2 Parks near Sikeston, Missouri
May 2016 - $29.00
This is a plain and simple, utilitarian, just off the interstate RV Park. Which is just what they say they are. The park is very neat and trim. Gravel roads and sites, very easy full hook ups. We used our short water hose and only one length of sewer hose. The sites are level front to back, but ours leaned a little, not enough to get the boards out. The sites are long enough to leave your tow attached. No fire rings, but each site has a picnic table.
There is adequate space between the rv's. The permanent and long-term tenants are in the rear. Saw no derelict trailers or junk.
The small office has some rv supplies that might come in handy, but there is no camp store. The cable is very good with 30 stations, and wi-fi is excellent with four "hot spots" to choose from.
There are no amenities here. The attraction is location, location, location.
It is directly off I-55 and one half mile from I-57. We hear no road noise!
A single men's and women's bathroom are off the laundry room. They are very basic and appear to be cleaned daily. They can really only accommodate one user at a time, yet the outside door doesn't lock, so I guess you have to say, "I'm in here" when someone comes in. The walls are painted cement block and the floors concrete. I have shower shoes that I rarely use. I'm sure the bathrooms are clean but I'll use my shoes.
The day we arrived they were putting new mulch around their shade trees.
It looked nice and there were flowers blooming all about. This is a clean and orderly park.
Here is a comfortable night off the road. It is not a resort. It's a night's sleep before you start driving again. We liked it, we'll be back.
2012, 32' CLASS "A", on Ford F-53, Towing Ford Ranger. - Jack B
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Nice park for overnight or a few days. Excellent power and water pressure. Didn't use the cable, but excellent wi-fi. Clean but small restrooms and laundry. Would stay again. - Keith52
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Just traveling through so only stayed 1 night. It was just fine for a stop-over as the sites were sufficient length that I didn't need to unhook the tow vehicle. Staff was friendly and would stay again. WIFI was marginal. - gobigred
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Second time here. Just stop over night. Well maintained RV park, not a campground. No fire pit. Has picnic tables. Owner very nice guy. This is open year around. - rogjenmoore
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