3 Parks near Cooper, Texas
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
May 2011 - $20.00
This a typical very nice Texas State Park. We like sites right on the water and this campground does not have any. From a few sites you can see the lake. Lots of trees, great concrete pads, but mostly sand around each site, mixed in with some grass. Tables at each site. Sites are well spaced from each other. We got no antenna TV reception but our Verizon phones and hot spot worked fine. - rncordy
Sep 2010 - $14.00
This was our first family camping trip: over Labor Day weekend. We had a great time at Doctors Creek Unit! This park is clean and well-maintained. The sites are spaced well. The kids had a blast playing in the lake and on the playground. The restrooms are clean and showers have hot water. We will be back again! - jmerle
Feb 2015 - $16.00
Park has many sites. Some with views of the lake. We were in site 12, highly recommend. Concrete pads nice and level, but too narrow, stairs open over drop off. Most all sites are like this. Spacious sites with good privacy. Would stay here again. - drfife
Oct 2014 - $22.00
The drought has severely impacted the water level in the lake, and the boat launches are unusable. However, the campgrounds were well-maintained and the facilities were clean and in good repair. Sites were paved and level enough for us, and midweek in the fall there were few other campers, making this a very nice experience. We saw lots of wildlife, and enjoyed walking through the park. Staff was great and we enjoyed the peace and quiet. - leorah
Apr 2014 - $22.00
Beware--there are only 2 sites with sewer, but there is a dump station. The area is beautiful, the sites are huge, and some have shelters over the picnic tables. All the sites are concrete. The pluses are huge. But, the general park could sure use some cleaning up-- downed trees, dead trees, dead brush. It could be so much prettier. Keep in mind that the lake is 10-15 feet low. The boat ramps, fishing piers, and canoes are unusable. We were there for 3 weeks for business. Sulphur Springs is really cute and 25 minutes away. The Crump Family Vineyard is excellent and serves meals. - Autigerinnc70
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
Jun 2016 - $32.00
I called about 8 est and the manager agreed to reserve me a spot. My pad was conveniently near the office. I enjoyed a full hookup, a nearby pond with a warning sign about alligators, and plenty of grass to walk my dogs on. I commend the maintenance man for being extra helpful to me in loaning me his ladder and a screwdriver to replace a broken vent. I met the owner and was pleased to stay at at site with a pic of Kelsey Gramer as a guest. Both a Walmart and Pilot were within 4 miles, although my GPS made it seem next door. I would stay there again. - Mhlangford