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Missouri Military Campgrounds

Missouri






Fort Leonard Wood - Lake of The Ozarks Recreation Area

 

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retired Military, National Guard Members and Reservists, DoD Employees with ID cards, Family Members and Fort Leonard Wood Contract Employees.
Telephone: (573) 346-5640
Season:

April - October
November - March

Directions:

From Fort Leonard Wood: Take I-44 West, 11 miles to Lake of the Ozarks Exit. Go right off exit and you will be on Route 7. Travel 9.3 miles on Route 7 to Route A. Go Right on Route A and travel 19.8 miles to McCubbins Drive (used to be called A33). Go Right on McCubbins Drive and travel North 4.7 miles to LORA.

Reservations: Reservations are required and can be made up to a year in advance. You can make reservations in person at LORA or by phone, 573-346-5640.

 

Type of Site Spaces Hook-Ups Daily Weekly Monthly
Duplexes (2 bedroom) 2 Fully Furnished      
Cabins (3 bedroom) 3 Fully Furnished      
Cabins (2 bedroom) 6 Fully Furnished      
Cabins (1 bedroom) 10 Fully Furnished      
Mobile Homes (3 bedrooms) 10 Fully Furnished      
RV Sites 17 W/E      
Tent Sites 21 None      


Note:
Golden Age Passport discount for hookup camping. No pets in cabins or duplexes. Pets are allowed in mobile homes. Pets are allowed in camping area but must be kept on a leash and have current shot records/tags.

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