If you are from Texas, then you already know the legend that is Prude Ranch. I'm not sure when they added RV spots to the Ranch but you can't imagine how excited I was to find out they had. There are about two dozen spots with full hookup 30/50 in two separate camps (upper and lower). The lower camp sites in a pecan field at the entrance to the ranch while the upper camp sites sit smack dab in the middle of the cabins and stables. This isn't your average RV park. Prude Ranch is known statewide for its summer camp which sees hundreds of kids over 4 to 8 weeks in the summer. The rest of the year, Prude is a working horse ranch and there is plenty to do. My son and I took two, two-hour trail rides with our Wrangler Andy who was a wealth of information. There are a couple other RV parks in the area but honestly, if you dont day here you're really missing out. We camped at the lower site which took a little bit of leveling (6" in the front and 2" passenger). The deer come in at night and you can sit and watch them wander. Town is only 5 miles down the road with grocery open til 8pm and a family dollar for those items you didnt realize you forgot until you got here. If you come, you must ride the trails, its an amazing experience.
Nice place with trees and large play areas for kids. On-site liquor store. Rv spaces kinda closely packed but still big enough to get our awning out. Camp sits at the base of the dam.
Great view of the mountains from camp and the kids loved feeding the horses. Rv sites not level (or even close) and abysmal wifi (no cell service either). Rv sites are super close together but overall not a bad place to stay. We drove down to overlook point trail (about 45 min) for a great 4 mile hike with kids.
Some trees but lots of dirt and no grassy areas. Spaces were nicely distanced for the price ($59 a night for pull-thru FH). They do have a leash less dog park and very reasonably priced laundry.
Small rv sites with little distancing, $5.00 a load to wash and another $5.00 a load to dry. $75 a night for full hookups (30ft max) and abysmal wifi. The whole site is pretty much nothing but dirt. What you're paying for here is the short distance to the canyon and not much else. Kinda reminds me of "The Thing", costly and not that'll great.
This is a great campground. Full hookups available for $46 a night. Rv spots are kinda close together but we enjoyed having some younger families around. There is wifi but its hit or miss, laundry, restrooms, and satellite dishes at select spaces. The grounds are well maintained and the staff is very friendly. There is a short trail on site (Toehole Trail) that's super easy for kids and only goes about a quarter mile.
This campground is right off the highway so its a little noisy at night. There are NO full hookups or camper site water. You have to get water from the boat inspection station. Not much to see except the small marina but theres a decent hike about 5 miles down the highway at Dillon Pinnacle. The rv camp is sparse with vegetation, no trees. Each rv site is nicely distanced from the others and there is both 30 and 50 amp available on loop D. Cost is $16 a night without electric, $22 with electric.
We got here September 29 and the RV park closes for the season Oct 1. We stayed two nights and were pleased with the services. Full hookups and lots of space at the lower numbered full hookup sites. Nice and quiet. A couple hiking trails here to see some creeks and ponds.