15 Parks near Anderson, Texas
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Anderson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Anderson in the left hand column.
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This is a small but very nice park. Sits in a rural setting and close to the town of Navasota for Antique shopping, Groceries, and restaurants. Private stocked pond on site for fishing. Quiet atmosphere with some full timers in the park but has lots of space so you don't feel crowded. There are no concrete pads but it is a pull through and the ground is solid with grassy areas and trees. Owners are very nice and helpful. There is a pavilion for covered eating or gathering area. - Brokenspoke380
Mar 2016 - $10.00
Great value for an overnight stop. Easy access and satisfactory sites. Does have some long term folks and next to highway. With bedroom fan noise was not annoying. Did hear a train several times. Would stay again when passing through. - pwdorris
Oct 2016 - $40.00
This park is not for people looking for a resort. It is a quiet park, despite being right off the highway. Most lots are on a hill but we had no issues leveling our trailer. We are full timers and the majority of the park seems to be the same. There is only one lot I would consider to be an eyesore. There is no grass in our spot, just dirt and leaves but there is plenty of shade. Each lot has its own modem, so there is no sharing of Internet. The lot rent is inclusive of electricity, cable TV, Internet, water and sewer. Laundry is available on site. There is only one restroom with shower per gender. Propane available on site. Management has been very helpful. There is a pond on site for fishing, no swimming or boats. - Splendid
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Not very well kept, ground is terrible, have fun leveling out your rig. The driveway alone leading into the park will send everything flying off of your countertops. The owner is hard to get along with and will chase you down if you drive even a millimeter over 3 miles per hour. Fishing in the pond is almost impossible without getting hung up as he has dumped trees in it. It is quite a ways out of town but the neighbors to the park are noisy and you can hear the cars on the speedway every weekend bright and early. The highway is also very noisy. - Abrad12
Jan 2010 - $38.00
Pro's: Hosts were friendly and the setting with lots of trees was nice. Con's: The park appeared to be mainly for permanent residents. We were the only short-timer there. Site wasn't particularly level (had to put blocks under wheels). We only stayed one night, but I think a Wal-Mart would have sufficed and been a lot cheaper. - Barker
Jan 2014 - $40.00
The park is older and almost all sites are permanent residents. The road had many potholes and it didn't help it was raining creating a huge mud mess. The bathroom and shower were clean, but management decided not to supply toilet paper or paper towels due to theft. Also, there was no shower curtain. We did not use the laundry facilities. The sites available were very close together. There was internet service and it was okay. If stopping only for a day or two the location is good, but I personally would not stay any longer. Be warned the noise from the highway is very noticeable and loud. The rate reflects myself, wife and 4 children. - Mayonnaise Farmer
May 2013 - $32.00
Nice park. It is a mature park with many trees and grass; there are permanent to semi permanent residents. The gentleman who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. Lot was nice and level on gravel. Had cable and WI-FI. We stayed for one night. Will stay here again. I suggest calling ahead and making a reservation because it is near the race track, Texas A & M, and other event locations. - topperdan
Nov 2011 - $32.00
Enjoyed our usual stop here. Always call ahead to check on college/race track crowd. Wi-Fi worked well as we were near the office. Laundry is nice, but be sure to check machines as workers had made messes in the past. Shower/restrooms still very nice and roomy. Park is "For Sale" as owners had to retire. I'm keeping fingers crossed it stays open and improves. - Charles66
May 2011 - $1.00
Kelly's Pond is a primitive campground in the Sam Houston National Forest. There are no 'ponds' anymore -- the drought has made them mud holes. However, this is the entrance to the Multi-Vehicle trails in the NF. There are 9 picnic tables, grills and lantern hooks available for tents. In addition, you can pitch a tent or park your self-contained RV anywhere along the road or within the perimeter of the forest. There were a lot of dirt-bike riders and trailers when I went. There are also a lot of hiking/biking trails if you have kids that have BMX bikes. There is no charge for Camping; but a $5/day for usage of the multi-vehicle trails only. - happybooker1
Dec 2016 - $48.00
This is a very large park with two dog parks, one very large one and one small one on opposite sides of the park. There are several ponds with a lighted walkway on one of them, a large recreation area with a sports court, jump pillows (which I've never seen before), a playground, and an indoor pool. As others have mentioned, there is quite a curb to get over to get into your site. There are only three bath houses, which seems too few for such a large park. During the day it seems they guide you to your site. We arrived after-hours, and it was a bit difficult to find our site in the dark. The staff has been helpful and courteous. We will probably stay here again if we are in the area. - barrettjl
Nov 2016 - $46.00
We've stayed here many times and love it. Sites are roomy and level. All concrete. Staff is always courteous and helpful. Restrooms/showers are clean and always in working order. Two good-sized dog parks. There's a little general store on-site, and tons of stuff in nearby Conroe and Montgomery. Not a woodsy, outdoorsy type of campground, more of a resort. They also have a pool, hot tub, lots of kids activities, but I've never used them. The facility is very large, so it's easy to get a good walk in after dinner. I think cable TV is available, but you're close enough to Houston to get most networks over the air. - Quartermoon
Jun 2016 - $47.00
Stayed for two nights in a 40' 5th wheel while visiting friends in the area. Front desk folks were friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Sites and roads are all paved, but the roads need some work and have some serious potholes. Site was plenty long enough for 5er and truck. Utilities clean and functional, although the sewer connection was far enough away that I had to dig out my sewer extension hose for the first time in 10 years! We actually liked the park a lot, but downgraded for the condition of the road and the VERY slow (almost unuseable) WIFI - seems that's the case in almost every park we visit these days. - FireFlyer
May 2016 - $38.00
Arrived on a Sunday to find the office closed and nothing left for us. A park resident came to our rescue and it was normal for a Sunday and we should just pick a site. When we made the reservation we were told we would be in site 111. When we arrived it was occupied and we took site 110.
