We love this place and we think you will too. Named after the spring-fed streams that run through the property and our vision of returning the corn and soybean fields back into an oak and walnut inspired savanna, Savanna Springs is tucked into a secluded valley at the end of a dead end road just 10 minutes from I-70. The campsite sits in a crook of a stream surrounded by mag
We love this place and we think you will too. Named after the spring-fed streams that run through the property and our vision of returning the corn and soybean fields back into an oak and walnut inspired savanna, Savanna Springs is tucked into a secluded valley at the end of a dead end road just 10 minutes from I-70. The campsite sits in a crook of a stream surrounded by magnificent sycamore trees. Relax under their canopy while listening to the water babble by or go for a walk and explore the 160-acre property. Off the property there are plenty of other places to explore. Take a walk or bike on the tree canopied gravel roads that are near by. Additionally, the famous Katy trail is about 15-20 minutes away and also a great place to take a stroll or pedal away. Columbia, home of the University of Missouri, is 20 miles away and has just about anything that you can think of.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
If you have a bike with fatter tires, then there are some great gravel roads to ride around on here. Also, there is the famous ...Read more
There is access to the Petite Saline, which eventually feeds into the Missouri River, just down the road. If you have a kayak o...Read more
Access to the Petite Saline is down the road and there is the ability to fish off the bank or bridge. You'll need to provide yo...Read more
Taking a walk in the wood or on the gravel roads is something we try to do often. There is a wonderful network of dirt roads to...Read more
The Petite Saline, which flows into Missouri river, is an excellent place to paddle up and down and see some wildlife. Since it...Read more
The best swimming/wading hole is about 700 ft from the camp site. Feel free to jump in the spring fed stream to get your blood ...Read more
Be on the look out for foxes, turtles, bobcats, deer, opossums, turkeys, raccoons, and the list could go on!
Natural features you'll find at Savanna Springs in Missouri.
You'll find a lot of oaks, hickories, maples, persimmons, ceders, black walnuts, honey locusts, paw paws, and hackberries throu...Read more
The 160-acre property is a dynamic mix of fields, streams, hills, and trees.
River, stream, or creek
There are four springs on the property, two of which run year round and provide a wonderful ambiance.
There is a nice swimming spot located just 100 feet away from a spring so the water is cool and clean!
Our goal is to eventully turn this farm that used grow corn and soybeans and transition it into a place with a lot of beautiful...Read more
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Camping from indiana
The camp site was mowed nice and the site we chose and great morning shade. There was plenty of open space to spread out. We were able to drive right up to the site but we have a truck.
Composting toilet was as expected, people need to be sure and throw in wood chips.
The host was super sweet, friendly and helpful. Lola the dog visited and was friendly, but owner did put up for the night, so that was appreciated.
Such a blessing this sweet spot with a lil swimming hole. It really was just what I needed at the end of a long drive on a warm day. Just a short way from the interstate through some rolling hills I was welcomed by the setting sun and a near full rising moon. I was greeted by this friendly, helpful and kind family and soon off to rest by the creek side in my tent after a quick dip. There were comforting sounds of owl, frogs in the water and the faint cry of a train horn. I felt so cared for and slept well here. Would recommend to anyone wanting a night to be near the trees and in a quiet place to camp under a beautiful night sky in the country.
Beautiful campsite next to a small creek. The nightly orchestra of crickets and frogs, joined by a duet of Owls and then a wonderful solo from Mr. Coyote...glorious!
The morning sun lights the treetops then walks the light to the ground and to your tent
The hosts could not be more accommodating
Beautiful little campsite, private.
Wonderful hosts! Very private campsite. Night sounds include a chorus of crickets and frogs with a duet of Owls and a solo from the Coyote. Beautiful morning sunrise that walks across the field to your tent as it rises above the hilly terrain.
Hosts are most accommodating!! Great camp!