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6 RV Parks near Mound City, Missouri
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mound City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mound City in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $20.00
We are just working our way in a circle from Illinois northerly to Washington state, down halfway in California and straight back to Illinois. So we usually are just stopping for 1 night because it is on the way. Easy to get to, good roads. Site #55. Across road from water. Sites at waters edge do not have electricity. Dump station. Also does not have water hook ups. Bathrooms/showers decent. Level site, spacing normal/acceptable. No wi-fi. AT&T cell service had 2 bars. Overall nice campground. Would stay for several days, but would need to have water sports to do (sea-doo, boat). - Enjoying_Retirement
May 2017 - $19.00
Great site to stop. Rates are only $20. We paid $19 senior rate. Not sure why $30 was stated. Electricity. Water and dump station easy access. New restrooms and showers. Sites right near lake and spacious. Some pull thrus. Nice hosts. Really enjoyed our stay. - JillBN
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Very nice park. Isolated but enjoyable. Close enough to Nebraska State Line that we drove across Missouri River to Rulo, Nebraska so we could put Nebraska State sticker on our map.
Campground has a pump out station, but no sites with sewer and no water at our 50 AMP site. - Genielady
Jun 2009 - $15.00
I had just crossed the Missouri State Line on Interstate 29 and there were NO RV parks in sight for miles, according to any source that I had. I just randomly took an exit, hoping to find SOMETHING. I weasled around, and ended up in Craig, MO. Oh my, a sign! Outback RV Park, 2 blocks away! I drove to it. Oh my. Seven spaces on grass near an alley behind the buildings on main street. I saw some local towns people, so I inquired as to whether I would be safe. I was assured that I would be safe. I called the "after hours" phone number on the sign, only to get voice mail. I left a message that I was there, and I would pay if they found me. I finally located the owner at a local community fish fry (which I attended) that happened to be occurring that night. I paid, and he told me he didn't have any receipts. If you arrive during the day, you pay at the local hardware store. Now, for what you get. Park has 30 amp and 50 amp, and sewer. There is only one water faucet, a community one. That's pretty much it. I wouldn't enter the park from the street, there is a slight rut along the street. I would go into the alley and drive anywhere on the grass from the alley. (This might be cumbersome if you have a toad.) The park can accommodate big rigs, but it might be cumbersome having to come through the alley. The neighbors next to the RV park have a barky dog that you may have to put up with, and trains do shake the ground. But for $15 (price as of this writing), you can put up with this for one night. Warning, I did get some occasional power surges on 30 amp. Also, the town loves their fire bell, it goes off at 6:00 PM and 7:00 AM. Verizon Air Card barely worked. - DXSMac
Sep 2018 - $5.00
RV site at casino. Very basic, but had full hookups. No shower and restrooms were in casino across parking lot. Site is rural. Gas station with typical store is nearby. We needed an inexpensive place to overnight and this was perfect. - Wayne B41
Sep 2018 - $5.00
Our first 'casino' RV stay and it worked out great. You can't beat the value for $5 a night. Full hook-ups, back-in, unassigned sites, grass, mostly level. The park is at the rear of the casino, just off the edge of the parking lot. There were security cameras nearby so we felt safe. A short walk up to the casino. Very quiet. Strong AT&T cell signal, 4 channels OTA. This is a very small casino out in the middle of nowhere but fun to try. Great for a one-nighter. - MangoandJune
Jun 2018 - $5.00
I stayed here two nights. The price is great, full service, water, electric and sewer for $5/night. The location is remote, in far northeast Kansas, just a few miles west of the Missouri River (and Missouri) and only a few miles south of the Nebraska border. The RV park itself is very basic, along the edge of the casino parking lot. There is a casino with restaurant, neither of which I used, and that is all the civilization but for farms within probably 15 t0 20 miles. The restroom I rated was in the casino. Still, being from the east coast, I enjoyed seeing and exploring the area. - johnp271
Oct 2013 - $23.00
