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8 RV Parks near Barry, Illinois
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Barry. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Barry in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $68.00
We have stayed at Pine Lakes with other families for a weekend in June for 3 years. We always have a great time. The lake had some new floating slides this year and the sand on their beach had been improved. The pool area was clean and kept up. Picnic tables could stand some updating. My only complaint is their cancellation policy. There are no refunds. You can put the money towards another weekend though. - Sue U
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Very nice attractive park with great out door amenities including lake,dog park, pool and tree sheltered camping spaces. Picnic tables and wheel rim fire pits at each site. Nice staff to work with. - Wendy Schleich
Aug 2013 - $40.00
Trees are low-hanging, but negotiable. Nice campground, but overpriced for an overnite... but...it is the only campground around. The office doesn't often answer their phone; left two messages but never got a return call. The office also was reluctant to offer any assistance to problems I was having after we got there. Also, closed the office before closing time. We probably would try to avoid coming here again. - carderh
Jun 2019 - $20.00
Very pretty park. Lots of pine trees and a very clean and nice lake. Campground is in need of maintenance. Power box kept tripping, we were not running AC. No host, the one gentleman that was in the office acted like he didn't like being there. The loops are tight and best suited for small RVs and tents. With some TLC from the State of Illinois, this could be a very nice place to go. Out in the middle of no where, which I like. Bait shop had boats for rent. Electric motor only. Gnats were terrible, 50% vanilla and water mix does a very good job of fending them off, you will need to re-apply about every 2 hours. - Rodney Bensken
May 2019 - $30.00
We were looking for a site for the holiday weekend but every place in central Illinois was either full or flooded. Contacted Siloam and they had multiple walk up site available. Perhaps its because they are very well out of the way. Small state park, manager I spoke to was very friendly and helpful. We were arriving late and they told us to just pick a site without a reserved ticket and check in the next day. We had to move a couple of sites because we couldn't get level. Sites were heavily wooded and took a bit to navigate around the trees. Glad we only had a 30' class A. There are hiking trails and a decent size lake for fishing unfortunately the weather wouldn't cooperate for many outdoor activities. For those liking the stars this is in one of the darkest areas of Illinois but it is heavily wooded and no real areas for night sky observing. - Rickycardo
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Well maintained park. No Verizon or satellite reception because of numerous trees. Trash cans only at front gate. No water at campsite. Scattered restrooms, mainly pit toilets. Wonderful tent sites. Multiple walking trails. They have a playground and archery range. The leaves were changing colors at this time and it was absolutely beautiful. Would recommend. - Sugar Pie 1
Aug 2019 - $35.00
Cost is for a full hook up, pull-thru site. Park is well maintained with some excellent sites (plenty of shade). We had one of the pull-thru sites - these are narrow and can be tight getting into or out of. Gravel pad at our site was not level and required leveling blocks on one side - no problem, just a little extra work for us. Many of the sites around the perimeter are back-in and are long and level (call early to reserve these!). Utilities worked well and we had no issues with the power, water or sewer. - Dave Hole
Aug 2019 - $38.00
We had a FHU 50amp. Stayed one night, but did get to see around the campgrounds. Bathhouse was dirty, bugs all around the bathhouse (inside & outside), and trash piled up outside the bathhouse. Site was very unlevel and very close to each other. The lady in the office was very very rude. There was big piles of dog poop over by the pavilion & big dog running around loose.The other campers that were staying there were very friendly which was nice. Nicely located not from from town. - 5thwheeltoyhaulerdj
Jul 2019 - $38.00
I stayed in a Elect and Water only sight. Although the sight was level the dump station when leaving is really not made for modern campers. The distance between the dump and a building on the side leaves just enough room. I know its been said but just cause a place says they have WIFI does not mean they have WIFI. I was close to the office and still could not use their service. Very poor! Verizon was also not usable my MIFI could only connect at certain times and cell was useless. The fire pit (ring) was to large and tall to even cook over it or see the fire. One would have to bring or buy a ton of wood to enjoy. I stayed there with a group of 5 rigs over the 4th of July. I would try and find a better place if possible.. They offer no discounts for anything, however the cave tour does give a military/veteran discount. - rving4fun
Jul 2019 - $15.00
Best description of this campground is "Quirky". There are 2 loops, one on the south end of the campground area as you come in from the south, which is just past the entrance and the dump station, and another loop that is past the baseball diamonds and deep into the woods. The road is narrow going in to the 2nd loop, and watch for it on the right. Heavily wooded campground with lots of big trees for shade. The sites are...interesting. Electric pedestal placement was logical; water placement was not. There's electricity at each site, and there's also water. But the water faucets seem to be random as to placement, in relation to the campsite pad. and there's faucets that are labeled "non-potable water", again randomly throughout the campground. There was one shower/restroom for the loop we stayed in. It was adequate, nothing fancy. Not many people there during our weekday stay. Lots of songbirds, lots of bugs. Put up a screen room to keep from getting bitten by all the flies/mosquitoes. Gravel sites, were level for the trailer, but sloped shoulders on the pads, presumably to keep rain from pooling on the pads. Good amount of space between sites, but again, quirky layout to the sites, some angled in one direction, others in a different direction. Another quirk -- there's no office or check in. There's a Ranger/Host in the southern loop and a mailbox in which to deposit the $15 fee. Cash or "approved checks". We wrote down our information along with the 3 - $5s we left. This was a choice for an overnight stop. First and foremost, DON'T follow Google directions to get in to this campground! You will be guaranteed to get lost. Best way is to go in to Pittsfield on US 54, to State Road 106 east to 415th St., which runs north into the campground. There's a gate opening into the park and signs for the park. - ThomInColorado
