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6 RV Parks near Lilbourn, Missouri
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lilbourn. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lilbourn in the left hand column.
May 2015 - $18.00
Rate reflects senior discount. There are two sides to this park, one is South Campground which is where the park offices are located. This side is Airpark, it is about 15 miles from the main park site. Airpark Campground has 14 campsites, all 30 amp with water. There is a dump station. There is a restroom and shower located in the old air field building, the restrooms were clean; we did not use the showers. Currently there is demolition of the old Airpark Inn and Restaurant going on so you have to come to the end of the paved road and use the dump site as an entrance and exit. The sites are level, spacious, gravel with nice patio areas. We were a little disappointed that on arrival, we found the fire ring to be so full of ash and trash, we filled a 13 gal trash bag to get it clean enough to use. The campground has 7 sites in each "loop". Airpark is very quiet, secluded. The campground has a lot of grass area for games and play. It is 10 miles to any services, gas, store, restaurant, etc. Bird watching is great; there were some rabbits and squirrels running around. There is a little trail that goes through the woods, some areas nearby to fish and a boat launch about ½ mile down the road. Very level for walking and biking. Staff was friendly and park was kept clean. We would stay here again. - Fixn2gocamp
Jul 2019 - $45.00
Sites were cramped and not big rig friendly. Mostly extended stay. Overpriced for the area. - DSK Texas
Dec 2018 - $32.00
Host was extremely helpful but it was very smokey in the office. He is proud of his park. He parked us in a 30A pull thru, which was JUST long enough for our 30' 5th wheel. We had problems with the 30A breaker, he came right away and moved us to a larger 50A pull thru. Appreciated the extra room. We did indulge at Lambert's...highly recommend it. - Army Guy
Oct 2018 - $30.00
As a previous reviewer mentioned, you walk in to some heavy duty cigarette smoke. However, the owner is an extremely nice old guy and very proud of his well-maintained park. This is not a fancy park, but it is well-maintained, well laid out and very neat. We had zero issues with 30 amp service. There are about 12 50 amp sites and all 60 sites are pull throughs. We liked that there was a shuttle service to Lambert's Cafe though we did not indulge. We were arriving late, 6:30, and the owner made sure we knew that he would be around for us, and he was. We would defintitely camp here again if in the area. Thank you for your hospitality. - boneetnik
Sites: 50 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 41 Reviews
Oct 2019 - $32.00
Park is clean, easy access, lots of greenspace for pets. Staff excellent. Verizon signal good. Easy to navigate. - starcraft35
Sep 2019 - $32.00
Just an overnight stay heading south. All sites are pull-through but the last row is the only 50 amp sites. The restrooms were very clean and campground was well taken care of at the sites. Sites were gravel but very level and well spaced. We would stay here again. - boomerlee
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Incredibly clean restrooms and individual showers with unlimited hot water. Super nice staff. All pull thru sites. Strong WiFi and phone signals. Spacious, clean laundry room with 4 washers and 4 dryers. Would have given a 10 but some traffic noise and not much nearby.
No tow vehicle with us but plenty of room for one. Good place to recharge ourselves. Been on road for ~3 weeks. Did laundry, cleaned our MH and relaxed. Quiet, small-just what we needed! - Lcpjax50575
Aug 2019 - $22.00
My wife and I are nearing retirement and first year campers. We chose this park because the Discovery Museum in Union City Tn is close. The history of Reelfoot Lake is a story all its own. This state park is very well kept and managed. The people working there are helpful and courteous. We stayed in the larger South Camp Ground, number 16, located right on the waterfront on Lake Steeet. Our back-in was level and plenty ample for the 27 ft TT. We had 50 amp service, water, no sewer. We noticed there were some slots with sewer throughout the grounds. Number 16 had a nice table on a concrete pad and on the lake side there was a fire pit. Being August and Tennessee and having a lakefront, there were nighttime flying water bugs, and some mosquitos (Just spray down, turn off your outdoor lights and light a fire), we were fine. There is plenty of park to walk and ride bikes and we did both. (Stuff for children too, but we are Couple Glampers). The Blue Bank Resort is adjacent the grounds and has splendid food and drinks and ambience. Also, We took a sunset boat tour of the lake and highly recommend that as well (Reservations). As mentioned earlier the Discovery Musesum is less than 30 minutes away, and I would plan a trip to the RV Park just to go spend the day at this sleeper world class museum (Google it and plan on 5 hours). Reelfoot Campground is 2-1/2 hours from our home and we will definitely be going back in the spring. Happy camping! - RvLmylizard
Jun 2019 - $28.00
An uneven experience. Signs everywhere read "Don't dump fish waste in dumpsters." From the smell, this injunction was pretty well ignored. The park had nice trees and grounds, and was on a pretty lake created by an earthquake in the early 1800s. This is a very popular place with local folks. Wonderful birds here (and eagles, we heard). Level sites; we didn't need to unhitch. A little awkward beginning as we went to find a campground host, finally gave up and moved into a site and later learned it was the host's day off but she'd be back the next day and we could pay then. - PeterCC
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Nice clean campground. Sites are level, we stayed in 11; no need for leveling. Site was long enough for our 26 foot camper and our truck. - Joe Morris
Nov 2019 - $36.00
Check in was easy to include getting a propane tank filled right after check in. The park was on winter hours so office was open from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. We left our last CG that morning and called Hinton to leave a message that we wanted to stay the night there on the way back home to the St. Louis area. Around noon, we received a call back that they could accommodate us. We were escorted to pull through site 40 with FHUs to include cable. The park WiFi worked well. There was plenty of room to walk the dogs though no formal dog area. The park was nothing fancy but an excellent choice for an overnighter or even a few days. We would definitely stay here again. - MK_Willi
Oct 2019 - $45.00
Perhaps the best WIFI in North America. They actually have erected three towers, each with multiple routers, in this park. I didn't try to stream a movie, but my web browsing was the best I have ever experienced in an RV park. This place is quite close to the Interstate, making it great for us as an overnight space. We didn't have to level our rig, as the space was quite flat. All sites were pull throughs. - Bill from Seattle
Oct 2019 - $45.00
It is an easy exit off I-55 to the park. Fuel is very close. We were just over night but I would use this park if we were going to stay longer. Nice pull though sites, friendly manager and residences. All the services were good. some trees but mostly open. The roads and sites are all gravel but good and solid. We would stay again when in the area. - JDR