Very easy access to highway and would be a good place to stop for the night but over priced for what it is. We usually prefer back in sites but were told these are all for long termers. All the pull through sites are very very close together. But on the bright side you can hook up your sewer from the shade of your neighbors awning. Heck, you could even sit down at his picnic table, bend over and hook it up. The down side is if you want to use your picnic table or even sit outside. The park has a general un-kept appearance to it. There are a lot of containers that appear to have at one time held plants and flowers that now are just dirt, weeds or dead flowers. This park gets a 5 because they have a pool and free wifi. I see no reason to stay here again.
Pretty setting at the end of a half mile long gravel road miles from the nearest town. Very quiet and no road noise at all. Surrounded by trees with lots of shady sites but the road in and out requires creative driving to keep from dragging branches on roof. The campground doesn't really have a swimming pool. There is a public pool next door with the same owners but you pay an entrance fee along with the general public, there is a discount if you are camping. All in all a very pleasant place to get away from it all. We would definitely stay here again.
I am writing this review from the laundry room because this is the only place wifi is available in the park. I may as well be sitting at starbucks for all the convenience this allows. Roads are narrow and steep and sites are TINY. The toad has to park next to the RV so if we needed to use the awning we wouldn't have a place to park. Some sites toad parking is away from their site. Someone will expertly guide you into the site but then about half the sites are nose in sites. Will they be there to expertly back you out of your site? There are lots of trees and it is in the heart of Branson which would be good if you had no car. Traffic to get in and out of the park is usually heavy. If this was the only park in the area it would be a good place to stay but there are just too many better places to choose from. I would stay here again only if the better places were full.
This is a very nice park. The location of the park has great views and easy access and the sites are wide and well maintained. Check in was a quick and easy 5 minutes. The RV sites where our site was are interspersed with mainly small cabins. The sites are individually owned so what you get varies depending on the site. For instance, we had a fire pit but no picnic table. Big discounts for weekly stays and fall rates. This park may have been even better in the past but is still a worthwhile place to stay. I would stay here again if coming to this area.
This is an OK park for an urban park. The roads are narrow and the concrete pads are barely wide enough to park on with no pad for the picnic table. I don't care for the back to back parking where your 'front yard' is also your neighbors 'front yard'. Their website is very misleading, it says wifi is available at all sites and on the same page list the extra fees such as for cable and dogs etc. but does not say an extra fee for wifi. When I asked about it the lady said oh one of the books forgot to put that in there. I told her it is on the parks own website. I don't think that it was a mistake I think it is deliberately misleading.
Not a great park but is close to the city. Sites are very close together and small so where to park the tow or towed vehicle seems to be a problem for many in the park, causing difficulty manuevering through the park. The owner is very friendly and accommodating but the maintenance man seemed to have difficulty understanding that the 30 amp plug needed replaced because it didn't sizzle when I plugged it in but rather it sizzled while it was plugged in. Seems like there may be several full timers here. I would stay here again because of location.