This is not a traveler’s RV park but pleasant for two days as I passed through. It’s on Highway 65 south between Branson, Missouri and Little Rock, Arkansas. When I checked in, the lady at the counter was very personable and chatty. However, she didn’t give me a map or say where the dumpster was and it was all very loosey goosey. I asked about check out and she said not to worry about it, leave when I’m ready. I had to go back into the office two more times before I got parked because the layout is a little non-standard and I couldn’t quite figure out where I was supposed to be.
The sites are quite large and although there are no picnic tables, each site has plenty of space for a large rig and a vehicle. The first time was because I thought she said for me to go to site #20 but there was someone there already. I went back and she said just take any of the pull-thru sites. But then I drove around and couldn’t see any pull-thru sites so back to the office. It turns out the pull-thru sites actually have two site numbers on them and hookups on both sides. I think what really happened is that they used to be back to back back-in sites and because the park isn’t full, they are calling them “pull-thru” sites. I finally got settled in. Full hookups for these longer sites are $32 a day and back-in sites are $25, with discounts for weekly rates and monthly rates. Amenities include cable hookup and a small laundry room.
The park is about 2/3 full and many appear to be long-term residents although the park is extremely clean and quiet. There is not a lot of grassy area to walk the dogs but it was ok for 2 days. I don’t think they would be happy for longer though. The dumpster appears to be at another place of business but is just along a short dirt driveway to the right of the RV Park. The laundry only had 2 washers and 1 dryer but it appeared clean and in working order. The website describes a “wooded” area but it is all behind the back-in sites and you would be walking on someone’s site if you took your dogs there. The sites are all concrete pads, all fairly level, but the roads are gravel.
I took my dogs about 2 1/2 miles up the road to a nice little city park that had a paved trail along the creek and under the highway called Archey Fork Park. In addition to the walking trail, there is a small fishing pond, disc golf, an outdoor classroom with butterfly garden, playground, and skate park. There are also numerous fast food places along Highway 65 and a Walmart just up the street. The highway noise was not bad where I was parked at the end of the RV Park but might be noisier if you are closer.