21 Parks near Caldwell, Texas
Jan 2017 - $36.00
Great RV Park, with nice hospitality. Stayed two nights in order to visit the area and check out TX A&M and the G.H.W. Bush Presidential Library & museum. Arrived on a Sat @12:00, prior to 1pm check-in and found office closed for lunch. Saw a billboard for a pecan farm just a few miles up the road and got there in time to take a tour. Check-in was friendly. Pool is not heated and is very small; BBQ grill is also available in the pool area. Sites were level and very spacious, with plenty of green space between each. Elec, cable & water hook-ups are all nicely located in a single, lighted pedestal. Game room, laundry and fitness center are located in one building, next to the office. There is a separate clubhouse with tables/chairs, sofas, TV and bathrooms. The bathhouse contains four keycoded, individual bathrooms, extremely clean. Could use some lights over the sink and a bit more counter space. Plenty of hooks and a bench is available. Access to Route 21, in either direction is easy due to a crossover across from the park's entrance. Wi-Fi was better than average, once I figured out the first letter of the user name was capitalized. Verizon coverage was good. No picnic table or fire rings at sites, although, there were covered picnic areas with charcoal grills. There is also a community fire pit. - Francesca B
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a brand-new park and possibly represents the parks we'll see in the future. The first thing you'll notice is no picnic tables, no fire pits or rings.
Believe me, the park looks great without them! There is lush green grass at every site. It is well mowed and very neat, unbroken by tables and fire rings. How often did you use either...when you traveled.
The majority of the park is long term employed, predominantly 5th wheels on back-in sites. The park holds 10-12 pull through sites for overnight travelers so they don't have unhook. The park is clean to almost prim, and all sites are well kept. The park rules on their brochure include a simply stated "Three strikes and you're out policy". The rules are followed. Everyone likes the owners and the results of the rules, so they don't need enforcement.
There is no Texas dust! The roads are double wide blacktop, the RV pads are level cement with blacktop aprons. The sites are very long. The site is half again as wide in the front. Once you are parked, this extra width will be your patio. The utilities are all part of a pagoda style pedestal and work well. Even the pedestal light works! There is lots of room around each site.
The cable is very good, sharp and clear. The Wi-fi works very well with a choice of three hot-spots.
There is a small, well maintained home style pool. Also a workout room with new equipment that actually works and is used. A game room with adult games e.g. air hockey, pool, etc. And, a laundry that is very big and clean. All three of these activity rooms pass one to the other and all are next to the office for ease of monitoring. There is also an Assembly Hall for family get togethers, potlucks and other activities.
The park is "L" shaped and a picnic shelter/pavilion is located at each end.
There are tables, grills and a big fire pit at each.
You'll see pictures on their website, it is a great park! - Jack B
May 2016 - $28.00
New park that has been open since around Oct-2015. Owners and family are hands on-constantly working-a few permanents but very well organized-everything works very good-Rural area within (1) mile of Caldwell. A good variety of eating places-Walmart etc-Cannot find any negatives about this place. - jc2
Dec 2013 - $35.00
Very rural but safe sites with shade in a pecan grove beside large pecan farm near College Station and Kyle Field. Access to the interstate. - rvpro290
May 2014 - $20.00
Had planned on staying here overnight but when I pulled in and drove through the CG I found it to be dirty with a lot of not very neat permanent rigs and dogs running loose or tied up outside with no one in sight. Decided to keep driving. - retiredhappy
Mar 2014 - $25.00
We have stayed here before. An OK overnight park. Cable TV is a little fuzzy and we couldn't get a Wi-Fi signal as we were too far from the office. We were in a pull-throug where you first come in. Train nearby but we didn't hear it at night. I would stay here again. - nedmtnman
Nov 2013 - $25.00
Great little campground for overnight. Easy in and easy out. Nice long, level, pull throughs. Internet adequate, lots of cable channels. We asked where we could get air for our RV tires and the owner brought over his own compressor so we could fill our tires. Very friendly, very nice guy. Would stop again for overnight. Lots of burrs though that bothered our dog, but I think that's common everywhere down here. - Rambling All Around
Feb 2017 - $25.00
No level spots, had to try a couple spots to find an electrical outlet that worked. No on-site manager. Money taken and key given by front desk of the Comfort Inn next door, No gravel, only dirt/grass and MUD. Dogs barking all night, RVs on site are mostly long term with lots of junk around sites. On-site roads are not paved nor gravel, just mud. Their site says cable and wifi and there were none. - wiredgeorge
Apr 2014 - $25.00
Pulled in late and knew it was a mistake. Couldn't get a reply at any other CG in area. Finally found office in very back. Nothing level in this park. So many people live here full time, lots of noise. Some of the neighbors were really far out. Seems like a party place. We stayed but won't again ever. I don't like dogging someone like this. I can say the front office lady seems like a good person. If I had to stop here again I would try staying at local Walmart. - JustDon
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Just ok for an overnight stop. Drives were dirt filled with potholes and no signage indicating which way to go, or where the office is. Our pull-thru site looked like a drive and was on dirt with a small cement patio, picnic table and a trash can at the site. Would stop again if nothing else and too tired to go on, but the $25 per night is too high for the surroundings and condition of the premises. - User2260
Apr 2016 - $7.00
