This is your basic overnight stop, although we did stay a couple nites. It's self pay with envelopes and a drop slot. There were what looked like a couple permanent rigs there but otherwise not too crowded. Even though we're a 40ft RV, we opted for a back in and found one that fit. We unhooked in the McDonald's truck parking lot across the street & also hooked up there when we left. The park is all gravel, so I walked my dog across the street at McDonalds. Convenient for breakfast too. We had good Verizon cell & air card here. Boonville was a nice surprise downtown & the casino is in town too. We came to see the Clydesdales. We never saw anyone running the place but didn't need to. Know ahead of time that the pull thrus are higher in cost. We'd stay here again for an overnight. Nothing fancy but we had full hookups w/50 amp service and sometimes that's all you need or want in a place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There isn't much to choose from in Boonville but this was convenient right off I-70 behind McDonalds/Taco Bell. It is just a gravel parking lot with about 15 sites, some of which aren't level. We are a 40+ rig and a toad so we had a pull thru that was level. I will say that if this park is full, it would be very hard to move around in there. There were only 3 other, what I call permanent rigs, there and one other overnight RV (another big rig) so it was no problem in and out. It's self check in and the rate is high for a parking lot but the power was good & it was convenient. There is only 1 shower and toilet but they were clean & we did see a lady cleaning the bathroom the morning we left. Other than her, we saw no one that appeared to run the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I-70 at Exit 103 down a hill behind McDonalds/Taco Bell. 24hr unmanned self check-in. 6 marginal pull throughs plus several back-ins (if park is crowded you cannot pull through). There is a bathroom. It worked well for quick overnight We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just an overnight place to stay. Sign was rather deceptive. Bold letters stated $20/night. After we signed in, realized it was $25 for pull-through sites. Would not stay here again. No amenities. Just a place to park overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.