This resort is very isolated, as mentioned before. We were here for 7 nights and there were only a few of us in the RV park except over the weekend when there were a few more RV's. The area was quiet and peaceful, which we appreciated. We enjoyed the small town of Clarksville & talked to many of the artisans as well as went to the Chili Cook-off. We visited some surrounding towns including Louisiana. There's a great pewter shop there. We took a day trip to Hannibal & Bowling green but there really isn't much to do in the area near the resort. The resort itself doesn't look like it's thriving but it is well kept. I loved walking my dog there since it wasn't crowded & the resort is very large with plenty of walking space. Too bad the restaurant & winery aren't open but the pool was busy & there were daily activities for the kids posted at the pool. The sites were gravel and level. We got to pick whichever site we wanted & were able to get sewer & 50 amp service. Satellite worked well and Verizon air card worked but it was slow. We would come back again for a few days but not too long as there just isn't enough in the area to keep us busy. Price is Coast to Coast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is in the middle of nowhere. It was designed as part of a resort but no one came. No TV or radio signal. The restaurant and winery have closed. They do have a small snack bar open. The large pool is closed with only a small one open. Road through the campground is narrow. Area has a major problem with gnats. Not close to anything – St Louis is 1-1/2 hours away. We would not stay here again. Rate is C2C. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 4 nights on Coast-to-Coast points. Wi-Fi is available in the laundry area. The shower rooms seem "unfinished." No place to hang your stuff. No benches. Nice building but no privacy. The entire property seems to have been stalled by the economy before it got finished. We did not visit the winery. We DID use it as a base to visit St. Louis. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Tievoli Hills is truly a resort, with little need to go anywhere else. Every sporting activity is available, and what is most special is that while the kids are playing baseball or tennis or swimming, the parents can relax to live music at the bistro. If you wish to eat out somewhere else, the charming village of Clarksville has good restaurants, as does the town of Louisiana in the other direction. Another plus is the availability of nice timeshare-type accommodations for family members who don't camp. My poor rating for cleanliness should be taken lightly as I arrived the day after a very muddy Labor Day weekend, and the new work campers came in the next day. The pricing I listed is based upon my membership, not the regular cost. This is a membership park which allows nonmembers to camp one week a year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This camping resort includes timeshare (RCI) and rental accommodations. There is a small restaurant at the pool area as well as a bistro and wine-tasting establishment. They have weekend live music and all the sports facilities you can think of. This is a membership camping park (CCC, AOR, RPI, etc.) It had space available on Labor Day weekend. The nightly rate depends upon which membership you have, of course, but they allow two visits without a membership. The one drawback is that they have such extensive grounds that it is necessary to drive your car to some activities. Too hilly for bikes. The location is 45 minutes north of St. Louis near Rt. 79, which is a scenic drive along the Mississippi. Clarksville is a charming old river town. We camped here in a Motorhome.