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Very pretty lake views and tons of grass. My dog loved going for runs through the grass (while on her leash).
They had some showers and toilets working again when I went. Hot water was very nice! Not the cleanest bathrooms but not the worst either.
Sites had electricity, water, and covered picnic tables. Trash cans were readily available.
Gate keeper was SUPER friendly and let me know what to do if I needed assistance.
I stayed here on my way to Houston, I didn't use the shower, laundry or gym, the hosts were really friendly and they will give you hot breakfast. If you want less road noise try parking in the back away from the highway. My spot had 30amp, water and sewer.
This is our go to weekend getaway. The spots are immaculate. Everything in the camping area is new. Large well developed campsites with plenty of room between. I do wish that the old area down by the river could be restored from the floods. This area is closed and in the old days it was the heart of the park. On the other hand the transition to higher land brought a very nice new visitors center and a transition from primitive campsites to very nice tent/RV sites.
It is a very small park. It was expanded in the 1930s to the minimum required to get a CCC camp.
Contrary to what this app says, they do have 20/30/50 amp outlets.
Located only 7 miles from Downtown Waco and Magnolia Silos District, Riverview Campground provides all the amenities necessary to camp in any type of RV or travel trailer. There are lots of trees or shade to stay cool in the warmer months and a pool available as well.
There’s a pet area, but it didn’t provide doggie bags, so make sure you bring your own. We felt safe and enjoyed the accessibility to the nearby river. The bathrooms are private but aren’t as clean as we would have liked. Overall we enjoyed our stay because of the close proximity to Magnolia and the surrounding areas.
Loved this park! The RV sites were nicely spaced, though on my RV the windows side of the rig faced the road rather than the lovely view in order to easily reach the hookups. Busy over the weekend, but just a few hardy folks during the week.
Not a lot of trails; mostly just views. Large designated swimming area that I didn't partake in due to weather being in the 40s to 60s.
Lots of wildlife, walks on the lake were lovely. Sunsets to die for.
Tent camped at site 60 which was great! Right off the water and super close (but not too close) to the restrooms. Weather for us was rough with high winds the first day but the next two were beautiful! Lots of wildlife, as we were pulling into the park we saw lots of deer..and throughout our stay we were visited by some Canadian Geese. The fire circle comes with a grill but it’s pretty small, and this specific site isn’t very level but we found a spot for our tent. Definitely coming back!
Camp sites are pretty tight one on top of another. If you don’t mind people milling around… We were constantly worried we were too loud or up too late. It was rainy and extremely windy campsite 093 was a terrible choice in these conditions. Wind came off the lake like a train. I bet in summer time this site is cool and cozy; winter time it was hell. We moved to a screened shelter camp and it was better. Still very crowded, even for January (NYE). Bathrooms were clean but infested with spiders. Millions of millions of spiders. Baby spiders flying like hang gliders while we pooped. Giant hungry big black spider repelling directly down on me as I showered. Spiders. In the bathrooms. Everywhere
We stayed for a night in site 40 on our way south. The site was large and right by the water. The bathroom in that little loop had been destroyed by vandals, but there was a really nice one the next loop over. Will definitely stay here again if we’re in the area.
Wish they would change the name to Meridian State Park instead of just Meridian on here. Very nice, small, peaceful park. There are 8 pull thru sites with full hookups, including 50 amp. We were in on site 6. Fairly level, but not much room to put a rug out. They had 5 big rocks out to keep people from parking to close to the site. Very close to the bathroom and shower room. Very clean. Right next to Park Office. Lake was only 5 minute walk or minute drive. Excellent swimming area with picnic tables and grills. Did not get a chance to fish there but heard it is very good. Very quiet park.