|City Water||Gallons Per Day|
Cost: $10.00 for 1st 2,000 gallons and $3.25/1,000 gallons thereafter
|Wastewater Treatment||Gallons Per Day|
Cost: $8.28 base + $2.18/1,000 gallons
$0.0575 per Kilowatt Hour (average)
Natural Gas and Propane Available
*per $1,000 of assessed value
Camdenton is in the heart of Missouri, with many companies in the area who profit from the convenience of a central location. Camdenton is well connected with access to multiple modes of transportation, providing direct links to major markets throughout the nation.
Highways: With recent upgrades to U.S. Hwy 54 and MO Hwy 5, direct access to I-70 and I-44 is shorter than ever. U.S Hwy 54 is four lanes to U.S. Hwy 63 and I-70, and MO Hwy 5 is a shared 4-lane to Lebanon, MO where it connects to I-44.
Airports: A planned runway extension at Camdenton Memorial-Lake Regional Airport will lengthen the runway from 4,000 feet to 5,000 feet. Coupled with the installation of an AWOS III-P/T and GPS approach, Camdenton Memorial is quickly becoming the airport of choice in the area for corporate and private aircraft alike. For commercial air services, Springfield - Branson National Airport (80 miles) and Columbia Regional Airport (78 miles) provide scheduled flights daily.
Rail: Mid-Missouri is ideally suited for exporting products across the United States via rail. The nation’s second and third largest rail terminals are located in Kansas City (153 miles) and St. Louis (173 miles), linking over 4,000 miles of track throughout the state. From Camdenton, access to rail is as close as 25 miles. Class 1 freight companies within 80 miles from Camdenton are Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Service is also provided by Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Company, Missouri Central Railroad Company, Ozark Valley and Columbia Terminal.
River: The nation’s second largest river, the Missouri River, is less than 60 miles from Camdenton, offering another mode of transporting goods across Missouri, connecting to the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico. River barges run daily between Kansas City and St. Louis.