27 Parks near Addison, Texas
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Addison. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Addison in the left hand column.
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Stayed here to remain close to airport to take a flight out. Overall, the campground was sufficient for what we needed, but otherwise I would not have chosen to come. Tight spaces, bathrooms in need of updates (walls peeling off, etc) (they do seem to be updating). Awesome front desk staff, overall a pretty quiet place given how many rigs were here. - ThreeTravellingBlondes
Jun 2016 - $44.00
This "RV Resort" is nothing but a run-down parking lot. Probably 95% of the sites are occupied by people that live there year round and let their junk pile up around their rigs. The sites are basically gravel and broken up concrete and are so close together that I doubt that you will be able to put out an awning. I would only stay here again in an emergency. This place is shameful. - User3573
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We stayed at this park for two weeks. First off, park has long term residents, who have trash and personal items all over and under their travel trailers. Sites are way too close together and navigating the roads and backing in is impossible. Sites are very unleveled and the sewer hookups are far away from where you park. Out of necessity we were going to make reservation there again due to another park being closed when we said we had two adults and a puppy 8wks old, they asked what breed, we replied chow shepard mix, the told us we could no longer stay there due to our dog being a aggressive breed. 8wk old puppy! Dog friendly?? I think not. - Gypsymama22
May 2016 - $15.00
Parking lot with RV spots marked in paint. Back in with very large building behind. Does not block satellite. Good power and water. No sewer or dump. You are given a card that lets you into the patio area that includes the pool, showers and restrooms. There was something going on every night we were there. Lounge was open nightly until 10 or 11 pm. Quiet even thought main street was not far away but had buildings in between. There was a Fire Station across the street, but I didn't notice or care after retiring after 40 years of fire service. Location was close to every where we wanted in Dallas. Must be Elks Member to camp. - Vault
Oct 2013 - $40.00
The only good thing about this park was a place to stay while visiting my daughter and grandchildren. Take your own toilet paper as none is ever in the restrooms and do not know if or when they are cleaned, the showers are just big enough to turn around in barely. People take their dogs into the bathrooms and some are not on leash . This is the only park close to where I needed to be that had any sites or I would not have stayed here. - possumtrotky
May 2013 - $20.00
Rate reflected two-week stay. This is the ONLY RV park in Plano, or we probably would have gone somewhere else. We were here to visit our son, so not much choice (other campers said the same thing). It is a pretty run-down camper / mobilehome park right along a frontage road next to the very busy freeway. People around you are nice and pretty much keep to themselves, but the place gives you second thoughts about staying there. We did stay the two weeks, and had no problems at all, so it wasn't as bad as it "looked". - MarieB
Jul 2011 - $30.00
Stayed here for a few days while visiting someone in Richardson. Close to were we wanted to be. Nice shade (temp over 100 when we were there) somewhat level sites. Lots of permanent people there. Place was clean and staff was friendly. Would stay there again when in the area. - Mitchelmal
Oct 2016 - $9.00
We like staying at Lake Park when we return to the DFW area for doctors / dentists visits twice a year. The senior rate of $9/night for 50A with water is a good deal for this area. The interior roads are in poor shape and the gate is locked at night - but folks who live in the area could still walk into the campground with no problem. When we stayed at this park in April, 2016, the RVer in the site next to us had two bicycles stolen - lock your bikes.
We were in site 77 which is really long and has good separation from the rig on your "passenger" side. I think they try not to put anyone in 78 because it is very very close.
The campground does not seem to allow 50A RVs to stay in 30A sites - said they have had problems with that causing issues on their 30A hookups. - pattic777
Oct 2016 - $8.00
This is an OK park if you are interested in a no frills area. The sites are water and electric only with a dump site. For the most part it was a good stay except they have 2 looong term residents whose old run down stuff spreads all over their site. This is unusual for a city park but...the follow most of the rules. 30 day limit, out for a few days and back in for 30 days. He said he's been doing that for 5 years. When ever code enforcement or the campground staff tries to get him to tidy up or limit his stay I'm told he goes to the city council and complains that they won't let a homeless vet use the park. So for him and a neighbor the rules are bent. I cut my visit short by 50% and no, no refund. According to a staff worker there had been so many early departures in the past that the City of Lewisville stopped giving refunds.
