20279 Highway 8 - Saint James, MO 65559 - Office: 573-265-5149  Cell: 314-303-5504

Welcome to UnFUSSY camping . . . where relaxation is the ULTIMATE GOAL.
Visit us in the Foothills of the Ozarks and enjoy what UnFUSSY camping is all about.


RULES and POLICES

CHECK-IN:     1:00 PM
CHECK-OUT: 11:00 PM

SPEED LIMIT
5 MPH throughout campground - No more, no less.

QUIET HOURS
 We all need our beauty rest:
Sunday through Thursday: 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM
Friday and Saturday:            10:00 PM to 6:00 AM

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT
  • Payment at arrival. We accept cash and checks.
  • Credit/Debit payments incur additional convenience fee.
  • Check Rates Pages for complete list of fees.
  • Present Driver's License for photocopy
  • Current vehicle registration and current license plates 
  • Sign Camping Agreement
  • Proof of current pet shots

CONDITION OF RV
  • RVs must be in good working order - water lines, sewage tanks, awnings, electric, etc.
  • There is no RV age discrimination, however sewer, electric and water components must all be working properly.

CLEANLINESS OF SITE
  • Keep site clean and uncluttered.
  • No trash should be left out overnight as there are hungry critters in the woods.
  • Be Bear Aware.
  • Keep all property confined to your site.
  • No clothes lines.

PARKING
  • Park only on gravel areas
  • Do not drive/park on grassy areas due to underground pipes. Exception: Overflow  parking areas down by sites 6 - 11 and  and 24 you may park on grass.
  • Do not park in such a way it would impact your neighboring sites.
  • Use overflow parking if you have a second vehicle.
  • Have guests or day visitors use overflow parking.

DISCOUNTS
  • PARV is a small Granny business and we strive to give good service at a fair price.
  • In reassessing our busines plan and rising electrical costs we no longer offer discounts exce[t to Veterans.
  • Our published rates do not include taxes.
  • Credit/Debit payments will incur a convenience fee as allowed by law .
  •  Cash and Check payments are gladly accepted at a lower rate than credit/debit payment.

DAY VISITORS as per Insurance Regulations
  • Have your visitors register in office and pay $2.00 fee per car and receive rear view mirror hang tag.
  • $1.00 for each Day Visitor over 12 months of age.
  • No pets allowed.
  • Review rules.
  • Vacate premises at 9:00 PM

AT YOUR CAMPSITE
  • Please keep campsite clean.
  • All items of trash should be bagged and brought to dumpster as you exit.
  • Alcoholic beverages are allowed at your campsite.
  • Do not wash vehicles/RVs.
  • No  trash should  be left in fire pits...bottles, cans, food left-overs, etc.

CHILDREN
  • Parents are responsible for supervision and conduct of children at ALL TIMES.
  • Children should not walk on tables, play in fire pits, leave trash about campground.
  • No children should be playing around trailers or in shower house or on sites of other campers.
  • Know rules of bicycle riding and follow one way signs.
  • No bike riding after dusk or before 8:00 AM for safety of children.
  • Do no harm or destroy grounds, trees, forest. 
  • 1 2 years and under must have adult supervision in showers and rest room.

DRIVING & PARKING
  • Observe 5 MPH speed limit. Deputy Joe (in the cabin) doesn't want to issue warnings.
  • Watch for children, pets and other campers.
  • Drive on gravel only.
  • No parking on grass.
  • Use overflow parking areas if needed.
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PETS
  • Deputy Martin is a Cainine Deputy, and his highly trained Cainine Dog, Leo, resides in a cage by his cabin on the property.  Please do not approach the kennel, or allow children to be in that area.
  • Poop Fairy is on vacation so it's up to you to clean up after pets. Dispose of waste properly (bagged and in dumpster.)
  • Supervise your pet and keep them under your control and on leash when outside.
  • Do not chain to trees
  • Restrict excessive barking.
  • No agressive pets. (See Pet Rules Page, if you need more information.)
  • If you must leave your pet while you are gone, inform office and leave a phone number where you can be reached in case of power outage or emergency.
  • Please fill in any holes if you have from a 'digging' dog.

WALKING PATHS
  • Walking paths are maintained in the adjacent woods to the east of the campground. 
  • Pets, children and adults will love taking a stroll in the shady woods.
  • Respect Mother Nature's children - the flora and fauna ,by not cutting, breaking, removing things from the woods.
  • There is poison ivy, snakes and critters in the woods, so be observant and stay on paths.
  • Gravel road and woods west of campground are privately owned. No trespassing.
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SHOWER HOUSE & RESTROOM
  • Limit your shower time so all campers have advantage of a hot shower.
  • Leave shower clean for next guest. Please no muddy boots/shoes in the shower stalls.
  • Keep toilet area clean for next guest.
  • Please do not put soiled diapers in trash cans.
  • Rinse sinks of toothpaste, shaving residue, etc.
  • Adult supervision of children when using showers and restrooms is a good idea.
  • Children are not to play in building.

