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Old 06-12-2016, 09:33 PM   #15
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Musicland gets my vote. It is at the West end of "the strip".
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I've stayed at music land and KOA (multiple times). Music land was nice enough, but very steep / tight roads in the campground. I had to wait for several people to move so I could get to my spot. It is very convenient for walking around though because it is right on the strip. We have stayed 3 years at the KOA and have enjoyed it a lot. Great sites, nice pool with a slide for the kids, plenty of playground equipment, good free pancake breakfast, nicer sites than music land for sure. I've got a friend that loves tall pines but it's just not my cup of tea.

I have a 44' Road Warrior toyhauler for reference on size going through music land.
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Old 06-14-2016, 03:09 PM   #17
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Musicland Kampground get's my vote plus 1/2 off with 3 day stay with passport america.
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I've stayed at music land and KOA (multiple times). Music land was nice enough, but very steep / tight roads in the campground. I had to wait for several people to move so I could get to my spot. It is very convenient for walking around though because it is right on the strip. We have stayed 3 years at the KOA and have enjoyed it a lot. Great sites, nice pool with a slide for the kids, plenty of playground equipment, good free pancake breakfast, nicer sites than music land for sure. I've got a friend that loves tall pines but it's just not my cup of tea.

I have a 44' Road Warrior toyhauler for reference on size going through music land.
Yes. I forgot to mention the tight turns due in part to trees and arranged on a hill. If you have a long unit (38+') ask for easier-access spots behind the little park.
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Yes, Branson Lakeside is fantastic, Clean, perfect location.

And, Bathrooms as clean as Disney's

Can't miss place to stay
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We've been going to Branson for the past few 4th of July's and stay the week at Branson Lakeside RV Park. Fun park, fun staff, fun campers, lots of room for the big rigs, nice dog run. Boat rentals at Scotty's Trout Dock and Marina is in the park. Fireworks are next door at the Landing Mall - outstanding show! Fireworks from Hollister across Tannycomo lake. Great place to camp. Last year was a bad year with flooding in the park; don't stay in the front row unless you don't mind geese swimming under your RV. Can't say enough good things about the park and Branson.
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Yakoff smirnoff is waiting for you with his geniune linen napkins....
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Old 06-15-2016, 06:24 AM   #22
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Sadly Yakoff is not there any longer.
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Branson Stagecoach Campground

We stayed there with our camping group in April. We've been to Branson 4 times in the last 5 years and have stayed at several places. Most are up "in town" and there is a lot of traffic and associated noise.

Stagecoach campground is on the south end of town, just a mile from Table Rock Lake State Park, which is a fine place to visit on its own. Very close to the Showboat Branson Belle. Its a very short drive (15-20 minutes) to Silver Dollar City, and maybe only 10 minutes up to the Branson Strip.

Welcome to Branson Stagecoach Campground - WELCOME HOME

We had a nice visit there for 3 nights.
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We have taken our 40' motorhome several times to Branson. Have stayed at Americas Best Campground and also Ozark Country Campground. We prefer Ozark because of the shaded sites we've had, plus a lovely view of the hills.
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There's a coe park south of Branson MO, Cripple Creek , beautiful place to camp in tall Pine trees, and has a marina and dock on table rock lake, clean as a pin.
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For the past 8 years we have stayed at the KOA. We have always liked it. We have a motorhome and take the toad where ever we go. We spend 6 days there every year and really enjoy it.
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