After driving through Oklahoma (and a number of toll roads – thank you family for a great supply of quarters), we settled into Missouri and on to Springfield.

 

For an RV park this ranks up there at the top for the KOA’s we have stayed at. It is a lovely setting with tall trees on the west side of Springfield on old route 66.

 

RV Park: Route 66 KOA
Location: Springfield, Missouri
Site: 73 (pull through)
Cost: $50.83 (deluxe patio site)
Services: FHU
Comments: A lovely treed campground with easy access to I-44 and Springfield. The RV park is next to a railroad track (of course) and in the flight path of the airport. But the noise is occasional and not constant.

 

The camping has some rental cabins scattered around the property along with some nice walking areas.

 

A great museum and aquarium in Springfield is Wonders of Wildlife. Although we thought it was a bit expensive, at almost $50 per person, it was terrific.  There is both an aquarium and a museum by Johnny Morris, the founder of Bass Pro Shops. It is located next to the national headquarters of Bass Pro. There are not only the typical marine life you would expect in an aquarium but also lots of fisherman