10 May

Campground Review: Echo Bluff State Park in the heart of the Ozarks, Missouri

On this episode of the Campground of the Week podcast, Kerri Cox of travelswithbirdy.com shares a review of Missouri’s newest developed state park campground at Echo Bluff State Park. The Missouri State Park system did an amazing job of creating a top notch campground in the heart of the Ozarks National Scenic Riverways Region. Listen to episode #80 to hear a complete review of Echo Bluff State Park campground in Missouri.

Echo Bluff State Park offers 72 campsites at the Timbuktu Campground. The sites have fresh concrete pads and plenty of space, but be forewarned that there is very little shade coverage, so you will probably need good AC during the warmer months. Kerri also describes top-notch tent sites and cabin options, as well as a beautiful lodge that offers a hotel, restaurant, and camp store.

Campground Amenities:

  • Sinking Creek with swimming and fishing
  • Playground
  • Clean, private comfort stations
  • Speedy WiFi
  • Hiking trails

Area Activities:

  • Eminence
  • Dairy Shack
  • Ozark National Scenic Riverways area
  • Round Spring
  • Blue Spring
  • Alley Spring with iconic Red Mill
  • Wild Horses of Shannon County

Kerri has a complete blog post on the Echo Bluff State Park Timbuktu Campground, so head on over to see more images of Missouri’s newest developed state park! Listen to the Campground of the Week episode to hear her insider tips and recommendations for an even better experience at this great new location.

 

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