Camping in a big city 

So we are on our Spring Break 2016 family vacation and decided to bring the kids to Branson Missouri.  We have a motorhome so my husband found a little RV park as close as he could to the middle of Branson. And I have to say I am SO pleasantly surprised at this little gem of a park. 


This little forest in the middle of Branson is fully equipped for RVs with full hook ups (electric, sewer and water) and has the cutest little cabins you can rent also. They have very clean bathrooms and showering facilities.  

The entire park is nestled in with big beautiful pine trees and you truly feel like you are camping besides being able to see some of the lights from the attractions. We woke up this morning to a beautiful bird (I am not sure what it was) singing out by our motorhome and as my husband and I sat outside and drank our coffee and cute little squirrel decided to venture in to check us out.. 

The park has several side gates that lead you out to the strip so tons of attractions are within walking distance. And as many of you know my husband is an above the knee amputee so walking long distances is not an option for us. We only drove the RV and did not tow a car so we have picked many attractions that were close.  

The Hollywood Wax Museum, Hannah’s House of Mirrors and things like that. I will be doing several posts about our trip so check them out to see more about what was good and what was not. 

Back to the Musicland… David has been fantastic from the time my husband made the reservation until now. We called when we got close and he was ready for us to get us checked in even though it was late (about 8:30pm) and took us to the site; helped my husband get backed in and made sure we got everything hooked up perfectly and even made sure we had enough coax cable to get the television working.  Everyone we have met that works here has been very nice. 

It is called Musicland Kampground 

We are just “Happy Campers in a Big City”

So far so good and I will keep you updated with all the attractions and places to eat… 😀



9 thoughts on “Camping in a big city 

  1. Yay! Time away from time.
    My hubby loves it there. He says to tell you to take your hubby to the bass pro shop restaurant. And there’s a fishing dock off Fall Creek Road, on Cooper Creek Road that has a public fishing dock that is handicap accessible. It’s safe for the kids too! We just love it there. I know where you’re camping and it’s a bit of a drive to the dock but sooo worth it! If you don’t have fishing poles there’s some inexpensive ones at bass pro! You guys looks so happy by the way! So excited for you💜


      1. I will tell him for sure! It really is amazing there isn’t it. If I knew how I’d post a pic of our son with the first trout he caught there…it was 8lbs, as my first looked like a lizard I was holding it so tight. They’re wiggly buggers. Oh I’m just so happy for you guys! We have been going back there for 10 years. We found a joke in the wall ‘Rainbow Haven Resort’ and they have a 3 bdrm cabin that allows our 2 dogs, $75 a night and the lake out our window. It’s in Rockaway Beach. And there’s great outlets to shop 😘 ok I’ll stop now. Have fun and post more pics! 💜


  2. Just in case, you’ll need trout poles, and some bait. Size 6 hooks work best the hubby says. There’s also a restaurant on Fall Creek Road that throws rolls upon request and kids love to see it!


      1. The first couple years we did the sights, shows, park. Now we do the lake, fishing, and rent the boats. I’m so happy your little one loves it…and it’s way less $$$ than Universal.


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