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Great Location

We stayed at the #2 campground this past weekend. We really enjoyed our stay! Close to the local college where our daughter attends. The camp sites are spacious and you are not sitting on top of each other. The bathrooms could have been cleaner. Probably due for a remodel. That was the only negative.

Wonderful fall camping!

Had an excellent time camping in October. Even though it rained, the scenery was wonderful and the campground was well maintained. I will definitely be going back again!

Lake views

Spot 114. Electric 30/50. Community water 1 site over. Very tight - we’re in a pop-up and took some maneuvering but we got it in there. Pray your neighbors are quiet because we were close enough to hear ours snoring. Picnic table and fire ring. Site has access to paved walking trail around lake. Views of the marina. Restrooms just a short walk. We’ll definitely be back but better spots to be had. Bring your own firewood.

Very nice & clean!

Stayed here passing through on the way home, but was very nice… The site was flat and suitable for our 42’ Montana Fifth Wheel. Would definitely recommend and stay again if ever back in the area!

Table Rock Lake - Port of Kimberling Marina and Resort

Excellent camping facilities. (Tent, RV and Cabin)

Stayed for many reasons!

The campground buses you to and from the theme park, so you don’t have to worry about parking and the long walk to and from the park! The swimming pool and recreational areas were a plus too! The cabins were very nice to stay in also! Our family had a lot of fun here for many years!

A great time!

My family had a blast on a short weekend trip. The staff shuttled our three kayaks back to our campsite after we floated all day, which was nice. No complaints. Would recommend staying here.

A resort of a COE park!

Mill Creek is like a resort! There’s sand volleyball, a basketball court, a beach with a designated swim area and, thoughtfully, life jackets were available to borrow. 

Most of the sites are lakeside. I snagged Site 12 which was perfect for me! However, there are several stairs down from the paved pad to the picnic area, so be aware if you have little ones or mobility issues. As others have mentioned the sites have picnic benches a fire ring and a lantern pole. Hooks up were easy and close. I especially liked the water hook up because it had the traditional valve handle and not the pump handle. It’s the little things. 

The bathrooms were spotless and looked newly remodeled. One of them was also accessible.The drive to the campground might be tricky for larger rigs as there is a sharp curve and steep grade coming into the park. 

This park was quiet, clean and offered a night sky that provided a shooting star!! I would love to come back here again!

Excellent camp site!

Plenty of space at the campsites! We enjoyed 2 nites at the tent sites with electric hookups. Great spot on the niangua river with easy access to the river which was a nice place to relax after fishing over at Bennett all day (which is conveniently right across the street!)

Great weekend

Love this campground but site 202 not a great site for a camper. Not the easiest site to level a camper. What a great weekend fishing and camping though.

Dam Nice Lake

If you don’t need an electric hook up, best spots are 272-280 in campground 2 along the lake. Some not all have their own Lake access.

Words can't describe

Just awesome

First to Review
Beautiful site

Busiek isn't to far of the beaten path. It has several trails and camping sites. There is plenty of wildlife available for viewing.

So. Many. Rules

It’s a nice place. They keep their park neat and clean. There’s two pool, hiking trails, a cafe, a bark park, and a fire pit. The downsides are the amount of rules this park has (Literally 2 pages full) and the camp sites are pretty much on top of each other.

Love this Place, great camping,fishing,floating and Relaxing

RV full hookups are great, EZ in EZ setup and EZ out…. Tent campers have nice spaces to setup .. Bathhouses are clean and nice. The New Country Camp Store is very nice ,you can get pizzas to go ,eat em at the river or ur camper, there is a walk in beer cooler, fishing supplies…. and lots of other things you might need ,if you forgot … Owners and Staff are great… always love going there hate to leave…

Love this Place, great camping,fishing,floating and Relaxing

RV full hookups are great, EZ in EZ setup and EZ out…. Tent campers have nice spaces to setup .. Bathhouses are clean and nice. The New Country Camp Store is very nice ,you can get pizzas to go ,eat em at the river or ur camper, there is a walk in beer cooler, fishing supplies…. and lots of other things you might need ,if you forgot … Owners and Staff are great… always love going there hate to leave…

