27 RV 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.
Apr 2017 - $19.00
Very tight spots. Left slide was almost touching power box, right awning was touching next trailer. Lots of trees. - Widecreek
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
Aug 2016 - $43.00
Park was clean and the people were nice. NOt really much to say about this place it seems like your average campground. Very close to most places in DFW and centrally located. About 20 minutes from most major attractions including Texas Motor Speedway and Six Flags in Arlington.
Checking in was fast, and the lady who checked us in very friendly and helpful. Very very different from the place we left before near McKinney.
Although a TON of construction is taking place on the interstate near the park, you don't hear it - nor do you have to worry about navigating it as long as you're not going north on I-35.
PEACEFUL AND QUIET - once the sun went down, this park got really quiet. I think really the only thing we didn't quite like about our stay were that the other guests pretty much kept to themselves and were quiet. (not that it was a bad thing) - Bobcat2020
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
Mar 2017 - $18.00
This park is closed until further notice. They've read the reviews and are completely repaving the roads and from what I can see, putting in cement pads. It appears it will be very nice when done - and probably no longer $18 per night. There is no indication when it will officially reopen, but early summer 2017 seems possible. - Lroger01
Feb 2017 - $9.00
This park for its value and location worked well for us. It's distance away from the freeway resulted in a quiet visit. The park host and employees did a great job addressing our request to make repairs on the electrical box cover. The women's bathroom/shower was clean, and adequate. I noticed that the men's needed some work. Shower door would not lock (maladjusted), the wall paint in the shower was peeling, and there was mold on the shower curtain. This was passed on to the camp host. The camping spots sizes varied. 50amp sites were longer with my size coach (45ft) I was able to fit my coach and Jeep angled on the pad. They do have a parking area in the center if you can't fit on your site. Sites were older asphalt. Roads in the park were fair, with that said the park will be closing the end of Feb. 2017 for resurfacing and updating. Electrical for 50 amp was good with no issues. WiFi signal was strong with good service for checking email and light web surfing. Dump sight was good with low drainage point and good water pressure. The lane was a bit tight for a large coach and the turn radius. All in all I would come back for its location to the lake and its price. No frills, but quiet. Park gate locks at 11:00pm no way to come in or leave except for an emergency. - Ozarkwoods1
Nov 2016 - $23.00
This park was wonderful, and felt very safe. The sweet lady that checked us in was AWESOME. Super friendly and helpful. She even guided us back to our spot. We stayed for a week, the spots were very tight and close together, but everyone was so friendly we didn't mind.
The only con would be lack of sewer and our water hose didn't reach the spigot because it was pretty far away from the rest of the hook ups.
Beautiful area, park across the road. Would absolutely stay again! :) - FawnMarie
Mar 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here while visiting family in Dallas so didn't use the park much. Very nice park staff with night security staff as well. Site was level and concrete. Hookups worked well and Verizon service was good. Right on Lewisville Lake with a marina and boat launch inside the park. - RoadtripImages dot com
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 2017 - $60.00
Entry is good. Interior roads are paved but watch for the edges which crumble. Sites are concrete or asphalt. Most sites are back in sites. Some are pull thru which are parallel off the side of the road. Most are in the sun. We were in #36 and there was some shade but it prohibited use of our satellite. Water and electric were good. Cable advertised over 50 channels but only 26 came in. Bring extra sewer hoses since some are in the very back of the sites. There is a small beach. Water is somewhat muddy. No off leash park although there are places to walk the dogs (but there are burrs in the grass). This place can be very windy. Canoes, etc. for rent. No pool. - okdiver
Apr 2017 - $53.00
Wonderful campground. Definitely a "resort". Well manicured grounds. Our site was lakefront. Very spacious site, plenty of room to back in. Concrete slab, with covered picnic table. Elaborate playground structure that includes a zip-line, the children loved it. Laundry room was spotless, machines run on credit cards (no coins). Close to downtown Historic Grapevine-- not exactly walking distance if you've got little kids; the approximately 1.5mi walk takes you down sections of very busy streets and intersections. Kayaking the lake was a real treat; we discovered neat rock formations and a nearby park. Evenings were quiet, although we didn't stay a weekend. I imagine this place is booked solid on the weekends. The marina across the way looked like it could get pretty lively. There was a band playing Thursday night. Overall, a very well run outfit. We had a very pleasant stay, highly recommend. Would definitely return. - Boondockdad
Apr 2017 - $49.00
Please note that rate here reflects a monthly rate. When you pay $1400 a month to stay at an RV in the middle of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, you should expect amazing wifi. You should expect to have connectivity to the outside world. If you're staying on the lake, you'll get no wifi and you will have 1 bar of Verizon reception. Additionally, laundry room was filthy, only 3 washers and one broke while we were washing. In 7 months of traveling the country, this is tied for most expensive (spent $1400 for a month on the San Diego Bay), only park with no wifi and dirtiest laundry facilities to date. Outside of these few complaints, the sites are beautiful, well kept, as spacious as state parks and right in the middle of an amazing city, Grapevine, TX. But seriously guys, 2017....wifi please. We paid for it. Admin note: park advises Wi-Fi only available on East side of campground - travelingbeerguy
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Hickory Creek is a lovely COE campground with good access to Dallas on reasonably priced mass transit with a station within five miles of the campground. Road access to Dallas on 35 is currently under heavy construction making driving in more challenging. This campground is well maintained, sites are large and lovely, interior roads are easy to navigate and well laid out. Given its proximity to Dallas, the campground was a wonderful peaceful place to visit the area. Camphosts were welcoming and helpful with information both about the campground and the area itself. The views from the sites in the campground are beautiful. As other reviewers have noted, this campground does close all access at night. While we were there, it appeared that the closing time has been updated to 11 PM. - NJTroy
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Hickory Creek Park is a Corps of Engineers park on the north side of Lewisville Lake near Dallas, Texas. It has 121 RV campsites. All have water and electricity, but no sewer at sites. Some sites 50A electric, but most are 30A. Many sites have lake access and views. Two plus miles of wooded hiking trails. Walmart, Albertsons grocery and restaurants only a couple of miles away. Very popular, urban campground. We were in site 35 with 50A electric and great lake view. We've been here many times and will return. - drfife
Mar 2017 - $15.00
What a nice park. Clean, quiet and open enough to feel like you are outdoors. Power and water are placed properly and worked great. ( no sewer but a dump station) Lots of sites with lake views and bank fishing. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Jan 2017 - $35.00
Though this park doesn't have laundry or restrooms available, it has been a wonderful place to stay! The staff are very friendly and more than willing to help you out if you need it. There are over 100 sites here, and it seems to be about 50/50 RVs to Manufactured Homes. There is a laundromat less than a mile away, and several grocery stores to choose from. This is located right in the middle of town, but the road noise is not bad at all. There are mostly families living here and everyone has been very friendly and welcoming. There is weekly trash & recycling pickup provided by the city. A pretty quiet place overall. Monthly rent is $375 and electric is metered. There is on-site propane refill available. - TxDorsey1975
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