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Overnight stay. Heavily wooded area. Lots of wildlife (deer hanging out in neighboring campsite). Grass was overgrown on site. Firewood we bought wouldn’t burn. Very buggy (swarming at your face). Had to drive to the shower house. There seemed to be a lot to see at this park and I’m sure it is…
Lots to do, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing. Great campground.
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Site 51 Raven Hill /
We stayed for a total of 3 nights and it was pretty awesome. The site we chose was enough room for my 30 ft camper and mega cab next to it. It was a tight fit but I know next time a 35 ft campsite does not mean you can fit a camper up to 35 ft. It’s total feet including your…
Nice level concrete pads. Very tightly packed together. Had a pool and clubhouse. Very nice clean bath/shower rooms and laundry facilities. Only real problem was the people park on the main thruway making getting in and out with the trailer difficult. We had to wake a guy up to move his truck to…
fabulous place to relax, with many things to do as a family and enjoy the tranquility of nature, my family and I really enjoyed it, we were there from April 24 to 26, 2021🤗
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We all had a blast.
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This is our go to park because it is really close to where we live and it is a nice park with trails and the lake
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I like state parks and this is a good example why. The sites are well spaced, well maintained and relatively inexpensive. About $20. You can reserve online and the web site has photos of the site so you know it works for you.
Site have electric and water and the dump station is at the entrance of…
I hadn't been camping in years but decided to go for it. My first stop of many was Huntsville State Park. It's the beginning of spring so no fish were biting, bugs fly after dark was crazy so once I'm in my tent I had to kill bugs. I used a spray but once they are in they're in. Beautiful lake,…
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Spots we are a bit small but the lake area was great for swimming, kayaking, and boating. Very family friendly
Just finished another camping trip to Cagle Recreation Area in the Sam Houston National forest. It was pretty chilly in the beginning of March, but we camped during the week when all the weekenders had left, and there were only a handful of campers there. So peaceful and serene. Lots of clearly…
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Older campground, but well maintained with larger sites providing privacy. Also, wouldn’t expect full hookups in a National Forest campground, so that was a plus. Verizon signal was virtually non-existent, but nice to be off grid for a couple days.
I like Huntsville State Park campground for a long weekend getaway. It is about an hour north of Houston not far off Interstate 45, so very easily accessible. They have a large campground section which is only campsites, and also another section on the other side of a cove that is more of a…
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This was in my top 5 KOA’s to stay at. We stayed 5 days. Close to amazing Lake Conroe. We had a blast here. Fishing in the pond for some small mouth. Each and every staff member was friendly and courteous. The spots are spread out with tons of room. We will be back here definitely!!!
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The only part so would add to the other reviews..is the unlevel spots. We stayed in Raven and every spot has a minimum of four inch incline. Some forward and some to the side. The hosts are great at helping level and have extra wood. The park is beautiful and nice enough to deal with the large…