Inside the store you will find many items that you may borrow and bring back by the end of the night. These include but not limited to:
Mini Golf Supplies
Soccer, basketball, volleyball
bump n run
Checkout time: Noon
Propane and firewood Available
Swimming pool: 830am to dusk
Bikes, Mini Golf, Horseshoes, Cornhole, Shuffleboard, playground, wifi, cable
Laundry facilities open 24 hours
Pull thrus, tents, cabins available
Quiet hours 10pm-7am
Fire wood bundles are available in the office.each bundle is $5.85 after tax. 7-8 pieces per bundle. We can deliver to your site if you wood like.
Guest registered upon check in are on the list. if you have visitors they can visit for free but must register for a pass in the office. visitor hours 8am-10pm.
waivers for use in the office
included with your paid stay
guest may pay for a pass in the office
turned off in the heat of the day. or bring socks to help with heat. we are looking into a cover to help with this issue.
no shoes allowed
the rocks on the pad
We do offer a wifi service. This is free with your stay. There is no password. This is labeled KOA Front Park. This is for emails and banking NOT gaming or movies. This tends to be slower then normal internet. We are working with the provider to fix this but have not gotten it resolved yet.
If you have a TV with you, you may chose to hook into our cable. This comes with your site. The channel selection is on the back of the campground map you will receive upon check in. If you have a booster in your rv you will need to turn this off. All cabins come with a Tv inside hooked into the same cable.
As a destination park, the campground is surrounded with nearby history.In 2003, when Stan and Linda bought their campground, and realized their opportunity to meet new people. "We have met so many people over these past years. They are from all over the world and we are able to keep in contact with them after they leave," said Linda.
As a destination park, the campground is surrounded with nearby history. The recently-built Abraham Lincoln Museum is a great draw to those wanting to experience a part of the United States' past and, according to Linda, is "well worth the trip." Besides the local history of the area, the campground itself has a swimming pool, playground, bikes, and golf for the kids. Stan and Linda have invested in renovations that contribute to the updated buildings and cleanliness of the park. Wifi and patio sites have also been added in the last few years.
Visitors are welcome to bring their boats and enjoy the nearby Lake Springfield. Boating and fishing are a favorite pastime and locals, as well as travelers, are seen relaxing at the lake every summer day.
In 2017 Stan passed away. Linda continues to run the campground with help for her sons. They have been continuing to update and are looking forward seeing everyone in the 2018 season! They are very proud of their campground and the time they have invested into it to make it the best they can.