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About Reynolds Creek

Reynolds Creek offers 51 spacious campsites, including 10 equestrian sites. Day-use picnic sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Equestrian camping is available year-round and regular camping is available from April 1-September 30.

Season
January 1st - December 31st
Price
$16.00 - $75.00
Operator
US Army Corps of Engineers
Access
Drive In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Reynolds Creek is located in Texas
Latitude
31.5817 N
Longitude
-97.268 W
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4 Reviews of Reynolds Creek
Good for a night...

Didn’t enjoy our stay. High banks made it impossible to get to the water. No swimming area or fishing area that we found. The rest of the camp ground had been flooded earlier in the year and was still closed. We tried to walk to the playground and was turned around by the park attendant. We just stayed in our camper the whole weekend. Not too fun…

*See Reynolds Creek in Speegleville

This park is located out in boonies and can be pretty difficult to find. Most people think they are lost trying to get to it, but if you follow North Speegleville road through all the cornfields you will eventually stumble upon it. Believe me, you're not going the wrong way.

Being lakefront property you would expect to see more water, however there is a lot of brush grown up around the lake and sites so it is hard to see. There are also limited places to get down to the water in the park.

There is a nice boat ramp and dock for fishing. It is also pet friendly and equestrian friendly. There is a nice little 1 mile hike were you can bird watch and view the lake Waco, it is very shaded and flat. Then there is a 20 mile hike/ equestrian trail that goes around Lacey point.

Bathrooms and showers need some work, but they do the job. There is no store at the campground, but there is a dollar general located in Speegleville about 4 minutes away. There are picnic tables at ever site along with a fire pit, and also a playground for kids.

The whole park is very secluded and away from street noise which is so lovely. Perfect place for viewing the stars over the water and listening to nature speak around you!

Needs improvement but a peaceful stay.

This park is located out in boonies and can be pretty difficult to find. Most people think they are lost trying to get to it, but if you follow North Speegleville road through all the cornfields you will eventually stumble upon it. Believe me, you're not going the wrong way.

Being lakefront property you would expect to see more water, however there is a lot of brush grown up around the lake and sites so it is hard to see. There are also limited places to get down to the water in the park.

There is a nice boat ramp and dock for fishing. It is also pet friendly and equestrian friendly. There is a nice little 1 mile hike were you can bird watch and view the lake Waco, it is very shaded and flat. Then there is a 20 mile hike/ equestrian trail that goes around Lacey point.

Bathrooms and showers need some work, but they do the job. There is no store at the campground, but there is a dollar general located in Speegleville about 4 minutes away. There are picnic tables at ever site along with a fire pit, and also a playground for kids.

The whole park is very secluded and away from street noise which is so lovely. Perfect place for viewing the stars over the water and listening to nature speak around you!

Beautiful Oasis in the Heart of Waco

Found this place thanks to All Stays didn't even realize that Army Corps ran campgrounds. Campground was nice and clean, signage was good, and plenty of trees for shade. Campground hosts came by to say hello and were warm and welcoming. Sites were equip with a table, grill, and fire pit.

Wish the underbrush was cut back so that you could see the late - we were right next to it but could hardly see it. Campsites are on top of each other in groups of ~3. Great if you are group camping, though. When we checked website for reservations, it indicated sites where open, but when we got to the gate they told us they were full. After mentioning the we had said they had 6+ sites available that night, she looked and found one.

Overall, nice spot for the night and we would definitely consider again.

Enjoy the Ride,

Baker & Biker Monkey