Sites for all rigs except the largest Class A's. Parking is available in the woods with shade or full sun. Water is available to refill tanks. No dump site is available.
This is our private 13 acre piece of the Ozarks. Take a walk in the woods on maintained trails.
We have wild life in view daily. Wild life includes Black Bear, Bobcat, Coyotes, Fox, Hawks, Pileated Wood Pecker, Ground squirrel, and Fox and Grey Squirrels. You will hear the night come to life.
Quiet time is observed after 10pm.
Our driveway is on blacktop State highway. Creek gravel drive to house in the woods. Trees may need trimmed for taller rigs. Unimproved mowed grass and rock parking surface at parking sites.
We will meet you and help entering driveway as needed.
Should have plenty of room.
No need to park separate unless you to unhook to do some touring.
Private country location.
Send a request and we will confirm availability to see if we can fit your timeline. We will be traveling also.
Winters are questionable with snow. However, we do have some great mild days in December and February.
The rest of the year is open for boondockers.
When we are here you are welcome.
45 minutes West of Springfield, Mo., 30 minutes north of Table Rock Lake, Mark Twain National Forest, Piney Creek Wilderness, Flat Creek, and Table Rock Lake are all within 20 minute drive. Roaring River Trout Hatchery and State park is a 45 minute drive. This is on the way to Buffalo River Country and the War Eagle Arts and Craft Fair in Arkansas.
Delightful people, we can't say enough good things about Basecamp RCB. They were so helpful, guiding us in the driveway, giving us brochures from places they've been that we're headed to. Great conversations and they invited us to dinner & we joined them for church. If/when we get back to that part of Missouri we will definitely stay with them again & highly recommend their RCB Basecamp!
Basecamp offered us a few options for our overnight stay, but we chose to back our 28 ft airstream on the side of their very long front yard. Our dogs met and got along, and so didn't we with our wonderful hosts. It was a hot day on our arrival and they delivered a pitcher of ice green tea which was very soothing. They were very generous in helping to plan a senic drive down to TN. Since their children reside in ME, we offered our place in CT for a stop on the way........wonderful couple who exceeded our expectations on meet and greet❗️<emoji> thanks from Ducky2 D&D