Treasure Lake RV ResortTreasure Lake RV Resort in Branson, Missouri
We visited this park on October 29, 2019, and stayed for 14 day(s).
November 2019 Update: This is our first autumn visit to Branson, and even though we arrived shortly after peak color, it’s beautiful. Early November weather ranges from upper 30’s to low 60’s for daytime highs, and low teens to upper 40’s for nighttime lows.
The park is about half-full. It’s a popular midwest stopover for many on their way south to Florida or Texas. For Branson, this is a shoulder season between summer and Christmas. Many of the summer attractions are closed, but restaurants are open and shows are running.
April 2018 was our third springtime visit to Treasure Lake RV Resort in Branson, Missouri. We stay here for three reasons:
- It’s an RPI preferred park, so is available through our membership for about $20 per night (once you add in the resort fee and taxes).
- Treasure Lake RV Resort is a large and beautiful park with all of the amenities that you’d hope an actual ‘resort’ would have.
- It’s practically across the street from Faith Life Church, where the Kenneth Copeland Ministries Victory Campaign is held every year. That’s the only real reason we’re in Branson this early in the year!
The weather here in April runs the gamut, although in previous years it was generally warmer. This year was mostly cold and windy, some nights getting down into the mid-20’s accompanied by freezing rain and snow. Some days only made it to the low 40’s with a howling wind. We also had a couple days in the 80°s with sun and wind, followed by severe thunderstorms with threats of tornadoes. Yes, Missouri is not particularly RV friendly in April.
Now about the park itself: They call each section a ‘phase’ and there are four phases to choose from. You pick your own site. Our first year we stayed in a pull-through in Phase 3. These past two years we’ve stayed at the top of the hill in Phase 1 in back-in sites. All sites are full hook-up. Many are level and long. Some, not so much. We had a good signal for both Verizon and AT&T and good TV reception over the air.
A paved walking trail and paved roads connect each phase of the park. It’s basically carved out of a wooded hillside so you can get a nice workout just walking the trails. Expect to see deer, wild turkeys, woodpeckers, and possibly a woodchuck along the way. We like walking over to Phase 2 to see what’s happening at the stocked fishing pond.
There’s also an indoor swimming pool, a cafe, usually live entertainment on the weekends, and plenty more that we’ve just not experienced yet. Long story short – it’s a nice park. It was rated Missouri’s Best RV Mega-Park three years in a row. If you’re looking for a place to stay in Branson, check it out for yourself.
For more information, visit the Treasure Lake RV Resort website.
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