Great location for ShuffleFest

The Western RV Park

Behind The Western Steakhouse& Dancehall 

9524 Highway 6 Loop S 

Navasota, TX 77868 


Type of Park: Private-owned 

Check In:? Check Out:?- Call 

Site#32- Back-In

$45 per night (3% fee for credit card) 


20/30/50 amp 


Site Pad: Concrete

👍🏻 Pros: 

  • Very wide sites. Can park the tow vehicle next to the rig 
  • Brand new- all new electric, water, sewer 
  • Sites are level 
  • No need for rugs and such

👎🏻 Cons:

  • It's a big concrete parking lot with hookups- nothing special beyond that 
  • The sites were wide, but there's only about a foot or so of space between sites 
  • No picnic tables or grills 
  • Grass only around the edges of the lot (Keep that in mind for pets) 
  • Some spots around the edges had a tiny bit of shade

📝 Park Notes: 

Large, bright light poles and the lights are on all night, hard to tell when the sun is coming up and not just the lights. But no stumbling around in the dark. 

It was nice being at The Western Club with friends for the ShuffleFest weekend event and not having to drive 45 minutes back and forth. The RV park is directly behind the Steakhouse& Dancehall.

It is a great spot to stay if you're going to the Western Club. It wouldn't be my first choice for a vacation destination though. It is right off the feeder road for Highway 6, but the road noise isn't terrible.

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One of my favorite local campgrounds

I like this park because it's close to home. It's got a good space between sites and is broken into 3 or 4 areas so you're not just piled in like sardines. You can being 4-wheeled vehicles that have a steering wheel. No sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. Unfortunately, subsequent major floods have caused them to lose much of the tree cover. It's great when camping in groups though, which we do quite often. All sites have views of the lake. They have a really good fireworks display on 4th of July. 

Type of Park: Private-owned 

Check In: 4p Check Out: 3p 

Site#79- Back-In

$35 per night($105 total) 

Water 20/30/50 amp 

Picnic Table with concrete pad 

Grass site. No rock or concrete base

👍🏻 Pros: No trees to avoid 

On the end of the line so no one is on the"front" side of the camper 

Good area for camping in groups 

Close to good swimming areas and store 

Close to boat ramp

👎🏻 Cons: Split-level site- table is down a slight hill from parking area. No shade 

Across from the cabins on stilts, lake view is a little blocked 

Cabins are being refurbished and the equipment and materials are stacked near the site(and some construction noise) 

No grill or fire ring at this site

📝 Park Notes: Gates closed and locked from midnight to 6 am on weekends. 

Closed at 10 pm on week days. 

Can bring golf carts, ATV's(machines with steering wheels, not handle bars) 

Dump Station- a little hard to get to for big rigs. Also hard to leave the park from there. You may have to go back into the park to turn around. 

Park Store- has fishing bait and supplies, too 

Cabins are under re-construction There is a Places Munzee here

Boat Ramp

🐦 Wildlife: Birds: Cormorants(Water Turkeys), barn swallows, scissor-tail

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Home Among the Trees (for the Weekend)

We really enjoyed this park and lovely old Live Oaks. It was close to Anhalt Halle. 

Type of Park: Private-owned 

Check In: 11a Check Out: 11a 

Cost per night$44 

Discounts: Good Sam$4/night 

Site#10- Pull-Thru 

Water 20/30/50 amp Sewer Picnic Table Site Pad: Asphalt

👍🏻 Pros: Shade from Live Oaks Close to showers, restrooms, laundry There’s a little room in the same building with coffee, table, books(Botanical Room)

👎🏻 Cons: The front area is a little close to Hwy 281 so there’s a little road noise but not bad No fire ring No grill at the sites

📝 Park Notes: Lot of people live here full time Good Live Oak shade trees, but watch them above and on the side of your rig 


Propane sold onsite

Laundry facilities

Club house for larger gatherings- built of native stone

Dog Park

Basketball court

Chapel, church services on Sunday

Nature Trail

Headquarters has limited supply of RV parts(or there's a Walmart and Tractor Supply nearby)\

Billiards, Ping Pong, Horseshoes, Shuffleboard

RV Storage area

Mini storage buildings

Rental Guest Suites available

Frog/Koi pond/fountain

Quiet hours 9pm to 7 am

🐦 Wildlife: Birds: Lots of happy singing ones, hummingbirds Squirrels

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Hill Country Camping


Type of Park: Private-owned 

Check In: 12p Check Out: 11a 

Site#33- Pull-Thru

$38 per night for 30 amp 

Discounts: Good Sam 10%, TACO, AAA• 

Water• 20/30 amp• Sewer• Cable TV• Picnic Table• Site Pad: Gravel. Mostly level

👍🏻 Pros:• This site has a couple large Live Oak shade trees• On the end, so the front of the camper has a large area for the"yard"

👎🏻 Cons:• No grill or fire ring• The end of the site drops down a little, so it was hard to back UP the incline on the gravel when hitching up

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📝 Park Notes:• Restrooms/ Bath House• Wifi• Propane sold onsite(weekly delivery)• Laundry facility• Park Store• 3 Rec Rooms• Less than 1/2 mile walk to Medina River• Gazebo on trail to river• Walking distance to Wild Horse Saloon•

🐦 Wildlife:• Birds: Several kinds. Heard turkeys, but couldn't spot them• Deer, squirrels