Answers to your questions
We’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions below for your convenience. Please contact us if you have further questions.
Do I need to visit the Information Booth on the east side of the lake to purchase a site?
Nope! There is a drop box for payments and site markers on the east side of the shower houses. Simply fill out your site marker to show your site has been paid for; and turn the larger portion of that site marker + your payment into the drop box. It’s as simple as that! If you need to pay with card, please call us at 660-562-2323 and we can take your payment by phone.
Do the RV Sites have a boat dock near them?
Yes! All three of our RV areas (Reservable, Non-Reservable and Equestrian) all have boat slips. Boat slips are $7 per day. Simply fill out the yellow slip marker to show your boat slip has been paid for; turn one portion of that site marker + your payment into the drop box; and place the other two portions on your slip and boat.
Is there a coral for the horses to roam free?
Unfortunately, no. At this time the Equestrian RV only has hitching posts at each site.
How large are the sites at the Equestrian RV Park? Can they accommodate a horse trailer?
Sites range between 40 and 60 feet in length. Plenty of room to load your horse trailer and towing vehicle on the site.
Do I have to have a horse to be able to camp at the Equestrian RV Park.
No! The Equestrian RV Park is open to all that wish to camp there. Though please be aware the ground is meant for the use of horse-toting campers.
Can I reserve an RV Site for the Equestrian RV Park?
Absolutely! Reservations can be placed six months in advance to your date of arrival, and can be made online or by calling 660-562-2323 Monday-Friday, from 8am-4pm.
Is there a boat ramp on that side of the lake?
Yes! The Missouri of Conservation Boat Ramp is located at the very end of 220th Street, just past the RV park.
Where can I pick up a boat pass?
We recommend picking up a boat pass at Maryville Public Safety if you are coming in from the east; or at our Information Booth on the west side of the park is you are coming in from the west.
For additional information please contact us for assistance.