Windsor Crossing Campground sits on the shores of Harry S. Truman Lake in the hills of western Missouri. Visitors enjoy fishing, hunting, swimming and boating. Click here for the Harry S. Truman Lake virtual tour. Natural Features: Truman Lake lies among rolling hills and rocky bluffs. Dense hardwood forests studded with mature pine trees cover the area. Wildlife is abundant in and around the park. Whitetail deer, turkey, hummingbirds, hawks and ospreys are commonly seen. Bald eagles can be viewed during the winter months. Recreation: Windsor Crossing offers great opportunities to get out on the water. Boating and swimming are popular activities. The park is an excellent fishing location. Anglers find crappie, largemouth bass and blue and flathead catfish. Truman Lake is also a popular destination for tournament fishermen. A large sandy beach and plenty of open grassy areas make the park perfect for parties and families. Facilities: This year-round campground contains 47 primitive sites. Amenities include pit toilets, drinking water and a boat ramp. Nearby Attractions: Katy Trail State Park, the nations longest rails-to-trails project, is nearby. This unique park stretches from Clinton to Machens, with dozens of trailheads in between. Biking and hiking are allowed on the entire length of the trail, and horses are allowed from Clinton to Sedalia. Tebo Islands and Brush Creek State Wildlife Management Areas are close to the park, offering hunting and fishing opportunities.