Red Barn RV Park has an irresistible charm. It's immediately evident that this park was engineered by someone who understands the needs of RVers.
The proof is in the ultra-spacious pull-through sites ideal for the larger motorhomes trekking around the country. The sites are level and have full hookups, with a patch of grass between you and the campers next door. A picnic table sits on a concrete patio, and you can access the internet and cable TV with a clear signal from a well-positioned satellite. A communal barbecue with free wood is available for all campers, or you can use your own fire grill, with propane for sale at the camp store. The daily rate for RV sites is $40.
You probably won't need directions as the landmark red barn office catches the eye from every angle. You might also be pleasantly surprised to be presented with freshly baked cookies on arrival. That’s the welcoming atmosphere that greets all new visitors to the park and sees them return!
Drive off the famous Route 66 into a rural utopia that instantly promotes a sense of home. Road noise is hardly noticeable as campers enjoy the surreal, country setting that's pawticularly dazzling in the autumn months. The local rooster adds to the provincial charm, with birds chattering in the trees.
The kids have a playground to enjoy, while parents can set up a friendly round of pool in the games room. A library lets avid readers make a trade with their books, and if you’ve set up camp with friends or family, a working kitchen lets you prepare meals.
Big Red Barn allows pooches as long as they stay on a leash no longer than six feet. They politely ask guardians to clean up their waste and have an area put aside for daily walks. If you have any questions concerning the pet policy, contact the managers by phone or through their informative website. They will be happy to help!
Whether you are backpacking through Missouri or cruising Route 66 in the RV, Big Red Barn RV Park is the ideal base camp for exploring this captivating Southern state. Peak times are the summer months and holidays, so make sure you book a site in advance.