We have stayed here for the last month and a half. (Paying monthly rates) It is convenient to Ft. Leonard Wood for the last two months of work and daughter's last semester of college. Sites are all cement but close together. You cannot pull out your awnings. You are right next to I-44 so there is always traffic noise. Your view is the freeway and the hotel. There is cable included in the price. You can also walk up to the hotel for a shower and restrooms if you choose. I did use showers twice. There is also one washer ($1.25) and 2 dryers ($1.00) up at the hotel for everyone's use. They worked well, and we never had to wait for them. There is a convenient store/gas station right across the street if needed. Management is very helpful. We had a problem with the water, and they fixed it right away. This park worked well for our needs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Updating from our visit in January 2010. Stopped here again in late November since Boiling Springs was full. What an improvement in 11 months! New concrete pads, new hook-up posts that are the nicest I have seen, 20, 30, & 50 amp with a lighted post that can be switched off, and new water bibs. A nice overnight stop right off the interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had planned on stopping at Boiling Springs Campground, but there had been snow that day and the lady @ Boiling Springs said the road in was impassable so she recommended Country Hearth just off the interstate. Campground was adequate for an overnight stop, but not much else. Campground is a flat spot behind a Country Hearth Motel, some of the water connections were frozen, electric went out in the middle of the night. It was however, an adequate place for a quick overnight stop in bad weather. Easy access off I-44. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.