There isn't really any staff on site, but being rural it seems safe. There are multiple sites filled but no people. This is probably mostly a summer park. The showers had no hot water, but we called and they did get it turned on. They are unisex and nice and big. There is some shade but sites are filled. So far there is only one 50amp site. Road is dirt/gravel as are the sites. There is grass and picnic tables but no patios. About 6 miles from the lake. The view is of the hills. We stayed 4 days visiting friends. Would stay again if the COE is under water like now. Isn't the best for big rigs, but okay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well kept park with miniature golf, swimming pool, and a wonderful little cafe. Owner were friendly and helpful. Great place to stay while exploring Bull Shoals Lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Theodosia Park Campground can't be beat for a lakeside campground with convenience. This is not a remote and solitary style campground, it is located adjacent to the Theodosia Marina and Resort. The benefit to this is easy access to bait, boat rental and other amenities of marina and a restaurant, Cookies, with great tasting food and affordable prices. We stayed at site B 9, the pros were close to water and beach, great pavilion covering a nice sized picnic table, a campfire ring with grill and a separate BBQ grill with a cooking table and lots of space, the one con is that this site has no shade trees until the ones recently planted mature a bit. Restrooms were very clean. The showers were great, no push-button, timed showers here. Be sure not to pick the couple of sites that are right down by water's edge as they easily flood. You can park your boat at shore at the campground. We parked our kayaks and left them on the bank next to the boat ramp, all week, and no one bothered them. If you haven't been to Bull Shoals you will not be disappointed, the lake is not crowded, people are friendly and the water is so clean and beautiful. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We enjoyed our stay here very much. We were assigned site B09 which is the lsst site right on the water facing the marina. The guest host was most pleasant and always greeted us during our two (2) day stay. The site was a 45 ft cement pad with a nice cement covered picnic area. The restrooms and showers were most convenient. The sites are close but laid out nicely. The site had both a grill, a table, a cooking table and a fire pit. Make your reservations early. Nice location too if you have a boat. There is a great restaurant right across from the park that serves the best catfish and hush puppies. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of rain this spring. Several sites under water. Nice place to camp, most sites have view of lake. Shade scarce. Sort of out of the way but right off US 160. Have stayed multiple times. Site level with cement, hard surface roads, restaurant on property with marina. Quiet park. Stayed for three days visiting the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful campground on the Missouri side of Bull Shoals Lake. The campground sits on a hillside on the edge of the water. The campsites are large. many have concrete pads. Our campsite was a large site with a picnic table and shelter. Next to the picnic table was a fire ring and built in seating along a rail fence that separated our campsite from the others. When we stepped out of our trailer in the morning, we had this beautiful view of the lake. The bathrooms were very clean. The campsite sits above a marina; boating and fishing are the big attractions in this area. Above the campground is a family style restaurant that offers great meals anytime of the day; their breakfasts can't be beat. The campground is gated, and there is a campground "host" who lives on site during the camping season. The only reason I didn't give this campground a "10" is because only 5 of the 33 campsites are reservable. All of the others are on a "first come, first serve" basis. Be wary of renting campsites B01 and B02. They are listed on the ReserveUsa website as single sites, but they are literally side by side. I would definitely call them shared sites. Sites B12-B15 are the remaining three reservable sites, and they, along with all the other sites in the campground are very nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.