16 RV Parks near Bellmead, Texas
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bellmead. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bellmead in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $42.00
We stayed at this park for one night. It was clean & quiet with plenty of space between sites. The owner is amazing and very hands on. He came into our RV & setup our cable and was so nice. - D-C Kennedy
Mar 2018 - $50.00
In our 40 years of camping we have never been treated as shoddily as we were by the park owner. It was so very disheartening. Never again will we visit Waco even though we visited every year. We will continue on to San Antonio. We have a new Jayco Whitehawk travel trailer and were prepared to stay a week. That did not happen due to the short tempered illogical behavior of the owner. I will not go into the details but the highlights are never returning my call about reservations, irritated about our 3500 Dodge Ram diesel running on a 90 degree day yelling for us to cut the gd truck off (I was in the truck) and then realizing it wasn't our vehicle but one behind us, no apology either. That is the tip of the iceberg but I think that's enough for now. The one thought about the campground is the noise. I-35 is described as close by but it's right in your camp site almost. Too noisy! There is a road way in front of campground and in the rear of campground. Not cohesive to having some nice quiet time for relaxing. Park owner needs to take some courses in anger management. Sewer connections are in the back of the camper when they should be on the side to eliminate using extra sewer connections. - Beverley Shifflett
Mar 2018 - $42.00
This was just a one night stay for us on 3/24. Park was fine, location is fine, utilities worked fine. Owner is hard working and hands on but runs the park rather loose for me. I called him several days prior & made a reservation for a pull thru. When we arrived he led me to my back in?? I said but I had reserved a pull thru & he replied "yeh everyone wants a pull thru". He gave me a choice between the only two open sites and both were back in. I unhooked & we had a nice evening & hooked up again the next morning and left. I can only assume owner takes reservations but doesn't truly keep any records. I should feel fortunate I suppose the park could have been completely full. If I come through here again I'll likely choose another park. We camped in a 44' motorhome. - Two Jayhawks
Sites: 200 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Oct 2017 - $1.00
Stayed here while working an event in October the last few years. Lots of 50,30,20 amp FHU sites, some just water & elec. All utilities work great. Being right in Waco: lots of OTA TV. It's wide open so satellite reception also good. Cell and data service is good, but can slow considerably during events, so be prepared for that! Great RV site while attending an event. - dmkimm
Aug 2015 - $1.00
We didn't actually stay here. We wanted to but when we arrived we approached the office and were advised that they did not allow the general public to camp here. Their RV facilities are purely for events that are being held in the complex. Thought we had better make this observation so that no one else turns up expecting to just camp at any time. - KiwiRVer
Nov 2010 - $20.00
We like to stay at fairgrounds because there is lots of room to move around in a big rig towing a big trailer plus fairgrounds don't have lots of amenities that we don't use and don't pay for. This was a great fairgrounds but "checking in" was ridiculous, clearly the left hand had no idea what the right hand was doing. There were many pull thrus on level hard asphalt and/or dirt. Many Back in against fences. Most sites were water and varied electric (30 or 50 amp). Also there are vast areas to walk a dog. We would stay here again. There is a lot to do in the Waco area and this is a good location to do them from. - tpw0607
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Very tidy park, loads of shade. Sites are level, partially paved. Laundry room is clean, didn't use restroom or showers. WiFi and TV are great. We arrived early on Sunday, no one in the office but a maintenance worker told us to pick a spot and park, which was fine. Office opened at 1 p.m. There is a reasonably-sized dog park. No poop bags supplied, we always have our own, so no problem. Park is quiet, many permanent residents but not tacky trailer trash types. - FirstErin
Nov 2017 - $30.00
Letting too many full timers stay and they are ruining the RV parks by being unkept, trashy, unruly and management seems to do nothing. - H Russell
Nov 2017 - $30.00
