Place was fine and well kept. Convenient store and pool and playground were nice. Went on a holiday weekend so I expected it to be crowded. Didnt expect such small tent sites so close together. If it isn't crowded not a big deal.
Stayed here as our last stop of the season to go see the Christmas lights at SDC. Have small kids so drove to SDC even tho they had shuttle because we didn’t want to have to wait if we were ready to leave as it only runs every several hours. The campgrounds proximity to the road was a big concern, for the kids and the traffic noise; and one of the grounds crew was very rude (must’ve been having a bad day). The number of trees was beautiful but made for a tight squeeze getting our rig (39’) in and out of the our spot. If the one across from us had been occupied I wouldn’t have been able to get in. The campground itself was nice tho and so was being close to SDC. Not sure if we’ll go back but enjoyed our time while there.
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!
This campground has a shuttle to Silver Dollar City. The site we had was small, barely enough room to park your car and tent. But the campground and bathrooms/showers were exceptionally clean. We were here off season so we had it to ourselves pretty much. So it was perfect. They do rent cabins which looked very nice. We would camp here again but not during the busy season.
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.
We try to be right by the playground and our kids always make lots of friends at The Wilderness. Clean bathrooms, nice store, great pool and. shuttle to SDC are all nice amenities. We did find that the laundry room closed at 6 pm in March! Ridiculous! Hauled our dirty clothes all the way there to find it locked. Overall, we enjoy staying here.
we were here over the July 4th weekend and we were really excited has a great pool the bathrooms and showers are very nice and well kept. but this is where we kind of feel it could go either way if you were staying and one of the cabins I think that this would be a great place to stay on the other hand we wre trying to fit our bumper pull camper in there was a little nerve-wracking all the campers were very close together there was no privacy… everyone was just kind of shoved everywhere.
Very nice camping areas plenty of shade trees. Restrooms and showers very clean.
This was a surprisingly nice campground for being situated right in Branson, MO and operated by Silver Dollar City, whose primary business is the theme park. The area is fairly wooded, providing more privacy between the sites. There are many amenities, including laundry, shower, wifi in the main building, a game room with television and comfy couches, pool, market, playground, and a shuttle to Silver Dollar City park. The campground organizes some special events in the main game room, such as the breakfast for Father's Day that we experienced. The staff is super friendly and very helpful. My daughter's roller coaster birthday plans were rained out, and the staff helped us find other indoor adventures. FYI: If looking for adventure in Branson, we really enjoyed Fritz's Adventure--check it out!
As part of a special weekend, we opted to stay in the Pioneer Cabin instead of our usual tent. This cabin was surprisingly isolated, while still be right next to the bathrooms. We enjoyed our little bit of the Ozark, and the kids got acquainted with the abundant fireflies. The other cabins were not quite so private--to be fair.
The RV sites were not as crammed as they are in many private campgrounds. I wouldn't call them spacious, or private either. The tent sites do not seem to offer much privacy, but can be a good place to hang one's for a night. After all, this is in Branson, and there is so much to do outside of a tent to worry much about the details.