When we got here there were no pull through sites available, but the back in was easy, gravel and fairly level. The owner is very friendly and helpful. There is WI-FI and cable and both work well. The bathroom/shower (yes-1) is clean but, we didn't use it. The park has what has to be permanent sites but most don't really look like it and those that do are very well kept. The residents we met are friendly. We were here for two nights and would return.
Owners are very friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel, fairly level and kind of close together but you can put your awning out with no problems. WiFi and cable TV work well. The restrooms/showers are clean and odor free. Laundry has two washers and dryers which are new and clean. We would stay here again.
Check-in is easy: drive in, find a site, park and set up. Check in when the office is open. This is a very mature pecan orchard with large trees. Sites are grass and level. There is some road noise at night as the highway goes to the bridge over the Mississippi River to Greenville, MS but not bad. The electric is good and steady, the WiFi and cable worked well. The restrooms were a surprise--bright, tiled very clean and odor free, not what is expected from the "rustic" outside. Not a lot of activities in the area but is a good park for 1 or 2 nights. We would stay here again.
Easy to find off the interstate and is well marked when you reach Lakeland Terrace at the Shell station on the right. The entry is narrow but not a problem towing or not. Not sure why an earlier rater had such an issue. The road to the campsites is gravel and dusty but is in pretty good shape. Our site was fairly level and fit our rig (38') with parking for the car in front. Electric was good and steady. The restrooms are elevated about 8 ft for flood events. I would guess and they were clean and odor free. There is a dump station just as you exit the park. The park rangers drive through frequently and are friendly and helpful. We would recommend this park and would stay here again.
A group of five units stayed at Indian Cave SP for three nights and found it quite pleasant. There is lots of shade and the grounds are very well kept. You need to chose your site carefully as many are not level and the size of the rig is important. There are 22 50 amp sites w/3 that can be reserved. A previous poster had problems with the power but we did not--a steady 120--and it was hot and humid. The park is worth exploring and the Cave is interesting. The interior roads are pretty good except in the campgrounds where washouts and erosion has created a real mess. The showers were clean and flush toilets are in the building. There are a lot of pit toilets throughout the park and are ok as pit toilets go, but they could use some lime. All in all, we had a good experience here and would return if they fix the roads.
Campground #1 is a tight cul-de-sac so unhook the car early. Sites are paved and fairly level. No trees for shade, they are in Campground #2. The park now has WiFi and it worked pretty good. The bathrooms are fairly clean and the showers are huge. All of the staff were friendly, especially the camp hosts. This is our first stay at a MO State Park and several people said it was representative of most. It is 6 miles or so from Branson, so was convenient. We stayed 5 nights and would return.
We were checked in by a very friendly staff and directed to our long, muddy, narrow but level pull through. The Wi-Fi was fair at night but really fast in the morning. They charge extra for cable and although I paid, I didn't hook up. We had planned on two nights but checked out the next morning. We were given a refund for the second night without hesitation. There is a lot of vehicle traffic on Maple street running in front of the park. If it weren't for the sites being so close together, this would be a higher scoring park.
Entrance to the park from Historic Rte.66 is like pulling into a narrow 1940's motel drive because it is but don't let that put you off. The RV spaces are in the back. We were directed to our long pull-through by the very friendly owner. The site is gravel, level with easy in and out. They have 80 lbs water pressure. There are lots of trees and a community fire pit with a grill and chairs. Overall, it's not a "pretty" park but it has everything I like or need for one or several nights. We would stay here again.
We came in after the office closed but the available sites were posted on the door. The pull-through was gravel and level. The cable and WIFI worked well. The next morning check in/out was pleasant and the rate is PPA. Only odd thing was there was no hot water for a shower at 9pm or washing hands at 7 am. There was hot water at 9 am. I forgot to ask about that. The park is beginning to build an activity/pool building. A real gem. We would stay here again.
We were greeted by a friendly staff and checked in quickly. The deluxe sites are long and bordered on the sides by grass. The regular pull through sites are close and side by side hookups. The seasonal campers are separated from the short term sites. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. The 4 outside restrooms/showers are older and clean, but two of them were closed (for winterizing?) which made the other two pretty busy. There are two more in the clubhouse. The park is quiet and well maintained with good electric and water. We would camp here again.
This is our 4th or 5th stay here. The sites are gravel, fairly level with a concrete patio and table for each. The grounds are well kept with flowers and a central park type sitting area. Access to the park is fairly easy from I-70 via US 63. There is some road noise from the highway but not bad. The park was fairly full our first night and the heat caused heavy electric use. My meter showed it was steady at 113 VAC but back to 120 the second night when it was cooler. The restrooms are clean and well kept. The park prefers you make a reservation. It backs up to the fairgrounds so probably fills when events are going on. The pool closes when the office does, about 7 PM. As said before, beware of the two killer speed bumps as you come into the park.
Easy access from highway. Check in was easy and friendly. Sites are pull-through, gravel and level. Water pressure is high (80lbs)and the maintenance man turned mine off when it ruptured my hose and we were gone. My fault though, I had messed with my regulator and not reset it. Electric is good and steady and cable TV has lots of choices and is clear. Bathrooms are clean, odor free and well maintained as is the laundry room and air conditioned but the other bathhouse is not. We stayed here 4 nights and the rate is GS. Never made it into the pool but it is well used and looks perfect. Only complaint might be no shade. We would stay here again.
Sites are a little tight but manageable. Restrooms are excellent, clean and odor free. The owner/staff are very friendly and helpful. There are some shaded spots and we got the best one next to the bathhouse which also has the Wi-Fi, which was strong and fast. They have cable TV but we didn't use it. Our site was a concrete pad which was dead level and we used the jacks for stability only. Power was good and steady. It is close to a road that is fairly busy during the day but no road noise at night. We stayed three nights and would stay here again.
Check in was quick and easy by a friendly and efficient employee. The gravel site was easy to get to and level. They have digital cable and provide a converter box if your rig doesn't have digital television. We didn't use the cable. Highway 71 is fairly close by, but highway noise was barely noticeable. The grounds are well kept but with the drought, not at their best, nor their fault. The restrooms/showers are older but clean and odor free. This was a one night stop for us and the rate was Passport America. We would stay here again.
Check-in was quick and friendly. The pull-through site is "on a hill" but fairly level on the top but the interior roads are rough and need work. The electricity is good even with the high 90 degree temps and high AC use. The restrooms and showers are clean and odor free. The campground is on the trolly system so getting to anywhere in town is easy and a daily pass is $5. Would stay here again.