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Have visited several times, we purchased park pass as they charge daily fee of $10 per vehicle. Joe Pool lake is part of park. It’s a big park, lots of good spaces. We stayed at site 190. It’s at end of road with privacy. Our only complaint on this site is when it rains, water pours into site and…
Hickory Creek Park is one of our favorite campgrounds that we visited in 2021 so far(it's tough to beat too). The location of this campground feels secluded from the city but close to the highway so you can be in the city within a few minutes drive. The campsites are spread out and have great water…
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Lots of clean campsites with improved fire rings and concrete tables. There are full RV hookups and covered awnings at sites. There are plenty of showers, both pit and modern toilets, shared bathrooms, and private bathrooms. There are everal Beach areas with sand and awnings, covered playgrounds,…
Purtis Creek State Park This was a very small park but it was quiet and peaceful. The primative sites are a .6 mile walk. The park office recommended site E because it was harder for people to see you if they are walking on the trail. It was a fantastic spot!
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Smaller park with great amenities. Clean facilities and impeccable staff to assist you
Treetop is a great campground. We had the pleasure to stay there during a time to celebrate our friends life. The people that worked there were very friendly and always asked if there was anything they could do. Truly a great place for the money and close to anything you would ever need.
Friendly staff at check-in. We stayed in campsite 29 which is kind of elevated a bit and we had a great view of the lake. Even tho it rained quite a bit we still enjoyed ourselves. Local sheriff’s dept and park ranger made several trips through the park which made it feel secure. Bathroom…
We loveed this campground!!! Pros: Well maintained, great layout, great location, on the water. Cons: My only criticism is that our site positioned the sewer connection uphill from our trailer. A bit tough to use.
Man, this would have been a great little camp ground if the grass wasn’t so overgrown. Nothing like taking a nice shower and then having to walk back to your campsite in 2 feet of grass and get bit up by all the bugs in the grass! The bathrooms were clean and campsites were spacious. Pretty view of…
We stopped here with our 38’ travel trailer for an overnight on our way north. The ranger at the gate was very friendly and informed us that due to flooding and the lake being 7 feet above normal, all the trails and boat dock were closed.
We had a nice shady site, #224, in Loop G, which was easy…
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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.
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…
Gated. Level pads. Quiet. Dog park. Play ground. Wifi. Cable. Lake.
I can't speak highly enough about The Vineyards. It's spacious, lots of nature but a great location in the city near every amenity possible. It's very professionally run and well maintained.
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.