Camp site on PRIVATE 9.5 acres all to your group- with one electrical extension 110 cord available. Regularly serviced portable toilet available in season May 1- September 30. Behind site is Brushy Creek which is full in the spring, and turns more into a wet weather creek in summer depending on rain levels. Peaceful mountain views, privacy and nature. 30 minutes from pop
Camp site on PRIVATE 9.5 acres all to your group- with one electrical extension 110 cord available. Regularly serviced portable toilet available in season May 1- September 30. Behind site is Brushy Creek which is full in the spring, and turns more into a wet weather creek in summer depending on rain levels. Peaceful mountain views, privacy and nature. 30 minutes from popular destinations Sam A Baker Park, Clearwater Lake, Black River floating, Johnson Shut ins, Elephant Rocks, Marble Creek. Kayak directly into Sam A Baker Park from Big Creek.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
In spring, there are fish in Brushy Creek when its full.
Guests can use Brushy Creek from behind the mobile all the way to the Road/ CR 155 to wade in/creek walk
Natural features you'll find at Brushy Creek Vulcan Campsite in Missouri.
River, stream, or creek
Visitors can use Brushy Creek behind the mobile.
Visitors can use Brushy Creek behind mobile. In spring its full, and summer turns more into a wet weather creek
The vibe at Brushy Creek Vulcan Campsite
Places to see near Big Creek Vulcan campsite
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Serene setting, crystal clear creek
We had a great time staying at Big Creek Vulcan. We came with our 25ft travel trailer and 24ft rv and a tent camper. The campsite is flat and well maintained. Our kids enjoyed learning how to prime a well and pump water, and we appreciated the portable toilet on site. It is a very basic camp set up, however, it has the necessities(picnic table, fire pit, electric) and the setting is spectacular. We explored the creek behind the mobile home, and the kids loved the tree swing, but the best part was Big Creek. The short walk(or drive) down was peaceful and then we could swim/wade/float and catch tadpoles all day long. There were a few other people at the creek with us over the 4th of July weekend, but we mostly had it to ourselves! The water is crystal clear, there’s a ton of neat rocks, and it’s the perfect temperature to refresh without freezing:) The camp host was attentive to my messages and clear with instructions. I can’t wait to camp here again with our kids’ friends and their families. It’s a great spot for a family/friend camping trip!
My husband and I and our two dogs enjoyed our stay here! It was set back in a woodsy area with a gorgeous view of an open hay field with the mountains in the background. Very private and firewood was supplied. The water area is down the road further from the site but was very cool and clear. No reception at campsite so make sure to write down the directions the host gives you! Many beautiful and amazing parks located nearby the area. Elephant Rocks was our favorite! Definitely want to come back and travel to more park areas.
The campsite was great! Lots of space for the kids to run around and play, plenty of firewood, great swing and large trees for shade, access to a creek for exploring, and right down the road from the river which is perfect for swimming! Lots of bugs and some noise from time to time ( dogs, trains and motorcycles) but overall an amazing little getaway!
This place was amazing. Private, secluded, crystal clear creek that was on site that we could play in but not too close that I worried about anything. Perfect tree coverage, and my kids loved the swing! Couldn't have asked for a better 1st camping experience for my little family.
*Be careful if planning to drive a car there, I'm not sure it could pass the low water crossing if it's not a dry season. We went in August and I felt it was just barely passable for my SUV.
*Also, lots of ticks, so come prepared.