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Old 04-08-2015, 12:17 PM   #11
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We used to like Silver Dollar City campground but it is tight if you have a large camper. The last time we stayed it was at Acorn Acres campground. It was in the fall and very pretty. The people that worked there were very accomodating and parking was easy, we had a pull through site. I have been there many times and my favorite reason for going is to visit Silver Dollar City.
It is tight but we got into the pull thru row facing each other. I think it'll be fun. If you think Wilderness is tight try Compton out across the street! I think that's a great campground for smaller campers. It is down off the highway.
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Check out Table Rock State Park(at MOSTATEPARKS.COM) campground #2. A lot of these are full hook up at $26 per night. They also have showers/laundry/& playground for kids. There are pictures of sites you can look at and T.R.S.P. is just outside the city limits by Table Rock Dam & Branson Belle. If you enjoy to walk or bike ride, there is a paved trail that goes from the dam passing by the Branson Belle to Table Rock State Park & Marina. For something to do besides shows, there are the Ride The Ducks that are very popular. And The Branson Landing has fire/water fountains and shopping right by the water with several restaurants. Many free things you can see & do without the shows that we locals do here all the time. Branson also has a site calendar you can view to see whats going on. Good luck with your visit and ask questions regarding what you'd like to do here.
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Old 04-09-2015, 10:49 PM   #13
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Yes. Our favorite cg is music mountain right behind Titanic. Very convenient to everything on hwy 76. The best shows in Brandon, in our opinion are at Sight and Sound Theater. Good food all over. Rib Crib has all you can eat ribs every Tuesday night. Really good. Great steak at Texas Land and Cattle Co on the boardwalk. Also good Mexican food on board walk at Cantina Laredo. Many of the shows have good restaurants attached. Lots of home cooking places. Don't leave without having a frozen custard at Andy's on 76 just past Titanic on the right.
If you hear of a guy called Marvelous Marvin Short playing somewhere, he's worth a ticket too. Does mostly hits from 50s-60s. Has big stage hairdo and plays a sax.
We've stayed at ABC cg recently and it was run down. Roads rough, water leaks, unlevel gravel spots etc.
Hope this helps. Its a nice place. Expect traffic, leave early for shows to allow for slow traffic. And enjoy!
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Old 04-09-2015, 10:55 PM   #14
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It is tight but we got into the pull thru row facing each other. I think it'll be fun. If you think Wilderness is tight try Compton out across the street! I think that's a great campground for smaller campers. It is down off the highway.
Seems I read that Compton's had closed down, was then bought out by a membership club. May be up and running now.
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We've stayed at Lakeside RV Park on the south end of town near Bass Pro. It's easy to maneuver around in and away from the masses of people somewhat. Branson Landing is just a few blocks away as is the historic downtown district. Their website is pretty descriptive. You can also get on the trolley at Bass Pro and ride to your destination.
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Old 04-10-2015, 07:25 AM   #16
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Seems I read that Compton's had closed down, was then bought out by a membership club. May be up and running now.
YUP!

They have a new Facebook page too. I have yet to make it down there since they re-opened but now that I own a longer camper, I won't likely camper there anyway. It was an awesome campground for a pop up though.
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