The interior roads need attention. The site was gravel. No picnic table or fire ring. Full hookups worked fine. The cable TV and WiFi were excellent. The laundry room had 4 dryers and 4 washers. The room was clean and all but one dryer worked fine. The pool looked nice but was closed because we were here off season. There was a large dog run area that was nice to have. - Melodycthomas
May 2017 - $30.00
We called the owners wife to inquire about occupancy after issues with another park in Waco. She was very accommodating and told us we could check in that day. We drove to the park and chose a back in spot close to the river, plenty of shade and hookups worked well. There was a weather issue a few weeks later, which was no fault of the park. We sustained minor damage and moved to a pull in spot. The owners gave us half off of our rent for the inconvenience of having to move. This was not expected , but greatly appreciated. This park is not new, but we had no issues driving on the road by the pool to our pull in spot. The grass was not level, but setting up a few boards both under the leveling jack and the mat outside our door did the trick. The pool is clean and was welcoming in the hot spring heat. Unlike some other parks, this one truly cares about its customers. Any issues we had would be directed to the owners and they were dealt with promptly. We are planning on going back in September for another 6 weeks! - awh825
May 2017 - $27.00
Other than the fact that they had 50 amp service, sewer and water and a pool (which we didn't use) I really disliked this park. From the moment we pulled in I thought about leaving. We had to call a number to find someone to find us a site. I had called in advance. The owner was very pleasant and said her husband should be around somewhere. He was checking someone else in at the moment. Sure enough he came and asked if we could back our rig up. I told him his wife said we could have a pull through, then he said there was one left. We had to drive down around the pool, and someone else had done that and nearly took out their pool pump which was at the edge of the road. There were huge ruts we were trying to avoid, and boards on the other side of the road. When we got to the spot it was quite a bit uphill, but then a narrow, fairly level pad, long enough for us to leave our truck hooked up. HOWEVER, the pad was so narrow that we had to get out an extra step to get up our steps, it was quite a dropoff into grass that needed mowing. There were also poop land mines from dogs that hadn't been picked up. The services worked well. Someone was playing loud music till we fell asleep, then at 2:20 am a very LOUD train woke me up. The trains started up again around 5 am. From the well written description about this campsite, all of which appears to be true, just left out a lot, I was expecting a brand new campground. This one is rough around the edges. The owner's husband told us "see that building over there, there's a gold slot to put your money in". I had asked the owner about a discount for military or aarp or anything, and was told she would give me the 10% off, but I didn't expect to have to put cash in a slot. I thought $30 less the $3 was way overpriced for this park. Also, there is a pipeline buried just feet from the campers, and there was some animal (dog, coyote?) howling in the night. - Ginny H
Mar 2018 - $42.00
I called the park for reservations and was told I had to make them online. But - you can't get a Good Sam discount online. I called back and was told that, if I wanted the $3 discount that bad, to come in with out reservations. Well, alrighty now! This park says it is Waco but truly it is Elm Mott. It is still only about 10 miles from Magnolia Market. They advertise free breakfast. However, the ladies work for tips so I don't call that free. The park is huge with large, level sites. Be forewarned, no matter what rv park you stay at in this area, you will be listening to race car warm ups on Thursdays and race track noises on Friday. We stayed two nights. - Let'sGo!
Mar 2018 - $38.00
Some concrete and some gravel sites...EXCELLENT dog park. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very convenient to all tourist spots, Magnolia, Texas Ranger museum, shopping. Well lit. My dogs get up very early so I always like a well lit park at night to walk them. I felt safe here. Even has a free driving range, and free breakfast. Just tip the cook. - Wanda Page
Mar 2018 - $42.00
The park has long sites the spaces. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. The spaces average width. The park services are fine. The WiFi is excellent. We found it a good place to stay to see the Waco area. It is close to I-35 and does have road noise. - JDR
Apr 2018 - $24.00