Family friendly

This campground was well kept, with clean bathrooms, a playground and a great swim beach. Choose your site wisely though, i reserved a site unseen and ended up only having enough space for my popup and parked at the bathrooms. Otherwise very shady and great picnic tables

Lakefront Paradise

This is one of the best state parks I’ve been to. Amazingly clean and well maintained. Bathrooms were spotless with awesome water pressure and NO smell. No hand soap in bathroom so bring it with or some wet wipes. Swimming area, beach, volleyball, park, boat ramp. Every site is paved and beautiful. Every site has an amazing view of Table Rock Lake and MOST sites are literally on the water. We walked (10 steps) down to the water every day and swam right behind our site. All sites have water and electric but no full hookups. If you have a small boat, jet skies, or kayaks, you can pull them right up to the shore of your site. Mixture of back in and pull through sites and some are double sites for really big rigs or if you’re camping with friends. We stayed on site 16 and it was perfect but there are so many great sites that it’s hard to find a bad one. We stayed for 5 nights at $21 per night. The sites book up fast so reserve well ahead of time. 10 minutes to grocery store and gas. 20 minutes to Walmart. No camp store so if you need ice or firewood, get it in town. Tons to do within a 30 minute drive if you don’t want to spend every day on the water. Only negative is the missing hand soap, they need more garbage cans around the campground and we had some flies so had to break out the pinesol!! P.S. every time the staff member came by on his golf cart, he stopped to give our dogs treats…score!!

Soso camp spot

Spending labor day weekend for the 1st time here and I'd say the shower floors really need to be redone before someone gets hurt. Also wish they would clean the bathroom and showers everyday. We have crappy neighbors right now playing loud music coming into our campsite and being disrespectful. Told the park ranger but not sure if he said anything to them. Would I come back? Probably but definitely not on a holiday weekend. Over all it is a pretty little campground

Nice overnight stay

Bought camper at dealership next door and got a one night stay here. Little highway noise but ac drowned that out mostly. Very well maintained and awesome bbq and brewery next door.

Branson Lakeside RV

Great campground but sites are small. We are here indefinitely and have been moved several times. Great location for the Landings and things to do

First to Review
very nice

great sites easy access frendly staff

Very Clean / Some Employees Unfit

Campsites are very clean but not a lot of space between.

Facilities are overall very well maintained.

Staff was super friendly with the exception of two. There are two employees that have no business working in any sort of hospitality. Extremely rude to my kids, my wife and I.

Would be an easy 5-star if not for the two rude employees.

Home away from home

This is our go to spot when we visit Branson several times a year! Always kind, helpful employees, very clean bathrooms and showers, and is well taken care of.  The kids enjoy riding their bikes, the small pool and hot tub too. They have room for big rigs, cabins, and offer a military discount!

Nice Campground

Wife and I decided to start camping again after a 10 yr layoff, So after a few equipment upgrades we made our reservation and we went last week. Tent site was nice and shower rooms are clean and nice as well.

Our Favorite campground on the Niangua

We have camped here several times and always love it. Level concrete pads on most sites. The sites are fairly large so you’re not on top of your neighbor. It has a playground and a large area in the middle of the loop for playing. The river has a couple nice gravel bars for swimming. All the RV sires are electric/water so you have to use the on site dump station.


When we visit Branson this is our go-to campground. Such peaceful sites and all the pine trees are stunning. Great location and quiet sites. Love!


We loved staying here! Lovely sites and fairly shady. Also great access to the Branson Strip where all of the attractions are. Hiking trails are also right down the road! It’s so lovely waking up and being able to go down to the water!

Lovely Campground

Wonderful campsite!!! We had the best time at this campground! Easy access to the bathrooms, which were very clean. You are pretty close to your neighbor but the trees all around the campsites give you all the privacy you could want! Can’t wait to go back!!

Waterfront Camping!

Pomme de Terre is one of our favorite Missouri campgrounds.  Most spots are lakefront on an uncommercialized lake. I fish from a kayak and was never overwhelmed by boats and the fishing is fantastic. Camp spots are clean, has shower house and clean bathrooms.  There are two swim beaches and boat ramps, also has a marina to rent boats if you would like.