19799 N. Raum Road
Lawson, MO 64062
THE RAUM BRIDGE IS CLOSED UNTIL REPLACEMENT IN 2024.
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The Lakeview Campground and RV park is a brand new recreational campground located just north of Lawson, Missouri overlooking the Lawson City Lake. There are 21 reservable, including 1 handicap accessible, full-service sites with electric, water and sewer. Each site also features a fire-ring and covered picnic table. Located in the center of the campground, the shower house features family-friendly, individual bathrooms as well as coin-operated laundry. There is also a shelter house and playground for camper use. From March 2 through October 31, rates are $35 per weeknight (Sunday-Thursday) and $45 per weekend night (Friday/Saturday). The Camp Host is available, if needed, and can be reached at 816-848-4018.
The City Lake complex features a walking trail and an 18-hole championship disc golf course around the 25-acre lake. There is a fishing dock and boat ramp at the lake.
While swimming is not allowed at the City Lake, the Lawson City Pool is just minutes away and is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
The Lakeview Event Center is also located at the complex and is available for private rentals such as family reunions, weddings and other gatherings.
MAXIMUM stay is 15 consecutive days. We are a recreational campground, not a long-term stay facility.
THE RAUM BRIDGE IS CLOSED UNTIL REPLACEMENT IN 2024
Directions to the Lakeview Campground and RV Park
(Link to Map)
From 69 Hwy and PP Hwy:
Head East on 204th Street opposite of PP Hwy (gravel)
Follow for 1.8 miles to T-intersection
Take Right/South onto Tri County Line Road
Follow for 0.8 miles
Turn Right/South onto N. Raum Road
Campground entrance is ¼ mile down Raum
From D Hwy and KK:
Head North on KK Hwy and follow for 2.2 miles
Turn Left onto W 208th Street and follow for 1 mile
W 208th Street turns slightly left and becomes N. Raum Road
Follow for 1.5 miles to campground entrance
The bridge is permanently closed until it is replaced in 2024. No foot traffic, vehicle, bikes, UTVs, golf carts, etc are allowed on the bridge.