If you are looking for paved roads, concrete sites with a pool and other high dollar amenities keep moving. If you want peace and quiet with a mix of pull thrus and backins with 30/50 electric, sewer and well water that is great right from the tap, then you want this park for a night, a week, or what ever. Owners live on site and very friendly and are always working around the park. Park host or owner will help you get set up. Some permanents but most have clean sites and park is quiet even though on state highway. Laundry and showers available if needed. Not much to do in town but an hours drive is Austin an other way is Bryan/College Station. If 65 or over ask for retired rates. You will be pleased. We were and glad we stayed for a month. Don't forget Snows BBQ on Saturdays. - xarmoreddriver
Jan 2016 - $25.00
We were passing through and needed a place for the night. This park is good for that! Full hookups are conveniently placed. Pull-through site. Super friendly and helpful staff. Far enough from the highway that noise wasn't a problem. Shower house is clean, supplied and the water is hot! Some of the park looks as though it could be a muddy place when it is raining, so watch for that ... - SeeTheUSA
Jan 2016 - $20.00
We camped at Lake Somerville State Park Birch Creek Unit in Park Host site 95. Officially, the park was still closed due to flooding, but they granted us a 2 night stay so we could complete our goal of camping at every Texas State Park with water and electric RV sites!. The staff was fantastic and welcoming. Most of the trails were closed, but the ones that were open to hiking were very good. They had nesting eagles in the park, but we did not see one. We will return when the flooding subsides. - drfife
Sep 2011 - $16.00
Similar to previous reviews, very pleasant, quiet, relatively well maintained, well laid out park. Very helpful park personnel, good room between spaces with privacy further provided by thick underbrush. Our space was paved, but narrow and short, barely room for our 27’ trailer and tow vehicle; also paving was in poor condition. Our space was level left to right, but slanted down front to back. Lots of shade in Post Oak loop (had to trim to keep wind from scraping limbs against RV at night), but not much shade in group trailer loop. Lake was very low during our visit and so hike to lake was long. Looks like good canoeing and kayaking up Yegua creek when water higher (canoes and kayaks rented in park). Over the air TV provided one local station. - jpatt
Aug 2010 - $16.00
Nice SP with several different trailer sections. Sites are not paved and most are not very deep. We have a 40' FW. Lake access is short walk from many spaces. We stayed in spot #4 with distant view of lake and only 30A service. Watch for trees overhanging roads. Many deer and fawns. - BBBT
Mar 2016 - $34.00
The kids and I stayed here for 2 weeks and had a good time in the area. Pads and the electric were fine. Parking our tow was a concern and management took care of that quick. - Selina Thomas
Oct 2013 - $25.00
This is a big park located on the shores of Lake Somerville. Although they offer a limited number of sites that serve 50 amp, all of those sites are located bunched-up close to the marina in the most undesirable part of the park. No internet service in our camping loop and no full hook ups either. The restroom and shower facility ranks as the worst I've ever experienced. We had great neighbors and during our stay, 3 nights total, we never saw anyone affiliated with the park patrol or even ride around our loop. I can only imagine if you get stuck next to a group whose idea of a camping weekend is different from yours....you are on your own. The picnic tables are unusable due to decay and lack of upkeep. Which is generally the problem with the entire park. They have 1 dump station and its located on your exit from the park and includes a tricky turn for medium to larger trailers, 5ers and motor-coaches. To complicate matters, once you've dumped the turn to exit the park is impossible to navigate with a large rig due to the positioning if the exit gates. That forces you to head back into the park and make another tour around the camping loop in order to get your rig positioned correctly to exit the park. Much better options available on the lake. We were forced to stay here due to the US Government Shut-Down that cancelled our reservation with the Corp of Engineers Park. - stlucia
Jun 2011 - $25.00
This campground while large, is unkempt. The covered fishing pier is filthy, the walls and ceiling and hand rails are layered in spider webs and inches of dirt and dust and insect larvae. We saw several large water snakes in the tires hanging on the posts in the water. The bathrooms and showers are disgusting. The water on this end of the lake is so rough due to the constant wind that you'll get soaked in a fishing boat. The cabins are basically shacks and appear boarded up from the outside. It turns out those are wood shutters on the inside of the windows. There are so many cobwebs and spiders on the outside of the buildings I can't imagine sleeping in them. This campground is in need of some serious attention. With a little TLC and a good powerwasher and some remodeling of the nearly un usable showers and restrooms, this could be a great family spot. - moacmom
Jun 2014 - $16.00
Nice park. We enjoyed the trails. The sites were nice sized. Gave us room to setup all of our "stuff." Bathrooms were okay ... I said clean because they were cleaned daily but some campers don't respect the fact that others use the same facilities. I can't blame the park for some inconsiderate folks. - drhuggybear
Oct 2012 - $16.00
I probably would have given a higher rating if the lake had been up and more of the hiking trails were mowed. This park was closed for a while and has re-open and has the potential to be a great park. Cell coverage is spotty. We started in the Cedar Creek camping area where cell coverage was good (AT&T) but Verizon PC Card had no signal. Moved to the Bent Tree Camping area had spotty cell coverage, but Verizon PC Card worked. The Cedar Creek area has some waterfront, view of lake,and other sites. This area had lost a lot of trees because of the drought so the sites are not very private. Bent Tree area (equestrian sites) is more private. The electrical was good in both areas. The water pressure was good too, but I heard a couple of people complain about the water pressure. One of them was giving her horse a bath and the pressure from the water hose looked fine to me. Great hike and bike trails. There is a kids' fishing pond that the park stocks with catfish. I would return, but only in colder weather because of the humidity. Lots to do in the area too. - MelindaK