This is a campground that is part of the Mark Twain National Forest. The campground is located near Davisville, outside of Steeleville, Missouri. Steeleville is known as the float capital of Missouri. The Huzzah Creek runs around the campground. The campground gets its name from a beautiful red bluff overlooking the creek near the campground. This was a nice quiet campground with a 2 mile hiking trail through the park. The hiking trail was very nice and you can fish or wade in the creek. You can catch river trout and other fish in the creek.
Nice campground, but the sites are a bit close to each other. We stayed here while visiting Six Flags. The site has a swimming pool, playground, barbecue grills, full hookups, store, shower house, etc. Very clean park.
We stayed at this park again for the second time. This is a beautiful park with lots of trees and campsites. There are several campgrounds with sites along the river. There is a park store and an amphitheatre. There are many trails and a cave tour/hike. The park has a nice playground as well. If you like to fish, you can fish along the river - there is also turtle pond which is a short hike (1/2 mile) from the boat launch area. We will definitely stay here again.
This park is designed for ORV (off road vehicles: ATVs, dirt bikes, etc.) and equestrians (horses). They have many acres of ORV trails. They also have horseback riding trails and bicycle trails. The second campground has very nice paved sites each with fire rings and picnic tables. There is a playground, restrooms and showers. You can buy a day-use pass for the ORV area and you can also purchase firewood. We will definitely be visting this site again as my husband and son have dirt bikes.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Kentucky Lake. Nice pull through sites. Reserved our site with late arrival. When we arrived, the office was closed but the office had left instructions and directions to our site. Had no problems hooking up. There is a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Sikeston on Main Street. No issues checking out. There is also a complimentary shuttle to Lamberts, home of the throwed rolls. You must dine at Lamberts at least once. You won't go hungry and you will have leftovers.
Very friendly hosts - guided us right to our site and even offered to help us hook up (it was our first night using our travel trailer). Clean showers and restrooms. Nice sites. Hiking trail and pond on site. Free mini golf for the kids. Also had a playground.
This was a very nice park. Many lake front sites available, nice playground, full service marina and very tidy park. Even on a freezing day (temps hovered around 35) the maintenance crews were weed eating and mowing. We will definitely visit again. You must visit Pattis 1880 Settlement for dinner anytime you are in the Land Between the Lakes Area.