Our overall camping experience at The Wilderness Campground was very nice. I'll rate each section separately so you can choose if it's important for you:
Sites: 4/5 Very shady, lamp post, fire ring & picnic table included, gravel pad had to use 1 board
Price: 5/5 Not a bad price for full hookup at $34 per night, 15% off with a season pass makes it only $28.90 (30 amp sites) We paid $69 per night in Texas last month and didn't even get a fire ring or picnic table and we were sandwiched in like sardines with concrete everywhere. This setting is much more like camping should be.
Cable: 5/5 excellent cable channels with many choices if you have a new TV with digital and analog channels for reception, no problems here.
WiFi: 1/5 Yes, they did have free WiFi, no codes required, but it would never load a page when we tried.
Cleanliness: 5/5 We had our own facilities, but checked out the shower/bathrooms and they were nice and clean, granite counters, lots of stalls, although I'd want to wear flip flops in the showers
Noise level: 3/5 Our site was a pull thru (#149) near the highway, so quite a bit of noise from traffic, but not so bad to say we wouldn't stay there again. The back of the park would be pretty quiet, but those sites were not real long, just be sure to specify how long of a site you need.
Shuttle: 5/5 Very convenient to ride the free shuttle bus to SDC. They will give you a printout of the exact times to board each way. We really liked that perk which is why we stayed here.
Pool: 4/5 Looked clean, was very large, but with lots of children swimming there, so us older folks decided to pass on it.
Store: 5/5 The general store had everything you might want or forget to bring and they stayed open until 10:00 pm.
Game room: 4/5 Looked slightly dated with some video games and pool tables, but children of all ages would love it.
Cabins: Did not enter into any of them, but we walked both nights and saw inside views of some and they looked really nice inside. The outsides were awesome with porches, rockers, picnic tables, etc. Very charming if you wanted a different option than a hotel room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wilderness at Silver Dollar City located in Branson, Missouri offers couples and families cozy private log cabins and campsites with a remote lost-in-the-woods feeling. We're nestled just a few short minutes from shopping and theaters on HWY 76 along some of Branson's most popular attractions like Silver Dollar City, Showboat Branson Belle, White Water, Ride The Ducks, and The Dixie Stampede. A daily shuttle service is provided for your convenience.We strive to give our customers an authentic camping adventure, whether it's in the comforts of our full-service 50-amp RV sites, or in one of our hand-hewn rustic log cabins, made by the master craftsmen at nearby Silver Dollar City. Plus, Silver Dollar City season pass holders receive great discounts! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Wilderness At Silver Dollar City Hotel Branson