4 Parks near Brownwood, Texas
Nov 2010 - $23.00
Just a gravel parking lot along side the highway, this park offers nothing more than a place to overnight. Some large trees offer a bit of shade, but sites have no grass, tables, and are only identified by the hookups. Almost exclusively long term residents; we were the only transient RV during our stay. Free cable TV and good Wi-Fi, and Verizon cell was marginal and there was no aircard service. The manager was very friendly, and the park is convenient to shopping and dining in Brownwood. This is the only park in town, and next time we'll adjust our schedule to avoid overnighting in the area. - Meanderman
Jan 2009 - $25.00
This is a great little park. Have stayed here for 10 weeks, and it has been good. The manager is wonderful, and will accept mail and packages if you have them sent to the campground. We have a nice wide site, but some others are much smaller. We have cable in the back row, but only two sites in the back row have cable via a very long extension run across the road. - Alan B.
Apr 2007 - $23.00
This was the best park in the area; not a resort, but adequate. Right next to a highway that carries a fair amount of traffic during the day, but very little at night. Cable TV has limited channels and three sites share one access point, so you may need a long cable; however, the manager found one that she lent us. Cable was only available on the row closest to the highway. The manager was friendly and very nice. There is only one shower for males and one for females, but I only had to wait on one occasion. All sites are unpaved and fairly close together. We were in the park for about two weeks while working in the area and our rate reflects the weekly rate; the normal daily rate was $25. There were other campers in the area that appeared to be in the area because of work, but most left before or about the same time as us. No one appeared to be a long-term resident. We would stay in this park again. There is limited cell phone connectivity in the area. We were told that some small regional providers have managed to keep out the national providers. We were told by several local residents that ATT/Cingular, Sprint nor Verizon users are able to get a signal within a 30-mile radius of Brownwood. - Mejor4Nada
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Older campground with a number of old trailers & RVs with permanent residents. You will be under large old oaks. Campground is quiet & good for a one night stay. Manager is pleasant and very helpful. - Peter K
Jan 2016 - $20.00
Enjoyed our 2 day stay here in December. Very few campers other than us. Beautiful lake that allowed unlimited horsepower. Nice scenic walking trails throughout the park & along the lake . We had a major thunderstorm while there & water runoff was excellent. Lake level was high due to wet weather. Beautiful buildings built by the CCC. Showers clean but water drainage not designed properly so floor gets flooded outside shower area. Other than that, excellent campground. $4 entrance fee per person per day in addition to camping fees. Purchase a Texas Parks Pass & get free entrance for everyone in your vehicle plus camping discounts! - Rolling Regal
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Beautiful park with spacious sites, some down close to the lake while others are on higher ground somewhat overlooking the lake. Full hook ups are in Council Bluff loop (where we stayed) while the water/electric only sites are on the Willow Point loop. We got several over-the-air TV stations and our AT&T cell service was excellent (3 or 4 bars of LTE). There are a couple of fishing piers and day use areas to swim, picnic, etc.
There is almost nothing in the area around the park (one store), so bring all your supplies with you! However, this is a quiet, clean, gem of a park that we enjoyed and would certainly return to. - texasAUtiger
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Camped for 4 nights in a 43ft motor home so size, tree clearance and manuverability is key to our experience. Stayed in Council Bluff campground which fit our 3 needs perfectly. This campground also has full hookups. The campground is much higher and away from the water than the rest of the park, but several sites still have a beautiful view. The only complaint with Council Bluff is there is not much privacy when you are unlucky enough to get stuck with one of the inner loop sites. The outer loop appears to have more privacy. - nascarteamgordon