While there there are picnic tables, many are in too poor a condition to use. - OpaS
Jun 2016 - $9.00
- It is inexpensive.
- It is very convenient to Dallas cities.
- It is right next to a day use park on Lake Lewisville - unfortunately the day use park was closed due to renovation and subsequent flooding.
- For the most part the area is maintained reasonably well.
- The roads within the park were paved many, many years ago and never maintained . The roads are a mix of broken asphalt an dirt and have many big pot-holes.
- Most of the sites are paved, but the surface of the sites are pretty chewed up - especially the 50 amp sites. We can only assume that these sites were never designed for the weight of the big rigs. Over the years, the landing gear of the RVs have created major holes (in a number of cases 5-6" deep). It is a bit tricky to position a rig such that your landing gear doesn't end up positioned over these holes.
- There are no sewage hook-ups
- the two bathrooms are cinder block with no ventilation (except for the building near the gate) and no air conditioning in either building. With Texas heat and humidity, (this past week air temps in the upper 80s, and 90+% humidity, the temperature has been exceeding 100 degrees in these buildings, with extremely high humidity from the showers - we've been in sweat lodges that are more comfortable!
- while there is lots of grass, there are grass burrs everywhere. Prepare to comb out of your dog's fur frequently.
- the RV park is operated and maintained by the City of Lewisville Parks and Recreation. Trash pick-up & general maintenance is spotty.
- There were some really beat-up RVs in the park while we were there. Never seen this before.
Decent value for the money ($9). - fredcrowley
Jun 2016 - $32.00
we stayed in spot #28, which was a water/electric only site. concrete pad which was slightly off level, easy fix with some leveling blocks. park was well maintained, grass was mowed, picnic shelters and grills were in good shape. there was a steel fire pit on our site but we didn't use it. it appeared that most of the sites had fire pits. lake was very high and flooded out the swimming beach, but we were still able to get in the water and paddle around. great location in the Metroplex/Frisco area. we will stay here again. - sully585
Jun 2016 - $50.00
Park sites are cement but they are not level. Trees at some sites are overgrown and can't get taller RVs in some sites. Had to move site because of tree issues, once we were moved into the new site and all set up, went to hook up sewer and their connection was not set for RV use. Called front desk and the two young girls working told us to just move sites to one that will work or go and buy something that will work. "It's just not that easy just to move after you are set up".
I eventually found one of their workers and he said "Oh yeah we put the wrong connection in that site and just haven't had the time to fix it", but came with a rubber sleeve to make do while we were there. Needless to say as convenient as it is to Frisco this place is too pricey and have to many issues to take a chance with the young people they have working here who obviously know nothing about the park or RVing that we will have to find another place when we come to the Frisco area, which is 3-4 times a year. - Preacher1
Apr 2015 - $50.00
This is actually a beautiful park with good proximity to Dallas. However I feel it is way overpriced for what it is. The pads are concrete but not level at all. Most sites don't have 50 amp or sewer connections. There are no laundry facilities, no pool, no wifi and poor cellular. BUT, it's a lovely park with lots of space between sites, many of which have a great view of the lake. - Andieham
Dec 2016 - $50.00
The park has recovered very well from the flood of two years ago. It is pretty and well-maintained. However, we would not advise visiting in winter if you need to use the showers: they are poorly heated, and the shower water is lukewarm at best. We complained after the first night (of three) but nothing was done. We expect better for a premier park with the Vineyards' rates. Perhaps some of the money Grapevine spent to rehabilitate the campground should have been used to improve the shower rooms. - Michael.Roadtrek
Dec 2016 - $39.00
