Open 5 acre field.
No smoking on the property.
Clean up after your pets and keep pets on a leash.
No loud music.
Take all trash with you after your stay, no trash cans are available.
Paved state highway with a gravel driveway into property. The turn off the highway is somewhat sharp. Swing wide and watch to be sure tires clear concrete curb.
There is plenty of room to park the tow vehicle.
The North Fork of the White river is about 6 miles west. Norfork lake is about 50 miles southwest. Mark Twain National forest Devil's Backbone trail is about 3 miles away. Branson and Silver Dollar City are about a 2 1/2 hour drive west.
Oh we loved these hosts... and their ‘barn yard’. Very enjoyable... and relaxing... with phenomenal views of the rolling hills and pastures of the lower Ozarks. We parked on a hilltop and could have had water and 15 amp had we needed. Secluded feel with a great 360 view. You can stroll their 40 acres and admire the beehives and southern Missouri countryside. Oh yes, we would stay here again and only hope they make it to our place so we can return the gesture. Oh, and the road we took to get there was a gift of itself - a 9 mile rollercoaster through the Ozark countryside. A lil bit scary but once you’re done, totally exhilarating leaving you wanting to do it again. 30’ Class C with a toad and no problem at all! You’ll be glad you chose the ‘Barn Yard’.
My stay at the barnyard with Pack and Play was very nice They greeted us warmly when we arrived. They were very kind and allowed us to walk down to see their honey bee hives. The scenery of all the nearby farms is very nice. I highly recommend these hosts!
We stayed at the barnyard while traveling with one other rig. It is a beautiful location on their property with plenty of space for parking. They had a nice walking path that led to their beehives about a quarter-mile from the site. Be sure to purchase a jar of their delicious honey!
Had a great stay at the Barn Yard. Hosts were great and very accommodating. Enjoyed the property and the surroundings--as well as the hosts!