1 Park near El Campo, Texas
Mar 2016 - $35.00
We were mainly attracted to this park because of the on-site restaurant. We had their crawfish boil, and it was delicious. The RV park is not large, but has easy access from the highway, though you have to be patient if you're heading East when you leave and have to cross the 2 westbound lanes. The streets and sites are paved and level, but the sites are cozy. Noise from the highway wasn't bad. Everything worked as expected, and satellite access was no problem. However, the park was full and this was on a Monday night. Good thing we had a reservation because others were turned away. I would definitely not call this a destination park, but it's fine for a night or two. And kids, young and old, will love their old-fashioned candy store! - Voyageurs
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Great place for an overnight stop. A little expensive. The place was almost full with monthly people but clean and well run. Very easy access. - Traveller101
Jun 2015 - $35.00
April and May reviews stated a cost of $30 but we were charged $35.
Otherwise, the campground is as stated in previous reviews. Sites are concrete and easy to get into and out of. Campground was nearly full. I strongly recommend making a reservation ahead of time if you want to stay in this campground. It is a convenient stop when traveling on Hwy 59. - Pamela R.