cable TV. Long pull-thrus, we have 40 foot motorhome and still didn't need to disconnect toad. Wonderful, friendly lady who led us to site. Good Sam discount given. Make no mistake, no resort facilities, just a clean, convenient place to overnight. - Too Tide
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Easy to get to on highway 62 from I-55 or I-57. I reserved a spot online the same day as our arrival. Quick online reservation process. As long as you arrive by 5 the day of your reservation you don't have to give a credit card.
Check in was quick. They assist you to your site. The office has a small store that mostly has rv supplies like extra hoses, etc. They sell propane. The outside of the building has pretty hanging baskets and flowers planted in ½ whiskey barrels.
Gravel roads. Quite dusty.
We stayed in a spot right in front of office building. It was a level, gravel site with grass in between. Picnic table. No firepit. Sites are mostly all pull through and long enough to accommodate a large rig w/ car in tow.
Small trees that provide little shade except for a couple sites toward the back.
Good wifi. No extra charge.
Cg was relatively quiet. Not near enough to the interstates to get significant road noise from it. The smaller highway 62 has less traffic that is slower moving so noise is not bad.
Pets are allowed.
Small, clean laundry room.
Very clean restrooms with 1 stall and 1 shower in each.
A few seemingly permanent residents.
Date of Stay: 7/27/15. - jvkATX
Oct 2014 - $25.00
Passport America (23rd Edition) and website shows the PA rate of $24 but we were charged $25. We called ahead to see if they had a pull-through long enough for a 38 ft MH towing a car. Park said they had plenty. On arrival we found the sites to be short. We stuck out front and back as did others with big rigs. The power pedestal was shared with the next site, and was equipped with 3 10-Amp breakers. Office reeked of cigarettes, was filled with clutter, and dark. Park is across from some kind of heavy industry facility which is noisy and smells bad. Noise starts at 4 AM. Trees need to be trimmed to avoid scratching. We wanted to do laundry, but the park had no quarters for the machines. The laundry did look nice though, and the site was gravel and level. Overall the park was clean and looked nice. OK for overnight, but too $$$. - parkinit
May 2014 - $25.00
We purchased our trailer in Illinois and were transporting it back to Texas. We chose Town & Country as a quick stop on our way back. We checked in late at night during a terrible storm. We were very happy to have a nice place to stay. The park host was a great guy and made us feel very welcome. The ladies bath and shower were very clean. It was a safe nice place to stay. Thanks - Patty O
May 2014 - $27.00
We stayed here only one night. It was very clean and well-maintained. The host was exceptionally nice. The sites are easy to navigate and level. Set-up and departure was quick and easy. Quiet, comfortable RV park ideally situated for highway access. - rvbozo