10 RV Parks near Weston, Missouri
Oct 2017 - $19.00
Spacious, shady sites but a little run down. Many trees and very hilly. The black top was pretty chewed up. Nice trails with history of the area. The was a small laundry area, but I didn't use it. No water hook-up but there was electricity and several TV channels as it is not far from Kansas City. - dalebonnie
Jun 2017 - $23.00
Spent 2 weeknights. Quiet. Showers and restrooms clean and everything worked. Site was a bit muddy after recent rains but dried quickly, (cement under mud) Lots of bugs so bring Off, Cutter or some such spray. Would stay again. - bobojay
May 2017 - $21.00
Very nice campground. Some sites have no electricity, others have either 30 amp or 50 amp service. Campsites do not have water or sewage hookups. Dump station and freshwater fill located beyond entrance gate but before entering camping area. Each site has fairly new fire rings and grill grates over the fire rings. Nicely wooded and campsites are somewhat secluded from one another except for family campsites. - 66 Mustang
Sep 2017 - $21.00
Enjoyed the stay at this little campground. Host was very friendly. We stopped in on Friday afternoon without a reservation and easily found a site. However, later in the day the park filled up. Very quiet. Hiking path. We had an electric only site but dump station was convenient. We would stay again. - busyteach
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice state park on the Lewis & Clark trail. Grassy wide sites, gravel "pads" but concrete patio with wooden covers for sun, although there is lots of shade trees. Electric only but some have 50 amp. About 1/2 reservable and 1/2 first come first served which was not a problem for mid week. Nice trails and some birding.
Too bad there is no official swimming, and although some do swim, you are with ALL of the geese and their mess.
Biggest problem is that trees over roads NEED trimming. There were at least 6 trees that dragged on our 13'5" coach. Also, some sites not level: but 38 and 39 were fine. - BandD
May 2016 - $10.00
We stopped here for one night while traveling. We did not have a reservation. About half the sites were available. The sites that were available to us were electric only. The pads were packed gravel and were variably unlevel. There was much shade, but there was also a lot of large puddles of water after a recent rain. I thought about how that will attract mosquitoes in warmer weather. The best part of the park was the day use area next to the oxbow lake and the paved walking trail to the Lewis & Clark historical exhibits. - Tidy Boy
May 2011 - $14.00
Manager was super. Park was clean. New restrooms and showers are under construction. Entry to the park crosses very steep downgrade from roaring railroad tracks. Have some concerns about getting out of here with our rig. Trains are non stop. I have not slept in 3 nights to noisy for me. You are right on the Missouri River. - pamwine
Apr 2010 - $10.00
I work close to the campground so I figured a early year break in on the new camper was in order. The campground host is very pleasant and if you call ahead you can reserve a spot with her help and she can make sure you are happy with your spot. The pros: THE VIEW... you are right on the river close to a bridge. Some spots are only 10 feet away from the bank and you can wake up and just feel the morning river mist. It is very very nice to walk out and take a stroll on the river. Also fishing is allowed with no permits on the bank, I am unsure if you want to use a boat. There is a boat ramp within 100 meters of the campground. The park is kept up nicely with full mature trees that are 50' tall and full. Shade is great, and plenty of twigs to start fires with. If you like tent camping then you can get a site for $8. The Cons: It is a $10 park, so there are some cons. First the shower house toilet area is very primitive. The toilets are toilets, but the shower area is open roof. Then of course you have a train. This park is right next to the tracks (my site was within 25 meters of the track). They do have a no whistle zone around the park, but still you can feel it and hear them. The trains stop around 10:30 at night and resume around 7am in the morning. So if you are a earlier riser it should not bother you. All for all I will be back, decent price, and of course having a 5th wheel to isolate me is great. I would not use the showers though. - T. Hanson
Jul 2007 - $10.00
Excellent location on the Missouri River under the Centennial Bridge near the junction of 92 and 73 Hwy. Paved roads and nearly level parking for your unit. Abundant generations old trees on riverbank. Litter barrels at every site. Now for the bad, poorly signed and railroad crossing on Dakota St has potentially dangerous angles. Not suitable for larger camping units, grass only present at some sites, side by side 30amp electric poles at most sites. Dump station is headed wrong direction of travel. And the most disturbing aspect for many, despite being on the not so prosperous side of Leavenworth, this city park received not one drive thru by any law enforcement agency. There was a couple that was sleeping in their vehicle and it wasn't a class C self contained. Bath/Shower building was rather old and not exactly clean. Railroad in close proximity. Might stay here again. - cakehead
Jun 2016 - $19.00
