2 Parks near Columbus, Texas
Oct 2015 - $1.00
This is a very relaxing place to stop. It is near large cities or you can go into Columbus and get good food at small town prices. The manager is customer service guided so your stay will be great. Great bass fishing in the river beside the park! - tcurex
Apr 2015 - $3.00
Our first stay at a Thousand Trail campground and we couldn't be more pleased. I love the fact that they let you pick your site on what's available at the time and we found a great site looking over the Colorado River. It was 50 amp service so that's why we had to pay the extra $3.00 nite. We were told we wouldn't get TV reception off our antenna at this site but that wasn't the case. The TV worked great. AT&T wasn't good here but our Verizon MiFi was. We had strong 4G cell reception. The grounds are large and look to be well maintained. The roads inside the park could use some work. Would definitely come back again. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. - smitty12
Apr 2015 - $3.00
Heading west through Texas and decided to take a week long breather here.
Check in was smooth and easy, very friendly ranger. Found our spot and set up.
Guess it's off season here, plenty of spots to choose from. We chose one that was near some friends who had rerouted to meet up with us.
Quite a large campground with a decent amount of space between campers. Many full hook up options, $3 upcharge for 50 amp. Bathrooms are clean, as is the laundry room and the activity center.
They have a small pool, and a large mini golf, basketball court and a unfenced pickleball court. There are also 2 ponds on the property.
There are still a few activities offered.
Large grassy fields. Some a bit overgrown, but found out that was intentional. The local deer and having their little one and the fawns hide out in the grass. We were also lucky enough to see a bobcat while here.
We attempted to take their 2 mile hike around the park, but could not find the trails as it has overgrown.
Propane is also available here.
We camped here in a 40' class A. - Kgtraveler
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Not a good experience saying here. Facilities are clean but old. If it rains this place turns into a mud hole. WiFi is very poor. Many permanent old RV's in park. We had one old rv next to us they worked on it all hours night and day trying to remodeling it. - rosran
Dec 2015 - $31.00
This is a no frills stop, easy on/off, low hanging trees, dirt and gravel roads, power panel was loose on supporting conduit. A few mud puddles but nice and quiet! - Uncle Billy
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Stayed overnight. Close to interstate and fuel. Pet friendly. Cable poor. We used the antenna and got some Houston stations. WiFi was terrible. Several transmitters but all were weak and kept dropping out. - Lew