The pads are tired an drastically unlevel. The sites themselves are a PITA to get into. Crazy sharp turns & rediculously steep. No water at sites, only common spickets. Power at our site had low voltage so the AC wouldn't run correctly. Probably a better destination when it is cooler and definately if you wanted water access.
This campground was located right on the water. There was a good amount of space between sites. It was fairly hilly so when we did walk down to the water, it was a climb to get back up. Would stay here again. The bathrooms were some of the worst I have ever been in.
We camped there for the first time this week and loved it! It is mostly quiet and very clean. The Kings River was beautiful and while we didn’t catch a lot off the banks fishermen in the boats caught plenty. The waterfront sites were close together but the one back from the water were roomy. The swim Area has no beach but is roped off. This campground is close to a lot of fun things to do!
It was nice and cool too with the wind off the water. The Dockside Pub was a great place to eat too!
Over 100 sites at this campground, weren’t many people there when we were there. Stayed in site 97 which had great views over the lake. Vault toilets. Our site had electric but no water. They didn’t bother telling us until we arrived that the water had tested positive for E. coli and the swimming areas were closed. They have a sand volleyball pit near the marina and some kids playground equipment. Also have some large pavilions for large groups. Tons of deer everywhere also raccoons at night, so keep trash put away. There was only one trash area at the front of park. They could have more trash receptacles around the park. Our area was heavily wooded which provided nice shade. Our site has a picnic bench, fire pit and pad for a tent.
We chose this campground due to the shuttle that ran from the campground to Silver Dollar City, as that was our main reason for this trip. We had our 4 and 6 year old great grandkids with us.
It has a nice little playground that the kids enjoyed. Staff was friendly and helpful. I advised them we would be arriving later than planned and they had our rental packet waiting for us. Sites are a little tight but we managed with our 31 ft 5th wheel. We will stay here again.
Cooks RV park is small but looks sweet. It is rather close to the road so a little noisy but not to bad. I didn’t see any camping spots form where I was and only about 35-40 RV hook ups, with water and electric. All gravel pull in spots.
My husband, our 5 year old boy, and I camped for three days this past week. We got a campsite right on the banks of the lake. The view was outstanding and the campsites were shady with lots of trees. They provide a picnic table, trash hook, and fire pit. It was really quiet there and there are plenty of spots that are spacious and not too close together. Also, the vault toilets on the campground are surprisingly not stinky! We enjoyed our stay and will be back!
We camp here a couple of times a year. The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The RV sites have nicely paved and level pads. You get everything you could need, including a very clean shower house. Every site if not on the water, has a nice view and it is pet friendly.
The camp is directly off of the river. For those how love to kayak, swim, fish, of just be in nature this is the place to be. There are a few tent locations that are located away from the main area if you what to be away from it all. There are cabins as well. The camp offers a plethora of boat options to enjoy the river, and they also provide shuttle services for the 8 and 5 mile floats. If you love to hike, there are some amazing hiking trails with gorges views, water crossings, and even waterfalls. They also have an amazing bathroom area complete with showers for after your day of adventure. The cleanliness rivals most home bathrooms. They also have a stocked store on site with nearly anything you would want or need. The best part of this place are the owners. They truly care for the campers/floaters.
Stayed here one night and the management was great but the facilities are pretty dated and could use some work.
Seems like most of then RVs are people that live here and work in the region.
Better places if you are looking for a campsite on the lake.
Great place to stay when visiting Branson. Located on Lake Tanneycomo, in the cool water trout fishing portion of the lake. The water temp keeps this park cool during the hotter days of the summer.
The location is very convenient for slipping around the back roads to access the fun of Brandon without having to drive the busy main road.
We brought our grandkids out for a weekend and stayed in one of the larger spaces with a deck and gas grill. They have had a blast. From swimming in the pool to shooting hoops and climbing in the playgrounds they have had plenty to do.
Easy access for our Class A Motorhome and nice level lots with good separation between the sites. We will come back.
Cricket Creek had nice, roomy sites. They weren't too close to each other. My biggest complaint is that I couldn't see the lake from our site and we had to drive to the swim beach. Typically, the swim area is just a little walk… but this was a bit much for hauling a cooler and swim gear. The beach area was nice and even had a little playground. It was tucked away in a little cove so there wasn't a lot of boat traffic.
We stay at this campground every year but there are pros and cons.
What we like: lots of shade, some campsites have built in benches and railings, swim area is decent and we can always find a site
Things we dont like: campground is on the side of a hill, very little grass with lots of rocks, bathhouse is always busy, a few of the campsites are behind the parking pad (camper blocks view)
All things considered, we like Aunt's Creek and always have a good time.
This is our absolute favorite campground and we stay a couple times a year. It usually takes some planning because it fills up fast!
The campground is on a peninsula with waterfront sites all the way around. Every waterfront site has great views! The interior sites are ok. Some still have nice views but they are a little too close together for my taste. The showerhouse is spacious and clean! The whole campground is well maintained with a playground, swim beach and sand volleyball court.
Each site has a paved pad, fire ring and picnic table. Lots of dogs but I have never been bothered by any barking or any waste disposal issues. There were lots of pro fishing boats that put in last time…must have been a tournament in the area. It was fun to see the teams with their matching trucks and boats.
This is a favorite campground and swimming hole! It is close to Silver Dollar City and other Branson activities. We most recently camped in the far loop which is not waterfront but has nice sites. We could hike down to the waterfront but there really arent designated trails from this area. It was rough terrain. There is plenty of shade and places for the kids to hang their hammocks. We like the bathrooms with the private toilet and shower. No issues with crowding or waiting for one to open up.
The swim beach is nice and has picnic tables for use. We kayaked around the cove while others swam. No alcohol or pets allowed in the beach area which I appreciated. Family friendly!