People were really nice. Has full hookups. Possibly one of the worst campgrounds we have ever stayed at. Very our dated, sites very small, hook ups very inconveniently located, roads not in good shape. Reserved a certain spot, but on arrival they had given that spot to the people who had just checked in before us. Couldn't get 50 amp service to work, had to use 30 amp. Sites not big enough for camper and vehicle, so people were parked half way in the road.
Sites uneven, sites very close, roads rough. Great church service on Sunday.
This is my third season to come to this park. It is a great location and the staff is old (except one that likes to fish). Worth the stay
Been coming here a few years now. Hands down this is the best RV Park in Mountain View. As for the venue, the town is known for its old-time folk music and has buttered its bread on that for decades now. Unfortunately the audience base is literally dying and the new generations are not replenishing the customer base. However, there is so much more to do here and it s untapped to the newer generations. There is a local zip line called loco ropes, incredible river and lake fishing (they should call it catching here). Over 200 miles of dirt bike trails, another 100 miles of mountain bikes trails. There is an incredible amphitheater that most the locals don t even know about. The Ozark Folk Center has local crafts and shows Thurs-Saturday and several other theaters in town. A note on the staff. Extremely helpful and very eager to help. They have what they call picking sessions often in the office in the mornings with locals that are GREAT musicians. Many are retired professional musicians including the owner. The seniority of the staff says a lot in parks like this. The maintenance guy I think has been here almost ten years and the a couple of the office staff have been here like 3-5. Very friendly.