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130 Reviews of 20 Brushie Prairie, Texas Campgrounds

Keri P.
Reviewed Jun. 14, 2021

Overall Great Experience

The issues we did have with this campsite, arriving after hours and someone taking our original spot is not the fault of the park. And other than those 2 things, our stay was great. Easy to get in, easy to sleep, and easy to get out! Great stopping point.

Siteloop G, 160
Month of VisitJuly
Kayla L.
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Family Oriented Camping

My kids are already asking when we are coming back. The owners and staff are super friendly. The water park kept my kids happy the entire weekend. Only drawback was not open past 5 pm but I understand why (they do private parties). Plenty activities for kids. They set up a movie night on the…

Site6
Month of VisitJuly
Lauren Z.
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Safe

Gated. Level pads. Quiet. Dog park. Play ground. Wifi. Cable. Lake.

Site200
Month of VisitJuly
Stefan M.
Reviewed Jun. 5, 2021

Private, quiet, and gorgeous place to stay

We ended up changing our trip last minute and ended up in Ceder Hill. It was the closest place to Dallas and most attractive. Once we saw the spot, we fell in love with it. This is what RV life is supposed to be everywhere. And it only costs $25 a night, plus $5 per person.

Site251
Month of VisitJuly
VThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 2, 2021

Lake View, Toilets, Water, Free

Peaceful Army Corps of Engineer park with 12 sites, half are shaded. Clean vault toilets, dumpsters, and water between most sites, covered picnic tables and fire pits, a few have stand up grills. Some locals take the sites for day use fishing so those might open up towards evening. Entry gate…

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Site6
Month of VisitJuly
Trina W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 23, 2021

First Time

A great park near our home and just right for our first trip out in our new RV. Some road noise from the highway but beautiful nature all around. All the campers we met were friendly. Lots of hills for good walks. Unfortunately the trails were closed because of rain. There is a big variety in…

  • lake view down the road
  • secluded picnic area
Site142
Month of VisitJune
L
Reviewed May. 4, 2021

Family Fun

This typically isn’t our type of park but the kids enjoyed it. We went in October and they had some fun Halloween activities. Site was pull through but pretty tight and close to neighbor. Probably worth paying for premium. Nice large dog park and clean restrooms/bathhouse.

Month of VisitNovember
drew S.
Reviewed Apr. 28, 2021

Quiet

Stayed here last weekend, the 2 primitive spots are completely separated and private from the rest. Already reserved the same spot for a few weeks from now

Site65
Month of VisitMay
K
Reviewed Apr. 25, 2021

Peaceful place

We tent camped in a primitive spot #47. Overall the spot was nice but not very level making the best placement of our large tent a bit of a challenge. Vault toilets were clean and had hand sanitizer. The nature and hiking in this park was our favorite part. Even rented a canoe and paddled across…

Site47
Month of VisitMay
Richard The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2021

Close to DFW

This park is just outside the DFW area which makes it a great alternative to staying in an expensive hotel. It’s only about 30 minutes to downtown Dallas but it still feels like you’re way out in nature. I stayed at site #77 in the Shady Ridge area. It was an RV site but there was plenty of room…

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SiteShady Ridge #77
Month of VisitJanuary
Price T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 10, 2021

Growing back

Last there in Dec 2019 and the area was very barren. The hiking trails were very nice though and had a lot of variation. They were being used mainly as mountain bike trails but were still plenty fun for hiking and taking in the rest of the views. 

Would recommend some sort of heater or extra…

SiteCoyote Crossing Site 342
Month of VisitJanuary
Alexa E.
Reviewed Apr. 9, 2021

The six flags of all jellystones

We are from Houston and I opt to drive 4 hours to this one in burleson. Waller is good fun but that park does not compare to this site. The website doesn’t do burleson/n Texas jellystone justice for how good it actually is. Bring bikes!

Eric R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 8, 2021

Private Campsites, Sufficient Ammenities

Not the redwoods, but a pleasant forest anyway. Lake is nearby, and fishing permits in Tx are cheap and easy to grab online. Fairly quiet, but the sites themselves are private a shaded for the most part. The highway is close by, so you hear cars a little bit but you'll never see them.

Karen B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 31, 2021

Nice campground

Large park with a variety of campsites. Shaded areas available. Very clean.

Karen B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 31, 2021

Very nice campground

Nice shaded spots available. Usually quiet except on weekends.

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