8 Parks near Alleyton, Texas
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This place has a new owner who is very friendly. He has only owned it for eight months. He is obviously working hard to improve. New trees, electrical, road topping etc. Will be interesting to see how it works out. There is road noise, but it is a steady hum.
Lot spacing is nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is grass. - Tworetired
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Park needs some tender loving care. Sites very close together. Park was 95% full of oil field and railroad workers. All hook-ups worked, Very close to I-10 and road noise. Probably would not use again. - corky506
Oct 2013 - $20.00
A rundown park that is just for the desperate. Listed in Passport America and over priced at 50% (cash). Freeway noise never quiets down. It is an easy off and on and near a fueling stop. Several permanents that appear to have been parked for a long time. We won't be staying here again. - Arizona Traveler
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Previous comments accurately describe this RV park. Site was semi-level and all utilities work. Very quite at night. Ok for overnight stop. - Monaco Bob
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Not a good experience saying here. Facilities are clean but old. If it rains this place turns into a mud hole. WiFi is very poor. Many permanent old RV's in park. We had one old rv next to us they worked on it all hours night and day trying to remodeling it. - rosran
Dec 2015 - $31.00
This is a no frills stop, easy on/off, low hanging trees, dirt and gravel roads, power panel was loose on supporting conduit. A few mud puddles but nice and quiet! - Uncle Billy
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This campground has a good feel about it. The sites at this campground are roomy and level. They are dirt and gravel. There's a table and a fire ring at each site. The people are very nice. There isn't much to do in the area, but it would be a good place to just kick back and relax. - mrpeepers
Mar 2016 - $33.00
Return visit after winter in Arizona - older park provides good overnight visit. Same comments as previously made in September the grounds need lots of help. Very wet week and grass areas very sloppy but nothing to do about that. Cats all over the place as last time. Workampers very friendly. Guess they need to buy a new lawn mower and weed whackers. - brownbear
Nov 2015 - $33.00
Friendly service and guests. Large pull thru sites with grass and picnic tables, and fire pits. Enjoyed our stayed here, in a 36 foot rig, from Nov. 2015 to Apr 2016. Daily sightings of blue jays, cardinals, morning doves, and cattle in the distance. Quick access to I-10. About 6 miles east or west, one can get to towns with grocery stores, doctors, fuel, library, etc. We like it here best for the country feel, friendliness, temperatures in the 60's to 70's, a few 80's. Monthly rate $350 or $375 plus electric. Nightly rate with discount $32.85. The rv parks' slogan, "Come as strangers, Leave as Friends" is so true! - CBighorn
Apr 2016 - $3.00
We stayed in the upper circles and found a full hookup among the water/electric sites, so we had no one on either side of us. The bathroom was next door and the activity center/laundry area in walking distance. Some sites are back in, some pull through; a lot are 50 amp so you have look if you want 30 amp. The electric was good and the water pressure and quality good. No Wi-Fi or cable at the sites. The pool was undergoing maintenance when we were there but will be ready soon. Small playground and very small dog park. Nice walking trails all over the park and many deer all around. Only way down to the river was boat ramp which was covered with mud and washed out. No place to walk along river or fish. As with other Thousand Trails, they are a preserve and huge; nicely wooded, quiet and not much lighting. They have a tent area for those adventurous souls since the bathrooms are not close to it, but it does have water and electric. - Kerch Family
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This was our first time at this Thousand Trails park and we love it. The sites are spacious and arranged well. This is one of the smaller parks and so it is quiet. Staff is friendly and helpful. Good walking trails around the park and always deer to see. - KD7UCH
Oct 2015 - $1.00
This is a very relaxing place to stop. It is near large cities or you can go into Columbus and get good food at small town prices. The manager is customer service guided so your stay will be great. Great bass fishing in the river beside the park! - tcurex
Sep 2015 - $51.00
Personally I thought $50.82/night (Labor Day holiday with Ray Club discount) w/ a 3 night minimum was a little steep without offering cable or wifi. The park was nice. Sites were large. Staff was extremely friendly/helpful. I booked late so no shaded spots were available. Also, it costs $25.19 per person (with Ray Club discount) each day you want to use the water park. So basically It cost the 3 of us $90/day for the water park that closes at 6 PM. Again, family had a great time...I just keep comparing it to LoneStar Yogi in Walker, TX where you pay $7/$8 per day for water park...only thing Yogi doesn't have is wave pool. Unlike Yogi, we were able to bring our golf cart to Splashway so that was nice! - Soonermikel
Jul 2014 - $45.00
Park exceeded my expectations. The campsites were spacious enough and very shaded. Nice family atmosphere, and easy walk to the waterpark. The reason it exceeded our expectations was in the evening there was a small field where they have a stage and a really excellent performance by a musician out of San Marcos (Haley Cole was her name). Lots of kids running around playing volleyball at a court by the field. Great place to bring kids. My only complaint was that the waterpark was crowded, but no to the point that there were lines to get in. - byrddog123
Sep 2013 - $40.00
