TO DO Zoe offersconcerts,
camping, river floating, swimming, hiking, and more
Each summer CampZoe hosts several concerts and music
festivals. Thousands of people dancing and listening to live music for up to
three days at a time is the most common activity at Zoe. Group camping comes
with the large festivals, bringing in another level of fun.
Canoe floating on the CurrentRiver is available
everyday through the summer, including during festival weekends. The most
common float is 11 miles from Pulltite to Round Spring. The shuttle bus picks
you up at the bus stop in Zoe and then returns you there five hours later.
Prices average $45 per canoe (for two people).
Swimming is big-fun at Zoe in the summertime. There are many swimming holes and
beaches along the one mile of spring-fed stream that runs through the property.
Bring a swimming suit, towel, sun-screen, floaties, and whatever floats your
Exploring all the roads and camping areas of Zoe is an adventure in itself.
Hiking the entire 370 acres along the gravel roads and stream can take all day.
Zoe is set in a valley in the Ozark Region of Southern Central Missouri. There
are bluffs, caves, beaches, creeks, trees, ferns, hills, and natural wildlife
to see. Zoe is surrounded by thousands of acres of national forest and private
WHAT TO BRING
Here are some items you may want to bring to Zoe:
RVs, pop-up campers and tents are all welcome at Zoe. Bring sleeping
bags and extra blankets, an air mattress or thermo-rest if you have
one, flashlights and lanterns, lawn blankets or lawn chairs for during
the concerts, swimwear, river shoes, food and drink to consume,
barbeques and grills, warm clothes, rain gear (just in case),
sunscreen, party favors, acoustic instruments, Frisbees, bicycles� and
PLEASE LEAVE YOUR PETS AT HOME DURING FESTIVALS
We all love dogs, but thousands of dogs create a health and safety
hazard at a large festival. Dogs tear into tents, eat people's food,
bite people, and do not use the porta-johns. Even the sweetest pups get
overheated, and some are frightened by loud music. This year, dogs will
not be admitted on festival weekends. We thank you for your cooperation.
HEADS UP!! NO CELL PHONE SERVICE AVAILABLE! 1.Bring a pre-paid pay-phone calling card. 2.Bring a cell-phone antenna to use on top of hill. 3.Buy a phone card from Zoe Store. 4.Have fun with no phone service at all!!
Camp Zoe is open everyday, even during NON EVENTS!! Right now, the current price for camping during non events is $5.00 per adult per day. Prices are subject to change at any time. The Zoe Store is open every weekend, and almost everyday with items such as ice and firewood.
HISTORY CampZoe was originally established in 1929 as a youth camp. Thousands of children attended camp there over its 57 year history until 1986 when the camp closed. Several years and owners later,
Jimmy Tebeau [of the Missouri
band "The Schwag"] purchased the 370 acre property in the spring of 2004 and still lives there today. The 370 acre facility now offers a campground with concert stages
in a natural amphitheater setting. Site capacity is currently 10,000.