This is a great stopping point off of the interstate. The sites are long enough for a big rig and a toad and are fairly level. The 70 or so cable channels worked good too. Bath house was large and clean. Men's had 3 full size shower stalls, but only one commode stall. The operators were very friendly and helpful with any questions. They had free movies & books that you could "check out" at the office. Laundry facilities are also available. There is no shade. Another drawback is that there are a lot of locals (possibly transient workers) living in the park and they are always using the bath house & laundry. The interstate noise was minimal.
This is by far not a resort. But it is a nice park to base out of and visit Atlanta. It has many shaded sites. The bath suites are great but there are only two of them so the wait can get long. Laundry facilities were nice too. It is only 16-17 miles from Atlanta and has easy access. The sites are small and there are residents living on the property in the lots numbered over 40. The pool was very clean and folks were enjoying it.
This is a City Owned park on Lake Taneycomo at the end of the new Branson Landing. It has sites on the lake and there are some shaded sites away from the lake. All sites are gravel and level. The wWi-Fi & cable worked excellent. Cable has over 55 channels! It is a great place to park the rig and visit Branson as it has full hookups. Probably the least expensive park in Branson at $21 a night including FHU, Wi-Fi & cable. The bathhouse was very clean and in good condition for an older park. We would stay here again and recommend it to anybody. As far as size, there was a 40' HM towing a 18' cargo trailer, parked attached, while were there and it was all on one pull thru site!
Nice campground. Bathhouses had a contractor cleaning crew and they were spotless! Nice paved level sites. On Lake Arkabutla Resevoir. The water was very low when we were there. So low that the boat landing stopped about 150 feet before the water! It is a huge lake and looks like it would be a great spot for summertime camping. Very spacious sites.
Nice, clean park. I read several reviews on here stating the lack of grass and all rocks on sites, all true by the way. It wasn't until I read about using rocks to keep down chiggers & fleas in this beautiful mountain top park that I understood. You are on a mountain top surrounded by trees. We stayed 3 days in a 5th wheel in November so there were not many others here. I think there may have been 15-18 campers total. The park is spotless. The laundry room is very clean, as is the bath house. My only problem with the shower was there was no dressing area. You stepped right out of the shower into the open area of the rest of the room. This is not a campground, it is an RV park. Campfires are not allowed, there is no playground or pool, and the sites are relatively close. But that was what we were looking for on this trip, just a "base" place to stay. The wi-fi is not fast and actually went out on me. Luckily there was somebody with unsecured satellite internet and I was able to piggyback on them. The cable channels are very limited, no regular FOX channel. We were able to get it over the air though. I would reccommend this as a place to park the rig and visit the area, but not as a campground to camp.