We were able to get a walk-in site in the Quartzite loop for Labor Day weekend. Prior reviewer was right, lots of sites (including ours) were un-level and required some effort. But, the sites were large overall. Also, the trails and lake were very enjoyable. We would stay here again.
We stayed here 2 nights. The pads are only 20' long but the area is quite long and we were able to hang over onto the grass. The park was under utilized so we parked our truck on the site next to us and it wasn't an issue. They also have a 30 day rate which was quite reasonable. We would stay here again.
The campground itself was fine but the road noise from I-80 was the worst we have ever encountered. Maybe the other reviewers had their A/C running all night and that's why the noise didn't seem too bad. I would never stay here again because of the noise level.
The campground is several miles south of I-80 with camping signs directing you to the park. It's a field outside the fence of the city baseball diamond with electrical posts scattered around the parameter. 8 have 30 amp connections. All grass, pretty level. Not sure how good it would be with a big rig after heavy rain but we had no issues with our 43' toy hauler after a day of drizzle. We stayed 2 nights and left a donation in the box. We would stay here again even though the local businesses seem to be closing down. We were the only ones in the park on the weekend we were there.
We stayed only one night, the rate is the Passport America rate. Not 50% off but it was a discount. The sites are close together which is typical for a destination such as Branson. The wi-fi was super fast and the hosts were very helpful. We would stay here again.
Nice campground with lots of shade, but the roads are narrow. Drive very carefully. We were unable to get into our reserved site because of trees and narrow roads. I recommend sites 148-151 for large rigs. They are on a wider road and in the open (unfortunately no shade). We stayed 5 nights and we would return!