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When they say bring what you need they mean it. There are toilets, fire pits and picnic tables…no wood and no water. But the sunset, sunrise and star gazing surrounded by beautiful lakes is worth it! It is a 4-mile drive in on a dirt/gravel road, and mostly dirt road in the campground area, so if you don’t have four-wheel drive the rainy season might get tricky. Good camp sites for tents or R.V.s. Quiet when we were there (early Sept after Labor Day). Plenty of room—only a dozen R.V.s other than our tent and another van. Cows do roam through and coyote sing to you at night. We would stay again!
located just a quarter of a mile from the scenic overlook is a road that looks step to the lakeside of the road. If you follow it around you will find many spots to camp. We chose a spot that was slightly muddy but just enough that it was soft to sleep on. We brought a canoe and carried it to the bank of the lake. we found enough rocks around to have a perfect fire pit as well. The road is gravel and is easy to travel with a vehicle that is a good distance off the ground.
First come, first serve. One covered group shelter available but it's hard to get in the summer. Bring everything you'll need as nothing is available here. Great perfect jumping off point for fishermen with boats. Lots of wild life.
Pretty much just boating and fishing to do here. It’s a great stop along our boat camping trip along the Missouri (also accessible by car). Pros: some sites reserved for walk-ups, some sites close to docks, clean, outhouses, swimming. Cons: open and no privacy.
The campground itself is spacious and right on the creek. Flush toilets were appreciated. There is a boat launch as well, which weathered the rainstorm and was utilized by many other campers while we were there. Great spot for kayaking.
One issue: it is very hard to get in when it rains if you don't have a 4WD vehicle. Road leading in was absolute mush.