This is a nice Missouri State Park located in a small village surrounded by farmland. It is a place to stay while visiting St. Joseph, MO, even though it is 30 minutes away. We had strong 30 amp service. There was no water at the site; the easiest place to fill a tank is at the dump station, but there are a few faucets located throughout the campground. We did not use the bath houses, but did note the nice laundry room. The sites are attractive with many having covered picnic tables, but it could certainly use a good cleaning. The sites are fairly level but are unusually narrow. The campground is partially shaded. We were able to use our portable dish to get satellite TV. We had strong Verizon voice and data. Since it is in a small village, it has more of an urban feel than a rural or remote feel, but we found it pleasant. It is fairly quite at night, but not dark as the surrounding houses have some bright lights. We would stay here again to visit St. Joseph. - TheJim
Aug 2013 - $19.00
This is a campground on a large lake with lots of lush green grass and huge shade trees. The large shaded sites have electric only, but potable water is available at the free, easy access dump station near the entry/exit. Most sites have a picnic table with a fire pit and some have a wind shelter surrounding the table. The camp host was super nice and helpful. The restrooms/showers were very clean. There is a boat ramp, but it was closed for repairs. The lake side picnic areas are great for bird watching and fishing. This park is between St. Joseph and Kansas City and within four miles of many restaurants and a WalMart in Atchison, Kansas We camped here in a fifth wheel over the Labor Day weekend and will stay here again. - candyd
Aug 2009 - $19.00
Only 19 miles to St Joesph. Nice level sites, some paved most are not. Very easy access. We take our bikes and this was a nice area to bike. Check out the overview of the lake. Missouri State Parks are always nice. - stetwood
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Basswood calls itself a resort, but that term is questionable. I think of a resort not only having activities, but also resort type sites. The sites here are so close you can barely put out an awning without touching your neighbor. Most are gravel, with little gravel. Some are concrete, but those are also very narrow. The site I was in #96, was just the end of a road. The water did not work, so I had to attach to site #97. The park did loan me a hose so I could attach the water. On a positive, the restrooms were very clean and large. The laundry was also very nice. There are 4 small ponds (called lakes), but the water does not move. You can fish, but I did not. All in all this is ok for one night, but I would find something nicer for a longer stay. - Bwheeley
Sep 2017 - $26.00
The showers are the best of any parks that I have used. Cable was bad, could not get the picture to come in clear. - Joceil
Sep 2017 - $44.00
There are several areas in this park. The ones close to the entrance seem to be hilly with lots of trees. The next are all back-ins that are very tight and look like full timers. The next is way in the back with pull-thrus. These are bigger and quite nice. The rest rooms were spotless. The site we had was great, fully paved and woods on our door side. This site is normally a road that they use as a site sometimes. We would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Jun 2013 - $8.00
The road leading to this facility from Hwy 59 are in frightful condition. Fortunately we decided to drive the tow car there and leave the RV safely in a parking lot. We did not actually stay here because of the condition of the roughly two miles of very rough road. We were afraid we would damage the RV if we tried to come back with it. Interesting to note that there was no one parked there at all. - Sharie
Oct 2012 - $10.00
Nice place. Pull through's are laid out in a big circle and you pull to the curb for your site. Cement block rest rooms/showers: didn't use. Plenty of trails and places to walk. Biggest downside to this place is finding it. You have to go a couple miles and a few turns to get here. It is not a destination park, but I have no problem staying here for a day or two. - WC7610
Sep 2012 - $10.00
Small public campground. Quiet and clean. 50/30/20 amp available. Water available not at the sites. No dump station. Great value. - User2786
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Our rate was based on a family of 5. The park is very clean and quite picturesque, right on a small lake. Many of the sites are filled with permanent residents, but that doesn't bother us at all. Our site (#16) was level and a pull through, which is nice with our 43' 5th wheel. Owner was incredibly helpful and accommodating with our requests. It was very quiet at night, with just a little road noise. There is no sign marking the entrance, which caused us to have to u-turn, but the GPS was accurate. Playground for the kids, too. Would stay there again. - RVerFamily
Jun 2012 - $24.00
Nicely located but not well maintained. Lots of permanent trailers: some of the permanent campers seem not to care at all about clean sites. Very nice owner. Great price and free WiFi. It would have been great if there would have been a picnic table and a fire pit at the site. - Traveler04
Feb 2010 - $20.00
This park is clean, friendly and provides relatively level sites with full hook-ups. The owner lives in the large home across the lake and is most accommodating. When we had motor home problems the owner did everything she could to help. We'll stay here on our next visit. Although we stayed here during February, the lake looks beautiful for warmer weather. - oRV
Jul 2017 - $30.00
City of Smithville manages this former ACE campground. Was great in its day, but the city puts no money into it and obviously wants it to die a natural death.
