This park consists of 570+ sites spread over 5 areas.
One area is completely paved, and surrounds a parking lot, the other 4 are gravel. Area 5 is bordered by the river on one side, and animal pens / a horse ring on the other side. It's super...
This place is giant gravel parking lot, with a back to back parking setup.
The parking setup is a bit weird with each rig turned opposite of the rig next to it. Overall it's not too bad, but sharing an electrical box with our neighbor meant...
There weren't a lot of choices in this area, but this turned out to be a great find.
If you are looking for RV park features like an office, or someone to check you in, you won't find that sort of thing here. This is more like a farm that...
889 days ago
This is an Escapees Coop Park, and members can stay for a discounted rate. The nightly rate reflects a $50 first time visitors rate for one week, and the normal $125 rate for our second week.
We originally had scheduled one week in this...
When checking in, the ranger looked at me like I was crazy when she realized we had 7 day reservation, after a few days I realized why.
We enjoyed the sand dunes for a couple of days, but there were several days where the wind was gusting up...
This is a really pretty park, with a lot of the sites having great views of what was left of the lake, or just of the rolling hills. Super quiet and relaxing place to spend a week.
Large pull through sites, parallel to the road in the area we...
Level concrete pad, but the sights here are pretty cramped together (unless you upgrade to the "super premium" sites that are basically two sights together).
A bit pricey for what it is, but convenient to the National Parks and downtown San...
889 days ago
Poor planning on our part meant that the state parks near Austin were full when we wanted to be in that area.
While not super close to Austin, it's not too far away either. Most of the park is filled with permanent rigs, but there's a section...
This is basically a large gravel parking lot, with tightly packed sites.
It was convenient for visiting family in Katy, and doing some exploring in Houston, but is a bit far from town.
Lots of permanent / seasonal RVs, but most were well...
Simple check in, and we were allowed to select our own site.
While the campground is small, and kind of tight, many of the sites have trees around three sides.
Hiking trails and a river right in the park.
"Riverside camping in an empty park!"
"Gravel, and more gravel, but super convenient to Albuquerque."
"Quiet farm like setting"
"Quiet park in the middle of nowhere. "
"Great views of the lake (even if the water level is very low)"
"Decent park near where we needed to be. "
"Nice private spots with lots of trees. "
"Decent campground for a quick overnight. "
"Fairly quite park with easy access to New Orleans."
"Convenient for visiting Ocean Springs or Biloxi."
"Nice park, convenient to both Mobile and Pensacola."
"Old Florida, in the middle of nowhere. "
"Beautiful wooded campground. "
"Quiet, convenient park."