We visited Grapevine in April, and the Vineyards Campground was still closed due to record rainfalls and flooding of the park. While there is still ongoing work at the park, it looks amazing. The bathrooms are new and squeaky clean. Shower areas are large with ample dressing area including benches. Only complaint would be the water was lukewarm, and there were no soap dishes. The laundry has 3 high efficiency top-loading washers ($1.50) and 3 dryers ($1.25/60 minutes) and accept credit cards for payment. There is a campstore on site, along with kayak, bike, and golf cart rentals. Campsite are long, and all are cement or asphalt and level. There is a 3 tiered pricing system--gold, silver, and bronze. Bronze sites are back-in, silver are pull-through (many are parallel to the road), and gold are lake front. The price goes up $10 with each level. We had a bronze site and did have good site lines to the lake. The cable TV had ample channels, and the wifi was adequate. In a metropolitan area of 7 million people, this campground is truly a gem. The planes going into DFW are the only reminder that you are in an urban area. Downtown Grapevine is about 1 1/2 miles away and has a very quaint, old style downtown main street with eateries and gift shops. The surround area has all the stores and restaurant needed and more. We have friends in the area and will definitely stay here again. - RagTopDay
Oct 2016 - $53.00
This place is an oasis within the urban DFW area. We have stayed here before and will again. Now has good WiFi, and new cable. Level, concrete pad. We have stayed here several times over the years, and the price has gone up with the rather profound improvements. It's still worth the money. This park is somewhat unique, because it's colocated with a city park, including lake, and there is lots of room and scenery. Good for walking and for walking the dog. We will stay here again. - MSTraveler
Nov 2016 - $14.00
We stayed at Hickory Creek in multiple sites in November and December, 2016. Note that some sites are quite sloping - we originally booked site 10 and we would have had the front end (and door) of our motorhome *way* off the ground to get level there. Sites we stayed in that were reasonably level were 13, 34, 52, and 95.
Seniors get half price which is $14 for 30A or $15 for 50A.
Good walking areas throughout the park. Note that the entrance gate closes at 10pm and it is a mile+ walk to the campground. Ranger recommended we leave one vehicle inside the gate if we would be returning after 10pm - but we only have the one tow vehicle in addition to the motorhome. (We moved to another location for the weekend when we had late evening events scheduled.)
Hickory Creek is most convenient to Denton, and it isn't too bad for getting onto I-35E (but the construction on I-35E is awful). Hickory Creek is our favorite of the 3 parks we have stayed at in this area - best value for the money - as long as you don't need to be out after 10pm. Use Waze on your smartphone to help with directions when you're returning to the campground, especially after 8pm, as sometimes there are exits closed due to the construction. - pattic777
Oct 2016 - $12.00
This is a very nice park and the spaces are large. Easy back in spaces and pull through. The restroom and shower facilities were roomy and clean. The biggest downside to this park is the policy of locking the entry gate at 10:00 pm. I you are attending a function of some kind in DFW area you will be forced to leave early to make the one hour drive back to the park. It is a VERY long walk if you get locked out. Other than that it's a very nice park to stay in. - Greg S.
Sep 2016 - $14.00
We camped her in a 28 foot Class A , no tow vehicle. The Site was back-in, gravel and absolutely level! It had a picnic table and concrete apron to step out on. The power held good amps and voltage and water pressure was great. There was access to the boat ramp and many areas to walk in. That was the upside. Things to be aware of. The staff member at the entry gate provided no map, just "follow the signs". There was no mention of the bath house hot water being "under repair" or that the on-site sewer was apparently overwhelmed by recent rain or something else. Yes, it blew out in the first 5 seconds of the start of the dump. Fortunately, it went south and I was standing north!. And, if you are leaving the campground, be back by 11 pm, or maybe 10 pm, as when the gate closes, you are walking to your campsite - 1.5 miles inside??? - DHK
Dec 2016 - $24.00
Campground has beautiful gravel sites. Another camper told us that last year this entire peninsula was under water and therefore they have had to rebuild all the sites. The sites are built up with large 8x8 timbers outlining the sites and holding in the gravel. It appeared that each site had a picnic table, grill, and fire ring. There were a few pull through sites in the middle. Though the road in the campground is narrow, we did not have problems navigating it with our 43' motorhome, nor did we have problems with branches attacking the roof as another reviewer indicated. There was a limb overhanging near the entrance of site 45 that we were careful to avoid when backing in and when leaving the site.
