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Martinsville, Missouri

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10 Reviews of 2 Martinsville, Missouri Campgrounds

Isaac F.
Reviewed Apr. 20, 2021

Had the lake to ourselves!

Although there were RVers and a nice group of Boy Scoutspaet of the time, there was no one else in our tent camping side. We had chilly weather, but marvelous views of the water with a rare flock of pelicans! Some of the trails were muddy, but there plenty of others to choose from. Red buds and…

Month of VisitMay
TThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 17, 2021

Great for an overnight

This is a nice place for an overnight stop. WiFi is good can stream! Good antenna reception owner is nice. Lots of full timers. Site 8 is nice would not want to spend a week though.

Month of VisitMay
Reviewed Sep. 8, 2020

Great trip!

Nicely maintained. Nice clean no-wake lake. Gets very quiet at 10:30 curfew. Clean showers/bathroom once the night bugs were cleared out.

Kayla F.
Reviewed Jun. 15, 2020

Pretty Decent Campground

The bathrooms and showers were well kept. Was lucky and got a campsite under some shade, but quite a few weren't so lucky. Ended up with site 60, right in front of the showers and bathrooms, which was great but also sucked. As soon as the bathroom doors opened the fans came on, which late at night…

Tara K.
Reviewed Apr. 26, 2019

Lots of trees!

This campground ovvers a lot of shaded with trees hookup sutes and beautiful grassy non hookup sites. Frisbee golf course, playground, horse shoe pits and samdy heach area groomed daily. No wake lake perfect for fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Clean well-kept shower and bath buidling as well. Horse…

  • Water lilly's all over the one end of the lake so pretty
Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Oct. 25, 2018

So much to do! So much to see! Lake of 3 Fires has something for everyone!

There is a legend about how the Lake of 3 Fires got its name. The legend says that the “Fire Nation”, which was a local Pottawatomi tribe, lived in the area around Southwest Iowa. Later 2 other tribes decided to join the “Fire Nation” and the 3 became known as “Three Fires”. The Tribes burned 3…

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Month of VisitJuly
Caralee D.
Reviewed Aug. 10, 2018

Great campground for an active family

This is one of our favorite campgrounds in Iowa. It has a good sized lake for fishing and kayaking, but not to big for large speed boats. It has miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. It has a great frisbee golf course that my boys loved playing. The beach sandy and clean for a…

Month of VisitAugust
Molly M.
Reviewed Jun. 5, 2018

personable employees, quiet times

We had problems with the rv hookups, immediately a park worker came to help. It was quiet and beautiful. The fishing was great, cleaning stations on the docks, frisby golf and a super nice beach! several boat ramps.

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Lynn G.
Reviewed Jul. 1, 2017

Great stopover or place for locals

Nice rolling hills. Some easy and moderate hiking trails, horses welcome, most of the activity is out on the lake so if you don’t have a boat you’ll be sad. Also learn about some of the Native American history of the area.

Yay: shady and private sites, all pretty close to the lake, lots of trails,…

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