TRASH & FIREPIT
  • Trash goes in dumpster and fires go in fire pits.  Don't mix them up.
  • Burn only wood and chracoal in firepit. Place grate on firepit before leaving.
  • No food waste, cigarettes butts, egg shells etc. such should be in pit.
  • Use only kitchen trash bags TIED SHUT for your trash and put it into back two bays of dumpster.
  • When you are leaving, check your fire pit and remove any thing that isn't wood or charcoal.
  • We're trying to keep critters and flies away.

PREVENT FIRES
  • If you are a smoker, please put your butts into a can or container...not on the ground.
  • When in the woods, do not toss your cigarette butts about.
  • No Smoking in the showers and rest rooms for safety sake and out of respect for those allergic to smoke.
  • No fireworks allowed.

SEWER & WATER CONNECTION
  • Have proper screw-in sewer connection to eliminate leakage/odor.
  • Have proper sewer seal at both ends of your sewer hose.
  • Check for water hose leaks.
  • UPON ARRIVAL PLEASE FILL YOUR RV WATER TANK in case of electrical outage which means that we lose access to well water, showers, restroom until it is restored.
ICE & WOOD
  • Ice at Pavilion. Wood in woodshed near exit.
  • Payment boxes installed by Ice and Wood or at Office - we work on the honor system here.

Wi-Fi & SATELLITE
  • Our location is in a low-density population area with no guarantee that you can make a connection.
  • Park is surrounded by hills, valleys and forested conservtion land with trees in center area.
  • Wi-Fi is sketchy here - we call it Hillbilly Wi-Fi.
  • Log on to porch_1 or porch_2 with Password: camper01.
  • Atmospheric issues, number of campers, hilly terrain and dense forest all affect connections.
  •  DirecTV customers may bring their own DirecTV receiver and coax into our two DirecTV satellite available on Sites 1 - 5 and 12 - 21.
  • RV Rooftop satellites will have difficulty picking up signal on sites # 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20,21.
  • Portable Tailgater satellite systems work if you have one.
  • Dish satellite has a difficiult time being picked up in this area and their help line is not much help for RV'ers.  Good luck.
  • Such is life in the boonies.

PROHIBITED ITEMS
  • No discharging of firearms, explosives or fireworks.
  • No soliciting.
  • We are family friendly so four letter words are prohibited. Only exception will be when trying to park your camper. $*#@
  • No rowdiness, public drunkeness, loud music, abusive language, violent behavior, POSSESSION OR USE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
  • Violators will be asked to leave the premises and forfeit all fees.

SIT-A-SPELL BACK PORCH
  • Our large covered back porch is available for camper use.
  • It has ceiling fans, lights, tables, chairs, large screen TV.
  • Check with office for use.

SMOKERS
  • No cigarette or cigars butts to be thrown on grounds or in woods - fire hazard and unsightly.
  • No smoking on Sit-A-Spell Porch or in shower house or rest rooms.
  • No butts in fire pits.
  • Be respectful of others regarding smoking.

BE A CONSIDERATE CAMPER
  • Be Kind, Be Helpful, Be Clean, Be a Good Neighbor.
  • Do not walk through campsites of other campers.
  • Keep conversations and music at a respectable level.
  • Keep pets and children from disturbing nearby campers.

DEPUTY SHERIFF and HIS TRAINED MALINOIS, LEO
  • We are happy to have on property, Deputy Martin and his trained canine, Leo.
  • We ask that parents inform children not to approach the kennel .

PREPARING TO LEAVE
  • Be sure fire is out.
  • Remove trash/debris from firepit, such as egg shells, left over food, bottles, cans.   
  • Only thing in firepits should be wood, ashes or charcoal.
  • Place grate back on fire pit. It sure hurts the lawn mower if left in grass.
  • Place unused wood on top of grate.
  • Place picnic table back on patio.
  • Police area for trash, dog waste, etc.
  • Leave your site cleaner than you found it.
  • Do one last walk around to be sure you are not leaving anything behind.
  • Come up to office to pay for any ice or fire wood you used.
  • Any spouses or kids left behind will be used for winter shoveling.

HANDY CAMPING TIP
  • Lint from your navel makes a handy fire starter.
  • Warning: Remove lint from navel before applying the match.

​                                      Have Fun - Be Safe - Enjoy your stay.