Harry S. Truman State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 198
Number of Sites with Electric: 127
This 1,440-acre park offers a wide range of activities that are sure to please. Located on a peninsula nearly surrounded by the 55,600-acre Truman Lake, the park features many opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming and water skiing. For swimmers and waders, the beautiful sand beach is conveniently located with a changehouse and modern restrooms. Anglers of all skill levels will be challenged to hook a variety of fish in the lake's cool, clear waters.
Numerous campsites are scattered near the lakeshore and throughout the forest. Facilities in the campground include sanitary dumping stations, hot showers, modern restrooms and laundry rooms. Shady picnic sites are found in the wooded day-use area, as well as an open shelter that's available for group rental. Modern restrooms and playgrounds are located nearby.
The park's natural environment offers a diverse landscape to explore. Open oak woodlands, natural grasslands, towering limestone bluffs and oak savannas beckon the visitor. Hiking trails wind through the woods and out to rocky overlooks, offering breathtaking views of the lake and an occasional glimpse of the abundant wildlife. Fox, coyote, deer, wild turkey and beaver make their homes in the forest and grasslands of Truman State Park.
Harry S Truman State Park offers basic and electric campsites. On-season (April through October) services include modern restrooms, a dump station, showers, water and laundry.
Currently there are no reviews of this campground.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to RVing, 2nd Edition