The property is adjacent to the Mark Twain National Forest. Campers can enjoy a breathtaking 60+acre lake for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. This is a hikers, campers/bird watchers dream. Plenty of trails to explore. Newly remodeled bathhouse with restrooms and showers. Pet friendly. Firewood and ice available to purchase, kayaks and fishing poles are available to rent. Th
The property is adjacent to the Mark Twain National Forest. Campers can enjoy a breathtaking 60+acre lake for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. This is a hikers, campers/bird watchers dream. Plenty of trails to explore. Newly remodeled bathhouse with restrooms and showers. Pet friendly. Firewood and ice available to purchase, kayaks and fishing poles are available to rent. The sites are about 20 ft from each other - if you are looking for more privacy please check out the secluded site or the peninsula. If you forgot something at home stop by our little country store, we might have it! :)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Beautiful lake! The tent sites by the lake are a little rocky and not flat, but worth it for the view. The bath house is one of the best I have ever seen for a campground. Can’t wait to go back!
This is a great place to go! There weren’t a lot of people when we went, so it was pretty peaceful. The lakeside campsites aren’t very clearly defined but beautiful and conveniently right in the lake. The lake was beautiful. There was a lot of sites under construction but didn’t interfere with the camping. I’m excited to go back and see the updates they are working on!
Beautiful sites, we will be back!
Must go camping here!!!
This was a beautiful spot down by the water! Conveniently located close to the new bathhouse that was extremely well done. (Feels more like a nice pool house.) But not too close so you did not have lots of foot traffic past your site. The water is gorgeous and cclear to see tons of fish. Highly reccomend renting a boat. Kayaks were reasonably prices $15 for 4 hours ❤ with many options to choose from already located on the boat rack on the lake. People can purchase day passes to use the beach or rent boats so traffic picked up just after lunch time.
The only thing to note with the campsite is it is all on a graded slope. (There is room at the bottom of the site thats flat but there is a dead pine there. We received wind and rain so didnt not want to risk the tree falling.) The slope is manageable but our 2 and 4 yr old both ended up being a bit cranky in the lower right corner following the slope. This was not a deal breaker by a long shot! If youre concerned with slope dont select site 4. We loved our stay and will absolutely be back! Super interested in booked that phenomenal tree house w/o our kids ❤
This stay was absolutely perfect for 2 college kids. We decided to book here our last weekend of summer before going back to school, and we loved it. We kayaked, swam, and enjoyed grilling on our campsite right by the water. It wasn’t busy at all, but I could see the campsite getting pretty crowded if all the sites were booked. They are pretty close to one another. In addition, we found the store to be a little unorganized. We weren’t given direction on how to rent kayaks, they were out of maps making it difficult to find our camp site, and the firewood wasn’t actual blocks but just 2x4s. We also didn’t have to sign waivers or anything to kayak and life jackets did not seem to be provided. However, the site is beautiful and the bath house is nicely redone! We really enjoyed our stay :)
Had a very peaceful weeknight stay at this site. The place is clean and well kept. The tent sites are pretty close together and would probably give off music festival camping vibes if all the sites were occupied.
There are animals on the far end of the lake (horses and goats) I even made friends with one of the goats on my last night. Poor guy got his head stuck in the fence, but I managed to help him get free.
The hike around the lake is really awesome. The property is massive and beautiful. Top notch showers too which is perfect after a day of hiking around the lake.
Stayed at tent sites “A” on a weekday night and basically had the place to myself. Didn’t see one other boat on the water and we had the swim beach to ourselves. Very comfortable and clean place. I would stay here again. My kids loved it!
We’ve camped here twice now. The positives. You can camp right on the water, there’s multiple docks and you can bring your own floaters and drift out. You catch a lot of fish (all throwbacks but the kids loved constantly getting bites) and they sell worms and rent poles out. If you bring your own pole and bait fishing is free. The grounds have horses, chickens, etc. The view is beautiful and the bathrooms were better than 95% of campground bathrooms I’ve used.
The negative. Starting at 9 am they mowed and weed-eated for over an hour (near the campground) It was very loud and long for being so early (it is a working ranch so no guarantee you’ll be able to sleep in here.) There were also so many spiders under the picnic table we couldn’t use it at night, I would recommend bringing a bug killing spray for under the table. But other than the spiders and mowing early in the morning this is one of the best places to camp.