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Missouri Military Campgrounds


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

April - October
November - March


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      

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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