This is a combined storage units, business units and RV park. It appears that the majority of sites are occupied by permanent residents. The grass hadn't been cut in weeks. The Wi-Fi is essentially non-existent as it took multiple tries to get connected and was the slowest I have experienced in years. - Rd yacht
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Stayed at this park for 1 year. Very clean and new facilities. Good WiFi throughout the park. Very nice laundry room with adjacent TV room. Monthly rate + very reasonable electrical rate. Very quiet farm road, just 5 mins outside of town. I would stay here again for a night or a year. - Gulf Coast Time
Feb 2016 - $36.00
One year old park, very clean, on rural road so very quiet. Concrete pads; leveling is no issue. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Only drawback is spaces are fairly close together and no trees. Could be really hot in summer. - Sadiesmom
May 2011 - $10.00
Stubblefield is in the Sam Houston National Forest. They have tent pads and some longer 'driveways' for RV's. No hookups, but bath houses and showers stalls are provided in two buildings at opposite ends of the loop. Very nice, quiet, shady area to enjoy nature in. Plenty of fishing in the area as it borders Lake Conroe. You can launch your canoe or kayak right from the bank at the CG. They don't take reservations, but if you go and they are full, there is an overflow area (grassy meadow) just east of the park across the bridge and on the left. Good for a nice, quiet getaway! - happybooker1
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Staff was extremely rude!! Would not recommend this place to anyone!! Went to an RV park a short distance away and was informed they get plenty of their business because of how rude management is there! WOULD NEVER recommend this place to anyone!!! Shame on them!! - J Moncrief
Dec 2015 - $29.00
Weekly rate. Very good park in a generally great location. Central to most things you might want to access in College Station. Well kept up. Pretty much level concrete pads. OK wifi, need a box (provided) for cable, solid electric, good water pressure. Very friendly, helpful staff.
I've got my own bath/shower but no laundry is a minor downside for us. Then there are the specifics of a generally great location. The park wasn't done any favors when the overpass was put in. The only direct access is to the west and north (take 2818 not 6). Watch your gps, google puts the entrance on the highway not the frontage road. Once there, access to the University / Bush Library is straightforward but getting to/from anywhere else in town is not. Small price to pay for the benefits tho. - fulltimer121
Aug 2015 - $40.00
We had asked for a pull thru since we didn't want to unhook. We were late getting in (compounded by missing the turn-off the first time - no signs at all, and not easy to turn around!), but our information was taped on the door. They had given us two sites together to make a long pull thru (19 and 25). This would normally be fine, but the sites were not level to each other, so we ended up having to unhitch anyway. I can't imagine what it's like on football weekends, since most of the rigs appear to be full time, but only used for games! Location is excellent - right in town. Park was clean and well kept. - nancyj
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is a small park that's off the beaten track in College Station so there's very little highway noise. It's close to Texas A&M and restaurants/stores in the ares. They are not a Good Sam participating park but agreed to extend the 10% discount to us as Good Sam members. The sites were fairly level crushed asphalt/stone sites with little to no shade. The wifi signal was intermittent and at times unavailable. There are picnic tables at each site.
There is one men's and one women's bathroom/shower facility at the front office. The fixtures are new and they overall cleanliness was good.
We stayed for four nights which included the weekend when Texas A&M had a home game. There was a site near us with a very large group of noisy college fans who lit a campfire and sat around it talking loudly until 3 a.m. We complained to the owner who doesn't live on site but said he would address the issue. He apparently did not talk to the group as they were once again very loud the next night. We had to sleep with our air conditioner on and windows closed to drown out their noise.
Beware of staying here during college football games! - CurtJudy
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We came from Texas Rt 21 to Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. There are two very tight right turns in a residential area between the Pkwy and N Dowling Rd. Suggest one continue east on the Pkwy past Holiday RV Park direct to N Dowling. Due to its location away from main highways, we expected quieter traffic. Until later that night, there was plenty of high speed noisy traffic on N Dowling. There were several fire hose locations located throughout the park. Never seen that before. This was our first stop in a College Station RV Park in our annual trip to and from the Texas Rio Grande Valley. The cost of $40 was 30% higher than other RV Parks we stayed at this trip. It could be the premium was due to this location, which we'll avoid in the coming years. Strong WiFi signal was 20 Mbps download with approximately 20% occupancy. - BobatRetama
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is a new park, officially open for about 5 weeks, according to one of the owners. They are not a Good Sam participating park but agreed to extend the 10% discount to us as Good Sam members. There are a few large trees, but most of the fairly level crushed asphalt/stone sites have small, recently planted trees that will eventually provide shade. The wifi was strong in our site (6). There are picnic tables at each site and a communal fire pit and a nice picnic pavilion, both with chairs.
We weren't given a park map. There is one bathroom/shower facility at the front office. It appeared clean at first glance, probably because it is new, since a closer look found hair in the sinks and showers along with people's shampoo bottles and bars of soap, dirty floors and shower mats, and the trash wasn't emptied between Friday afternoon and Sunday morning. The shower/bathrooms are very close to and easily accessible from a busy public road--the facility is not gated--and the bathroom entry doors are open 24/7. Each roomy site has a lighted pedestal but other than that, the park was dark enough and quiet enough for a good night's sleep. Highway noise was minimal. The park is close to TAMU and College Station amenities. The price seems average for the area, and the location was great for us. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Type B Sprinter camper van. - leorah