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12 RV Parks near Lebanon, Missouri
Apr 2019 - $25.00
First time stay in campground. 1 very nice full hookup. It's a very popular place. Place is kept clean of trash. Like a lot of campgrounds clean up of pets very poor. Very busy place, expect some noise on weekends. - where to next
Apr 2019 - $23.00
Bennett Springs is beautiful. The dogwood trees were in bloom. The campground has several levels and is very large. The place is a trout hatchery, so if you fish, this is the place. When I visited the very nice store outside the hatchery, I saw and photographed a Bald Eagle fishing in the hatchery. Its a bit out of the way, but well worth the trip. Great tandem dumpsite. - Mark Durbin
Apr 2018 - $28.00
Bennett Springs State Park is one of those hidden gems in the Ozarks. As a bonus there it's a trout park on top of that! We camp here every year, but you have to make reservations and make them EARLY! We make ours six months out just to make sure we have a spot. Section 1 is very spacious with E/W/S, which is rare for state parks. If you want things a little more rustic, then section 2-4 are for you. - SL592
Aug 2019 - $43.00
We stayed on site #5. It was so un level we felt like we were on The Titanic trying to make our way starboard.
It’s a small KIA, which is to our liking though. Small, sweet playground for the younger kids, and a nice pool, looked clean. We didn’t use any of the facilities. We were just too dang tired. The gal in the office, Pat, was awesome! Very personable, friendly and efficient. - PATCZAR
Jun 2019 - $44.00
This park is in very rough condition, pool was very dirty. Only positive was the staff was very nice and helpful. Showers were clean and plenty of hot water. Park is very old and needs some upgrading everywhere. We camped at Lebanon / Bennett Spring KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Shopping and restaurants are 7 - 8 miles away in Lebanon. Lots of fast food chains, Walmart and Lowe's close by. - JR and The Boys
Mar 2018 - $35.00
I can't believe this park is part of a national franchise. Very poor condition. Needs about 20 trains of gravel/stone to bring it up to minimal standards. Abandoned/uninhabitable mobile homes on site. Numerous holes covered with old pallets. Manager was very nice at least. Much better opportunity down the road. - JohnBusch
May 2008 - $22.00
You have to take a two lane country gravel road to get to it and it is very twisty, but it is worth the peaceful serenity of the campground when you get there. The RV sites are not fancy, basically a grass field with some RV sites set up with electricity and water to hook up to. Campground sponsors float trips down the Niangua river. Mostly caters to tent campers or I guess Boondockers, but I've never seen anyone do that. This is definitely a family campground. They will run rowdy drinkers off or not allow them to set up camp to start with. They have a really neat tepee setup to stay in as well. Check out the web site for more info. - texasbrons
Mar 2012 - $8.00
Price is based on a monthly rate of $245. The restrooms and showers are very clean. Spots are narrow but they stagger where you park with in effect gives you two sites. Sites are gravel and level or close to being level. This park is 3 1/2 miles from the main entrance to Bennett Spring State Park where you can fish for trout. There are restaurants close by. We will stay here if in the area again. - daverich
Sep 2012 - $16.00
Difficult to find; GPS couldn't find it. 7 sites among trees and grass behind a motel. The two pull throughs had tight access, difficult to get into. #5 has trees on left and tree stumps on right. It was peaceful, OK for overnight - AFChap
Jul 2008 - $16.00
Grass sites behind a Motel along the side of the property next to dense trees and brush. I wouldn't try to get anything over 40 ft in here. This is a passport park, but even the passport rate is high for what you get. - Joe T
Jun 2019 - $27.00
Beautiful campground with plenty of shade but the RV slots were often tilted sideways, making it difficult to level the RV without additional support pads. Each site only had 30 amp recepticals without an additional 20 amp. However, the staff are very friendly and helpful. Our only real complaint was dogs were allowed to run free and we ended up picking up dog poop every day on our site which our dog did not deposit. We picked his up immediately. - John Mills
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Perhaps I misunderstood what "Fort Niangua River frontage" on their website means. I expected the property to be on the river and the river to be accessible. After paying, when I asked how to get to the river, I was told it was down a steep hill that was overgrown and difficult, definitely implying not to try it. Very disappointed. All permanent rvs. Primarily a float company. Site was not level. Because of drop in ground level, chose to back out rather than pull through. Grounds need trash pickup and ground maintenance. Needed to do laundry but was asked to wait until after 5pm. Lady at checkout was friendly and nice. Entrance is 3/4 mile steep gravel/dirt road. - Sewgratefulquilts