Pads are gravel and dirt and have not been regraded in years. Camp hosts are nice but complain that the toilets leak on the floors and the City will not fix. Trees need maintenance. Bug control nonexistent. Roads are in poor repair.
For about $100,000, they could update it and have nightly revenue of $1,000 or more!!! Come on City of Smithville, lets get with the program!!!! - Sir_Charles395
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This was a corps of engineers campground at one time. Nice trees. Camp host guy helped us tremendously with ac problem. Great area to walk especially to spillway from beautiful Lake. - Bga
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Campground clean, host friendly and helpful. Some pull through sites we torn up due to construction issues. Pull through sites were small especially if you had extra vehicles. $5. charge per night for extra vehicle. - oldelzydog
Sep 2017 - $32.00
Very tight spots. Lots of permanents, place for weary travelers, no Wi-Fi or TV, satellite is a no go. Anything but big rig friendly, sites are very hard to get into in the morning, as residents aren't up and about until 9 am. Will stop in rest area or truck stop next time. - xqzmepleze
Sep 2017 - $20.00
We were tired but after driving through Beacon RV Park, we went another 1.5 hours to find a campground that caters to travelers and tourists.
This place was filled with permanent residents. Crowded, cluttered sites and in an in-town neighborhood. Site surface is gravel and sand. Mostly shady lots. - Hidden Barb
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Located just off major commercial road in St Joseph. Didn't look like much when we drove in. Quite a few long-term renters in the park. However, our site was very nice. It was actually a back-in site with another site immediately behind it, but since no one was in the other site, we could pull thru. Nicely shaded site with full hook ups. Not very wide - neighbors close by, but OK. Only 2 bathrooms. Like a residential bathroom with toilet, lavatory and shower all in one room. Clean. Did not shower there. Parking for our tow was on the road in front of our RV, not on the site. Not a great park, but not bad. - NC Bill
Sep 2016 - $22.00
We just purchased our motorhome in August 2016 and this campground was our FIRST stay! So we can only give a review on what we experienced here and not compare to others. Nice roomy and level gravel campsite with view of water. 7 mile asphalt trail for walking and bikes... clean facilities... AT&T wireless had good connection, but no wifi... - Murray Mathew
Jul 2016 - $22.00
This is a Clay County park on Smithville Lake, a large lake north of KSC. To find the park on your GPS, if you put in NE 160th Street, Smithville, MO, it will take you into the park. The park information does not reflect a physical address. Reservations are made through the county website that is hard to navigate. The next or accept button is well below the screen, so it requires considerable scrolling. The price is economical without frills. It is popular for boating and fishing.
The easiest way into the park is from I-435, exit 26, then west on 92. Your next turn, about 9 miles away, is well marked. I would not recommend exit 17 because the road the GPS will bring you through has 3 narrow bridges, several sharp curves and multiple hills you can't see over until you meet oncoming traffic at 45 MPH. When you arrive, you are about 12 miles from stores.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. We were in Loop G where the lake is close. This is a 30amp, no water area; however, the electrician I spoke with says plans to up-grade the area to 50amp for next season are in discussion. We were here on a weekend and the power was around 104.
The lake is very large but quite shallow with a mud bottom that is easily stirred up by the boat traffic. The shoreline is sandy about 20' before you are into the mud bottom. None of this seemed to detour visitors.
There are 2 shower areas in the park. Each loop has a restroom building. Loop C has 50amp and water, but the area is not near the water and many large trees may block a roof mounted satellite signal. - Workamper04
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Electric & Sewer good, Water @ 60psi. Wi-Fi none. AT&T Cell Phone Good. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card Good. No Cable. My Site was acceptable. Could back in far enough that the back of the trailer extended over the back concrete barrier giving me enough room to park truck on site. Site Size was wide enough and level. Sites are far apart from each other. Great grass area behind the site to walk the dog. Roads are asphalt and were being repaved as I was leaving. DirecTV Satellite was easy to access. Payment was with credit card. - TXBobcat