|Daily||$35.00 - $35.00|
|Weekly||$180.00 - $180.00|
This is a nice quant rustic RV park. They have full hook up or you can just hook ur electric and water and use there showers and bathrooms. We was only going to stay 1 night and ended up staying 3. My motorhome is 38 ft but I wasnt even the big boy there lol. I seen a 45 ft Big Rig conversion and they had him in a large pull thru site. I will be back!
This place was really a pleasant surprise. We had a pull-through spot in the middle of the park and loved it. Lots of room and really quiet. The work campers who managed the park were really nice and helpful. The only negative was no pool... but no biggie for us.
We spent a month at the Camelot RV Campground while husband did a contract in Poplar Bluff. We had a nice long and level pull-through site with full hookups. There were an abundance of trees around our site but we were still able to get satellite reception, in addition to the cable TV service provided by the campground. The Tengo Internet wasn't very reliable which was rather surprising since the park was largely empty. Although the campground is close to a highway, we couldn't hear any highway noise from our rig. There's not a lot going on near the campground but the Poplar Bluff business district is only about 3 miles away. There are some good state parks within a short drive of the campground.