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6 RV Parks near Sikeston, Missouri
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
Jul 2019 - $34.00
50 amp pull through. Very clean. Camp hostess very helpful - DSK Texas
Jul 2019 - $30.00
This was an overnight stay for us. The place is very clean and well kept. The staff escorted us to our site which was level and plenty wide enough for our opposing slides. They had awesome Wifi and our Verizon service was very strong here as well. We will stay here again if we are in the area. - you-me-thedog-andcat
Jul 2019 - $34.00
Great park with strong power and long pull thrus. - John S.
May 2019 - $12.00
As almost every reviewer has noted, how can you beat a decent, FHU site for just $12? Our site was reasonably level and satellite friendly. There were only a handful of other RVs (extended stay?) in the park the night we were there. From previous experience, we didn't even bother checking the bathroom facilities. - Jerry S
May 2018 - $12.00
It has been a few years since we have stopped here. My 5/15 review gives a more detailed description of the park. The self check in is quick and simple. As others have said, $12 for a FHU site can't be beat. As long as you don't want/need cable TV, Wi-Fi, clean bathrooms, etc., this park is fine for an overnight. Most of the sites are a combination of grass/dirt/gravel, fairly roomy, pull through, and satellite friendly. I did not even bother to check the bathrooms. I would have been surprised to see any recycling. - Jerry S
May 2018 - $12.00
A search brought this up while traveling. Ended up stopping on the return trip too. OK, it is a field with full hook up pull through sites. Site was dry after a night of rain. No one in the 'office', a little info on an envelope, add $12.00 and enjoy. Really! There were very few there that never move but were neat and clean. We did not unhook and walked to Wally's restaurant for a very good dinner. If in the area I'd surely stop again. Site is mostly grass with a little gravel. Not all sites have 50 amp. My ems said L2 had only 90 volts at the 1st 50 amp I checked but 2 others we stayed in were fine. At $12 for an overnight it is a bargain. - CaptnJohn
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