This camp is way off road. No exits from highway anywhere near and have to drive farm road with weight warnings for a long while. Sites are very close together. We sat on our porch with neighbors across glaring at us. Lots of permanent trailers with blocks underneath, but no dog pen rule. Charge extra for pets, cars, people, etc. Be sure of all the charges before you go here. They also have lots of kid toys to rent out and run up and down the roads constantly.
We were very surprised when we arrived to not have a water hook up. When making the reservation on line, it looked as though we would. We stayed anyway, but then found that the big rig sites that they offer are on an old parking lot they have converted to sites. The grounds were very grown up, lots of mosquitoes due to swampy water standing around every corner. Seemed neglected and left to the tenters. Restrooms and showers very outdated and not sure they had hot water.
The park was very well manicured and neat. The sites were very good sized pull-throughs. GPS does not agree with the way in. Exit 23 was the smartest choice. Would stay again if ever in the St Louis area again.
The park is brand new. They didn't even have the lobby and store set up yet. It really is out in the middle of a gravel lot. Young trees and grass. Nice large pull-throughs, and lots and lots of cabins. Looks like the park will be in fine form once it is finished. I would return if ever in that part of the state again.
Once inside the park it was very nice, as were the folks in the office. I would have given a higher rating, except for the location. It is located behind a mini mall. The signage was terrible. There is one post that is tall enough to see from an interstate, but it was on the city road where the park was. When driving through a new town looking for a park, we rarely look 50 ft in the air for a sign. Then speed bumps and shoppers running throughout. The owners should demand new signs. Nice shady spots, pretty park.