Aug 2019 - $37.00
Easy to and from the interstate, check-in fast and friendly, escort to site. Interior gravel roads and gravel site. Utilities worked as they should. FHU. Very close to the interstate so lots of road noise. WiFi worked great, Sat TV worked great. Dog area but not fenced. Restrooms and showers in camping area closed, the ones at the office were open. Very nice pool area. - Gladabout
Apr 2019 - $36.00
Really nice place, clean, great dog walk/park area. Greeted by friendly staff, very happy person. The only downsize was the road noise, too close to major highway. My solution, sleep with earplugs, slept like a baby. Will stay again. - 883piglet
Apr 2019 - $37.00
Hook up fine. Sites close together. Roadways easy to navigate. Traffic noise each night as we were right next to the interstate. Fine for a short stay. - User1308
Jun 2019 - $37.00
Very nice park next to the Niangua river. The water is cold of course because of Bennett Spring. There is a nice gravel bar you can set up chairs and fish, hang out, swim, etc. The pads are concrete, perfectly level, and have a fire pit with picnic table and lantern hanger. Water pressure was great, maybe even a little high at times. It was a little stretch to get the sewer and electric to the hook up. Spaces are nice and far apart. The drives are gravel. There is no wifi or cable TV hookup here. The worst part for us was there is no shade at all. The afternoon/evenings are brutal in the sun. If the sites were the opposite direction, there would be shade late PM/Evening but then of course the morning would be full sun. Overall we would definitely stay again. - ScottRV97
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Pros: Excellent park with 1 mile of Niangua River frontage that is just below Bennett Springs. Nice level pads with a good amount of room between each. All of the facility I used was in working order. A great place for families. There is a nice small pavilion by the river that you can cook your dinner on the grille at. Cons: Gravel road leading from office along the river to campsites is traveled by many and often at times with zero consideration to speed and dust conditions blowing onto campers. Contracted lawn service is allowed to start mowing at 7AM with zero consideration to campers. Sitting out having my breakfast at the picnic table on my site and here is the guy now mowing around my trailer at 9AM. I swept the mowed grass off the concrete area after I was finished. I don't really want to be awoken by lawn mowing when the whole goal is peace and quiet. Electrical hookup box was missing a screw on the cover so when you open it up, bam, it falls and hits you on the leg. Notified the maintenance guy as he was working on an electrical box across from me only for the problem to not be taken care of before I left. Each of the full hookup sites has a metal fire ring with a grille for cooking on it. You would think that someone would empty those out once in a while, or at least more often than they do. Ours, like most of the others was not level. It was over 1/2 full of fire ash and had previous campers trash in it. Nobody comes to inspect the sites from the time someone leaves to the time a new guest arrives or this should have been taken care of. NO WIFI but great phone service. Would I go back? Yes, I like the convenience of the river access only 50 yards from my camp. - GrumpyJoe
Mar 2018 - $40.00
One of the most fabulous pieces of property we stayed at on our month long trip. Well laid out with overnight people kept separate from long term renters. A little further out of the town of Lebanon but well worth the drive! Right across from the state park. - JohnBusch
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Small campground and the owners themselves checked us in. The park was very clean. The pool is a hike up a hill but you can drive there. They have a couple tent spots right next to the river. - JuliaKF
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a campground not a RV resort. It would be ok to stay for a couple of days if you enjoy camping and it has not been raining. Rain makes the area very soggy. The hosts are very pleasant and helpful.
The 1.3 mile road used to access the campground is extremely narrow and very steep. It goes down to the river so when you leave the campground it is a steady climb out.
There are several low hanging branches, both in the campground and on the road, that make it impossible to move any vehicle with height, such as a 5th wheel or a motor home, without dragging branches.
IMO, this is not suitable for an overnight stop nor is it big-rig friendly. I would not stay here again. - davebennington
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Stayed here in a back up space close to restrooms. The only issue was the road getting there was very narrow and damaged, also the gravel roads in park need some help as well. The staff there are all very kind. - eagle94