Springfield / Route 66 KOA Holiday
Look no further, you've found Springfield's best camping! The Springfield/Route 66 KOA offers long pull-thru RV sites, tent camping, and cabins. There's something for everyone. We can't wait to see you!
The Springfield/Route 66 KOA Campground in Springfield, MO, offers a shady retreat in the heart of the scenic Ozarks. Whether you're traveling in your RV, tent camping, or looking to stay in a cabin, the Springfield KOA is for you. The lush, landscaped campground is close to lakes, and an award-winning golf course is right next door. Area attractions include the original Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Wonders of Wildlife, Wilson's Creek Civil War Battlefield, a museum highlighting the Civil War Battle at Wilson's Creek, Fantastic Caverns, the Dickerson Park Zoo, the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, antique shops, and so much more. Take a drive along Route 66 and see the Historic Route 66 landmarks throughout the city. When you're done exploring, take a relaxing dip in the pool and get freshly made Hunt Brothers Pizza delivered right to your site. Then finish off the night with s'mores around a campfire. Our camp store and laundry facilities have everything you need for a relaxing getaway. And for your four-legged friends, come and enjoy KampK9, our off-leash dog park. There's something for everyone at the Springfield/Route 66 KOA!
Very clean and well laid out park. Friendly and helpful staff.
Easy off and on highway traveling across Country. Nice store and friendly staff. Had deluxe pull thru with fire pit, swing, grill and wrought iron patio set. This site also has private dog park. Hand dipped ice cream and pizza offered. Used to trains coming thru multiple times per day. Nice place.
The KOA was clean, had decent amenities and had friendly, helpful staff. They put us in a spot that was pretty short for our rig, which was less than ideal. But the two big issues with this KOA were 1) the train tracks right by it. Forget sleep if you’re a light sleeper. You will be up all night every few hours with a train that sounds like it’s rolling past your pillow. 2) The neighbor who decided to pull out at 5am.
I have stayed at this campground multiple times over the past 2 years. I just called to get a reservation mind you I needed to stay longer this time 30 days. I was told by whoever answered the phone that they only allow 5 day stays now due to the fact they are trying to win an award thru KOA called happy faces happy places. Now also mind you I was not asking for any discount or deal to stay this long. I just dont understand why you would turn away a loyal customer in good standing. Well I guess I will find somewhere else to stay in the area that appreciates my 40 to 50 nights of camping a year.
It's a beautiful campground with very helpful people! It has only 1 thing wrong, a train runs 24 - 7 every 30 to 45 min. blowing their horns... We were on the opposite side of the grounds and it still sounded like it was coming through our RV, we couldn't get any sleep the entire 3 nights of our stay. They have dog runs and play grounds for both types of babies which is really nice, also very close to any kind of activities and shopping.