This is a very pleasant campground. A few miles off the highway we were taking from Branson to KC but worth the effort. Nothing overly fancy, just laid out nice. Shade available. Sites are gravel as is the short road in, but in good shape. The guy at check in (owner I think) was very nice. Only one other rig in camp the night we stayed. Told us to just pick whatever site we wanted, if looking for shade or clear line of site if we had satellite. Told us he does not lock the office at night so if we wanted ice cream or soda, help ourselves and put money in the bucket. He checked on us later to make sure everything was to our liking. Huge plus was the hummingbird feeders all along his office porch. There were so many little birds it was like insects flying around. Simply mesmerizing. Only reason I gave a 9 instead of 10, we could not find a place to dump our trash in the morning. Walked all over, finally took it with us. Would love to stay here anytime in the area. Rate was cash with Good Sam.
Right down on the edge of the "strip" in Branson. Walking distance to lots of the "action". Site was gravel, but level. Nice shade. Sites are close, but did not feel too crowded. Pretty tight getting in and out. Tight turns. We are in a 29 foot and it was not bad, but not sure how well the huge rigs do. They are in here so must be ok. Staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed two nights. Would return here if in area. Rate was with Good Sam
This was a nice area. A couple miles off the highway on a good road. No highway noise, no trains. Dirt sites, some shade. We needed our Legos to get level but not a big deal. Water and electric available, but no sewer hookup. There is a dump station. I would rate this higher, but for the fees. We looked it up online and the rate was $17 a night. Once you get there you find there is another park usage fee of $8 if you don't have the Kansas park pass. Then another $5 for the vehicle fee. Not an extra vehicle, the RV itself. Kind of felt nickel dime a bit.
Level dirt sites. Some shade, not much. Owner was friendly. Easy to get to and quiet. Stopped for one night on way through. Looked more inviting than other camp option in town. Would stay again if in area.
This is a nice spread out camp area. Some tent sites, some no hook ups, some with water and electric. They are scattered around the lake. We had an electric/water site in Tumbleweeds. None of the sites were right up on another. Looks like the main activity is water sports. Lots of jet skis, ski boat, water tubes. No swimming, that seemed odd. We enjoyed the stay. Some might be put off by the watercraft noises and this would not be a good choice for those. They were pretty much all done by dusk. No highways or trains noises at night. Would pick this park again if in the area.
Past reviews made me think this might be the lesser of the evils but we wanted a site near Fossil Butte. This was a very nice little park. There do seem to be some long term campers here but everything looked neat and clean. Sites well kept. Some sites were well maintained gravel, some were paved. Some back ins and some pull throughs. We parked on a paved site. It is near the rail line but far enough away that it was not a bother, just rather a pleasant reminder of life moving around us. Not near a crossing so no whistles. Small river runs by. Took a walk and saw a beaver dam, two beaver, and four buck deer in full velvet. Spent one night. Would come here again.
Just off the highway, far enough road noise not an issue for us. Dirt roads with gravel pads. Looks to be well maintained. Friendly guy in office, led us to our site. Stood by and told me when my sewer bay was by the dump hookup. Not needed but helpful none the less. I assumed I would have to move around anyway to get level but was dead on right where he had me stop. We are here for one night. Would stay here again.