Boiling Spring Campground, LLC

Contact

Larry Helms
18700 Cliff Road
Dixon, MO 65459
County: Pulaski
Business: 573-759-7294
Toll-Free:
Fax: 573-759-2623
Email: larryh@dixoncamping.com
Website: http://www.bscfloattrips.com

About Us


Boiling Spring Campground was established in 1991 as a full service 50 site family campground and canoe rental located on the Gasconade River in Pulaski County. We dedicate 15 acres of our 115 acre farm to camping allowing families to observe and enjoy Boiling Spring Missouri's 14th largest natural spring that flows 42-50 million gallons of crystal clear water into the Gasconade River each day. In addition, we utilize a portion of our farm to plant soy beans, 14 acre corn maze and 8 acre pumpkin patch. In 2011 we opened a 36 acre nature and walking trail where our visitors can enjoy the Ozarks’ wooded splendor...

Our Products


  • Aquaculture
  • Corn
  • Corn Maze
  • Country Store
  • Educational Farm
  • Farmstand
  • Firewood/Smoker Chips/Charcoal
  • Forage
  • Hay
  • Hayride
  • Horticulture
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Pumpkins
  • Pumpkins/Gourds
  • Row Crops
  • Soybeans
  • Tilapia
  • U-Pick Farm
  • Wood Products

Product Description


Working Farm and full service campground/outfitter on the Gasconade and Big Piney Rivers.
Our Amenities/Services include:
• Camp Store
• Canoe/Raft/Kayak/Tube Floats
• Onsite RV Park Model Rentals
• Riverside Tent and RV Camping (20/30/50 AMP RV Connections)
• BSC Ozark Mountain Ridge Top Tent Camping Area
• BSC Ozark Mountain Hiking Trails
• Free Wi-Fi
• Modern Rest Rooms/Showers
• Lighted Boat Ramp
• Camp Grills/Picnic Tables
• Camp Pavilion (30'x50')
• Bagged Ice/Fire Wood/Propane Available
• Volley Ball and Horseshoes
• Boat and Vehicle Shuttles
• Jon Boat Rentals/Guide Service
• Support for families traveling to attend military graduations at Fort Leonard Wood

Locations


Driving Directions to our farm:

From St Louis: Travel I-44 West to exit # 163 (Dixon Exit) to highway 28 East. Continue on Highway 28 approximately 6 miles to PP Highway. Turn right on to PP highway, travel 3 miles on blacktop then continue on gravel road for 1/2 mile to the Campground (look for our signs).

From Kansas City: Travel I-70 East to exit # 128A (Columbia Exit) to highway 63 South. Travel on Highway 63 South approximately 65 miles to Highway 28 West. Continue on Highway 28 West approximately 25 miles to PP Highway. Turn left on to PP highway, travel 3 miles on blacktop then continue on gravel road for 1/2 mile to the Campground (look for our signs).

From Columbia/Jefferson City: Travel on Highway 63 South to Highway 28 West. Continue on Highway 28 West approximately 25 miles to PP Highway. Turn left on to PP highway, travel 3 miles on blacktop then continue on gravel road for 1/2 mile to the Campground (look for our signs).

From Springfield: Travel Iâ€"44 East to Exit # 163 (Dixon Exit) to Highway 28 East. Continue on Highway 28 East approximately 6 miles to PP Highway. Turn right on to PP highway, travel 3 miles on blacktop then continue on gravel road for 1/2 mile to the Campground (look for our signs).



GPS: N 37°53'316'' W 92°02'567''


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