Wednesday, July 2, 2014


June 16 - 29, 2014
Site#49   Price $22./night
Our rating 3.75 out of 5
This is just an average RV park, but because of the price and the nice owners, I gave it a slightly above average rating. Also, if we had been in one of the middle of the park sites, which are much nicer, the rating could have been higher.
Discounts: Passport America honored for the whole 2 week stay.
Sites: Sites vary in size and quality. Our site was very tight, with no shade. But we were very close to the grassy area for the dogs, which made it enjoyable for Devin. Other sites were larger & shaded. They had concrete pads, with river rock landscaping which was very nice.
Hook ups: FHU. Really great water pressure.
Bathrooms: Private, large and clean.
Laundry: Beautiful!!!!!! The laundry was a separate building with about 8 washer/dryers, tables to fold clothes, an iron and board for our use. There was a book exchange, as well as a comfy couch and TV. 
Pets: Very pet friendly. Yet another park that has plenty of room to set up simple fencing for dog play. Lots of grassy area, with doggie bags provided.
WiFi: Multiple available, included. Worked fairly well.
Verizon Internet: Good.
Sprint Internet: No signal
Satellite: Plenty of open sky.
Verizon cell: 4 bars
AT&T cell: 4 bars
Book Exchange: In the laundry room
Activities: There is a beautiful pool that is made to look more like a pond among the rocks. Also a hot tub that is trying to look like it's in a natural setting. A nice touch.
There is an onsite restaurant, called Rosie's Tumbleweed Outpost Grill,which I reviewed in a prior post.
Mail delivery accepted: yes
Area/Town/Sights: Well, duh! It's Branson! Lots of touristy things to do. Musical shows, variety shows, Silver Dollar City, riding the ducks (trucks that are also boats), Table Rock Lake activities, College of the Ozarks, wineries...
Overall a nice park, especially for the price and if you want to be in the Branson area, but not amid the chaos, hustle and bustle of Branson.

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