1 Park near Bellville, Texas
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 2014 - $20.00
This park is used for our district rally each year. The park is about the same as it was in 2011 when my wife and I came for our first rally. A lot of projects started but not finished. The park is quite plain jane, although it does have full hook ups. It is not kid friendly. There are another 200 to 250 sites for mobile homes. There are a lot of oak trees throughout the park. Coushatte does offer wi fi to its long term residents, but I don't know the cost. Our camping chapter uses this park at least once a year. - Joceil
Dec 2012 - $24.00
First the bad because it far outweighs everything else. Bathrooms and showers should be condemned! Some work has been done on them but in four years only 'some' which amounts to some half installed tile, has been done. Everything here is dirty and needs a general scrubbing or demolition. Access is over a side road off a side road off a side road. The access road is used by the U.S. Army to test their new tanks and for practice IUD demolitions. Your roof air will shake loose if you drive more than 5 mph. Electricity is a little iffy so don't use too much. Wi-Fi is a joke at $ 5.00 per day. Ridiculous at best. There are no amenities so it is very quite because you are in the middle of nowhere. The good, cheap rate and the owners are super nice. - JWT