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- Planned Activities Available
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Deer Lake Golf Course is a challenging eighteen-hole public course adjoining our campground. Springfield boasts many other great courses too -- all in Payne Stewart's home town!
You'll find a fantastic 160-store mall, Bass Pro Outdoor World Flagship Store and unique specialty shops all within ten miles.
Like to search for that special one-of-a-kind item? There are many antique shops within one-half hour of campground. Dealers claim some of the most reasonable prices in the country!
World-class fishing including great bass, trout and crappie fishing are all within one hour of campground.
Historic WWII Planes Visit Springfield
The last flying B-29 Superfortress warplane in the world, nicknamed “Fifi,” is stopping at the Springfield-Branson National Airport on the last leg of its Midwest summer tour on Aug. 13, accompanied by a much smaller and more agile P-51 Mustang fighter that saw action in World War II.
During its visit, the public will get a chance to see the aircraft, tour the B-29 cockpit and potentially take a half-hour ride above the town in either plane — all for an entry fee of $10.
Come stay with us and see these priceless pieces of history. Check out our Hot Deals page for a special offer!
Meet Your Hosts
"Experience Genuine Ozark Hospitality with all the amenities and conveniences that pamper today's camper!"
A lifetime of camping - from tents to trailers to RVs - made Springfield KOA owners, Scott and Diane King, fall in love with the campground industry. In 2004, the Kings purchased their campground and left their careers as managers in various fields. "When we camped we met a lot of owners and felt this was a nice way to make a living," Scott said.
They worked with a campground broker to find the best park for their family. Leaving California, being close to a good-sized city, and access to an airport were key factors. And they were confident they wanted to buy a KOA campground. "Everything came together just right, and when we saw this one, we decided this was it," Scott said.
Scott said the best part of their business is the repeat business Springfield KOA gets. "Not to sound sappy, but we have become friends with so many of our guests," he said. "We get to know them and how many kids they have and what they do for a living. We have the time to spend with our guests and we do it."
The Kings challenge their staff to remember customer's names. They also strive to do personal things for their campers like put a rose and poem on their RV handles for the holidays.
Besides running their campground, the Kings have an interest in pursuing real estate, and both have their real estate license. "When we had full time jobs we always wanted to do that but never had the time," Scott said.