Note that you may not want to overhang the 8x8 timbers if you are going to air-level your motorhome - ours would have tried to sit the tow bar down on top of the timber if we hadn't made sure that we were far enough forward of the timber before leveling. - pattic777
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Parked here for two nights in a 43 ft toy hauler, and space 38 had plenty of room for everything. Right on Lake Lewisville with easy access to fish or boat. Plenty of shade. 50 amp service with clean water with good pressure. Looks like all spaces have ba grill, campfire grill, table and hook for light. I had no trouble on my auto level on my rig. Fellow checking us in was super friendly. It is only about 15 minutes north of Carrolton and 12 from Denton. Will definitely return. - Don Self
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This park was a Jeckyl/Hyde for us. Power was solid, ran two A/C's, fridge on electric and water heater on electric during daytime temps hitting 100 deg without any voltage dips. Our site was at least a 90' long pull-thru. Park staff goes out of their way to be friendly.
That was the Jeckyl part, now for the Hyde. This place is covered over with RV-clawing trees. My 5th wheel is a little taller than average at 13'6" but some of the limbs I had to dodge were at least two feet below my roof-line. Interior roads are paved but very narrow and they allow campers to park their cars and trucks off the edge of the road. Getting past those vehicles is like threading a needle. The trees in my site were so close to my roof that I could not deploy my sat dish or my over the air antenna. But even with the OTA antenna laying flat on the roof I got 40 channels. Almost everything except CBS.
My rate was higher than previous posters because I was a non-resident. This place is definitely a local favorite as evident by the weekend crowds. This is a $25 park, it is not a $35 park. - jperry29
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This was our third stay at this park. We stay here when we are visiting friends who live in Mesquite. The park isn't fancy but meets our needs. Our Verizon signal was strong. The park has excellent Wi-Fi service with a number of towers available. The park cable TV worked well. The park roads need more gravel. There are lots of long term campers in the park. Be sure to call for a reservation as there is no office available to check-in with. When you arrive a check-in package is available with payment instructions, a map to your site, and park info.
I would recommend you access the park from I-30 and Bobtown Road. - Gary T
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We had stayed at one other RV park while in Dallas another time, and we didn't care for the CG or the location. Unfortunately, there are hardly any to choose from inside Dallas! This one was OK, better than the other one for us. Less traffic, a little more removed from the chaos of the city while still being close enough to access whatever you need. Pretty surroundings - grass fields, pretty plantation home in front, nice neighborhoods. But for the most part, the CG itself is nothing special. Esp. considering the price. Based on our travels, I would expect those sorts of accommodations to warrant maybe $25 - 30/nt. But I guess it's because it's the only real game in town...! The owner was very nice about letting me have mail send and she then delivered it to our site when I called. And they have a nice (air-conditioned!!!) laundry room. I have to warn about a few things though - I got more mosquito bites there in 2 days than I've had in the last 4 months of traveling!! It did help when I started walking our dogs along the dirt exit road instead of in the grassy field (where we were supposed to) - less mosquitoes, at least in the AMs. Also, advanced reservations are apparently required so don't just show up and hope - call ahead! Most campers seem to be living here, so they probably don't have many sites available for transients. And there's no one really on site, in an office. You need to call. You also need to be self-contained, as I don't think they have bathrooms/showers. And lastly...I will reiterate what one other reviewer mentioned: do NOT approach the CG from the west on Barnes Bridge Rd!!!!! On this side, there's a 15,000 lb-limit bridge, bad road, and low tree branches!! From the east, it's mostly fine (except some branches on exit). We would stay here again if we had to be in Dallas, but we would prefer to just not be in Dallas! - CarrieBearie
Mar 2015 - $185.00
Couldn't really enjoy the campground because the rain and snow made it a mud pit. Had to go to the laundry room to get adequate wifi. Close to Downtown Dallas. - buckingthenorm