|A sight for sore eyes for a needy holiday camper!|
|The Turkey Creek office and clubhouse.|
Hookups: 20, 30 and 50 amp, water and sewer
Fire ring: Yes
Water Access: Yes
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Dump station: Yes
WiFi: Yes (in clubhouse)
Level sites: Yes
Store: No (ice is sold from office)
Verizon reception: 4G, 3 bars
Internet reception: 3 bars
Cost: $19 / night for Escapees (higher for non-members)
Staying at an Escapee RV park is kind of like staying at a park that is staffed and occupied by your parents and their friends, and I mean that in a nice way. I have yet to meet an Escapee who wasn't friendly and interested in me and willing to talk for 10 or 15 minutes about just about anything. They are just the friendliest bunch of folks you can happen across and all their RV parks that I've stayed in are kept in great shape, as they live there after all.
|The sites were kind of close together but any port in a storm (or flood).|
The RV park actually backs up to Turkey Creek (thus the name, duh) which flows about a quarter of a mile into Lake Taneycomo which is a big holiday fishing and recreation destination in the area.
|Boat house reflected from Turkey Creek seen from the boat ramp.|
Turkey Creek is only about 20 minutes from the big attractions in Branson and would make a good base of operations for that venue, as opposed to the much higher priced alternatives in the area. There are a lot of activities at the RV park itself too. I was invited to attend and even perform at a Friday evening jam session in the club house and I was also invited to the weekly Sunday evening ice cream social ($.75 a scoop). See, your parents are still fun! Just make reservations!
Thanks for reading!