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4 RV Parks near Cooper, Texas
Nov 2017 - $18.00
This park is scenic and quiet and there is a lot of space between most camp sites. Parking pads are in great shape and very shady. A few sites have a view of the lake through the trees. Utilities are good and Verizon cell phone coverage is available as well as wifi at the office. There is a small store at the office with a few souvenirs. Amenities include a sand volleyball court, hiking trails, fishing pier, boat ramp, and kayak and SUP rentals. We really enjoyed the solitude and quiet, as well as the beautiful fall colors. - BrentB
May 2017 - $18.00
We stayed overnight for Mother's Day weekend. We were able to make reservations the day of-- as others have said, this park is not usually very crowded. There were many sites to choose from even being a holiday weekend. The park was clean and amenities include a couple of hiking trails and a small sandy beach swimming area. Our campsite was not technically waterfront, though you could see the water through the trees. It was a short walk through the woods to reach the water. The restrooms were clean and well stocked. Staff were very nice and helpful. We would definitely stay here again! - Kristencm
Oct 2011 - $15.00
We stayed here two nights, very clean, sites with plenty of room between campers. No TV but good reception on Verizon and AT&T. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Quiet setting. - ynnargynnarg
Jun 2018 - $24.00
First time to this park. Our site had lots of privacy. There were very few lake view sites. We really didn't get to see much of the park. It was a nice weekend trip from the Dallas area. However the chiggars were very bad. Didn't notice it on Day 1 but by the end of the trip we were covered. Spray, a lot! That would be our only drawback from returning to this park. - CIndy Davis
Apr 2018 - $18.00
We stayed at Cooper Lake SP in April, 2018. We arrived on a Friday, and the park was very busy until Sunday afternoon, when everyone left. There are some nice hiking trails. - kanela
Nov 2017 - $18.00
This large park is scenic and quiet and there is a lot of space and privacy between most camp sites. Parking pads are in great shape although a bit narrow, and most are very shady. Water pressure was 72 PSI, and there was some slope to our site, so bring a water pressure regulator and some boards for leveling. A few sites have a view of the lake through the trees. We stayed in #12 and really liked the privacy and view. We had no problems with insects in November. Utilities are good and Verizon cell phone coverage is available as well as wifi at the office. There is a small store at the office with a few souvenirs. Amenities include hiking trails, fishing piers, boat ramps, and kayak and SUP rentals. There are several large day use areas for swimming and picnicking. Firewood and ice are available at the office, but the nearest groceries are about 20 minutes away in Sulphur Springs. We enjoyed camping, hiking, and boating on this large lake. - BrentB
Oct 2017 - $27.00
We always stay here on trips that go in that direction, usually on the way back from a trip. Always enjoy our stay. Have stayed here about 10 or 12 times over the years. Clean restrooms. Lots are very close and have a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel. - RM55--ar
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Stayed for a night on the way to Branson. Nice park with a private lake. The pull-through sites are narrow. I asked for a larger site in the back. Friendly staff and close to all businesses and to I-30. No designated dog run area but plenty of land to walk dogs.
Voltage was good. WiFi only near the office. Will return. - MikMc
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Gave it a 3 because the electric and water worked. This is mostly a residence park and is dated. They may have about 4 or so spots for transient stays. Space was on grass. If it rains, you may be in trouble. They close by noonish on Saturday, so never saw any staff.
In hindsight would have been as good to stay at truck stop or at a Walmart.
It IS easy to find of the interstate (about 3 miles) But it is an old park not very well kept up and overpriced at $32.00
While the pickings are slim in this area, think I would stop a little further up the road in Mt. Pleasant. Sign out front says, "Best Little RV Park in Texas" clearly part of someone's delusion! They just don't take care of this place. - Bigdogsolo
Jul 2018 - $18.00
Met the owner the next day. Great park. Clean, huge. Working on the gravel to make it motorcycle friendly. Great spot. Price reflects Pasport America Nice. - Road Dawg
Jul 2018 - $52.00
Rate reflects discount for 3 nights. Nice small family owned RV park only 2 years old and conveniently located just off the I-30. We actually stayed at the front of the park but did experience any road noise Long gravel sites that still require a little work. Owners are lovely and make you feel most welcome. 9 hole golf course next door ($10 for game) was enjoyable as well as challenging! Extremely clean laundry with key codes for laundry and restrooms. No shade yet but trees have been planted. Check this park out on your travels as well as surrounding towns. - OzFrosty
May 2018 - $32.00
We found this family owned and operated RV Park along our route to Arkansas, it is conveniently located off of I-30 in Campbell, TX. The first thing we noticed about the park was the attention to detail they had is setting up their main office. Though it looks like a simple metal building from the outside they went to great lengths to make it feel like a home. The staff could not have been any friendlier. We felt welcome and appreciated for staying with them, they even had a cute welcome bag for us with candy, water and local maps. PROS: Full hooks up at each site Impressively fast WiFi at each site Catch and Release pond with friendly ducks Cleanest temperature controlled bathhouses I have ever seen, made to feel like a home bathroom Handicap accessible bathroom with toilet, shower and sink all in one room Communal fire rings and picnic tables available Trash pick-up at your site 9 Hole Par 3 golf course next door (different owner - affordable) Bathrooms/Laundry are behind key coded doors - we feel this keeps them cleaner/safer Several cameras throughout the property - safe area but we appreciate their willingness to go the extra mile for prevention. Laundry room was clean, machines are newer (1.50/wash 1.00 dry) CONS: Lots are gravel, this a really new park (< 2 years old) so they still have gravel sites. They have pitched them towards the middle to help with drainage - not an issue for us but wanted others to know Interstate noise can be heard from the RV sites (didn't prevent us from a good night's sleep though) Since the area is new there are no mature trees for shade - which is great news for bigger rigs but certainly increased our AC use while we were there Please stop by this great park if you are in the area, you won't regret it! - hopalongrving