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Old 07-01-2015, 07:03 PM   #11
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My favorite, Krause Springs in Spicewood TX. Next is Big Oak RV in Camp Wood TX. Check their websites. I also use the RV park reviews website. Like others, you can't go wrong at TX State Parks. If you go alot buy a park pass. It waves the per person fee aa well as other discounts.
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Old 07-01-2015, 07:12 PM   #12
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I visited Splashway today! Beautiful campground. 139 sites...lots of trees. I've always been partial to Yogi in Waller but now I'm not sure! We own a golf cart and Splashway lets you bring yours...Yogi does not!
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Old 07-01-2015, 07:59 PM   #13
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It looks like you're in Corpus... If a little longer drive is good for you, you HAVE to go to Garner State Park. The absolute BEST park in Texas. Age groups from very young to very old. Mostly families, of all ages. There is even a dance every night behind the store in the park that is very popular. I have been taking my kids there for nearly 20 years, and now, this summer I am planning my 1st trip there with my 3 year old Grand-daughter....
New Braunfels is loaded with short stay RV parks up and down the rivers. Further north in the hill country, there are countless parks as well. Just depends on what the kids like to do or be around, water, horses...
A nice relaxing park is Breckenridge outside of Edna off 59 towards Houston. Good fishing and boating, ATV trails, Bike trails, Horse trails... There are tons of opportunities. Cant go wrong.
I've personally never been to Garner, but my wife has and said its amazing. That is definitely on our list. Kerrviile also seems nice, so it goes on the list also. I onto found one splashway outside of Houston.
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Old 07-02-2015, 02:04 PM   #14
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Two more parks that are nice are Tyler and Daingerfield sp. They're fairly close to each other and they both have a nice lake on them. Definitely worth a visit.
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Two more parks that are nice are Tyler and Daingerfield sp. They're fairly close to each other and they both have a nice lake on them. Definitely worth a visit.
A fellow camper told me this week about how nice Tyler SP is. Going to have to check it out.
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Old 07-11-2015, 05:48 AM   #16
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We like Garner State Park, Lake Buchanan near Ennis, and you can't go wrong with the Blazing Star in San Antonio!
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Old 07-11-2015, 12:04 PM   #17
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Anybody been to Coleto Creek Park? It looks like an amazing RV site between Goliad and Victoria. We are thinking of going there first.
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Old 07-13-2015, 07:36 PM   #18
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We go there often. We live in Victoria, only 15 miles away. The sites by the water (premium) are hard to get during the summer months and you have to rent those for 2 nights. Then there is an overflow area. They just added this area I believe it's numbered in the 70-80s. There are no trees/shade in that area. Other than that it is a really nice park. Some of the shower houses are a little out dated, some newer. If you go out a Saturday and ask sometimes they have cancelations in the premium area and will let you in for the 1 night. Nice little hike trails, small fishing pier. Not sure if it's still open but there is a Cajun restaurant just outside the park. A little pricy but worth it. Also there is a KOA camp ground just outside the park with a nice pool also a little pricy. We go there when we need a quick getaway.
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:04 PM   #19
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If you live in the area a few other nice places are IB Magee in Port A. $25 a night. No shade but right on the beach. Ask for a site I the grassy area. Shower houses are big nice and usually clean. You need a card to swipe to enter which they provide when you check in.
Goose Island SP in the Rockport Fulton area is also really nice. The sites at the bay front are impossible to get on the weekends but I recently found the wooded area in much nicer (not windy and sticky like the bay front) if the mosquitoes are not out. This is more of a camping, fishing area If you want to swim you need to drive to Rockport to the beach 15 minutes away.
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Just got back from Atlanta SP., Atlanta, Tx. Very nice. Our favorite is Lake Whitney SP., but it is flooded right now.
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