Found in the foothills of southwestern Missouri, Thibaut Point is a beautiful lakeside park that hosts a total of 3 different camping areas.
There's a slew of options to choose from as far as camping is concerned in Thibaut Point. The base level admission costs will give you either an electric or non-electric site, provided you aren't visiting during peak season, during which rates are raised to $14 per evening for non-electric sites and between $20 and $22 for single-family electric sites. There are also non-electric group sites available for $50 per evening, while electrified group sites run $100 per night, regardless of the season.
All sites offered here have bathroom and shower facilities located just a short walk away, where you can also find taps for potable drinking water. If you're visiting Thibaut Point in an RV or pop-up camper, there's a dump station available on the premises as well. Guests with canines should note that no overnight staking is allowed, so pets will have to spend the evening in your tent or camper.
A concrete boat ramp is available for guests who'd like to enjoy the waves. Make sure to verify that your boat's registration is up-to-date before you make the trip out to Thibaut Point, as all vessels are checked upon entry to the campground. If you're keeping your dog along for a boat ride, make sure they're on some sort of restraint during your visit.
Fishing is popular in Thibaut Point as well, with species such as largemouth bass, flathead catfish, and crappie commonly being seen in the waters of Harry S. Truman Lake. Make sure to pack up all necessary gear before your overnight stay, as no marinas or rental shops are located nearby. If you decide to keep Fido along for your fishing trip, make sure they're on a leash and not bothering other anglers.
All costs outlined here pertain to Thibaut Point, and do not reflect additional fees for surrounding recreational opportunities. Additionally, overnight guests paying camping costs also receive admission to Thibaut Point Park by default.