We stayed for two months in the Branson, Missouri, area visiting family. We stayed at America’s Best Campground as our home base to discover the area, enjoy the local life, and visit family.
Below is our experience and opinions of this RV resort.
PRICE POINT, CLEANLINESS, AND APPEARANCE: The monthly rate was $575, which was reasonable for a tourist area. There were Good Sam and veteran discounts available. The park was clean, well-manicured, and very large. The office was easily accessed upon check-in and check-out and had convenient hours for shopping and asking questions.
EASE OF ENTERING AND EXITING THE SITE AND ACCESS TO HOOKUPS: Since our stay was on a monthly basis, we received a back-in site on the edge of the park. It was quiet and nestled in some trees, and there was a reasonable distance from our neighbors. The access to hookups was easy and leveling was a breeze.
AMENITIES/WI-FI: The park had a small pool, a hot tub, playground for children with a basketball court, and a game room. There were also bathhouses, restrooms, and laundry facilities that were all meticulously clean. They also had RV/car wash area to knock off the road dirt.
Wi-Fi was typical campground fare–advertised as great, but good enough only for slow e-mail.
Warning that pet areas were full of both poison ivy and ticks, as they are located in the wooded areas around the edges of the park and not maintained. That was really our only negative experience. With a two-month stay, we extracted numerous ticks and battled poison ivy that if mowed down could have been avoided. We finally gave up and took the dog to do her business around the bathhouse and laundry facilities.
FRIENDLINESS OF STAFF: The staff was exceptionally friendly. We were greeted with smiles and they were extremely helpful. We receive monthly medications via Federal Express that need refrigerated. They didn’t just call when the package had been delivered, they immediately brought it to our door.
We were also there during a 2:00 a.m. tornado warning. When the sirens started going off, they campground staff made sure everyone was evacuated to safety in the garage under the camp office. All of our neighbors were soaking wet and in their pajamas, but, thanks to the campground staff, we were all safe and sound until the warning passed.
WOULD WE STAY AGAIN: If we visit the Branson area again, we would definitely stay at America’s Best. It is centrally located to all of the tourist attractions and the natural getaways that the Branson area has to offer.
America’s Best Campground is a fun place to call ‘home’ in Branson, Missouri.