Come and stay with us in our 'unfussy' shady back yard atmosphere  . . .
in the beautiful Foothills of the Ozarks of Missouri 
near Maramec Spring Park, Route 66, the Trail of Tears,
trout fishing, caves, wineries and museums
where Wi-Fi and TV reception are practically non-exsistant -
thankfully this gives you time to enjoy the out-of-doors and
do a digital detox - thus becoming unfussy!
A Privately Owned Park
Make your reservation NOW!
We book up early for holidays and special events.

Five miles from I-44... we can be your homebase RV park
for trout fishing at Maramec Spring Park
where you can fish year round.


WELCOME to unfussy camping where relaxation is the ultimate goal

 Ten Years and Ten Things
I’ve learned Owning an RV Park/Campground:

Keeping Campers Happy:  Somewhat like trying to eliminate all bugs with a pair of tweezers.

2 Pets: Pet owners agree that all pets should be on leashes and not left alone – EXCEPT THEIRS.

3 Electric, Water, Sewer Issues:  Always happen after 7 PM, during a rain deluge or when you just left for the bank.

4 Personal Body Hygiene (Of Park Owners): The only safe time for a shower is around 3 AM.

5 "Uh ho, here S-H-E-comes”:  Means you have arrived at the pinnacle of your RV Kingdom!

6 Wealth Abounds: Many campers think that because they paid you money – that you are beyond wealthy.

7 Rainy Weekend:  If a new camper with 5 kids muddles through a rainy weekend, meh…you most likely will never see them again.

8 Toilets:  You can scrub them 15 days in row and on the one Sunday afternoon you need to go visit a friend in town, someone decides to ‘paint the floor and walls brown.”
9 Electric Outage:  First time campers think: Did the owner forget to pay the electric bill:   First thing owner thinks, “I sure hope all campers put water in their holding tank since the well doesn’t work without electricity.”
10 Measure of Your Worth: Kamping Kids are our next generation of revenue.  Teaching them about the out-of-doors is a ‘good thing’. They will beg their parents to please go camping again. Builds your clientele.