It had been several years since we camped here and my how it has grown. There are now three different sections of the park all within walking distance to the waterpark itself. They have also added a catch and release fishing pond, hiking trails, playground area and a volleyball court. My kids were thrilled when they caught several different fish from the pond including bass, tilapia, and, of course, my four-year-old caught several perch. Also, this year they added campground activities so that there is more to do once the waterpark closes. They had s'more night, movie night, and we had gone on a Christmas in July themed weekend and "Santa" brought them goodies in their stockings that the kid were able to make themselves. All the staff were so friendly and genuinely concerned about our stay. We were even able to purchase pizza on Friday evening and they delivered to our RV. Our site was clean, and there was an info packet already at our spot upon arrival with information about all the activities that takes place around the park. We did have a tree branch in the way of opening he awning, and we told a young gentleman who came by to greet us. Within 10 minutes he came back with a tree branch saw and cut it down and out of the way for us. Very impressed with the staff and the activities director was just wonderful! She called us two weeks in advance telling us about all the activities and the need-to-knows around the campgrounds before arrival. Wonderful place to go and take the kids during the summer and I highly recommend it, especially for anyone who has younger kids. Also, I hear that they are putting in ziplines this upcoming summer! - We Camp Texas
Oct 2016 - $22.00
We stayed here as part of a club rally. The park is far from main highways, and the entry road is a bit rough. The park itself is filled with beautiful live oak trees, and the sites are spacious and covered with overgrown gravel. You have to be a bit careful in some sites to navigate around trees. The hookups have 50A. Satellite TV is difficult due to the trees, but a number of channels from the Houston area are available via antenna. There is not cable as far as I could tell. Wifi was very good, although we were very close to the office and meeting buildings. We did not use the rest rooms or showers, but they appeared to be clean although old. The meeting building we used was old but clean. This is a get away from it all type park, but you have to bring your own entertainment. - McLee
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Owners are wonderful and friendly. Park is 4th generation ownership, very rustic- gravel/dirt/grass driveways and sites with many full time residents. Some sites would be all mud if it rained. Large rec hall but very old. If you use GPS you will drive down a long rough washboard broad so get directions from owner. We did not use or visit the baths/showers. Park is located north of Sealy & Bellville. This park has huge trees with moss hanging, is very Rustic and away from traffic, but shows years of deferred maintenance and updating but CHEAP. - Oooooooo
May 2015 - $20.00
We stayed with a group of friends and their friend - rallying together. What fun!
Each site had full hook-ups. This also made pack/leave morning easy-peasy for our large group. The gravel roads and gravel sites were mostly level and wide enough for awnings or tents. Trees were trimmed up, but cast nice shade for almost all the sites. Using their garden and eggs, much of our resort-catered meals were produced on the ranch!
Some full time residents are located on the perimeters. Each night was quiet.
I'd recommend reserving a site.
My Verizon coverage was good.
We would return. - AluminumCloud
Mar 2016 - $25.00
The park is not policed after each camper. We found our site dirty and trash in the fire ring. The people working here are very unfriendly and do not seem to do anything.
The people across from us left and their fire was not completely put out and it began to smolder. The camp host drove by and did nothing, we went and put it out ourselves. Don't think we will return here. - Texan58
Apr 2015 - $26.00
Stayed one night the second weekend in April. The site was very level, had a picnic table, fire ring, grill and pole for hanging a light. The site was shady and clean but the bathrooms were not well maintained. - Texas_P_Pod
Jul 2011 - $19.00
We stayed here for access to Round Top Festival Hill (great music). Very pleasant park, great shade, relatively easy set up. Our space wasn't quite level and had small over hanging tree limbs, but great space between camp sites. Lake access really just at the swimming area, unless you want to fish from the overgrown bank. RV spaces are very limited in this area. We looked at Dixie Land and decided to stay here instead...more shade! great restaurant "Oaks" in Warrenton not far away and good breatkfast at Orsak's in Fayetteville. We'd stay here again. - jpatt
Feb 2016 - $32.00
Although we had to wait a while until the office opened over the lunch hour, check was easy and fast. Sites are a little narrow, but all are pull through. This state park has sewer which most do not although sewer inlet is 3-4 inches above ground level which makes dumping a little inconvenient. Only 30 amp in our site but utilities are easily accessible. Restrooms and showers, while a little dated, were clean. Sites are well separated and level. Many walking trails and good birding opportunities. We have been here before and will return. - starwind
Jan 2016 - $22.00
Nice park, mostly quiet (they were repairing the entrance bridge and ran the pile driver into the night). Great sites, all level, all drive thru, full hook ups. Some of the trails were closed due to obstacles. Only complaint regards esthetics. Fallen trees everywhere. Wish they would let you gather fallen wood. Nice fires and cleaner appearance for the parks. - rcheathtx
Dec 2015 - $22.00
This state park has full hookups and large sites. As a previous post stated the more private sites are on the outside of the loop, but none of the sites are truly private. They do mow a large section around each site, which is great as some parks barely mow around the picnic area. Would love to see a little under growth between the sites for privacy. Beware the water pressure is low and it fluctuates at times to very low. The way the sewer pipe is done makes it hard to completely drain your sewer hose. The park host mentioned that they are in the process of going through the RV sites and trimming up the trees, which is needed as I was not able to pull through the pull thru site because of low hanging limbs. Note that after heavy rain some of the sites have large puddles of standing water. As others have mentioned the bridge into the park is being rebuilt so there is a little detour. Nice hiking trails, but most of them were closed because of being flooded. Great birding area, but the mesquitos were so bad that I could not stay at the wildlife viewing for being eaten alive. There is shopping and restaurants nearby in Sealy and Katy. We camped here in a travel trailer. Would definitely stay here again when in the area. If the sites had more privacy and there was good water pressure I would give this park a 9. - MelindaK