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7 RV Parks near Memphis, Missouri
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Memphis. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Memphis in the left hand column.
Sep 2015 - $17.00
Nice small park in a small town. Just off Hwy 2, but no noticeable noise. Easy in and easy out with wide roads. Definitely big rig friendly if you get a pull-through site. Good water pressure and o.k. wifi. Antenna tv got the major channels. Would stay here again if in the area. - TH travelers
Sep 2010 - $15.00
This is a small city campground in S/E Iowa. It is well worth stopping and spending a day to visit the Amish / Mennonite communities in the area. The sites are all gravel and fairly level. - A hitch and a hop
Aug 2018 - $17.00
The campground is located at the South entrance to 574-acre Lake Sugema. There is a ring of 10 W&E RV sites that overlook the lake, a row of 12 full hookup sites, and 8 primitive tent sites. All RV sites had 50 ft cement pads, a picnic table and fire ring. There was also a modern restroom/shower house, sewer dump station, shelter house, playground, boat dock, fish cleaning station and a boat trailer parking area. A large boat-ramp is just down the road. There's a hiking trail at the east end of the campgrounds that connects to Lacey-Keosauqua State Park. The property, campsites and buildings were all well-maintained. The full-time campground hosts were friendly and helpful. The Lake Sugema Wildlife Management Area encompasses about 3,000 acres surrounding the campground, so was very quiet with no highway or road noise near-by. You still make campground reservations by phoning the Park Attendant, although that is to be online in 2019. Privately-owned Red Fox lake rental cabins are also located on (but not affiliated with) the campground. - OTR-again
Oct 2017 - $11.00
We were looking for a place in the general area to break up a long drive that would allow us to do short hikes from camp. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on a Sunday night in mid-October. This is a nice campground. NOTE: The campground will be closed from April 1, 2018 through October 31, 2018 for renovations, so this review could be irrelevant next year. The CG was half full when we arrived as there had been a festival in a nearby town over the weekend. We were nearly alone by morning. The sites with electric and water are arrayed diagonally in 2 loops and are reasonably sized. The end sites (site #70) and primitive sites were a bit larger. Parking is on gravel with grass separating the sites. The sites are fairly level, some are more shady or sunny. The shower was clean with ample hot water, yet old with plumbing issues and operated by a 15 second push button. There's no wifi. There was good Verizon cell coverage. ATT was on an extended network with cell coverage and no data. The camp host was friendly and helpful. Rates are lowered to $11 with electric/water in the off season. Dump station nearby. - dsvt
Jul 2018 - $15.00
Stayed here to attend a bluegrass show nearby. Full hookups work well. Steady, strong voltage even with several ac's working full time. Showers/restrooms are adequate and reasonably clean. Grass was mown. Not lots of shade in most sites. Never saw the "host". Will stay here again next year for the show. - bipeflier
Sep 2011 - $11.00
The rate for 50 amp service is $24 and 30 amp. service is $22 for full hookup site. This is a Passport America park so my one night stay was $22. They also discount for Good Sam and Escapees Club. The park still has the slot for your fee and although the hosts camper "office" is on site we never saw anyone. The park is clean but old and the concrete pads have cracked. The entrance to the campground is the side street but coming from the north we missed it because the "Entrance" sign is set back from the road a bit. It was worth turning around for though. We use a Verizon data card and have a good connection for Wi-Fi. Some trees but mostly open and good for satellite tv reception. Overall a nice place to stop for the night. - Phantom Camper
Sep 2009 - $22.00
This park is OK for a one night stop. Gravel pads are long enough for a big rig, but narrow. The park has a steep entrance off the highway, but an easier drive is on the side street. There is no office. Upon arrival, you complete an envelope and place payment into a slotted container. We had some difficulty with some deep, loose gravel and nearly got stuck when trying to find a level spot within the space. The bathhouse is old and was not very clean. We didn't use the laundry facility. We tried to use our air card for internet access and had little luck. TV reception with an antenna was also very spotty. We would stay here again for an overnight stop. - retread
Oct 2016 - $14.00
This is a decent campground to stay in. Of the 12 sites, the outer 4 "pull through" sites are the longest. The 7 pull throughs and 1 back-in in the middle rows are of various length. A couple sites might be long enough to stay hooked up, but the rest would require disconnecting the truck or car. I believe all of the sites would require leveling, as none of them appeared level to me. The gravel roads and sites were in good condition. There was a paved patio with picnic table at our site, as well as a fire ring. Water pressure was fine. 30 amp receptacle at the box was dirty, preventing a good connection, so we had to plug into 50 amp instead using an adapter. No dump station on site is a bummer, but there is a dump station on the other side of town at the Fairgrounds that is available. This park was quiet and peaceful, with nice scenery. $14 cash fee was placed into a drop box. 9 of the 12 sites were occupied during our stay on a Friday night. - KeystoneTT
Aug 2011 - $14.00
This little park built by the Davis Co. Conservation Board is a gem! 12 fairly level gravel & grass sites, all pull-through. The 4 sites on the perimeter are suitable for any size rig. Picnic tables, fire rings, 30/50 amp electric and good water. Clean and new bath-house. If there were a dump on site, it would be darn near ideal! We meant to only overnight here, but instead decided to stay 4 days. A number of ponds with bass, bluegills and crappie dot the area, with lots of trees and pleasant walks. Two beautiful cabins are also available to rent. Bloomfield is a charming little town as well. We'll be back! - Cheese Queen