WELCOME to unfussy camping . . .  where relaxation is the ultimate goal.

​​Come and stay with us and enjoy our 'unfussy' shady backyard atmosphere . . .
​in the                                            of Missouri and experience:
  Maramec Spring Park
     Three rivers for canoing/kayaking 
       The Trail of Tears
           The Mother Road Route 66
               Year round trout fishing
                   Natural caves and springs
                               Missouri S&T University
                                    Fort Leonard Wood
                                        And so much more!

​​Please understand that Wi-Fi and TV reception are practically non-exsistant in this area of Missouri. However, you can look at it as a delightful way to do a 'digital detox' giving you more time  to enjoy our midwestern activities and

We are OPEN YEAR ROUND. Make your reservations anytime you like.
We do book up early for holiday and special events.

Since we are only 5.5 miles from I-44, we can be your homebase RV park
for trout fishing at Maramec Spring Park where you can fish year round.

Foothills of' the Ozarks

enjoy what UN-FUSSY camping is all about.


CHECK-IN:     1:00 PM

5 MPH throughout campground - No more, no less.

QUIET HOURS - We all need our beauty rest:
Sunday through Thursday: 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM
Friday and Saturday:            10:00 PM to 6:00 AM

  • Payment upon arrival. We accept cash and checks.
  • Credit/Debit payments incur additional convenience fee.
  • Check Rates Pages for complete list of fees.

  • RVs must be in good working order.
  • There is no RV age discrimination, however sewer, electric and water components must all be working properly.

  • Keep site clean and uncluttered
  • Keep all property confined to your site.
  • No clothes lines.
  • No trash to be outside over night, as there are hungry critters in the woods.

  • Park only on gravel areas
  • Do not drive/park grassy areas due to pipes underground. Exception: Overflow areas down by sites 6 - 11 and  and 24.
  • Do not park so as to impact your neighboring sites.
  • Use overflow parking if you have a second vehicle.
  • Have guests or day visitors use overflow parking.

  • PARV is a small mom/pop business and we strive to give good service at a fair price.
  • In reassessing our busines plan and rising electrical costs we no longer offer discounts.
  • Our rates include taxes BUT do not include convenience fee should you wish to pay with credit debit card.  
  •  Cash and Check payments are gladly accepted at a lower rate than credit/debit payment.

DAY  VISITORS as per Insurance Regulations
  • Have your visitors register in office and pay $2.00 fee per car.
  • $1.00 for each Day Visitor over 12 months of age.
  • Place hang tag on rear view mirror.
  • No pets allowed.
  • Review rules.
  • Vacate premises at 9:00 PM

  • Please keep campsite clean.
  • All items of trash should be bagged and brought to dumpster as you exit.
  • Alcoholic beverages are allowed at your campsite.
  • Do not wash vehicles/RVs.

  • Parents are responsible for supervision and conduct of children at ALL TIMES.
  • Children should not walk on tables, play in fire pits, leave trash about campground.
  • No children should be playing around trailers or in shower house on sites of other campers.
  • Know rules of bicycle riding and follow one way signs.
  • No bike riding after dusk or before 8:00 AM.
  • Do no harm or destoy grounds, trees, forest. 
  • 1 2 years and under must have adult supervision in showers and rest room.

  • Observe 5 MPH speed limit. Deputy Joe (in the cabin) doesn't want to issue warnings.
  • Watch for children, pets and other campers.
  • Drive on gravel only.
  • No parking on grass.
  • Use overflow parking areas if needed.

  • Poop Fairy is on vacation.Clean up after pets. Dispose of waste properly (bagged and in dumpster.)
  • Supervise your petsays under your control and on leash when outside.
  • Do not chain to trees
  • Restrict excessive barking.
  • No agressive pets.
  • If you must leave your pet while you are gone, inform office and leave a phone number where you can be reached in case of power outage or emergency.
  • Please fill in any holes if you have from a 'digging' dog.

