This Campground has 3 pull through RV sites with 50 amp, 30 amp and 4 110 electric hook-ups. It has 6 back into sites and they also have a full compliment of electric hook-ups. There is no water available in the winter months, but, two hydrants for potable water in the summer months.
This campground has 2 cabins available.
No fires allowed, no sewer, no on site water hook-ups. They have picnic tables available for each site and fixed picnic shelters in the back into sites.
There is a wonderful gravel walking path that goes around two man made lakes in the park. There are bridges that allow access to the peninsula that cuts the two lakes in half. They have a fishing dock.
There is a large bird feeder station and benches so you can watch the different varieties of birds eat.
You can drive around the complete site on a well maintained gravel road.
There is a large children's playground.
There is a sewer dump station.
I believe there are 11 sites. 2 sites have 50 amp, 30 amp and 110 electrics. The rest of the sites have 30 amp and 110 electrics. 8 of these 11 sites have butt-up campsites, that is to say eight campers can fit into four sites, each with there own electric hook-ups. No water hook-ups, no sewer hook-ups. 2 different picnic shelters with tables, no picnic tables at the campsites. Tennis courts and a children's playground located near at hand. Toilets open during summer months only. This is a friendly community with many stores downtown.
I always find it difficult reviewing this type of camping area. It is a parking lot with 3 sites that have 50amp, 30 amp and 2 110 electrical hook-ups. There is no water, no sewer and the bathrooms are closed during the winter. It has adjacent to it horseshoe pits, picnic shelter with tables and a large children's playground and 2 sand volleyball lots. No fires are allowed. This campground is located in city limits.
This campground has 6 sites. One is a RV pull through and five are back into sites. They all have water and sewer hook-ups with 50 amp, 30 amp and 110 electrical posts. There is a toilet house that is closed during the winter. Garbage dumpster. Tennis courts, swimming pool, picnic shelter and large children's playgrounds bordering the campgrounds. There are no fire pits or rings because this is located in town and fires are not allowed.
On the east side of the Campgrounds are 5 paved pads. Electric hook ups include 50 amp, 30 amp and 2 110 plug ins. On the west side of Campgrounds there are 6 sites all grassy rock pads. The west side offers 30 amp and 110 plug ins. Picnic tables located at each site plus three shelters with electrics and picnic tables. One unisex pit toilet located on the west side. There is a pit toilet in the middle which looks like a stone shell, honestly, it would work in an emergency…lol…it's simply barbaric and there is nothing comfortable connected with it. They have a metal dock you can fish off of that is ADA accessible. There is also a boat ramp and dock located towards the north west end of campgrounds. There is a small play ground for children. Lake surrounds one side and private property around the rest of the grounds, this makes hiking and the such out of the question. We did not see any dump station, there are no water hook-ups except for the fish cleaning station and I don't know if that source is potable. Each side of grounds have red boxes you can drop your payment into. The campgrounds charge $10.00 a night to stay there for a maximum of 7 nights. It is located 2 miles off highway US 18 and 3 or 4 miles from town.
Flooding of the James River has shut down this campground, as of November 06, 2019 it is still closed. It is unknown when the city will get it re-opened. I will do my best to keep this post updated.
GREAT walking, hiking trails. Water located at each main group site. Fire pits at main camp sites.
This is a nice campground. Older growth trees and heavy underbrush separate campsites. Small lake that allows non motorized boats. Fishing, playgrounds and amphitheater close at hand. Some walking trails.
State sticker required to get in. Firewood available as well as ice, soda machines and snack machines. Small gift shop open during regular business hours.
This is really just a parking lot with electrical hook ups. Few trees for shade. Ok for an overnight stop on your way to anywhere else. Community is pleasant.
Wow, if you want peace and quiet, here you go. This campground has a brand new shower/toilet house. There is a playground located in the middle of the Campgrounds for children. Sites were borderline small to normal size. Camp locations in the middle of grounds have no shade. There is a boat access road runs next to grounds and seems to be busy most days. No water or dump hook ups at sites. They have 50 amp - 30 amp - 110 power provided at each site. Handicap site available next to bath house.
North bordering the Campgrounds is a four lane road that can take you to Gavin's Point Dam, Fish Hatchery and into Yankton (closest town). In the height of the season trustees from near by State Penitentiary come to clean, mow and other odd jobs like cleaning fire puts as soon as someone leaves. The lay out of the Campgrounds is long and narrow. The sites are back into black topped with grass around your location. Stores are located within 2 or 3 miles of grounds. The grounds has play areas for children, walking, bike paths that are black topped and river access. Check in is around 4:00pm (they don't say a thing if you come early and no one is in your site). Grounds have a gift shop, firewood purchase and helpful people at information area. Dump stations are extremely easy to access and use.
This is a quiet small campground. A road to the golf course cuts the Campgrounds in two. We stayed on the side next to a farmers field and enjoyed watching nearly 30 deer coming in at night and going out in the morning. Campgrounds is clean and tidy. Toilet rooms are old but was told by campground host slated to be torn down and new put up. The town (Springfield) is located up a small hill to the west of campground (borders campground) and the golf course borders the east side of grounds. The Missouri River runs to the south of the grounds.
As of November 08. 2019 the road is fixed and the campgrounds are open.
My wife and I went to this campgrounds in July. The road was washed out (deep ravine) so we walked in. Campgrounds have a vault toilet building with water near building. 5 or 6 primative camp sites. The grounds were not kept up at this time (understandable of course). Great views of the Missouri River, not much there after. Shade was plentiful. Breeze coming off river. In my opinion, a nice quiet primitive location.