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Only 8 campsites, but every site is what one is looking for when searching for a well kept RV Park. We used this cc as our hub as we ventured a different direction of The Hill Country looking for wildflowers. The young couple that own and operate this park are on their game to earn your trust and to help your stay at their park a pleasurable experience.

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Five miles north of Mountain View. Most of the sites are gravel, some level and a few not level with a lot of shade. Most of the campground is flat making easy walking. Ask for a friendly satelite site if you need TV. We have no AT&T phone service, but their wifi works good. The little creek is pretty and some tent sites available next to it, but no RV sites next to creek with clear view. The staff is very friendly. The park is clean and maintained. They have firewood for sale. They rent canoes.

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Besides my comment, look at the dates of the other reviews. Evidently, many improvements have been made because this is a very nice RV campground for $30.00 per night. All pull-throughs with full hooks. The sites are gravel, level, and well maintained. We were visiting here for the Chapel Hill Bluebonnet Festival which is ten minutes from here. We would definitely stay here again.

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A nice clean RV park with gravel pull throughs. Water, electric, and sewer hook ups where well maintained. The park was full due to Canton Trade Days weekend. The wifi was a little slow. The campground is about 7 miles west of Canton. The campground does have a swimming pool, but not very big.

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I can't say enough good things about this young couple who turned a cow pasture into a beautiful, clean RV park in less than three years. They really go out their way to make sure their campers are satisfied. The campground is eight miles east of Canton, Tx. Good level sites with full hookups. Pull throughs and some back ins. No TV cable, but over 40 channels by antenna. Good eating restaurants within five minutes east or west of park. A little tricky fist time getting there. Exit 533 off of I-20 and travel down the south side feeder road for a couple miles and the RV park is on the south side of I-20.

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Stayed overnight passing through. The grass was tall, the road was rough and a little muddy. No restaurant as advertised. Many permanents with rundown campers here.

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Good free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Plenty of level pull-throughs with concrete pad with patio table and chairs. The grounds are clean. Friendly staff and a good RV supply store.

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Very nice campground with a lot of shade and lake view. Padded spaces with picnic tables. Staff was supper friendly. Wifi is not too bad with 4G cell phone reception.

     

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Triple Creek RV Park

Woodville, Texas

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The campground is at the end of a 3 mile pig trail. I say that because this is not a county road. No gravel, culverts, or upkeep. I almost bogged down leaving. The Wi-Fi is very, very slow. The park is known for playing music and eating. If you don't mind getting a little mud on the tires, then no problem.

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Free high speed Wi-Fi with good level full service sites. The park is clean and the staff friendly. I would park here again.