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Old 11-11-2009, 07:30 AM   #1
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Going to Branson in April 2010 need info on good RV camps that a 40 MH will fit,and fairly close to shows?
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:28 AM   #3
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Does any one have first hand knowledge of RV Parks that are close to Branson and can accommidate 40 ft MH

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i cant help but i want to follow the post because i like to go in the spring
that is ONE good looking MH
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There are a number of parks there that are reasonably close in and most or all would accommodate a 40' MH. Many are on hilly terrain, as is most of Branson! We've been in several of them, but stayed only in two. We stayed in Branson Shenanigans just off the North end of "the strip" that had pull-through sites. The view out the windows on one side was at bottom of the tires of the rig beside us ...view out the other side was across the roof of that rig. Access was no problem for our 40' MH. We have also stayed in the Escapees Turkey Creek RV Park just south of the old Branson downtown. It actually is in Hollister rather than in Branson, but very easy/close access to the strip. It is the only RV park we saw that is on relatively level ground. I think they take non-Escapees members for a slight higher cost than members, but still pretty reasonable for the area.
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Hi DBOL,
Consider the KOA at Branson Missouri Camping Vacation, Branson Campground in Missouri - KOA in Branson . We've tried many different CGs in the Branson are. The only CG that meets our needs is the KOA. The rest were disappointing. The KOA is very close to the "strip" (about 1/2 mile). This is important to me, when exiting a show after sundown. If you've never been to Branson, the roads are quite hilly and crooked. The KOA property is outstandingly maintained.
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We have been there several times, always stay at Tall Pines resort. They give discounts for good sam and passport. They are easy to get to and close to all the attractions. Enjoy!!!!
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Probably not as plush as the higher-end RVers would prefer - but we've stayed at Table Rock State Park - right next door to the riverboat cruise area of Branson - very scenic, nice RV spaces, and attractive rates - at least when we were there...

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I also recommend America's Best Campground. It is about 2 miles North of the strip. It has won many awards for being the top CG in the area.
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I would never stay anywhere in Branson other than the Branson City Campground (but that's just me, so no flames please!). It is right on the river with open level sites and water and electric hook-ups (maybe sewer but I can't remember). It's across the river from the Escapees highly wooded sites (the side of the river closer to Branson) and close to the Bass Pro Shop, their excellent floating restaurant as well as the scenic train. The drive into Branson is quick and easy and if you bring your fishing gear you will have a little fun while you are not watching a show or visiting the all-you-can-eat lobster feast! I'm not kidding, AUCE whole lobsters! Skip the salad, have a couple (5) lobsters and then go back and have some lobster for dessert!

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Are any of these recommended campgrounds within resonable bicycling distance? Are roadways bikeable to and from "the strip"???

KOA, ABC, etc, etc
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Are any of these recommended campgrounds within resonable bicycling distance?
Shenanigans would be within bicycle distance from the North end of the strip, but with the hilly terrain and the volume of traffic on the strip, I wouldn't be crazy about bicycling on the strip.
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Does any one have first hand knowledge of RV Parks that are close to Branson and can accommidate 40 ft MH

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The Alpine Coach Association held its 2008 fall rally at America's Best Campground in Branson. Many 40 footers. Open, flat with pull throughs.

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Just returned from Branson last Thursday after spending Veterans Week there. I agree with Bill Adams; we always stay on the river at Branson City Park. It is very level, full hook ups, cable TV, WIFI, easy to get in and out of, lots of pull throughs that your 40 footer will fit in easly, and the price is reasonable. Have stayed at several of the parks mentioned in this thread but we always go back to City Park. It is close to Bass Pro Shops and Branson Landing so the wife has a place to shop. Branson has put in several new roads that access 76 Blvd from the loops so getting on and off of the strip isn't nothing like it use to be. Just get a map from the camp ground and look at where you want to go and pick one of the roads that put you on the strip (76 Blvd) near where you want to be.
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