12 Parks near Atlanta, Texas
Jul 2015 - $16.00
This was our second time at this park within a year. It's nice and quiet, even when it's crowded. Sites are spacious. Lots of trees. New amphitheater platform is nice. There was quite a bit of flooding this trip, so trails were not as accessible. We just stayed one night because this was a half-way spot on our travels. - MT Nest
Mar 2015 - $16.00
We stayed March 22-29, lot 16. Excellent helpful staff. The park is beautiful, with nature everywhere you look. Gorgeous view of the lake. There is a lot of fallen timber that really should be cleaned up. Cell signal was excellent. We use a satellite dish for our TV. Dish placement was tricky, but we made it. Would for sure return for another visit. - TxBg
May 2013 - $16.00
The rangers and volunteers provide friendly service to go with the quiet natural setting. The pull-through sites are narrow, curved pads, parallel to the paved road. Towering trees provide plenty of shade and block satellite reception. AT&T phone reception was good, data signal was poor. The full hook-up utilities were good. A daily entrance fee or state park pass is required in addition to the camping fee. We would stay here again. - never settled
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
Jul 2015 - $28.00
We were in 50A full hookup site B18. Large, spacious site. Very popular park. Reservations for weekends required. - drfife
Jun 2015 - $12.00
This campground is on the shore of Lake Wright Patman. The lake itself is nearly 20 miles long and around four miles across and it has several great campgrounds along it's shore. Rocky Point is one of the good ones. The campsites are beautifully laid out: paved parking surrounded by big graveled pads, barbecue grills, a utility table, fire pit, and concrete picnic tables. All 124 campsites have electric and water. Several have 50 amps and a few offer sewer hookups. A large number of the sites overlook the lake, providing wonderful views, however none of the sewer sites are right on the lake. During busy times you'll probably need a reservation to snag a 50 amp, full hookup site. There's also a big boat ramp. One slight negative is the proximity of the paper mill at Domino, TX. When the wind blows from the east the smell is in the air and its an unforgettable smell. Happily, the mill is to the east and that's not the most common wind direction. Because the campground is nicely wooded I had to do a long coax run to a spot where I could get satellite TV. It seemed that no matter what I tried my Verizon cell signal fluctuated between 3G and 4G but, in general, I was able to get online without too much of a problem. This great campground is just a few minutes off of highway 59 and is a really nice place to stay. - nazpaz
Apr 2015 - $13.00
Very nice COE park. Pads level concrete with large crushed rock area around the fire ring and picnic table. We were in C-12 which is lake side. - jwindham
May 2016 - $12.00
The rate reflects a Federal Senior Pass discount of 50%. When we stayed here about half of the sites were flooded. Most of the other COE campgrounds on the lake were closed because of flooding. Even so, the campground was not full during the week. Most of the sites have some shade trees. We were able to get satellite through a hole in the trees at our site. We had very good Verizon data and voice. There is a gate attendant and the gate is locked during the night to give some security. However, during the day, there are a lot of lookers driving past. The lake is visible from most sites. Overall, the campground could be very nice, but it has a tired, sort of dirty look. It could use some help. There is a pump of some type near the campground which runs continually. If you are around site 16, you will be able to hear this pump very well, which we would find very annoying. The park, overall, was quiet during the week. Unfortunately, some of the longer term folks have put up lights that are very bright, so it is not dark at night. We would probably try to stay at one of the other COE campgrounds if in the area again. - TheJim
Nov 2014 - $12.00
The park was very clean. The gate attendant was friendly.
The weather was cool, but I fished from shore for a couple hours.
I enjoyed my stay though I had business in town.
I had a beautiful lake front lot. It was quiet and peaceful.
