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3 RV Parks near Ava, Missouri
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ava. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ava in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $40.00
This is a small park in a beautiful setting; rolling hills all around. It's beautiful and quiet in the Autumn. Having said that, we arrived at 2:30 pm on Sunday. No one was in the office. To get to the office, be sure you look closely for the signs - you need to drive around the park to get to it. Sites are level and gravel. The road within the park is also gravel. The gravel road in front of the pull-thru lots is in serious need of grading as is the gravel road leading out of the park; deep ruts are in the road. There is one tight turn leaving the pull-thrus. Wifi is decent. Water pressure and voltage is are good. I rated this park as "poor" because of the roads. - oldbluejay
Feb 2018 - $30.00
We have stayed here multiple times for an overnighter on our way south. Keep meaning to leave a review because it's been a great place to stop. It is on the side of a hill but the campsites are pull through and level. Easy to get in and out. Very clean and owners could not be nicer. Great value and nice spot to get some rest and let the kids run around. - Darthall
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Small country Park with beautiful view of gently rolling hills. Very clean, quiet, and peaceful. Friendly owners. Walking distance to Laura Ingalls Wilder home and museum. - GmaB
Oct 2018 - $28.00
Stayed one week to visit friends, will look for different park next time. Park seems ok, but I called several times to get wifi code and to pay for stay and did not ever receive a call back. No one ever came to the office during the week. We left a check in the mail box. - RV roadrunner
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Sometimes appearances can be deceiving. Upon first glance the park looked old and run down. The old asphalt/gravel roads were WAY beyond needing upgrade and navigation around them was not easy with my 38 foot RV. Upon arrival there was nobody on duty because we came in before posted September office hours of 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday. There was no evidence of a park host, so we selected our own campsite. The pool was closed for the season, as was the rec center. There was only one dumpster in the park. After selecting our pull-through, what looked like an old abandoned terraced site surprised us, being both level and long. Utilities were conveniently located with 50 lbs. water pressure at site 10 c and Wi-Fi was good. OTA TV reception was also good. Taking a closer look, the grounds had been recently mowed and were dotted with old growth trees. It had a rural charm. Upon visiting the office after the receptionist arrived, I found her to be friendly and helpful. Laundry and rest rooms were spotless. This park will never pass for a premier RV park, but it's convenient, clean, friendly and provides all the basics. We stayed for two nights. - TMN-15
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Old reviews were not good but new owners took it a few years ago and this place is nice. Our first stay here was 15 years ago and it is really different now. Very clean facilities. Grounds were well manicured. Pool is clean and warm. We have a 26ft RV which fit in pull through very easy. Had sewer, water and electric. Small store but has the basics. Right off the 4 lane but noise was not an issue. - Tom and Lynn
Mar 2018 - $8.00
This is a nice spacious National Forest campground and we enjoyed our stay. However be warned this is a off road vehicle spot so expect the near constant noise of dirt bikes and quads especially early morning. There is no sewer dump in this campground so you have to plan on leaving with full tanks. The ranger on duty and the campground hosts were wonderful. The many roads and trails are available for hikers in theory but with the heavy traffic of ORBs it really isn't safe. By weekday the place was near empty so the whole noise issue can be avoided by avoiding weekends. - Judy Birchland
Sep 2017 - $8.00
The campground is laid out strange and our very, very long 130' pull through site is actually 2 sites. We checked with the camp host to see about how we should park - they didn't care. The one-way road gets pretty tight for a big rig. Lots of wood fencing along roads and around sites. Some sites have 50 amp, some have no electric, water spigots scattered throughout, no sewer and no dump. Some pit and some flush toilets, but hot showers available. Bathhouse could be cleaner. There are signs to look out for bears, although we saw none. Barely able to get Verizon service. ATV trails run right through the campground and most people are here to use them. Could get noisy. - cincychic