Little Sinkin Creek RV Resort & Campground is located deep in the Missouri Ozarks Mountains, and subsequently the back door step to some of the state’s most magnificent landscapes. Between the outcroppings and bluffs of this 7,000-square-mile region, rivers and streams have carved countless canyons and caverns, creating a gorgeous wilderness with lots of outdoor activities and places to explore.
Go hiking among lush oak and pine trees or paddling along pristine rivers fed by crystal-clear springs—the opportunities are almost endless. We are also located near several springs you can go visit that will literally take your breath away! If that don't do it for you all', then jump in your Jeep, SxS, or ATV to see Missouri's Back Country roads.
We started as a family who discovered a love for the outdoors. Whether it may be camping, floating, or even riding the back roads from our campground....some of our best friendships have developed down in the Ozarks!
Your Adventure awaits at Little Sinkin Creek!
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Don't have an RV and need a place to crash? We have RV rentals available on site.
Go Hiking Among Lush Oak and Pines
We are located near several historic hiking trails in the Mark Twain National forest and just a few miles from the Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry.
Contact our office for more information about hiking and sightseeing information.
Paddle Along Pristine Spring-Fed Rivers
We are located between 3 of Missouri's prettiest spring-fed rivers - Black, Current, & Jack Fork's. Contact our office for more information about nearby drop-in sites, river outfitters, and natural spring attractions. We also have some outfitters that can pick you up directly from our campground.
Go Explore In Your Jeep, SxS, or ATV
We are located between several riding areas in Reynolds, Dent, and Shannon County. Contact our office for more information about ATV/UTV permits and legal trails and routes.
We are located in Dent County, 28 miles southeast of Salem Missouri in the Sinkin Township. Some call this place the Missouri Ozarks, also known as the Ozark Mountains, Ozark Highlands, or Ozark Plateau, is home to some of the most beautiful waterways, rolling hills, and outcroppings in the whole state.