8 RV Parks near Vivian, Louisiana
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Vivian. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Vivian in the left hand column.
Nov 2016 - $25.00
This RV is nestled in the piney woods of Northeast Texas and overlooks a beautiful pond. Enjoyed watching the wildlife in the evenings and taking a stroll around the pond and nature trail.
Great for kids and families, friendly and responsive staff! - CrossCountry13
Nov 2017 - $15.00
We camped in a 35' 5th wheel. The sites with sewer, electric, and power were temporarily closed due to construction. Very nice park and typical of why we love Texas state parks. Only downsides were very limited ATT service and some road noise from Hwy 43. We were parked in the Armadillo Run Camping area. Other areas probably wouldn't be as noisy. Park roads to and from the camping areas are narrow and hilly but we had no trouble getting our camper in place. Many of the camp sites were limited on RV length (ours barely fit) and some had slope. However, we'll be back. And, Hwy 43 is a wonderful alternative to Hwy 59 when travelling between Texarkana and Marshall. - Motorcyclekelly
Oct 2017 - $24.00
This place is a real gem. Quiet and dark at night, almost spooky. The lake is beautiful. We only stayed 2 nights, but I'd go back again for sure. The shower house was torn down, and they are building a new one, so we showered in the camper. Hiking trails were ok. - Bob806
Apr 2017 - $15.00
A nice, clean park. Lots of hiking, plenty of room between sites. - ahh-scapers
Jul 2010 - $20.00
My wife, two grandchildren, and I stayed two nights in this park. We made reservations but the shaded sites were already taken. We used a pull through space. With our fifth wheel we had plenty of room to maneuver. We arrived about 9 PM and it was very dark. The site had a light on it but the owner was very helpful in having available extra lights to help setup. The area of the park was fantastic being able to swim and boat in the river across the street from the park. We did not see any playground equipment in the park but it was not needed anyway because of the water activities available. We will definitely make another visit here. - RVman63
Nov 2006 - $12.00
This park is just a grass field with two rows of hookups. Has some 50 amp sites. There is no gravel, even on the roads, and it would be very easy to get stuck if it were to rain a lot. Our rig is a little over 13 feet tall and we hit several tree branches on the way in. There was no one in the office when we arrived so I called the number in the Passport America Guide and left a message on the answering machine. When the owner came to collect in the evening he was less than friendly. He said the rate was $18 and I replied that I had Passport America. It was obvious from his reaction that he was not happy that he had to give me a discount. He said the price was $12 then. I told him the guide said it was $9 and he said there was an additional charge if you had more than one A/C and that if I didn't like it I could go elsewhere. Of course, I was already set up and settled in so I was not about to argue for $3. We will not be back. It was worth $10-$12 for a place to park, but it is way off the beaten path and it needs a lot more development and attention before it will be much of anything. My conversation with the owner convinced me that no more money will be spent on the place until he has more money coming in to pay the expenses. Sounds like a Catch-22. - Rif
Oct 2017 - $10.00
The precious man overseeing the park assisted me with pitching my tent providing stronger stakes because Texas dirt is so hard. The bath and laundry facilities were super including heat and air conditioning as needed. I felt so safe as a female camper by myself. - Samantha Maiden
May 2015 - $20.00
The park is owned by a very nice older couple. They are hard-working and very friendly. We stayed here a month on business and would definitely return. The entrance is a little bit tricky, but you can do it. The sights are fairly roomy and we had a huge 'front yard' for most of our stay. Very mature trees everywhere. Mostly workers or permanents here. All very nice and good neighbors.They have a small laundry on sight with bathroom and shower. Pavilion with porch swing. The man works every day non-stop, mowing, cleaning, and doing general maintenance. The wife was very kind and gave our children rides on her golf cart. Our two year old was calling them 'Uncle' before we left. While were hooking up to leave they owners came out and gave hugs all the way around and kisses to the children; the children hugged them back. They invited us back and said they were sad to see us go. This is not a 'commercial' RV Park, but definitely a friendly one. It felt like a neighborhood by the time we left. I must admit I am always skeptical of any park with 'permanents' and generally avoid them, but this one is somehow different.We will definitely be back. - phillipakelley
Oct 2009 - $20.00
First time here. Picked this park because of location in town as we were here on business. About one third of park is workers or residents. Owner's home is in center with nice grassy areas and pavilion. Entrance road is hard surface with gravel sites. We came after a torrential rain storm. No problems for our motorhome. Friendly management, we will return. $20 rate drops to $15 for 2nd and 3rd nights. - Herb Stark
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Aug 2015 - $25.00
Secluded park less than a mile outside of Jefferson, Texas. Some sites are right on the Big Cypress Bayou. There is lots of room between each of the camp sites. The wifi is excellent. There is a railroad and alligator farm on the premises. I wake up and see as many as 20 to 25 deer each morning. - JayPat1998
Nov 2017 - $22.00
A great place to stay! The leaves were falling while we were there, but the grounds are beautiful. The sites are well spaced out, but a little bumpy. We did not need to do any leveling, but the utilities on our site were on the curb side of the RV. Not a problem as there was plenty of room to move around and get close enough. There are deer, egrets and plenty of squirrels. The squirrels are a little shy, however. We saw why when a hawk cross the road in front of us carrying a black squirrel for dinner. There is also a small zoo that we spent a couple of hours visiting. - geode
Feb 2017 - $23.00
We loved this campground as there were few in the park the weekend we stayed and we had no neighbors on either side of us. The view was beautiful and the full hookup was nice. We would give this an overall rating of 10 except for the rude staff upon check-in. We knew check-in was by 4:45 pm and as it was our first time camping we were taking a little longer than expected on the road. We called en route and told them we were on our way and expected to be there between 4:50 and 5pm per our GPS. The lady answering the phone was very cold and told us if we were not there by 4:45pm the gates would be locked and we would not be allowed in. I told her we were on our way and she was very rude and said again the gates would lock at 4:45pm. We debated on turning around and decided to go for it. We pulled in at 4:46pm and there was a staff member literally pulling the gate closed but we went on in. We were given our paperwork with no directions on the location of anything, nothing. Had it not been for the beautiful surroundings we would not be back. Just went by another campsite and the difference between staff was night and day. I have read other reviews about the rude staff and they were point on. - onlaketime
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We stayed two nights the weekend after July 4th. We asked for and received a full hookup slot, which was nice. The site was level.
