Nestled within gentle, sloping hills, Campbell Point offers everything from picnicking to swimming among its diverse list of options for recreation. Canine campers are welcome to join in the fun, too! The area is very strict about keeping pets either caged or leashed throughout your visit, so make sure you adhere to these rules during your stay.
There are multiple price points for the 76 different sites available in Campbell Point. The base rate sites come without any electrical or plumbing connections for just $16 per evening. If you'd like a standard site that comes with electrical connections, you'll pay $20 a night. For more discerning guests who'd like an electrical site with better scenery, there will be a $1 or $3 fee added to that $20 cost depending on which hookups you require. Group shelters are offered as well, at $50 a night. Every site found in Campbell Point comes with both a picnic table and campfire ring. Shower and restroom facilities are located near most sites, and a dump station for guests traveling in an RV or with a popup camper is offered as well.
Fishing tends to be a significant draw at Campbell Point, with bluegill and bass being most commonly seen species in the waters of Table Rock Lake. The area hosts a yearly bass fishing competition that brings in thousands of spectators every year, more information on which can be found on the Missouri DNR website. In addition to the concrete fishing pier found inside of Campbell Point, the full shoreline is open to anglers, ensuring that folks will always have a spot to drop anchor. If your dog likes to come along for your fishing expeditions, make sure they're restrained during your visit.
Campbell Point also offers a public swimming beach for guests to enjoy throughout the warmer months. This area is unstaffed, so any guests that are looking to enjoy a swim do so at their own risks. The beach is acceptable for Fido to hang out on, but dogs are barred from the lake's waters.