Smith's Fork Campground

$34.50 per night, starting at.

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1601 Co Road DD, Smithville, MO, 64089

Smith's Fork Campground includes amenities such as electricity. This campground is located on 1601 Co Road DD in Smithville, MO.

Open Dates: April 1 to October 28

RV Site

We are not able to accommodate electrical converters or pigtails of any kind. Please select the site that corresponds with your rig type. Thank you. 

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30 Amp RV Site $30.00 Choose Your Site
50 Amp RV Site $30.00 Choose Your Site

50 Amps

30 Amps

ADA Accessible

Back-in RV Sites

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Fire Pit

Fire Ring / Grill

Gasoline Nearby

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed

Picnic Area

Picnic Table


Pull-Thru RV Sites

RV Hookup

Sewer Hookups


Slide Outs


Trash Service

Water Hookups

20 Amps




Beer/Wine Tasting







Jet Skiing


Kayaking & Canoeing

Stand-Up Paddleboards


Swimming Outdoors





Wildlife Viewing

Family Friendly

Pet Friendly

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1601 Co Road DD, Smithville, MO, 64089

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Twenty minutes north of downtown Kansas City is the hidden gem of Smithville, Missouri.  Alive with quaint retailers, mouth-watering eateries and a 7,000+ acre recreational lake, Smithville is a town filled with charm and bustling with activity.  With beautifully maintained parks, walking trails, swimming beaches and a picturesque downtown, Smithville is a prime location for families to live, work and play.

Being in a more rural setting with wildlife, trees and the lake is one of the things Smithville residents appreciate about living in this close-knit community.  Everything you need can be found within city-limits and in true small-town fashion, the downtown Heritage district with one-of-a kind shops and restaurants is at the town’s core.

Go and enjoy 36 holes of golf and mountain bike trails. People respect and help each other and nurture a sense of belonging that’s hard to find outside the city limits.  The combination of it’s diversity of activities, amenities, people and ideas, as well as the cohesiveness and caring small town spirit makes Smithville a town to many

General Rules

Parking allowed on gravel areas ONLY, no parking on the grass. Minimum stay for a recognized holidays is (3) nights. Stays during a recognized Holiday can only be cancelled as a whole, not in parts. Recognized Holidays are: Memorial Day, Labor Day and Independence Day when it falls on a weekend. One camper and one tent per site OR two tents per site. Tents must be placed within 25 feet of the camp pad. Campfires allowed in the fire rings ONLY. No campfires after midnight. The consumption of alcohol will be allowed in campsites only. Alcohol consumption will be limited to individuals 21 years of age or older. Obey campground traffic regulations and observe one-way traffic patterns. Keep the campground clean by placing all refuse in the trash containers. Do NOT put trash in campfires. Pets must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet. No pets allowed in the park buildings. Clean up after your pet. No fireworks, firearms or amplified sound. Satellite dishes must be placed within 10 feet of the camping unit. No washing of camping RV, towed trailer or towing vehicle. Golf carts and ATVs are NOT allowed to be used in the camp ground except those provided by the Smithville Parks Department NO REFUNDS

Electrical Rules