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If you’re looking for a family-friendly campground in central Missouri, you can make Lake Ozark RV Park the base of your next vacation. This RV park is located in the heart of the Ozarks, surrounded by beautiful woodlands, agricultural lands, and recreational areas.
The park provides approximately 25 spacious campsites with plenty of room for your kids and your four-legged friends to run around. Plus, there are recreational activities for visitors of all ages, just a stone’s throw away, including direct access to the Osage River. It’s easy to reach too, as Highway 54 is less than ten minutes' drive away, and stores in Lake Ozark are within walking distance.
Want to know what else Lake Ozark RV Park has to offer? While you’re motorhome camping, you can choose from pull-through or back-in RV campsites with 20/30/50 amp electric hookups. There are clean restrooms, showers, and water faucets available on-site, as well as a convenience store and picnic areas. You can also make friends at the campfire pits or cook up a feast for your fellow campers with the campsites BBQ facilities.
If you’re camping with an RV at Lake Ozark RV Park, then Lake of the Ozarks State Park is right at your fingertips. Make sure you take some time to dip into the beautiful nature of this 17,000-acre state park. You can start by launching your own boat on the lake or renting one from the lake’s marinas. The park also offers two sandy beaches, which are ideal places to swim during the summertime. During the cooler months, Lake of the Ozarks State Park is the perfect place for cycling, hiking, and horseback riding. The park is set up with 56 miles of multi-use trails, which range from under a mile to 13 miles. Anyone renting an RV between May and September can delve into the Ozarks Caverns in search of bats, salamanders, and unique rock formations.
Another place to take your RV rental is Ha Ha Tonka State Park in Camdenton. In this park, a range of geological features, historic sites, and recreational activities come together. Not only is the area home to caves and sinkholes, but it also hosts Missouri’s 12th largest spring, a ruined castle, and a natural bridge. Visit Ha Ha Tonka State Park between April and October, and you can rent a kayak by the lake, go swimming, or enjoy a picnic in the summer weather. Throughout the rest of the year, visitors can explore the park using the network of hiking trails.
Next, you can take your camper rental farther south to Bennett Spring State Park, one of the most popular summer getaways in Missouri. As well as water activities, the park provides biking routes and hiking trails along scenic bluffs and through stunning deciduous forest. You can even walk through a 300-foot natural tunnel. Back on the water side, Bennett Spring is the perfect place for rafting, canoeing, or swimming. There’s also an educational nature center where you and the little ones can learn about the environment while you camp in an RV near Camdenton.
While you’re camping at Lake Ozark RV Park, you can also discover the highlights of the local area. The Ozark region of Missouri is made up of small towns, historic sites, and charming communities, many of which are within a ten-minute drive of Lake Ozark RV Park.
You can start with a visit to Willmore Lodge, a grand building that dates back to 1930 and the early years of the Great Osage River Project. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the scenic lodge was once an administrative center and luxury retreat for Union Electric. Now it’s open to the public, and you can walk the grounds and relish the lakeside views at your leisure. Inside the building, you can find a visitor center, the Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Bagnell Dam Museum. The museum features interactive exhibitions that will keep the kids entertained. The display also hosts the original tools used during the construction of the dam, and enough documents and photographs to impress the history buffs.
When you’re camping at Lake Ozark RV Park, the quiet towns of Lake Ozark and Osage Beach are just minutes away, but you’ll also be within a short drive of the county seat, Camdenton. Here you can find the most extensive range of eateries in the area, including Mexican restaurants, American grills, and pizza. Looking for something more traditional? Take your camping companions to dinner at Camdenton’s winery and taste some of the local beverages. Alternatively, you can pick up supplies for a campsite dinner at one of the city’s supermarkets.
Traveling with kids? Camdenton offers a variety of entertainment facilities. You can take the little ones to the city’s aquatic center, challenge each other to a game on the golf course, or take a stroll in the city park. There are endless opportunities when you book an RV in Camden County.