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Campinghoss@51

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Is the Ozark Resort on Table Rock Lake worth the extra dollars they charge for sites? Sometimes the internet does not accurately describe a cg (tongue in cheek comment)!

We are planning a trip to Branson and the surrounding areas. They are a lot of cg's in that area and I was just wondering.


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I've been to Branson a few times over my life time, but each time was spent in a condominium or house resort place or elaborated motel type place. And this is my take on....

Get the cheapest campsite you can find. If you are truly visiting Branson for all the activities there, you won't be spending any time at the campground anyway. Chances are, you'll be out late watching shows or engaged in activities, and you'll sleep in long in the morning, get up, and hit the streets again.

If you are selecting a campground so you can just vegetate around a campfire, you can do that somewhere much cheaper than the Bronson area. Or consider Table Rock State Park. Table Rock State Park would be my choice and none other.

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Table Rock SP has full hookups and a nice location. $30 a night.

We didn't stay at Branson Lakeside but we drove through to check it out and it looked nice. The advantage to Lakeside is that you don't need to drive the entire strip to get there. It's close to the old downtown that has a cool 5&10.





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I use to own a lot at the Ozarks RV Resort, probably the nicest place I ever stayed. 40 minuets to Branson or Eureka Springs, and not much in between. Most sights are large and well maintained. All the sites are privately owned.....Bruce


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    Been to Branson many times - personally I would not want to be 50 minutes to an hour out of town - The KOA is cheaper and a lot closer - we were just there this spring


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    Posted: 08/21/19 12:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

    Campinghoss@51 wrote:

    Is the Ozark Resort on Table Rock Lake worth the extra dollars they charge for sites? Sometimes the internet does not accurately describe a cg (tongue in cheek comment)!
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    And yet here you are asking, on the internet, for the description of a park.[emoticon]

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    DutchmenSport wrote:


    Get the cheapest campsite you can find. If you are truly visiting Branson for all the activities there, you won't be spending any time at the campground anyway. Chances are, you'll be out late watching shows or engaged in activities, and you'll sleep in long in the morning, get up, and hit the streets again.

    If you are selecting a campground so you can just vegetate around a campfire, you can do that somewhere much cheaper than the Bronson area. Or consider Table Rock State Park. Table Rock State Park would be my choice and none other.


    Couldn't agree more!!

    We stayed at Indian Point Park (part of Table Rock). Very nice park.

    It's just down the road from Silver Dollar City. And when we went there, the line of cars getting in (from town) was miles long. But we went right in since we were coming the opposite direction!!

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    If its park ownership you are looking for that's a great choice. However for the park ownership money Treasure Lake to me is an over all better buy. Now if its a campground you are looking for Branson has many to choose from. Thinking about the size of your rig, you will need to really ask will it fit! A lot of Branson parks are tight. You might want to try the city park, they have great flat sights. Americas Best seems to be the place a lot of folks go to. The COE park on Table Rock lake is also a great park.

    Just come down to Branson and enjoy all the fun you can have.


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    I appreciate the info from the majority of the suggestions. It is like I said sometimes the pics and info owners put on the cg websites are a little misleading.

    Be safe travelling.

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    Campinghoss@51 wrote:

    Is the Ozark Resort on Table Rock Lake worth the extra dollars they charge for sites? Sometimes the internet does not accurately describe a cg (tongue in cheek comment)!

    We are planning a trip to Branson and the surrounding areas. They are a lot of cg's in that area and I was just wondering.


    We love visiting Branson we live about 4 hours away. We have always stayed in Branson & there are tons of CG's to choose from. We tried Ozark Resort several years ago & it is one of the finest resorts we have ever visited. You won't be disappointed. Staying 40 minutes from Branson is fine for us as we don't need Branson 7/24. Don't think you could go wrong where ever you choose to stay.


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