I will camp here again if business calls in this neck of the woods. - esqtds
Sep 2011 - $10.00
This is a fair corps park. It has good sites with full hookups if needed. While it is nice to have trees totally around you - it is not good for satellite reception. So if you need to watch TV you might want to select a site, if you can find one, without trees. The bathrooms were grungy and typical campground type of surroundings. Fortunately it had rained so we didn't have to smell any campfires. - bostonblackie
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
Oct 2015 - $26.00
Beautiful campground on Wright Patman Lake. Large spacious sites with water and 50 amp power. Clean and well maintained. Some pull-throughs. Boat ramps available, shore fishing allowed. Great place to kick back and relax. Stayed two nights and wished we had time for more. - Merry Camper
Sep 2012 - $20.00
This is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers campground. Nice, big, roomy, and clean sites. The lake is just a few yards away. This is the quite side of the lake. All paved roads and gravel level sites. The staff is very friendly. - Traveling Fool
Jun 2012 - $14.00
This park is primarily for full time residents. Sites are randomly spread around with no real site designations. The rest rooms were filthy - a sign said you had to remove your own used toilet paper - yuck. Wifi was not working and some of the electrical outlets were mounted on trees. It was quiet, but not one I would recommend. - bostonblackie
Mar 2012 - $9.00
Wonderful Christian RV park. No drugs, no alcohol allowed. Plenty of huge oak shade trees, or option for full sun. Very accommodating. A few full timers, very friendly. Owner lives on the property. We loved this quiet, peaceful park. - Tex&Claudia
Dec 2011 - $14.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this quiet park. Not a lot of amenities, but so pleasant that we decided to stay an extra night under the tall oaks. Wireless was excellent. The park hosts a bluegrass festival twice a year, but in December it is just a simple, out of the way place to stay. The friendly resident cat helped check us in, then walked me around the place, showing off his park. All in all, a delightful surprise. - neimuexx
Aug 2016 - $13.00
I gave this park a top rating because it usually is. One of our favorite. We were lucky to get in. It just reopened a coupe weeks ago. Last years rains flooded almost the entire park with probably 20 to 30 feet of water over most of the camping area. Two areas stayed above water and are now open with full hookups. The cleanup is going to take some time. The water is still over a few of the camp sites. Truly heartbreaking. Nice quiet park with lots of space between sites and most of the D and E loops which are now open are in shade. - 1texan
Apr 2016 - $13.00
Such a quiet and picturesque place. Deer wandering thru the area and the lake just a stroll away. Full hookups for $13 a night with the National Parks Senior Pass.
Be aware that due to the flooding in Texas in 2015 and more heavy rains this spring (2016) the park is partially flooded and all the lakefront sites in the "A" area will be closed until at least December. Stays are being limited to 14 days in any 30. Roads in the park are also closed and a longish diversion (Well Marked} is required to get to the campground. DO NOT take Clear Springs Road off the main road as the railroad crossing will hang up a long RV. - Brian n Barbara
Oct 2015 - $13.00
This is a beautiful park. Sites are paved and level. There are both full hook-up and W & E. If you choose the full hoop-up be aware that the sewer is at the very back of the site. Depending upon where your outlet is, you could need up to 30 feet of hose. There is a state park also on the lake but I wouldn't waste my time. We visited but not that great. Downside of this park is that there isn't much to do other than a short trail or fishing. But it's a great place to just relax and enjoy. - 1texan
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Very clean and well organized. Due to a bad storm the day we arrived there was some debris and a big tree down but the park is well maintained. A few miles off of I-30 so no highway noise and the sign for the park cannot be missed so it's easy to find. The sites are nice and level and a small concrete patio is available but no picnic tables which was ok for us. I'd rather have the patio that helps to keep the dirt out of the coach as you go in and out. Not sure I'd pay the full price but it was well worth the PA rate and we will certainly stay here again. - tb919
Jun 2016 - $18.00
Quick overnight on way to Florida. Friendly staff. Gravel and concrete slots. Full amenities right next to Highway 59. Great for overnight. - rvjubilee
May 2016 - $20.00
This park was very clean including the rest rooms that were spotless. The sites were level side to side, but generally ran uphill, and the hook ups centrally located. - Al and Anne-Marie
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Park is extremely well maintained and all the hook ups worked well. Paved roads and pads sites with well maintained grass. Not much for kids which is a plus for us. Sites are a nice size. We will certainly stay again and I would recommend this park to anyone. - Razin Kane
Jul 2016 - $31.00
We stayed here as an overnight stop. It was off I-30 a bit, but not a bad drive on or off the highway. Our route took us past a Walmart neighborhood market and a few fast food joints and fuel. This was a very clean and accessible park with paved, level sites with full hookup at every site. It was very easy to get our 43.5ft 5th wheel in and setup as well as back out in the morning. Campfires are not allowed, but wasn't a big deal since it was an overnight stop. Picnic tables at each site are nice and new aluminum-type. Cable was available but didn't work at our site; There were about 20 clear channels available OTA w/antenna. - Rv warrior
Jun 2016 - $27.00
Stayed here 3 nights during June and it was the first time ever. Park is extremely well maintained. Great full hookups. Some of the trees are getting large so watch where you park so slides will not hit them. We had a great pull thru. Does have some traffic noise since you are near highway 67. Will stay again. - Robert and Monica