1 Park near Cedar Hill, Texas
May 2015 - $25.00
Our rate was for W/E only. So far, I'm not getting a good impression of TX state parks, and coming to Dallas I had hoped this would be an exception. The roads and parking pads are very beat up and crumbling apart. There are plenty of sites to look through, but most of them seem to have only been built for parking cars to camp in tents. Our site in Coyote Point #313 was pretty good, except we had a tent neighbor for the entire week-long stay who we learned through his constant fights with his girlfriend that he lives in his tent with her and their toddler. Not sure how they pull that off with a 14-max stay. I also noticed another young adult who would park his car in random parking spot and stay there for hours, possibly another homeless kid. The bathrooms are the worst I've come across in my 7 full-timing months of RVing. They were not clean - dead bugs littered the floors, large spiders making nests everywhere, and black-colored mold on the wooden ceiling. There are 2 shower stalls with curtains only, and the dressing area is shared and can't be locked for privacy. We do work online so Verizon coverage is important - we were able to get 2-3 bars of LTE data on our MiFi. I probably would have been happier here if we weren't given a site right next to someone else... it's my fault for not moving. But I still give an average rating due to the poor road conditions and bath houses need to be demolished and rebuilt. - Sara C.
Feb 2015 - $30.00
Nice state park. Good place to stay when visiting Dallas as others have mentioned. We had a good level site and were able to fit our 40' rig but there are a lot of very small sites and many un-level sites. No wifi but good verizon service. Many lake view sites with good spacing between sites. You can even see the city lights of Cedar Hill at night. We would stay here again when coming through Dallas. - Crazyrvfamily
Feb 2015 - $30.00
Cedar Hill State Park is gigantic urban park. 300+ sites. Expect road noise from nearby highway. Higher site and entrance fees than more rural Texas State Parks. We were in full hookup loop with concrete pads. We were in #149 which was very private. Some sites have good lake views. - drfife