We just finished a 3 night stay at this campground. Pros: great location, when visiting the sights in Waco. Rangers are very, very nice. Our site was a pull-through with an amazing view. Cons: campground has seen better days. Some areas are very worn. During our visit, the bathhouse was filthy and the showers did not work (the ranger said they were in between cleaning contracts). This campground can experience some really strong winds. Our guess is because the sites are on the lake. Two of the three nights, we had gusts of 35 mph. Not the park's fault, but it does make for a very rough night sleep. We had a beautiful view, close proximity to the sites in Waco, 50amp service and water with a pull-thru site...all for $24/night. Property is very quiet. We were very happy with our stay. 8.5 out of 10 for us. - atlantafamilyof4
Apr 2018 - $14.00
This is a nice COE park in a great location to explore the Waco area. It has 24 RV water/electric sites and 25 RV FHU sites, screened shelters and tent sites spread out over four sections of the campground. We stayed in site 64, a fairly level FHU pull through site with lovely panoramic views of Lake Waco. Site was clean and nicely raked with a covered patio, large metal picnic table, barbecue pit and fire ring. Nice spacing between sites and the interior roads were good. The park also has a nice boat ramp and many parking areas for visitors. We really enjoyed being able to fish literally steps out of our door. Bathroom/shower area was older and lacked hand soap but was fairly clean when we arrived on Friday. However, they became a filthy mess over the Easter weekend and beyond (someone even defecated in the men's urinal). No one came to clean them all week. The toilets shoot water out of the bowl when flushed onto the walls and floors, so take care. The dumpster next to our site was overflowing and not emptied all week, so garbage was blown everywhere. When we expressed concern over the bathroom and dumpster situation to the campground host, he just shrugged us off and said it's the public's fault, and it's not his job to take care of the facilities and dumpsters. So, my husband cleaned one of the bathrooms so that we could actually use it. This is not acceptable in my opinion. The gate entrance/exit is very tight (watch your mirrors!) and locks at 10:00 p.m. with no admittance, so plan accordingly. Also, there are no laundry facilities here. We were able to get about 25 OTA channels and Verizon signal was excellent. Being next to an airport you do get plane noise, but it was intermittent and didn't bother us. As others have stated, signage to the park is poor. I used Google Maps beforehand to ensure we would arrive at the correct entrance. Overall, we enjoyed this park and would probably return, and hope that the park addresses these issues. - RVIN 24-7
Apr 2018 - $12.00
Paved roads and pads with pea gravel patio areas. Others in full view but widely spaced. Park has 8 screen shelters, 19 tent sites, 25 E/W sites and 28 E/W/S sites with a boat launch. Many sites are on the lake and there are a few pull-thrus. Lots of trees but most sites have a good look at the southern sky for satellite TV. Really a great campground for the price. Be sure to turn off Skeet Eason Road at the "Airport Park" sign (doesn't mention camping) so you don't have to turn around as we did. - Appleknocker
Apr 2018 - $12.00
This park was certainly nice enough although the roads were being worked on and were hard to navigate and bumpy. We were easily able to find where we wanted to go. However, the bathrooms were deplorable. I took a bird bath in our camper after going into them. I looked in every one and found rusted floors from the metal thrash can, crumbled and missing concrete several places in the floor, questionable cleanliness, grass tracked in all over the floor. I even went into the handicapped bathroom. That would be bad if a truly handicapped person entered, set up their supplies, only to discover NO handle on the shower. There were even vise-grip marks where someone tried to use it. In addition, the first sign points to the right toward the marina. We drove around for 20 minutes, finally called the marina to find how to get to the RV park. I don't think I would use again if other lake parks were available. - MickeyCathyBryant
Oct 2017 - $12.00
The front gate couple were very helpful. This park has a beautiful setting. On the lake, grills, fire pits, covered tables and asphalt pads. The asphalt pads have grass growing in the cracks. This destroys the asphalt. Our site was dirty, lots of small trash items in the grass, gravel on the asphalt pad (they rake the gravel around the tables onto the pad), and muddy pad when it rained. The exit road has deep pot holes. The restrooms were broken (no water in one stall, doors would not close because the hinges needed tightening) and no soap.
