COME CHECK US OUT! We are the perfect place for a quiet, relaxing weekend. With over 50 wooded acres and a small (but well stocked) lake, you can fish all afternoon or walk around enjoying the scenic beauty. Wine country is within 30 min drive.
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Welcomed by the owners. A wonderful couple. She was friendly and took care of our needs and guided us into our site. Great little gift shop / RV store. Park very well maintained and clean. You will see this couple all over the park making sure everything is taken care of. Great little private lake. Caught a Large Mouth about 14 inches. The husband stopped by our site when we were sitting out to make sure we were happy. Customer service is a priority here. If you want to stay in the St, Louis / Hermann area, you want to stay at this park. We stayed in site 15.
If you’ve ever wanted to stay at the Ritz Carlton for amenities at Motel 6 pricing ...then you are going to LOVE the Lazy Day Campground in Danville, MO.
The grounds are beautiful (even in the heat of Summer) flowers blooming everywhere with whimsical totem carvings, artwork and a gorgeous large pool. Also, a well stocked lake and smaller pond to fish and view on this incredible property! Everyone is enjoying themselves so much in this serene setting. And, everything you need to accommodate your RV stay is provided by the delightful, attentive and ever SO hard-working owners.
We’ve met so many happy and friendly campers - most of whom have been guests of the campground for several years and all mentioned that Lazy Day is definitely the most beautiful they’ve stayed at in the surrounding states. Now, if only MO had a beachfront.
Lazy Day Campground - high quality, exceptionally clean and fastidiously maintained...and yet, so magically charming.
On June 9, 2019 We did a one night stop over. Great place. Our site was nice and tidy. Grounds well kept, and the bathrooms and laundry very clean. The hosts were friendly and made us feel welcomed. We have a 42 foot motorhome. Had a pull through which was large enough so we did not have to unhook.
What an oasis for the weary traveller and what a wonderful dog park, most spacious I have ever seen. The owners are delightful and you can see they have put some hard work and artful soul into this lovely place.
LOVE this place. The campgrounds are sort of terraced, so the spaces seem more spacious. The managers are super nice and welcoming. We had a tree and grass by our RV../.A nice bonus There is a pool that we didn't use, but I imagine would be great in the heat of summer. The fenced dog area is large for a romp for any canine! Lots of places to walk. The bathrooms are spotless and decorated so darn cute...you will smile! The laundry area is spacious and the machines all clean. There is a small store that also has some craft products for sale. We enjoyed the location (quiet) and its proximity to some good country restaurants! We will definitely stay here again if we're in the area.
We stayed at this campground just overnight to points West and North. Perfect layover. Being a Sunday afternoon, park was all but empty. Our site was fairly level requiring only slight adjustments from the trailer jacks. We stayed attached to our tow vehicle and there was plenty of room left on our site so as to not block traffic. Site was open and we received full satellite acquisition. Campground was clean and staff was very cordial and accommodating. Park has a pool, dog park, pond, lawn games and several tree stump carvings by a very talented artist. Camp office also has small store/camping items available. Did not use or visit laundry room or rest rooms. Utilities were well located at our site (27) for our trailer. Some sites have opposing parking so if making reservations and have a preference, it is worth looking at their online park map before making the reservation. Great park and would definitely stay again.
We have stayed in about 20-30 campgrounds across the mid-west in our limited experience. While there are a couple of other campgrounds which we have visited that have more amenities, Lazy Day Campground is our favorite.. The only negative comment is the ease of access as it is several miles from the interstate access points. The flip side of that is that it is quiet.
Stayed at Lazy Days campground on our way to Yellowstone and again on our way back to Tennessee.. Camp ground was very clean and neat, owners super friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were spotless and smelled nice.
This is a very well maintained campground with gravel on all the roads and sites! The campground staff is very friendly and will ensure you have everything you need to enjoy your stay. The sites are easy to get into and the facilities are very clean. We have recommended this campground to our family already and would recommend it to anyone for a several day stay or just an overnight.
After about 350 miles of driving on our way home from an out west trip me and my wife decide to stop at this campground, we drove up a 1 lane gravel rd with a car behind us , as we approached office , I pulled over as far right as I could to let car go around. I let my wife out to register , male owner on golf car starts yelling at my wife to tell me to get off grass,( my front tire may have touched 3 blades of grass) I could see my wife was saying something so I get outta truck and female owner is telling my wife we need to go to our site (which we have never been here before in our lives) my wife is trying to register us to camp and these two people are chewing us out and we have never been here before, I must say very rude and very unprofessional, so I see what's going on and I tell my wife let's just go somewhere else we don't need this , so male owner says go on get the he## outta here . so as I'm backing up trying to leave female comes over and says she is sorry for the way he acted , I said well mam I am taking my business elsewhere and we won't be talked to or treated bad , she said go down to a pull thru site and turn cause the rd is a one way so I go thru the first pull thru and come back down rd and she said omg you can't even follow directions ! Me and my wife are good hardworking godfearing people and we would never leave a negative review unless it was extraordinary, and I believe this is, but you can judge for yourself as to weather you would bring your family to this place , what I typed is the truth word for word, so if your coming down the highway after fighting the wind and traffic the last 400 miles and your thinking of stopping here to camp for the night , Keep on going my friend , if I could leave no stars I would
Spotless clean park with friendly helpful owners! Best of all one of the only parks we stayed in with no train whistles, no aircraft takeoffs or landings and no rumbling road noise at night!
