The Good: $22 full hookup, good water pressure, electric, and sewer connections in proper location. Pull through sites. The Bad: Highway noise, had to run A/C fan motor to create white noise in bedroom to sleep. Some overhanging tree limbs brushed the top and sides of our RV while leaving our spot. The Ugly: Old and damaged RV's are apparently allowed to stay in the park. Many large propane tanks indicating folks living in the park, which in itself is not a big deal, however, when these folks let their large dogs run free, well it's just rude. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is your basic campground good for an overnighter while traveling. Most sites have permanent residents, some in good shape some not. Wi-Fi worked good and the antenna picked up the local stations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this campground while visiting relatives in Rolla. The address is Rolla, but it is actually closer to a small community called Edgar Springs. It is about 15 miles south of Rolla on Highway 63, but it is an easy quick drive into Rolla. The address of the CG is 24125 County Road 6050, Rolla but it is right along Highway 63 so there is traffic noise, but it was cold and rainy when we were there so we were closed up and traffic was not a big issue. Also the highway calms down at night. The sites are packed gravel. As noted, it was very wet when we were there so it was fairly sloppy. There are 18 sites but they have several others in the works. Since the CG was not crowded there was lots of space between RV’s but if it were full some of the sites would be pretty close together. The owners are nice and helpful and everything seemed pretty clean and in good order. The washers/dryers are only a dollar and that is nice. Also, the $20 per night is very reasonable given current commercial campground rates. This is not a resort CG but an OK place to stay if you want to visit the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.