The grass was growing over the sidewalks and pads. Dumpster lids were open and attracted flies. Because of the location and price we would stay here again. This could be so much nicer with a little attention to detail. - Beas
Apr 2017 - $12.00
We stayed here for one week in a fifth wheel, enjoyed our stay. The sites are well separated and private although there are few trees, mostly grassy areas. The restrooms are a fair distance from the sites, but we did not use them. The dump site is difficult to use as the connections are on a raised concrete platform, difficult to use if you are using a tote. - estegw
Apr 2018 - $14.00
This park is on Lake Waco, on the west side of the city of Waco. It is just a few minutes west of I35. Most of the sites in this smaller park are back-in, 30 amp, water/electric sites. Several offer nice views of the lake. Most are shady, with covered picnic tables. There are a few "double-wide" sites in which two RVs share a spot that has two electric/water hookups. Also, a few have fairly steep ramps. Most of these sites are very long - long enough for any RV. There is one row of pull-through, 50 amp, full hookup sites. All of these have covered picnic tables. The sites are a bit closer together but not unreasonably so. Honestly, these aren't the best sites in the park. The reason is that they are located along the Highway 6 frontage road. This is a busy expressway with lots of traffic. The road noise is pretty much constant, 24 hours a day. Also, people with really big rigs might want to know that making the turn to drive into these pull-throughs is rather tight. There's a small, but nice playground and big boat ramp. The roads are excellent. Our Verizon had a solid 4G signal and I had no problem getting my TV satellite signal. That might not be true in some of the more wooded sites. - nazpaz
Mar 2018 - $12.00
Very nice park and very roomy sites. Close to the city of Waco. - Seemore
Feb 2018 - $14.00
We only stayed one night driving through Waco to San Antonio. Our site was one of the pull thrus closest to the road and there was some road noise. The sites had picnic tables that were under cover. Between our GPS misdirecting us and road construction right outside the park arrival was somewhat challenging. We were an end site and getting out was a tight turn. However, this park was a great deal for the price. I would stay here again if driving through. - lce3
Nov 2017 - $34.00
We had a confirmed site reserved and the day of the arrival, they moved us almost on the road. That meant someone else wanted our site and they gave it to them. Very poor business practice. Our site was a pull through, but with a rig our size, it is not good to do that since it was on the end in a curve of the road. Had to do some major jostling to get in in position. No sewer cap. Luckily we have pads to put under the levelers or we we would have pushed through the two inches of gravel into the mud. Won't stay here again. - Mleeder
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Our stay at Flat Creek Farm was by happenstance. All our first choice campgrounds, which were COE on Lake Waco, were closed due to flooding. We were able to snag a few nights at Flat Creek Farm but not as many as we wanted. The campgrounds that were not closed due to flooding were booked pretty solid from taking in all us displaced campers.
Power was excellent, water pressure good, Verizon service was strong and the campground WiFi was so-so. Even with a WiFi booster it was tough to stay connected. A couple of times I had to give up and switch to my jetpack to complete what I was doing.
Previous posts talk about the odd parking arrangements. We had one of these and it had the nose of our 5th wheel really close to the nose of our neighbor's 5th wheel. Luckily our neighbor was on a monthly plan and only there on weekend days, so we only saw them on the day of our arrival.
Landscaping is well done and cared for. Sites are gravel and level with grassy space between neighbors on the camper door side. No fire pit, no grill and no table. And they are very protective of their grass, no mats are allowed. Really nothing is allowed on the grass.
The office was not staffed the entire time of our three day stay. They were good at responding to the over-the-web registration and when I called the phone number I was given on my check-in email, they answered promptly.
Not as affordable as a COE campground but very nice. I would stay here again if lower cost options are not available. - jperry29
Jun 2016 - $35.00
The park is mostly permanent resident, but to us that's not a problem if it's clean and this one is. The only downgrade is you have to do reservations via internet, never saw the owners or hosts, but no problems. Kind of odd setup with side by side pull this, but they generally work OK. Overall nice park. Moving to this area so probably will stay here again. - 7 on the road
Apr 2018 - $10.00
Everything I want in a COE park. Great lake views, nice staff, rustic setting, senior discount. The park was clean. It is about 8-10 miles to town. On our last morning, we found the water was shutoff for repairs. Fortunately this did not pose an inconvenience for us. Backing into the site was a little tricky because of low hanging branches. - Lizzie Bliss
Aug 2013 - $20.00
This park is old and not a typical COE that I have visited over the years. Lots of shade by the Cedar scrub trees. Lots of bugs especially spiders. Webs are created by the minute. Great Lake views, some covered concrete picnic tables. Not maintained at all. Bathrooms are bug infested, hot, and they are pit toilets. Great place if you are going to boat and so use the day resources around the corner. Its an OK place for a couple days. Oh, and Electrical was pretty low voltage wise. We had campers next door and when their air conditioner came on and my air was on the voltage went to less than 108 volts. I can only image if there were any more campers on the same circuit. Will go back but will be well prepared with bug spray, brooms to knock down webs, plenty of candles, foggers, and a high pressure washer to wash the picnic tables, shelter, and concrete slab off before we use it. - Gearitis