This feature alone rates it tops! Sites are all stone wide and long for pull thrus which we used towing, They all seem to have some nice paver borders and grass. This a a great one night stop for us and any traveller who wants a good night! Expect it is great for more nights too though our plans did not allow.
Did not use the restrooms-
Nice little park. It is far enough off the highway to be very quiet. The park is very cute and clean. The laundry facilities are very clean and well maintained. Owners have fun things to do like movie nights and ice cream socials over the Memorial Day weekend. I would highly recommend this park to anyone crossing MO.
Stayed one night on our way to Colorado. Very nice park with good scenery. Owners were very gracious. There is an area fenced for dogs to exercise. Their little store was nice too. We arrived on a very rainy afternoon and the owners even escorted us to our site. Would highly recommend staying there.
This campground is well-maintained and the man who greeted us was friendly and helpful. He led us to our site and helped us get situated.
The grounds are gravel, not paved, and the spacing between sites is a little bit close for my tastes, but the sites are relatively level and since we went during the off-season there weren't many campers near us. The gravel sites themselves are nicely sized and it's very quiet, which was a pleasant surprise due to its proximity to the interstate.
They have very nice facilities (laundry/bathhouse) and even have a good-sized dog run.
We would definitely stay again, as long as it's off-season.
This is a very clean and well-maintained campground for RV's of all sizes. Convenient to I-70 but very little road noise. The large dog park is a big benefit. The owner/manager was very friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel that is in good condition. We will stay here again.
There are a lot of nice sites at this campground, but we did not get one. We stayed for one night, in a 40 foot motorhome towing, and had pull through sites, head to tail with traveling friends with similar motorhome. Very uneven terrain, and narrow sites, totally exposed. Our slider was about 2-3 feet from the adjacent camper, making hookup awkward. Other sites are more wooded, nicer and more private, so you might have a more positive impression in another location.
While sitting at picnic table between our sites, and our three dogs mingling around us, another dog came to visit. No problem, everyone friendly, but staff zipped over in their golf cart, yelled at us to have dogs on leash, and then proceeded to zip by every 20-30 minutes to check. It wasn't even one of our dogs that wandered! Made for an uncomfortable experience. Staff needs customer service lessons. Probably would not return
We stayed one night purely by chance: called during a very long day on the road. Arrived near dark to a very friendly greeting; escorted to our drive through spot (flat and perfect). Hook ups placed just right. Really didn't see the place until morning. Amazing: the whole park is kept better than my own yard. Landscaped; immaculate. It gets better: the combination bath house/laundry facility is the best we have ever seen at a state or private park. Not just spotless; tile; painted whimsical designs on all surfaces (even in the stalls). The mens room has walls painted to look like wood planks and has a real Dodge truck mounted on one wall to appear as if it crashed through. Saw the great swimming pool from a distance. Wish we had a week there. If we ever get back that way, no way we will pass it up. Possibly the best RV park you will ever find.
Very nice campground with spacious sites off the interstate. Had a great view of surrounding hills with plenty of room to park with toad connected. Restrooms were really cool and decorated well. Very clean. Nice size dog park to let the dog burn off steam after a day in the RV!
We stayed for one night on our trip heading west. The owner was very friendly and she answered any questions we had regarding the area. Our site was very clean and easily accessible with our 35' fifth wheel. All their sites are pull-thru. Bathrooms and laundry room were very clean. Pool was not open yet.
This is our second year staying here at Lazy Day CG on our way West. It is one of the best that we have ever stayed at, wishing it where closer to our home in Northern Ky so we could frequent it more often. The grounds are beautiful and the whole park is well manicured and clean.
Thank you Lazy Day CG!
I stayed two nights, and found this park very worthy of 5 stars. Lets start with the sites. All of the sites are very clean and well maintained (gravel is clean, not over run with weeds). Grass is also well maintained, and trimmed. I didn't need it but a 30-50 amp adapter was available at the site for use. The overall park is extremely clean and neatly decorated. The owner escorted me to my site and stopped back by to make sure I got settled in. There are seasonal campers at this park, however unlike many other parks I have been to, theses sites are kept very clean and uncluttered. The restrooms and showers are immaculately clean and more the accommodating, even having one that is handicap accessible in the men's room ( assuming to be the same for the ladies.) A very nice size fenced dog park is available to let the hounds run free for a bit. As far as the rules that one had commented on as being over bearing, I found to be a non issue and are in place only to provide a safe, and enjoyable experience for the customers they want to attract. With out hesitation, I would recommend this park to anyone looking for a peaceful, relaxing, and overall enjoyable get away, or as a stop over on a long trip.
We stayed here for one night on a cross country relocation in early April. It was nice to be away from the freeway noises, but the distance was not excessive. The grounds are lovely and well maintained, and you can tell the owners take pride in the area. The use of the spaces were well utilized, this early in the season we had empty slots on both sides of our pull through site. I would have enjoyed staying here for multiple days in this peaceful area. They have a nice large off leash dog area as well as grass between slots. Our old dog appreciated that convenience. We didn't use the restrooms or the pool so couldn't comment on those features.
We did an overnight stay and were very pleased with the facility.
It was far enough from the freeway that the moose was not a factor
Everything was clean and well maintained.
I didn't find the rules unreasonable at all
Wifi was very slow
The bathrooms were clean, no where to put your clothes except outside of the shower. Park is nicely maintained. But the owners watch you like a hawk. They have so many rules, I am surprised that they let you breath in there. You have to have rules, but these were over the top and completely controlling. Even though it was clean, I would not stay there again.
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