Quick...and to the Point Explanation ...
Regarding Technology in Our Area​ Of Missouri

We have Ozark engineered WiFi and cell service. 
And are lucky to have services considering this area of Missouri.

  1. Rural cellular, Internet and satellite coverage is sparse due to a very low population density and fluxuating elevations.
  2. Connect is weather dependent.
  3. Our WiFi is free, but not GUARANTEED and NOT SECURE.
  4. Near I-44 and on top of some of the hills ,service works works better.
  5. This RV Park is located in the adjacent and surrounded by a heavy forest  AND surrounded by hills and valleys and dead zones as you travel the highways. 

  • If you need continual contact via your phone or laptop, traveling with your own hotspot and your own portable satellite will solve your problem. 
  • I found that when I was traveling in my RV it was so nice not to be dependant upon the services of others for connection.
  • Please plan accordingly as "technology in the Boonies " is beyond our control.

GOOD NEWS, however.
When your cell is not working
it makes a handy-dandy spare flashlight! 

  • We do have 2 hotspots available for your connection at PARV: 
  • Porch_2 with password: camper01 for Sites 5 to 27
        and a second to service sites towards to back of the RV Park:
  • attpavilion with password: camper02 for Sites 1- 4 and 12 - 21.

  • Checking emails, looking at weather, contacting a canoe outfitter, calling a restaurant and useing our WiFi for those type of things will assure that all campers can connect.
                        I am sure you understand why there is to be:
                                             NO STREAMING 
                                             NO MOVIE WATCHING
                                             NO GAME PLAYING
                                             NO YOUTUBE WATCHING
                        on our limited WiFi broadband service.

  1. Satellite service is not always not the best in our area of low density population.
  2. If you have a rooftop satellite set-up they struggle to pick up signals due to the heavy overhead tree foliage coverage.
  3. The Tailgater and Playmate portable satellites can work well here but might be dependant on your camp site location and oliage coverage.
  4. If you are a customer of DirecTV you could be in luck, as we have installed two SWM satellites that you are welcome to coax into from your camper.
  5. REMEMBER TO BRING your own DirecTV receiver for service.
  6. You'll need to change your system to our zip code, 65559
  7. If you have problems, you may need to contact DirecTV via phone to help with your setup.
  8. Site 1 - 5 and Sites 12 -21 have this last option.


Because we wouldn't want you  to miss that big Nascar race or
a Cardinals game,  WE HAVE a great covered porch with chairs, tables, ceiling fans AND A BIG SCREEN TV for you to watch.
Check with the office for equipment.