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3 RV Parks near Bernie, Missouri
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bernie. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bernie in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $28.00
We stayed overnight at this park while traveling through in a 37' travel trailer. We were able to stay connected in our pull thru site. The entire park is covered with gravel, no grass, but each site has a medium size tree. Our site required some leveling to get our rig leveled side to side. The park was quiet at night, there are buildings between the park and US 60 which cut down the amount of traffic noise. The park was easy to get to off US 60 from the exit to Missouri road AD. The RV office is in the Beltone Hearing Center building. They do not give discounts, but their rate was very reasonable. We only used W/E/S hookups, they all worked well and were in good condition. The park did have wifi and appeared to have cable TV connections at each space, but we didn't use those. Our Verizon phones had strong signal. The park has a few long term rigs/tenants but they were well kept. The site spacing was more generous than most overnight sites we've stayed in. There are no picnic tables or grills provided. Sites 17 through 22 has high voltage power wires running over those sites. We will definitely stay there again when passing through that area. - Arlen
Apr 2016 - $30.00
I hate to do this. It was great that it is very close to the highway so it was handy. They were courteous on the phone and when we registered. The ground was covered in cigarette butts and there was trash and dog pooh all over. There was also a pit bull dog loose on the grounds. The sites are very unlevel too. We just can't imagine staying here again unless we are very tired. - Terry and Bob Simmons
Sep 2014 - $30.00
RV park is next to Bullwinkle's Lodge and Bullwinkle's Pub. Park is basically a place to park your RV. Spaces are short. Only had room to park our 29' fifth wheel and park the truck crossways on our spot. It was sufficient as we only wanted to visit the town of Poplar Bluff. I would only use this as a place for a brief stay, not a vacation spot. The park has several permanent residents. But it is safe and clean. - officerobie
Mar 2011 - $30.00
This place was a hoot! We stayed here because we were meeting friends from Illinois and they needed a lodge. No frills RV park. The site was level; the water, electric and sewer all worked well. The main draw is Bullwinkes Pub, a wonderful ecclectic bar with darts, pool tables and a great staff and atmosphere. I would have given them a 10 if they'd had cable TV, but the bat wing was okay as we were in the pub most of the night. - Wildwooders
Apr 2019 - $25.00
As noted by a previous review, this park is wonderful. The sites are spaced so that you have plenty of room around you. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. The area is wooded, but the roads are paved and easily navigated, trees were not a problem for our rig. The area around is beautiful. There is a lake nearby but we couldn't see it from our site. We had full hookups! - kks
Sep 2018 - $12.00
This is wilderness camping with all the amenities! Our site was surrounded with trees and the Great Outdoors. Distance between sites at the pull-through area was spacious (as an Army Corps of Engineers project, making money takes a back seat to providing a quality camping experience! ). The view out the right side of our coach was all nature with no campers in sight. With a senior pass, a full-hookup drive through site is discounted from $24 to $12 per night. The campgrounds are divided between an east side and a west side. There are only three pull-throughs in the entire campground and they are all on the west side. Utilities were conveniently located and reliable (water pressure was 50 PSI at site #10). No Wi-Fi but our Verizon hot spot worked fine. OTA TV was limited but with clear reception. Dumpsters were reasonably plentiful and the restrooms/showers were old but clean. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table, asphalt drive and a graveled patio area. There was plenty of space to park a tow vehicle plus one more vehicle (boat, etc.). We were pleased to see the Butler County sheriff patrolling the campground at night. We stayed three nights. - TMN-15
Jul 2018 - $24.00
This was the first time we used a COE Park but will not be the last, we really liked it here. Large sites, easy to back in very clean and well kept and the staff was very helpful with local info. - DBLR