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Cloud 9 Ranch is a camping resort located in the heart of the Ozarks. It has more than 600 broad campsites with full RV hook ups and cement pads, located in five separate campgrounds. Each has easy access to stage stop showers, restrooms, and water and dump station facilities. In addition, there are also wilderness camping locations, 100 rental trailers, four secured RV storage compounds and a lodge sized club house with free pool tables, a TV lounge and sitting area, fireplace, card tables, and unattended bar.

The ranch offers two over-sized pools, tennis and shuffleboard courts, playgrounds for the kids, a full service restaurant, snack bar, Laundromat, and gas station. Activities include horseback riding, jogging, fishing and hunting.

Location: Box 50, Caulfield Missouri 65626 Telephone 417-284-7321

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Gamaliel) 101 North Resort
(Mountain Home) Batty's Resort
(Mountain Home) Baxter Inn
(Gamaliel) Bayou Resort
(Bull Shoals) Bel' Arco Resort & Conference Center
(Hardy) Best Western Village Inn

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