Jul 2014 - $12.00
We've spent a lot of time here. Heavily wooded and off the beaten trail. Two campgrounds with playgrounds for the kids. Not full hookup, but does have a dump station. Very clean, and the ranger is very friendly. - AdamBryner
Oct 2011 - $25.00
We came across the little park while visiting Louisiana, Mo. It is located behind Izola's Place a little restaurant at 401 S. 3rd st. They only have 30 amp electrical hook ups, water, and sewer. They have no restrooms or showers so you have to use yours. They only have 8 or 9 sites. This was constructed for the works when they were putting a pipe line through the area. It is located close to the center of town and is not listed anywhere else on the internet. We did not stay here but felt it would be good to know about. The sites are road base and look pretty level. So if you're in the area and the place up the road in Bowling Green is booked up here's a back up. By the way the kitchen in the restaurant was spotless and the menu looked good. - pumper9x9
Jun 2017 - $35.00
This is a Park for permanent RV's for vacationers on lake near the Mississippi. water and electric only. No cable or wifi. There were only a few sites for Great River Road travelers. Good for visits to Hannibal, MO. - Alicenpete
Apr 2010 - $25.00
Rate is without sewer ( not available other than pumpout ) and not using Air. ( $3.00 more ) This is a seasonal park with mostly local trailers set up for the summer. Train is very loud and this is not on the river as it looks on the web site. Place needs a lot of work. We would never stay here again. - imperial
May 2009 - $15.00
Rate is based on a monthly rate. This is a nice family park with mostly seasonal sites. The sites are level gravel sites. Management is very friendly. The drawback is the train tracks that pass near the park. There are no sewer hookups, but the owner provides a tank emptying service. - John P
Sites: 165 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 17 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $34.00
In a nutshell, stay away. If we could give this place a zero we would do so. The bathrooms are beyond filthy, mold appears to be growing on the shower stall benches, trash everywhere. The ground around our campsite was littered with cigarette butts. The buildings and all infrastructure look like they have had no maintenance in years. The "locals" or weekenders were very unfriendly; in fact scary.
It's very unfortunate as the place looks like it may have been decent at one point many years ago. We found the place in an older Good Sam book but the campground was no longer affiliated with Good Sam so there was no discount available.
If visiting the Hannibal area for the Mark Twain historical features find another campground for your stay. We booked two nights but left after staying only one night. - RalphB3
Jun 2015 - $31.00
The lady checking us in was helpful, efficient and knowledgeable about the area.
The campground is old and dirty. Sites were not level, muddy and sewer connection broken.
Appears to be mostly full time residence that do not seem to take any pride in their site. Junk laying all around. Will not come back. - Stockmk
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Worst campground ever! First of all, the campground is not marked, coming from Hannibal. We drove right past it. When we arrived, there is a window/ac unit boarded up with plywood. Not even new plywood, that looks like an accident or breakage recently happened, rotted on the bottom plywood. We arrived at 3pm the afternoon on a FRIDAY , and had to call a phone number listed on the door for help. When we finally arrived at our site and set up, the were so many dogs barking it sounded like we were at the humane society. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel, and had to park the truck on the gravel street, as there wasn't enough room to actually park at the site. We could not find the restaurant/lounge that was listed on the website. The was ice and firewood only at the "general store". The camper across from us, was a permanent site and the camper was finished off with plywood. Batting cages actually worked, but was really old. The kids tried to go to the store several times to get quarters, there wasn't anyone there. Pool is very small , kids didn't stay in it long, they said it smelled funny. My husband used the restroom once, said it smelled like urine and there was nothing in there to wash his hands with. We couldn't get out of there fast enough! - Hilgirl
Oct 2019 - $28.00
Mixed feelings about this park. When we called to reserve, we were told a pullthru could not be guaranteed. When we got there we discovered why - the long gravel-covered sites are buddied; one half is pullthru, filled first. Second unit assigned there backs in to the back of the pulled through unit. We also discovered upon arrival that the advertised good Sam discount would only be honored if we paid by cash/check. The place is not dog-friendly. The printed rules instruct that dogs can ONLY do their business in an area to be accessed across a pretty long walk, most of it gravel. Of course, any dog owner knows how tough that is to comply with, particularly when the “no pets” green areas were completely empty. [[Sigh]]. Having said all that, this was an ok place to base for this part of driving the great river road. Our W/S/E site was long enough though not level. There was cable tv and the price was great. The campground sits between a US highway and a side road so there is road noise and you can hear the train, neither of these things bother us. Verizon was spotty, ATT was non-existent and there was no WIFI (although there may have been a connection available for an additional fee). We would consider staying here again if in the area but would probably look around for something else. - Janau NC
Sep 2019 - $32.00
Well-organized and tidy cg. Owner guided us to our pull-through site to ensure that we positioned correctly on the gravel. The shower/bathrooms are secured by key, given during registration. Good system. Doggie walk/exercise area is clearly identified. This cg was convenient between Hannibal and St. Louis. - classylady45
Oct 2018 - $32.00
Perfect for an overnight stop, pull through was level and hookups convenient to use. The highway can get noisy at times but the close distance to highway 61 for our trip south was what we wanted, didn't need a resort with high prices for the night. - Richard907