This was one of our favorite COE campgrounds, quiet, all with views of the beautiful Table Rock Lake. A great place to visit Branson, while staying in a scenic beautiful campground. Sites were all very large, paved, and modern. Nice brick walls and picnic tables at sites. The last bend on hill right before the park is scary the first time, but wide enough to navigate easily. Price reflects Golden Age Pass.
Do not go to this campground if your RV is somewhat clean. The road to get here is unpaved, dusty, and a mess for about one half mile. It is also gravel within the campground and you need to drive about 5 mph. Owner was hostile when I mentioned how bad the road was. She told me that we could have turned around and left. Well, we were already here, so 50% of the damage was done (plus there is nowhere to turn around on that road with a 40' motorhome and tow car). Once at your site, it is a well maintained campground, with great views of the surrounding area. It is very convenient for touring the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Would definitely NOT stay here again because of the roads outside and within the campground.
This is one of the nicest state park campgrounds we have ever stayed in. On the picturesque Payette Lake, with a beautiful visitor center and beaches, bike and hiking trails, huge paved sites with tall ponderosa pines between sites, lovely town of McCall close by, and much more. We stayed in the full hookup sites, in loops a and b, with some of the longest sites ever. Two 40' motorhomes and cars can even fit in the huge companion sites available. TV with antenna and Verizon cells worked fine. Beautiful picnic pavilions and new bathrooms. Road into campground is very good. We would recommend this park to anyone.
Quiet location on a pretty lake surrounded by mountains. Very clean overall, with many large sites with water and electric. Mosquitoes were the only problem, but supposedly it only lasts 2 weeks each year. But we could not spend any time outside because of them. Verizon cell worked great, no TV stations with antenna. We saw the most beautiful sunsets each of the 3 days we stayed. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a convenient campground en-route to the North Rim Grand Canyon. There is drinking water available, but no fill up for rvs, so bring your own. The Verizon cell phone worked great here. It is a pretty forested area.
Beautiful forested campground with 5 of the sites overlooking the North Rim (83 total sites). Very quiet and peaceful, even though it was full. Only about 5 sites will accommodate a 40' RV, but all sites are paved. Generator use restricted to 2 hours in morning and 2 hours in evening. We would definitely stay here again.