The picnic table and fire pit were on the opposite side of our RV, which I found odd. We did not use them so it wasn't a huge deal.
The site had a lot of cigarette butts and small pieces of trash scattered around it, which is why I can only give it 3 stars for cleanliness. It was as if the trash was mowed over instead of picked up.
The staff was friendly and there is a highly visible yet unobtrusive presence by the Park Rangers and Sheriff's Office.
There was no loud music or wild behavior and everyone was very respectful of everyone else. - GaryWB
Aug 2014 - $25.00
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. - Jloftin
Apr 2011 - $22.00
This will be our last inspection of this park! It is obvious that it will never change. There is a new Black Top road into the property but the park it self is beyond words. We inspect hundreds of parks a year and this one is on the top of the list of being the worst of the worst. The new owner and managers are not experienced in operating an RV Park. They allow very old and ran down RVs in the park with large amount of clutter to be stored around the site. It is obvious that the previous owner passed on the bad habits. All sites are in very bad condition, the electric connections are old and worn. There was no wireless signal, no cable and the park stunk of sewer gas. Both the laundry room and bathrooms are in bad condition and should be condemn. I read a previous review rating this park above a half star, I assure you that either this person is on staff here or they rated the wrong park. The entire park needs to be leveled and start all over! The only thing missing here is the faint noise of a Banjo and guitar playing in the back ground, they have the river! - rvreporterontheroad
Mar 2011 - $28.00
To begin we have been here before and were very disappointed! We were told that a new owner and managers had taken over so we decided to try it again. Our Children live close to the park and it would be nice to be close to them. The new road entering the park is great, but as soon as you crest the top of the levee it quickly changes. The internal roads are terrible, there are a number of very old campers that actually look abandoned with papers taped to the doors. The rigs that are lived in are in terrible condition with piles of junk around them. There was even washer/dryer combination unit outside to the trailers. The laundry room is clean but in very bad condition as well as the bathrooms. The sites have deep ruts from previous RVs getting stuck and sinking. The new managers are nice but have no clue on RVing or what it takes to run a park! The so called NEW wifi was very weak and extremely slow (snail mail would have been faster)! It appears they took a system that belongs in a single home and tried to apply it to the park. It was quiet but the electric voltage was between 108 to 110, too low for our rig. We will stay elsewhere even if we are further away from our kids. This is more of a run down long term hole in the mud than a RV Park. We have said it before but this time we will never return! - marcwtomas
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Traveling on SR59 Linden city park is about 40 miles south of Texarkana. This is a municipal owned RV park. We have a 45' coach & no problems navigating the park. Most sites are pull-thrus, but there are back-in sites also. Each site has 50/30/20 amp electric, city water (tasted good too), and sewer. The sign says 1 night only, but we stayed 2 nites to explore the area. Very small town w/ 1 or 2 restaurants & a Dairy Queen. We dined at Uncle Juan's Mexican Restaurant and had a great dinner. RV Park is across the street from an elementary school, but no children walked thru the park. A city owned recreation park with swings is nearby. Behind the restrooms is a nice concrete walking trail. The restrooms were very clean & did have showers. The surface of the RV park was broken asphalt, but driveable with no problems. Electric voltage was excellent as a new power transformer is adjacent to the main breakers. No fire rings or picnic tables, but for $15.00 nite, a good bargain! We would definitely camp here again. - TravelnSteve
Jul 2015 - $15.00
We stumbled across this park using the GoodSam Trip Planner. Wanting to avoid Dallas in our trip back down to South Central Texas, we opted to travel on Hwy 59. We normally would stay in a Wal-mart parking lot, but the temps caused us to look for an inexpensive option that would give us AC for the night. This was perfect for that purpose.
We were greeted by the lady who wrote the grant for the park. The area for the RVs is basically a large gravel parking lot with utilities available for each site. Only a couple of spots have trees.
The park include nicely paved walk ways with exercise stations. The restrooms and showers were clean enough.
For us, this would not be a destination spot, but this was a great place to set up for the night. - User3772
Apr 2015 - $15.00
Gravel with some asphalt. Rather like a parking lot. 22 sites. 10 pull thru's. Full hookup. Self registration. - fander