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20 Reviews of 13 Grandview, Texas Campgrounds

Juan J.
Reviewed Jun. 22, 2021

Father's day

Great place to get away! Family friendly, great fishing and easy to maneuver around!!

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Month of VisitJuly
Iz G.
Reviewed May. 25, 2021

Would not stay again for cockroaches, noise and mediocre amenities

This is NOT a resort or retreat! Yes the staff was nice(not helpful though) and the concrete pads, gym, laundry, and store are nice and the pool was clean. However, the Wifi only works in the lodge, cable cut, cockroaches in the water bay, pool not heated, no picnic benches, no showers& SUPER…

Month of VisitJune
RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 7, 2021

Cost doesn’t match to what you get.

Stayed here for our first time. The site we were out was extremely uneven. Missing chunks of pavement. If you’re going to charge $40/night make sure to maintain the sites to those standards not $10/nught standardsz

Jeff N.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 8, 2021

Free hookups!

I give this a 4 because it’s free lol. The city was nice enough to provide around 10 or so (we were the only campers for 2 nights) free sites with power (20/30/50) and water. There is also a dump site on property. All free! Duck pond and golf course also. The town is nothing but oil pumpers…

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Vanessa M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 28, 2021

Convenient

Isolated and quiet with electric hookups. City park RV hookups are common in this area of the state. Tent campingnia welcome, however, if you frequent a toilet you're out of luck after park hours. The park has standard park amenities, no shower, and has a disc golf course. City accepts donations…

Chris K.
Reviewed Jan. 26, 2021

Beautiful lake, good travel stop

We like to stop and stay at this campground when traveling to/from colorado. It has a really pretty lake good for fishing and walking. We've been lucky it's never been crowded but word has it that this is a party spot on holiday weekends. It's also very expensive for what we're used to, at $30…

Johnathan C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 8, 2021

Great place to sleep while passing thru

Stopped for a few hours sleep on my way to Carlsbad Caverns. Clean place. A handful of other campers were also there but had room to spread out. Free electric for the night but suggest reading the sign in more detail If staying multiple nights. Directions were good, easy to find the place...saw a…

T
Reviewed Oct. 22, 2020

Exceptional RV Park

New RV park nestled among the trees which is a rare find in this area! Great amenities such as heated pool, laundry facilities, workout facilities and family area. Large concrete roads, concrete pads and concrete patios. Friendly and helpful staff!

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Michelle B.
Reviewed Oct. 17, 2020

Average at best

Checkin is too time consuming. A line of RV’s to check in and one attendant to complete the checkin. Beautiful lake and open spaces. Sites were disappointing. Our site had two spots on it but a single water spout. We borrowed a Y connection for another site to get by. There are no camp hosts…

Neil T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 13, 2020

Depends what you are looking for..

If you are looking to soak in nature...Nope. Though it does have a nice pretty lake and some nice cliff backdrops.

If you are looking for quiet...nope

If you are looking for cheap...nope. I booked online for $17 and then had to pay $16 entry fee on top of that. For a primitive campground.

If you…

Matt S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 15, 2020

Nice get away in Lubbock

Overall, a pretty nice place to camp. Sites are clean and maintained. Same for public facilities. Marina, and restaurant at the boat ramps with live music on the weekends, in the warmer months. Fishing is pretty decent too. Place does get pretty packed on holidays, and tends to get alil rowdy and…

Josie G.
Reviewed May. 4, 2020

Free, and Grassy Areas

Not only is this city park free, but it has electric, water, and sewer, and well as dumpsters. Grass for those 4 legged friends. 

There are no public restrooms, but the stores aren't that far away. I met some really nice people while there. I will always remember it fondly.

AThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 23, 2020

A little below average

Stayed one night here on Pass Port America. Sites were so close together that neighbors sewer and electric and water were in your front yard. Sites were gravel and very un level. Laundry room was out of service, showers were not taken care of. Electric was very marginal, had lots of problems sound…

Jennifer A.
Reviewed Oct. 1, 2019

Okay if you just need sleep

We stayed hoping for the showers and flush toilets we knew were there, but they were not clean at all and both mens and ladies had all commodes stopped up and no running water at the sinks.

Sign said to call to pay, we left a message on the after hours VM and no one ever called back.

There were a…

C
Reviewed Jul. 12, 2019

Not pretty, functional

This is a real campsite and not an RV site full of oilfield workers. Florey used to be an oilfield community with small houses for the workers back during WW2. Most of the sites have cement under the picnic tables where the old foundations used to be. There are some shade trees and grass. At night…

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