Campsites Year 4

Hinton RV Park

Hinton RV Park – Sikeston, MO

Pros: Very efficient park. Looks to cater to the one night travelled. Level pull through spots. Free Cable and WiFi. Good Verizon coverage and some Air TV stations. Clean bathhouse but not much to look at.

Cons: One bathroom/shower for women and one for men. Could be a backlog.

Worth Noting: Must visit Lamberts Cafe (1 mile away) where they throw rolls, drop various side dishes on the table, and offers standard comfort food good portions at a reasonable price.

Wanderlust RV Park

Wanderlust RV Park – Eureka Springs, AR

Pros: Nice owners, large fairly level spots (considering there is very little flat land in the area). Clean bathhouse. Good water pressure and hot water. Free WiFi, Good Verizon signal, some Air TV channels. Trolley stop right outside campground. Nice base camp for all things Eureka Springs

Cons: No Cable. Parked right next to an electric cabinet, buzzed all night. Running fan covered it though.

Worth Noting: Coming in from the west requires towing over windy mountainous roads. In my case it was raining, so it was a bit white knuckle for me. Leaving towards the east was an easy drive with minimal curvy descents.

Creekside RV Park

Creekside RV Park – Broken Bow, AR

Pros: Very Friendly manager. Nice shady large level spots Mine was backed up to the creek. Great WiFi from my spot (just in front on the office). 2 Huge private bathroom and shower rooms. Really enjoyed the wide space to shower, great shower head and good pressure with hot water. OK Verizon coverage.

Cons: Moderate traffic noise. No cable or air tv.

Palestine RV Park

Palestine RV Park, Palestine, TX

Pros: Very basic park with super friendly owner. Tons of trees and shade. Sites are fairly level. Very quiet. Good for a one night stay. Great dining at the Pint & Barrel. Woke up to owls hooting, then to song birds singing. Perfect for a one night stay.

Cons: No shower facility. No WiFi, cable, and minimal cell service. not many air TV channels.

Worth Noting: It was a huge pleasure camping under the trees again.