Roaring River State Park
Cost: $13 per night for basic camping (has a FREE dumping station) This park is worth the money!
Reservation required: No, but you can make a reservation at https://mostateparks.com/page/61718/make-reservation
Length of Stay: 14 days
GPS coordinates: 36.5856° N, 93.8158° W
# of sites: 77 campsites at campground 1 where we stayed, there are 2 more campgrounds as well but only campground 1 is open year round.
Hookups: basic, electric, and sewer/electric/water
Amenities: Restrooms, Showers, Dump Station, water, Laundromat, WIFI
Recreation Opportunities: camping, RVs, picnicking (pavilion), hiking, biking, fishing, wading, playgrounds and wildlife viewing. There is also a Nature Center located in this park.
This summary was taken from their website: Fight trophy trout in one of the most breathtaking settings imaginable at Roaring River State Park. The park contains one of the premier trout fisheries in the nation, stocked each night. The natural setting – towering hills above a deep blue spring — provides a scenic backdrop to adventures. Seven trails cut through the parks rugged terrain, and lodging options from campsites to cabins make Roaring River a place to experience a unique slice of Missouri.
I promise you, your family will love this campground! You will leave here with new friends, awesome memories and photographs that you will treasure forever!
If you would like to see other pictures from this campground click here http://www.simplelifefullhearts.com/full-time-living-in-the-rv/live-here/