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Old 09-11-2008, 02:58 PM   #1
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Never been in this area before. Any good suggestions on the campgrounds at either location? We would be arriving the first of October.
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Never been in this area before. Any good suggestions on the campgrounds at either location? We would be arriving the first of October.
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Old 09-12-2008, 05:48 AM   #3
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I've been there several times and stayed in different CGs. I have settled on the KOA for my future visits. It is 1/2 mile from the "strip". Easy access to the short cut roads around the strip. It is a typical KOA with all the KOA ammenities. Office staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the area. You can buy show and tour tickets at the KOA office.
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Least summer we stayed at the Outdoor World Branson for several days. It is quite lovely and on a lake but is about an hour out of Branson. Big Pine Lodge is right down the road and has a lovely restaurant. it has a swimming pool and hot tub and meeting room with breakfasts for the guests. Small golf course in front of the Rv spots down to the lake. The only deterent was the hour's drive into Branson.
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:47 AM   #5
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Indian point has a COE campground as well several commercial campgrounds. Its just down the road from Silver Dollar City. But about10 minutes outside of Branson. It on on Table Rock lake wich is a very large/ nice lake for water activities.
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I have been there a half dozen times and settled on Americas Best Campground IE ABC just north of town and will use it for all future trips. And they too sell tickets as well as give tickets to guests when they first arrive.
Here is a site for all the rv parks in the state. http://www.rv-clubs.us/missouri_rv_campgrounds.html
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Hi Steve and Sal,

I was at both Eureka Springs and Branson back in July. I also recommend America's Best in Branson. Good location and good folk running the place. I had a good time there But..... I wanted to especially recommend Eureka Springs to you. I really enjoyed this quiet little Victorian tourist town. I stayed at the Wunderlust RV park. What a great place to relax for a few days. Great sites and nice views of the Ozarks. The city has a bus system that lets you ride all through the town, all day for $4.00. There are all kinds of good Ozark Mountain, family orientated entertainments, resturants and shopping. I was only going to stay 1 night. wound up there 3. Warning! Don't plan on taking the RV through town. The streets are very narrow, with nasty tight little curves and the inclines are straight up types. Use the bus. Good luck.
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We spent four nights in Table Rock State park a couple of weeks ago. It is very nice....full hookup senior rate was $16 a night....Betty
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