“a shady retreat in the heart of the scenic Ozarks”
Springfield / Route 66 KOA offers a shady retreat in the heart of the scenic Ozarks. The lush, landscaped campground is close to lakes, and an award-winning golf course is right next door. Area attractions include Bass Pro Shops headquarters, Wonders of Wildlife, Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, the zoo and antique shops. You can even take a 50-minute tram ride through a cave. This KOA has great sites to accommodate you: long pull thru Patio RV Sites, pull thru sites with a patio area, Camping Cabins and Deluxe Cabins complete with full kitchens and bathrooms. Have pizza delivered to your site. Cabins are pet-friendly (small fee). Your four-legged friends will enjoy Kamp K9, an off-leash area. Relax and then explore Springfield - Birthplace of Route 66. This KOA is close to the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds & Event Center and the Springfield Expo Center. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 95 feet. Your hosts: the King family.
Great shade for tent campers, super clean sites and restrooms, great for pets! The tent campsites were kind of awkwardly set up but workable.
campground is very nice. stayed here fro 2 nights. personnel were very nice and helpful. if you can deal with the trains going by, right next to campground, but not that bad, it is pretty quiet. sites are pretty good size and have a concrete patio and a wrought iron patio furniture. would stay here again and plan on bringing the grand kids to do some site seeing. pool was closed, didn't check out the restrooms. office area very nice.
It is a nice campground especially if you are just passing through. Staff were very nice and helpful. WiFi was ok. Bathrooms were clean. They have fresh baked pizza that you can order and they will deliver it to your campsite. Sites were a little closer than I like and it looked like our neighbors were there long term. Gravel sites need minimal leveling. There was some noise from trains and planes that are passing close by. I would stay there if I was passing through again.
Noisy area for tent camping - We had cars driving behind the tent, trains nearby and apparently an airport not too far away. We had to check-in after hours and they had it well organized and easy to do.
Owners are so rude. They demanded we pay $5 for every visitor. We were more than willing to pay. They yelled at us, told us they didn't care about our business, and charged us for all the nights even though we left a day early. Sad because we stay in Springfield a lot because we lived there for 38 years. Time to find a new place.
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