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4 RV Parks near Centerville, Texas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Centerville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Centerville in the left hand column.
Nov 2008 - $12.00
If you're looking for a slick, resort-type park, this isn't it! This is a very rustic park in an out of the way place. While children are welcome, I doubt that there's much for them to do -- I'd suggest that the park is suitable for an overnight only with kids. Adults, seeking quiet countryside living, might enjoy a few day-stay (we wish we could have stayed several days, but we already had subsequent prepaid reservations). Due to a problem on the road, we arrived just after dark. It was difficult to see/find the park. However, the park owner appeared with flashlight and assisted as we disconnected our tow'd and backed our motorhome so we could enter the park. The owner also helped guide us into our assigned space (park lighting is minimal). The space itself was quite roomy. The park has a number of long-term tenants and a few stored RVs. The owner explained the large number of vehicles parked -- apparently they also restore 'classic' cars that they export to Europe -- there were a half-dozen Ford Mustangs in various states of restoration and a fully restored 1928 Buick (very nice) parked in view. Previously this RV park was shown to have pull through spots, but that does not seem to be the case at this time. There was plenty of room to maneuver our 43' rig. We would stay there again. - Pete_by_the_river
Nov 2007 - $28.00
There is absolutely nothing here. The previous review is suspect. Nothing for children to do; you are in the middle of nowhere about two miles down a farm road off a secondary highway in a county with no tourist attractions or amenities of any kind! - JWT
Apr 2007 - $23.00
New and very clean park in the beautiful Leon County. Quiet and nice woods to walk in. Great place to stay, will come back - airstream
Nov 2017 - $15.00
Park is pleasant enough, certainly away from any noise makers (trains, industry, highways etc...). Facilities are showing age, grounds could be kept nicer, but park is generally clean. Heavily wooded, good setting but not good for tv dishes. Gravel sites need attention or refurbishing to get closer to level. Some permanent residents but no slippage is apparent. Fire ring (piece of a barrel) needed replaced. Railroad ties marking site were busted up. - Bossgreen
Mar 2016 - $17.00
This is a fairly rustic rv park with lots of trees. The restrooms/showers are older but clean and adequate. The sites are not perfectly level but close enough. We stay here when visiting friends who live in Hilltop Lakes and will do so again. Our site, 32, was excellent for satellite reception. - golfkitty
Jan 2012 - $30.00
Stayed there for a couple of weeks. Very quiet except on weekends; it then turns into a deer hunting camp with large campfires, loud talking late at night, and bathrooms left a mess. Found a very large pile of chewing tobacco in shower. Wi-Fi was very weak and slow. No cell phone service for AT&T and Sprint. Grass burrs everywhere. Everyone drives fast through park, even security! Sorry can't come back! - CitizensReflect
Aug 2012 - $24.00
I stayed here for August and won't be here for September. The wi-fi does not reach you unless you are by the office. The showers, washer, dryer, and bathrooms are not available unless the owner is home. There are no codes for entrance on anything, only one washer and dryer, get real! The manager is running this park on time off from their full time job. - tizwhizkid
Nov 2016 - $33.00
This is a rustic RV place. Good for a one night layover during your travels. That's about it, really. Our neighbors sewer hook up was right next to our outdoor living area. One night when the wind was coming from the south we did have a sewer smell and moved inside. There are picnic tables, but no fire rings. Need to consider this is South TX and there is a drought. We were self contained and I am appreciative of that. Looks like there are a few people living onsite in this place. This place is in need of attention. I would like to see them make a go of it. It is very inexpensive which was nice. $120 for 4 nights. We stayed there to be by our daughter for Thanksgiving. Otherwise, 4 nights or maybe even 2 nights might be a bit much. I wish them the best. - JMCherry
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Facilities being worked on. Sites are on dirt and gravel. Need some one to show you to site as they are random. Would not want to stay if raining. Staff nice. Dogs and chickens running around. Did not complain as didn't bother me. resturant on site. Did not eat, but lots of locals did. - fletch460
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Spent one night, we were met and directed to our site by a gentlemen who gave my wife some bread pudding that they make for Texas customers. It was by far the best thing that happened to us here. The site was dirt and level. The grounds were muddy and there was a stench of sewage that was prevalent that evening over the entire area. We stayed and left early the next morning. This is one that I will avoid on my next trip. - Dieselrv08