This is a typical campground on the Niangua River. It is exactly what you need if you are looking for a place to pitch a tent, eat and get up in the morning and float the river.
Showers were 'rustic', not going to say I would want to take a nice long leisurely shower - but again... you have been on the river all day and it has hot water - leave it with that.
There is a small store with 'you forgot what!!!!!" stuff for camping.
Staff was good; they are used to 'floaters' so all is well.
Not sure I would want to take young kids, but then again - not sure I would take young kids down the Niangua on a weekend... take the kids during the week - you will have a much better time (so will the rest of us who go on the weekends!)
Ok, I had to check the "Culture / Sightseeing" box.... man you will in fact see culture on the river.... and sights are not too typically bad either...
Always remember - no glass on the water and the MO Conservation Agents are around every corner and in every bush along the river.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking