This is a small City Park located on a pond. You pay on the honor system. Very pleasant place to stay. There are four sites, two across from two. Not exactly a pull-thru but easily accessible. There was a train nearby for one night only. Be sure to go into Ellinwood and take a tour of the underground tunnels with the "mens businesses".
Had planned on staying here overnight but when I pulled in and drove through the CG I found it to be dirty with a lot of not very neat permanent rigs and dogs running loose or tied up outside with no one in sight. Decided to keep driving.
When we arrived at 2pm the office was closed until 3pm. When we were assigned sites(was caravaning with a friend) one of the sites was occupied by someone's trailer and motorcycle. The other site was next to someone with two yapping dogs fenced in outside their old trailer. Found this park to be full of not well maintained permanent trailers; dogs running loose or tied up outside and someone working on a vehicle. The sites were small and backin and difficult to get into. Would not recommend or stay here. We got our money back and went on down the road. Had car campers and tenters all over the place by the office.
Campground is located behind a gas station and we were pleasantly surprised at the park. Wide open, long grassy sites with not too much traffic noise. Not all of the 40 sites had electric but would definitely stay there again. We stayed for two nights and the rate reflects Passport America.
Filthy park: mostly monthlies with junk all around their sites. Lots of dogs running loose and dog waste everywhere. If I were the owner I'd be ashamed to have people see my park. If there hadn't been a storm brewing I would have left this park as fast as possible.
Really nice park and super owners. Had cement slabs but nice grassy area for pets. Had a free shuttle to the shows in Branson. Rate reflects Passport America. Would definitely recommend and stay here again. We extended our stay for a week.
The only good thing about this park was the cement slabs were level but surrounded by large (ankle turning) rocks and you were right next to your neighbor. There seemed to be a lot of monthlies that had lots of stuff around their rigs. Pets are accepted BUT the pet walk area was on a steep hillside and at the very back of the park. Rate reflects Passport America. Would not stay here again.
OK for an overnight. A lot of construction workers with lots of "stuff" around their sites. Staff friendly. Never was able to connect on their Wi-Fi. Voltage at their box (in the two sites I checked) was only 114. Was very careful not to use more than one thing at a time. Pool not heated. Seemed overpriced to use only their electric for overnight.
DO NOT STAY HERE. We pulled in after the office was closed and found there were no pull thrus but since it was fairly empty except for some pretty dumpy worker's trailers, we parked sideways so we could get electric. There was trash by the new electric poles included a used sewer hose and beer cans. When we checked out in the morning we found the cost was $35 a nite!!!! I've paid less for resort type parks that were nice.
The part of the park near the office is well maintained, but the section at the other end is not! There were lots of weeds, especially the ones with stickers. If you want quiet, this is not the park for you. They have a "bar" on the grounds and have live bands that are so loud you can hear them even with your windows closed and being a couple of "blocks" away. The phones were not working the entire time we were here.
Park was clean but a complete parking lot with lots of cement. Not pet friendly. About only place to walk your dog was all the way across the street by the water. No beach at all, just big pieces of cement. Sites were really tight. The sites with grass seemed to be given to long term people. Few sites had a view of the water. No place to walk on the beach at all.
A real family oriented park - has teepee's, cabins, tent sites in addition to motorhome sites. Has a pool and water slide for kids of all ages. Lots of almost tame rabbits around - free bikes of all sizes for camapers use. Sites are roomy and not crammed all together wherever possible. Have some shade and some open sites. Convenient to all the interesting sights.
Park has three pools, two outside - one family and one adult and an adult-only indoor pool. They are allowing children in the indoor adult-only pool from 11am to 2pm. No where in their website or brochure do they tell you this. I chose this park in particular because it had an adult-only indoor pool. There's no park supervision at pool and children in diapers are going in the pool (which probably is why its so cloudy after the kids leave), running, jumping, screaming, etc. I will not come back to this park. They need to decide whether they want kids or adults.
Many of the sites were blacked out. You were handed a map with the sites blacked out and told to "pick one". The problem - you had to drive around to see which sites were already taken. The weeds were terrible - the ones with those awful stickers - you couldn't even step outside without getting into them. There were quite a few questionable looking - what looked like long term rigs there. We used electric only. Would boon dock at a rest stop before staying here again.