Stage Stop Campground

Stage Stop Campground is perfect if you're looking for a charming campground in southwest Missouri. This RV Park is located near the quaint city of Neosho which provides campers with everything they'll need for a classic camping caper. This rustic campground provides lots of campground activities to enjoy during your stay, including a rec hall, a playground for kids, and outdoor games such as horseshoes. Pets are welcome at this pet-friendly campground near Neosho, so make sure you bring your pup along and you can explore Missouri together.Camping at Stage Stop Campground is a relaxing and peaceful experience. This small campground contains 16 well-equipped sites, each with full hookups that support 30/50 amp electrics. As well as these necessities, the campround offers a few extras, including picnic tables, free WiFi, and a horseshoe pit. Rigs up to 40-feet long are allowed at this campground, and all sites have back-in access. There are also a few amenities around the park, such as laundry services, showers, and bathrooms.When you book an RV in Newton County, you'll access to some of the best cities in four different states. Campers will have easy access to Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri during their vacation, with many great cities within driving distance such as Fayetteville, Tulsa, Springfield, and more. As well as these cities, there are some beautiful nature preserves close to Neosho, with the stunning Neosho River and Table Rock Lake both providing a number of excellent outdoor activities.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the most recommended parks near Neosho is Roaring River State Park. This state park features one of the most beautiful landscapes in Missouri with rocky cliffs and ravines surrounding the Roaring River. The river is perfect for fishing, and anglers travel from across the state to catch trout in these waters. While the river isn't ideal for swimming, there is a public swimming pool to cool of in after a long day exploring. If you want to explore the park's landscape, there are seven hiking trails that lead through wooded areas and along the top of the valley, providing scenic views. During your hike, keep an eye for the park's bird population, which includes ruby-throated hummingbird, green heron, and bald eagle.Neosho campers may also want to venture north and visit the historic Battle of Carthage State Historic Site. This park was the site of a Civil War battle, which is well-known as it was the first full-scale battle of the war. The area is relatively unchanged from the 1860s, and visitors can explore this historic meadow and see the remains of old encampments used by both the Confederate and Union armies. This riverside state park also features an informational plaque to help visitors learn more about the battle.Motorhome campers looking for a peaceful stroll in classic Missouri countryside should consider visiting Big Sugar Creek State Park. This park features grasslands and woodlands north of Big Sugar Creek. The park features several trails, including the three-mile-long Ozark Chinquapin Trail, which leads along the small stream and up hills towards fields. During this hike, nature watchers should keep an eye out for local flora and fauna, including scarlet tanagers, armadillos, and low prickly pear cactus. At the south end of the park is Big Sugar Creek, which is good for watersports, and visitors can rent kayaks from an onsite vendor.

Exploring the City

With your RV rental near Neosho, you'll have cities in four different states to explore. If you're looking to experience some local history, consider a quick trip to the George Washington Carver Monument near Joplin. This site was once the home of this world-famous inventor, and any peanut butter fanatic will want to pay homage to this great man. Visitors can explore trails leading by this old homestead, and even visit a Civil War graveyard were many of Carver's relatives are buried.Anybody looking for a vibrant city to explore should consider a trip to Tulsa. Tulsa has many family-friendly excursions, as well as several culturally enriching activities. The Tulsa Zoo is ideal for families and features over 400 different species of animals from around the world. Some of the creatures on display here include Komodo dragons, Asian elephants, and Malaysian tigers. There are different ways to experience the animals at the zoo, such as a zoo train that takes you by many of the exhibits, and you can also chat with the zookeepers about their experiences.If you'd rather see some of Tulsa's cultural attractions, consider a visit to the Philbrook Museum of Art. This prestigious and beautiful art museum consists of ornate gardens surrounding a Spanish-style mansion. As well as being a stunning building, the museum also has a fantastic permanent collection of art, with paintings by Benjamin West, Thomas Moran, and Leon Kroll.

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