October 8, 2020 - reviewed by Turtle People
Nice place. Very clean grounds and shower house.
June 27, 2020 - reviewed by HoneyBear
We've stayed here many times
This last time our phones were 0 bars. I quickly found out that the Wi-Fi was not free. And isn't that fast. It dropped me from the internet several times, each time I had to go-to the sign on page to get back on the internet. I'm not internet dependant but I didn't feel like I got my money's worth.
October 16, 2018 - reviewed by Todd
Full Hook Ups
I never get full hook up here there always booked. But they are not all filled ! WTF
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by Honey Bear
Half Price For Seniors!
This Campground is very well maintained, grass is mowed, everything is pristine. My camper has a full bath so I can't comment on the bathrooms. But the park is beautiful, clean, quiet, with little animals running all over the place! Very long paved back in parking, no drive thru's. I also discovered they had free high speed wifi. All sites have electric. We stayed in the Deer Run sites, several sites are full hookups, water, electric, and sewer. They do have a very clean dump station at the exit/entrance. With Senior pass all sites are half price. Can't beat $12 a night for full hook ups!
June 18, 2017 - reviewed by Nut4speed
The campsite themselves are well spaced out, were paved, and appear to all be fairly level. Lots of shade!
Every bathroom facility i went into is in need of major renovation though. They were all run down, smelly, and dirty. They need to take a lesson from the MO state parks system, their bathroom facilities, even if they are old, are clean and maintained in my experience.
This isn't a slight against just this park but all the COE and state park at the lake, none of them had an onsite beach or one within realistic walking distance to the campground.
April 21, 2017 - reviewed by Arboldt
Several loops, one was still closed.
Sites are very spacious, blacktop driveway for your RV or vehicle, grassy, With gravel around the picnic table and fire pit. There are trees and bushes behind the sites and some between sites, so you do not feel too close to neighbors. Most sites are within walking distance of a path down to the lake. There are lots of fishermen with their boats at this campground.
All sites appear to have electric, although full hook ups are closer to the main road. Full hook up sites filled by Thursday afternoon. Sewer connection at our site was about a foot above ground.
With a federal senior pass, we paid $12 per night for full hook up.
A few miles away, around an arm of the reservoir, The corps of engineers has a wonderful visitor center, where Wi-Fi is available.
July 14, 2015 - reviewed by Gary Willhoit
Looks like you are in the Ozarks. Many sites are within walking distance from the lake. Very busy on weekends. Might make a reservation. Many shaded sites. Friendly staff. Generally quiet campers.