We’re hoping friends & family will come to Branson for a visit this summer while we’re here. Since I’ve had questions about the Campground accommodations, Kira & I walked around today taking photos. Here is a map of the Campground that will take you to their website if you click on it.
The main campground is on the southern hilltop with more campsites & park model cabins located on the hilltop to the north.
Along the highway between the two hills is the 3-story lodge with both a front and back door onto a covered walkway.
Most of the workkampers are parked in Loop B — a separate section north of the campground office, across the valley from the north park.
Here’s the Bark Park — just up the hill from our campsite. It’s a quiet, shady spot to sit with Kira off leash.
At the bottom of the hill in Loop B is this Deluxe Cabin. . .
and below that is the Cozy Cabin. The Cozy is great for two people!
There are also five motel rooms available right across from the office (& next to the covered swimming pool). The two upper rooms have two bedrooms each while the lower ones are single rooms with two beds.
Here’s the office, game room, and public rest rooms.
In case someone wants to have a family reunion, there is even the Big House with three bedrooms & two baths.
Behind & on the far side of the covered pool is the little café, The Whistle Stop, where Jeff will be getting to cook.
This is the start of the main camping area (east from the entrance & office). You can see how the campsites are snuggled all around this hilltop. Many sites have a canti-levered covered deck with a picnic table.
There’s a nice children’s park area along with a pavilion, tennis court, & another swimming pool.
Lots of campsites on east beyond the playground/pool area.
There is a nice, shady trail down the side of this hill and up the side of the other hill where the North campground is located.
Now besides all these campsites & room accommodations, there has been some lovely flowers & blooms the past few weeks.