We were here 2 nights in a 36' 5th wheel parked at the lower back of the park where it was quiet but rather steamy, no breeze. Our site was a back in on asphalt. Picnic table and very small grassy area which was high,it needed mowing and some poison ivy in the doggy area and on some of the pathways to the bathhouse and laundry. We paid $25 a night only because we paid in cash. No other discounts. Laundry and bathrooms were very clean. Camp hosts were extremely nice. This is one the oldest RV parks in Branson and is off one of the main drags and is close to shows, shopping and Wally World, that is if you can get through all the traffic.
We spent two nights here. All concrete paved roads and parking spaces, pull-thru's and back-ins with nice grassy area between each site with clean picnic tables. WiFi now avilable. Very, very, very nice husband and wife managers. Absolutely the cleanest restrooms, shower rooms and laundry I've ever been in. There is a small lake and the surrounding grounds are well manicured. All of the pull-thru's and some back-in sites have a West exposure on door side of your RV which makes it rather warm and sunny in the afternoons but what the heck, you can sit outside your RV on the off door side if you can't stand being in the sun. Be sure you eat at Bryce's Cafeteria, circa 1931, everyone says the food is unforgettable.
We arrived early afternoon from South of I-44 at Sullivan. The highway to the park was very nice but up and down and curvey. Also, the road to the campsites was curvey but beautiful wooded scenery. There had been a lot of rain the week-end prior to our arrival on Thursday May 18th. The campsites had been flooded by the Meramac River so everything was wet and muggy. The mowers were mowing anyway. The best part of the park for us was the sites and sounds of all the birds. I would imagine in the summer it could be very hot and steamy. Since we were there for only one night and before a week-end there were only about 4 other RV's besides ours in the water and electric hook-up area. I agree with previous comments that in the summer and week-ends the park would be really busy and noisy. We might stop here again if going that direction and if it was cooler weather.
We camped here one night in a 36 footer. Fortunately, there were only five other campers here so we were able to be next to a water connection. Site was a gravel pull through, but all roads were nicely paved. Lots of trees and birds. Since we did not unhitch I wanted to ride my electric scooter down to the lake, but camp host told me they were forbidden in all Illinois State parks. Only bicycles and licensed motor cyles were allowed. Very clean bathrooms, nice park hosts. Park in only a few miles South of I-70 at Hwy 1 and West of Terre Haute, IN. Would stay here again.