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We want everyone to have fun but be safe. So there are a few rules we must follow. This is for your safety and the safety of others. We ask you please be respectful of other campers. If an issue arises, please let us know immediately. 

Everyone will be required to sign a waiver before entering the park. 


There are best practices to follow while on Missouri’s waterways.

Some of these are enforced local, state, or federal laws. For specific questions on applicable state statutes, contact your local Missouri State Highway Patrol troop.


Your actions have an effect on the outdoor experience of others who may be floating, boating, fishing, swimming, etc. Remember, you are sharing the river with others, including children, so be mindful and respectful of others sharing the waterways regardless of their recreational activity.

• No excessive noise, stereos, or air horns.

• No cliff jumping or rope swings.

• If alcohol is consumed, do so safely and in moderation, and remember to consume plenty of water to keep you properly hydrated.

• Be sure to clean up after yourself and your group, including your pets.

• No nudity, wearing beaded necklaces, or excessive swearing.

• Always have a PFD readily accessible in the vessel. Children under seven must wear a life jacket.

• Have plenty of food and water on hand.

• Respect space and vessels of other floaters, boaters, anglers, etc.


There are specific rules and regulations for particular waterways. Familiarize yourself with regulations on the river you plan to float

. • No illegal drugs.

• No glass is allowed on waterways.

• No beer kegs, beer bongs, or Jell-O shot containers.

• No Styrofoam containers or coolers.

• Be conscious of state-owned land and respectful of private property.

Unless the waterway you are on flows through public property or you have permission from the adjacent landowner, it is considered trespassing to go onto property beyond the banks of the waterway.


The water belongs to everyone and it is everyone’s responsibility to keep it clean. Healthy rivers mean happy floating!

• Ensure cooler is sealed to prevent contents from spilling into the water.

• Use trash bags provided by your outfitter.

• Secure all items in the vessel, including the trash bags provided by the outfitter.

• Transport all trash to a place where the materials may be disposed of safely and lawful


Everyone who floats or enters the park must sign a waiver. A waiver must be signed for children under the age of 18. A copy of our waiver is below. 

Each guest is responsible for knowing and complying with all rules. 

QUIET Time is 11:00 PM. Please be considerate of others.  Quiet hour is enforced.

No illegal drugs of any kind are allowed on the premises: violators will be arrested and prosecuted.

Fires MUST be in provided fire rings or grills - only. 

No firearms or fireworks.

No fighting.

Do not cut, mar or damage trees.

No littering on campground.

Please place all trash in dumpsters. Please no cans or bottles in fire pits.

Pets must be kept on a leash at all times while in the campground and are the responsibility of the owner.

Please pick up after your pet. Especially in areas where people walk. 

No aggressive breeds will be allowed in the park. No exceptions. If your pet becomes loud or aggressive you will be asked to leave. No refunds. 

There are kids & dogs in the campground.  Please be careful! Do a quick walk around before moving your vehicle to ensure there are no children or animals are under or around your vehicle.  

Especially when parking at the day area on the gravel bar.

All Radios must be kept at a moderate volume level and must be turned OFF at 11:00 pm.

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.


We do our best to insure a safe and clean environment if you see any problem on the grounds please notify the office. We want to correct any issues as soon as they arise. 
We appreciate your help! 

 Please Note:  We offer a family style atmosphere. LLP will do it's best to ensure guest who like to stay up late separate from the guests who want to get to bed. We want everyone to have a great time . We ask that you be respectful of your neighbors. 


In consideration of participating in Liberty Life Park Campground,LLC. campground activities, and for other good and valuable consideration, I hereby agree to release and discharge from liability arising from negligence and its owners, directors, officers employees, agents, volunteers, participants, and all other persons or entities acting for them (Liberty Life Park, Campground, LLC hereinafter collectively referred to as "Releasees"), on behalf of myself and my children, parents, heirs, assigns, personal representative and estate, and also agree as follows:


 I acknowledge that participating in LLP campground activities involves known and unanticipated risks which could result in physical or emotional injury, paralysis or permanent disability, death, and property damage. Risks include, but are not limited to, broken bones, torn ligaments or other injuries as a result of falls; burns from campfires; drowning in pools or other bodies of water; falls from play equipment or caused by uneven surfaces; medical conditions resulting from physical activity; and damaged clothing or other property. I understand such risks simply cannot be eliminated, despite the use of safety equipment, without jeopardizing the essential qualities of the activity.

  1. I expressly accept and assume all of the risks inherent in this activity or that might have been caused by the negligence of the Releasees. My participation in this activity is purely voluntary and I elect to participate despite the risks. In addition, if at any time I believe that event conditions are unsafe or that I am unable to participate due to physical or medical conditions, then I will immediately discontinue participation.

  2. I hereby voluntarily release, forever discharge, and agree to indemnify and hold harmless Releasees from any and all claims, demands, or causes of action which are in any way connected with my participation in this activity, or my use of their equipment or facilities, arising from negligence. This release does not apply to claims arising from intentional conduct. Should Releasees or anyone acting on their behalf be required to incur attomey's fees and costs to enforce this agreement, I agree to indemnify and hold them harmless for all such fees and costs.

  3. I represent that I have adequate insurance to cover any injury or damage I may suffer or cause while participating in this activity, or else I agree to bear the costs of such injury or damage myself. I further represent that I have no medical or physical condition which could interfere with my safety in this activity, or else I am willing to assume — and bear the costs of— all risks that may be created, directly or indirectly, by any such condition.

  4. In the event that I file a lawsuit, I agree to do so solely in the state where Releasees' facility is located, and I further agree that the substantive law of that state shall apply.

  5. I agree that if any portion of this agreement is found to be void or unenforceable, the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect.

By signing this document, I agree that if I am hurt or my property is damaged during my participation in this activity, then I may be found by a court of law to have waived my right to maintain a lawsuit against the parties being released on the basis of any claim for negligence.

I have had sufficient time to read this entire document and, should I choose to do so, consult with legal counsel prior to signing. Also, I understand that this activity might not be made available to me or that the cost to engage in this activity would be significantly greater if I were to choose not to sign this release, and agree that the opportunity to participate at the stated cost in return for the execution of this release is a reasonable bargain. I have read and understood this document and I agree to be bound by its terms.


A special waiver for children will need to be signed also before entering the park. 

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