There is a campground in the Ozark Mountains that ticks plenty of boxes for stylish service, impeccable amenities, and fun things to do. It’s also a peaceful Shangri-La that some folks find hard to leave.
Chipmunk Crossing RV Park is a rural wonderland where RV’s roll in and get hooked up to water, sewer, and electricity with a choice of 20/30 or 50 amp. Sites are gravel with a picnic table, fire ring and a canopy of tall, established trees for shade. RV’s have easy drive-in access and plenty of space between other motorhomes.
The camp's friendly owners provide a charming atmosphere with super-clean restrooms, showers, and a convenient laundry. There are some areas designated for tents and complimentary wi-fi for campers who want to stay connected to the Internet.
The nearest town is around 10 miles away, so you’ll feel off the grid in this petite park with a total of 17 sites and hosts who go out of their way to ensure your stay is memorable. A pet-friendly policy allows you to bring your dog, and it's requested that you keep them on-leash when outside vehicles. This is a pristine RV park, so please pick up your fur-baby's waste. A nature walk through the forest is ideal for exercise with new sights and scents to explore.
A sparkling swimming pool takes the heat out of a warm summer’s day, while horseshoes and shuffleboard are vacation favorites. There is a catch-and-release pond at the park, plus a recreation area and hall for special events.
Chipmunk Cross RV Park is a magical setting with a superbly stocked library guaranteed to entice readers to sit for a spell and get lost in a great book. If you feel like a day away from the camp, a 12-minute drive will take you to West Plains, an expanding city where the Harlin Museum takes you back to pioneer days with interesting artifacts and artwork.
The kids will be spoiled for choice with the West Plains Aquatic Park and The Bounce House, created for child-friendly fun. Antique stores offer pre-loved treasures for the avid collector, while the Galloway Park walking trail provides a scenic stroll for you and the family pooch. Into the distance is the Mark Twain National Forest, a hiker's haven with intrepid trails.