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5 RV Parks near Cameron, Texas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cameron. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cameron in the left hand column.
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Very remote park away from highway US 77, therefore no traffic noise. Quiet park. We would stay again. - ks2spi
Oct 2014 - $20.00
I was tired of driving the highways in TX and decided to take the back roads from Dallas to San Antonio. I was sick of Walmart so while driving by I passed this little gem. Darrel was very cool and had space for me to Stay. This is probably the quietest RV park I have ever stayed at. The locals were very nice. I ended up staying 2 nights before I had to move on. If you plan to stay here bring you telescope, this is a very dark sky site. - Steven R
Oct 2005 - $21.00
The hosts were very friendly and helpful. We had fled Rita and were thankful just to find someplace to stay. We could not have chosen a better place! The park had not been open long and they were still making improvements but the roads were great and the sites were level. They have a small pet area, just asking that you pick up after your pet (which anyone should do!). We will definitely head back to this park the next time we want REAL peace and quiet. - NancyJ49
May 2017 - $25.00
We were referred here from another park that was temporarily closed. The check-in lady was very nice . The park, not so much. Gravel roads, , narrow grass sites and just a few sites available for passing through R.V's. There was a standard round triple AAA sign out front but I think it's time for them to revisit this park. - 10-wheels
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
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
Dec 2017 - $35.00
Stoney's RV Park is behind Stoney's Liquor store. Stayed here for a night. When doing search didn't find any rv parks in the area, but stumbled up on this one YEAH. Paved sites and a paved parking for your vehicle. No picnic tables. Brand new electric pole metered out good. Road is dusty but looks like they plan on paving it. This park is new, since I didn't see it last year when passing through. Loves truck stop down the hwy. Railroad right across hwy 79; you can hear it, but trains don't bother us. - JustDon