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Date of Stay:
October, 2015 -
I chose this campground based solely on reviews I had read, and I was not disappointed! The campground was immaculate and the staff were very friendly. The campground is divided between long-term and short-term campers. Although we did not drive through the long-term area, what we could see of it as we came and went from the campground looked just as neat and clean as our area. There are a lot of trees for the sites located around the perimeter. The 4 or 5 sites in the center of the oval do not have trees. However, those sites have patios and furniture that the other sites do not have. Some of the sites are pull-through, but most appeared to be back-in. Our rig is 39' long and the site was plenty long enough to accommodate it. When we arrived we were led to our site by one of the staff, and he guided me as I backed into the site. I was told that the water pressure is 110 lbs., so a water pressure regulator is a must. The interior road and the sites are gravel and very well maintained. The sites are level and have full hookups, including free WiFi and cable TV. The utilities are at the back of the sites and my TV cable was not long enough. We got the major networks via our antenna, so we had plenty to watch, although we mostly watched the Branson visitor channel. There is a large pool on site along with laundry and shower facilities and a club room/library, but we did not use any of these. We checked out a few other campgrounds during our stay in Branson, but we did not see any that we liked better than Ozark Country Campground. When we go back to Branson this is the campground we will stay in. We camped at Ozark Country Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
March, 2015 -
Wooded, shady sites. The position of some of the trees made backing into our site a little difficult. Very quiet. The main road is paved, but fairly narrow. The position of some of the trees and other campers' vehicles can make it a little challenging to negotiate with a big rig. The general appearance and cleanliness of the campground is excellent. Some sites had the picnic table located above or below the level of the RV site, but the steps were very adequate. Our site was water and electricity only, and the connections were in very good condition and easy to hook up to. The park is very pretty, with lots of trees. Our site was plenty long for our 39' 5th wheel and truck. However, there were trees on either side of our site's entrance, a stump in the middle of the entrance and a severe drop-off at the driver's side (when backing) of the site's entrance that made getting the RV into position somewhat difficult. Even considering the challenges we had, I would definitely camp here again.- We camped at Midway Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Do not follow Google Maps directions to this campground! They will take you to the city park of the community of Woodway, TX. It's close to Midway Park, but the directions will take you through very tight neighborhood streets. Instead, stay on Hwy 6 and take the park's exit from there.
Date of Stay:
March, 2015 -
The park is situated on Waco Lake. Our site, #63, backed right up to the water and the showers were right across the road. It was beautiful, although it probably would have been pretty hot in the summer. A lot of the other sites had a lot more trees than this one, but since it wasn't hot out we loved the site. The site had a grill, a fire ring and a covered picnic table. We drove around the park just at dusk and saw lots of deer and roadrunners. We would definitely camp here again! We camped at Airport Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
The Magnolia Market of HGTV's "Fixer Upper" is not far away, nor is Clint Harp's "Harp Design Company" and some of the renovated homes in the community of Woodway. Jimmy Don Holmes' "Starts Over Texas-JDH Designs" metal shop is about 30 minutes away on Crawford's main street.