  • Use the walking paths in adjacent woods to the east of the campground. 
  • Pets, children and adults will love taking a stroll in the shady woods.
  • Respect Mother Nature's children - the flora and fauna by not cutting, breaking, removing things from the woods.
  • There is poison ivy, snakes and critters in the woods, so be observant and stay on paths.
  • Gravel road west of campground is a private drive. No trespassing.
  • Limit your shower time so all campers have advantage of a hot shower.
  • Leave shower clean for next guest.
  • Keep toilet area clean for next guest.
  • Please do not put soiled diapers in trash cans.
  • Rinse sinks toothpaste, shaving residue, etc. from sink.
  • Adult supervision of children when using showers and restrooms.
  • Children are not to play in building.

  • Trash in dumpster and fires in fire pit.  Don't mix them up.
  • Burn only wood and chracoal in firepit. Place grate on firepit before leaving.
  • No food waste, cigarettes butts, egg shells etc. such should be in pit.
  • Use only kitchen trash bags TIED SHUT for your trash and put it into back two bays of dumpster.
  • When you are leaving, check your fire pit and removed any thing that isn't wood or charcoal.
  • Helps keep critters and flies away.

  • If you are a smoker, please put your butts into a can or container...not on the ground.
  • When in the woods, do not toss your cigarette butts about.
  • No Smoking in the showers and rest rooms for safety sake and out of respect for those allergic to smoke.
  • No fireworks allowed.

  • Have proper screw-in sewer connection to eliminate leakage/odor.
  • Have positive sewer seal at both ends of your sewer hose.
  • Check for water hose leaks.
  • Fill RV water holding tank on arrival in case of electrical outage which means that we lose access to well water, showers, restroom until it is restored.
  • Ice at Pavilion. Wood in woodshed near exit.
  • Payment boxes by Ice and Wood or at Office - we work on the honor system here.

  • Our location is in a low-density population area with no guarantee that you can make a connection.
  • Park is heavily treed and surrounded by hills, valleys and forested conservtion land.
  • Wi-Fi is sketchy here - we call it Hillbilly Wi-Fi.
  • Log on to porch_1 or porch_2 with Password: camper01.
  • Atmospheric issues, number of campers, hilly terrain and dense forest all affect connections.
  •  DirecTV customers may bring their own DirecTV receiver and coax into our two DirecTV satellite available on Sites 1 - 5 and 12 - 21.
  • RV Rooftop satellites have difficulty picking up signal due to heavy tree coverage.
  • Portable Tailgater satellite systems work if you have one.
  • Dish satellite has a difficiult time being picked up in this area and their help line is not much help for RV'ers.  Good luck.
  • Such is life in the boonies.

  • No discharging of firearms, explosives or fireworks.
  • No soliciting.
  • We are family friendly so four letter words are prohibited. Only exception will be when trying to park your camper. $*#@
  • No rowdiness, public drunkeness, loud music, abusive language, violent behavior, posession or use of illegal drugs will be tolerated.
  • Violators will be asked to leave the premises and forfeit all fees.

  • Our large covered back porch is available for camper use.
  • It has ceilig fans, lights, tables, chairs, large screen TV.
  • Check with office for use.

  • No cigarette or cigars butts to be thrown on grounds or in woods - fire hazard and unsightly.
  • No smoking on Sit-A-Spell Porch or in shower house or rest rooms.
  • No butts in fire pits.
  • Be respectful of others regarding smoking.

  • Be Kind, Be Helpful, Be Clean, Be a Good Neighbor.
  • Do not walk through campsites of other campers.
  • Keep conversations and music at a respectable level.
  • Keep pets from disturbing nearby campers.

  • Be sure fire is out.
  • Remove any trash/debris from firepit, such as egg shells, left over food, bottles, cans. Only thing in firepits should be wood, ashes or charcoal.
  • Place grate back on fire pit.
  • Place unused wood on top of grate.
  • Place picnic table back on patio.
  • Police area for trash, dog waste, etc.
  • Leave your site cleaner than you found it.
  • Do one last walk around to be sure you are not leaving anything behind.
  • Come up to office to pay for any ice or fire wood you used.
  • Any spouses or kids left behind will be used for winter shoveling.

  • Lint from your navel makes a handy fire starter.
  • Warning: Remove lint from navel before applying the match.

​Have Fun - Be Safe - Enjoy your stay.