Thursday, July 6, 2017

Escapees Turkey Creek RV Park

             I am going to try and get back to the way I used to write my RV review. Please bare with me, I'LL try to keep up to date. I write these reviews for my reference and any

                                Turkey Creek

Name; Turkey Creek, an Escapees park, Hollister, MO

Date; June, 2017

Staff; Super friendly, went out of the way to help.

Price; I am a member of the Escapees and the the price as a member was around $16. Don't remember the exact amount. Non club members is higher.

Site; our site was gravel, full hook up, 30/50 amp, back in, we had a picnic table.

Big rig friendly; yes, most sites are, but can be tight when rows are full. Many roads are narrow and sites are on the smaller size.  There were many big rigs present when we were there.

Amenities; club house, clean restrooms, laundry

Laundry; yes, very clean

Dog Friendly; yes, lot of area to walk a do plus a large fenced in off lease area

Phone/TV/Wifi; good Verizon service, OTA TV poor to sometimes good, Wifi in clubhouse, not sue in park, I didn't use so can't report on service. We use our jetpack

Night; low lighting, some train noise, some road noise but neither bothersome to us

Security;  no gate

Book exchange; yes, small in clubhouse

Bonus's ; Very close to downtown Branson and the Landings and all the area has to offer. About a mile from  the College of the Ozarks, one of our favorites.

Opinion; We would stay here again, we enjoy the area. Disappointed they no longer have cable. An older park in need of upgrades. Roads and sites are gavel.  Can use more pull thrus.


The  club house



  1. We enjoyed our stay there a few years ago, especially because the campground was mostly flat and it was so convenient to Branson Landings and College of the Ozarks. I mention flat because Branson has so many hills. Bob's brother was staying in an RV Park that had very steep hills and very narrow park roads. I am so happy we didn't have to deal with that. We could barely get my Escape down some of that RV park's roads. I am amazed they got their 35' 5th wheel into a site at the bottom of a hill.