The rate reflects $18 camping fee for a 30 amp electric site plus $5 for the daily use fee. This is a pretty amazing state park. There are all types of camping available, including backpacking. There are hiking trails. There are exhibits. Not too far away in Brownville, there is a great biking trail. You will not lack for things to do. The roads in the park are paved, but the paved roads in the camping area are in very bad shape. The camping spaces are gravel/dirt and many are very unlevel. It is heavily treed, but we did get a site with satellite reception. In late October we expected to be almost alone at this campground, but that did not turn out to be the case. For three weekends they have special Halloween weekends. It was pretty amazing; there were many, many RV’s in spaces or permits on posts but very few people. The park management lets people rent spaces even though they are not going to camp. It doesn’t seem fair but it probably brings in lots of money for the park. We were presented with about 10 spaces, most of which did not work because they were so unlevel. However, we did find a nice site. Unlike an earlier reviewer, our 30 amp service was good. We have a monitor for low power and it never indicated a problem. I do not think that big rigs would fare well in this park with the short, unlevel spaces and sharp turns. We had a very, very weak signal on our Verizon phone, enough to get text but not voice and no data. We would certainly stay at this park again, but probably not during Halloween time. - TheJim
Jun 2013 - $18.00
A group of five units stayed at Indian Cave SP for three nights and found it quite pleasant. There is lots of shade and the grounds are very well kept. You need to chose your site carefully as many are not level and the size of the rig is important. There are 22 50 amp sites w/3 that can be reserved. A previous poster had problems with the power but we did not--a steady 120--and it was hot and humid. The park is worth exploring and the Cave is interesting. The interior roads are pretty good except in the campgrounds where washouts and erosion has created a real mess. The showers were clean and flush toilets are in the building. There are a lot of pit toilets throughout the park and are ok as pit toilets go, but they could use some lime. All in all, we had a good experience here and would return if they fix the roads. - richvks
May 2012 - $25.00
What a WRETCHED place to go! Their website doesn't really give you a clear idea of what to expect. We reserved 2 sites to spend Memorial Day Weekend with family. The $25 rate shown is $18 for the site $5 a day entry fee and $2.30 for the reservation. While it's true they have 50 amp sites, I think their are only 6 and only 3 of those are reserve-able. The sites are horribly out of level. We spent over an hour in the first site using every board we had and couldn't get level. After another 45 minutes in the other site using every board we had, we were close to level. As we found out later, apparently not close enough. Things should have settled down from here, right? Not likely. The power was very low (99 to 100 volts) at the post. It was completely off for a while Saturday afternoon. An attendant called someone who spoke very briefly we me about the low voltage. He was indifferent to my problem and left. The TRC surge/voltage protector won't engage at that low a voltage, so I couldn't get power to the coach. It was HOT both Saturday and Sunday. By Sunday all of us were fed up with the heat and power issues. The fridge was up to almost 50 degrees because we couldn't get level enough. The constant power issues finally broke the TRC surge/voltage protector and there was no way I would connect my coach to their extremely poor power. It's so sad that the state would subject so many RV's to low power. How much damage have they caused? We all left! SAVE YOUR A/C's and ELECTRONICS! STAY AWAY FROM INDIAN CAVE! We will never go here again. - Dream2RV
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Very well maintained city park. We stayed in one of the three pull-thru sites. There is a small lake in the park with a walking trail around it. No wifi and T-Mobile wouldn't connect. - SteveCampsTx
Jul 2017 - $20.00
A hidden gem of a city park. We travel from CA to ME and I know a clean and value when I see it. They do take reservations which I didn't know, but was able to get a pull thru for three nights Would love to take this park with me on my travels from coast to coast. - stamford
Oct 2016 - $15.00
They have 3 pull through sites and 9 back in sites in a parking lot - reasonably spaced - all facing the pretty lake. Full hookups for $15 is not bad. Very clean. good water pressure. decent internet on AT&T using my own box. Picked up 3 local tv stations, 2 radio stations. - Don Self
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We stayed in this RV Park during the solar eclipse. The owner is very friendly and accommodating. There are no showers or restrooms, but we didn't need them. The sites are fairly close, but well taken care of. Owner could have gouged us in the price since it was during the solar eclipse, but he didn't. We would definitely stay here again. - DBT