26 Parks near Flower Mound, Texas
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Flower Mound. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Flower Mound in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $55.00
POSITIVES: Great RV parking spaces. Very good WiFi speed and strength. Good security with a gate that closes at night and has key pad accessibility. BEAUTIFUL views as this is on a lake. Quiet except for airplane traffic.
NEGATIVE: They require FULL PAYMENT when you make a reservation. This alone kept me from a 9 or 10 rating. Since we made the reservation WELL in advance, that meant we had to pay for a site WAY too far in advance. If there had been other alternatives in area, this policy alone would have kept me from staying there. This place was one of the most expensive we stayed in all year and by having to pay up front it affected our cash flow. I hope they discontinue this policy and go to a more traditional policy. I can understand a policy that charges you a nights rate in advance, but NOT one that charges for the WHOLE stay ahead of time. - hsteinle
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Fortunately I live about 8 miles from this great park and take the grandkids there as much as possible, usually 2 or more times a year. Over the last 15 months or so the CG has been closed more than open due to lake flooding (lake went from 15' under full to 25' over pool in about a week and re-flooded 2x since then). Being a city park, much of the staff are volunteers and do a fantastic job. I rated the park at a 10 because of what it always has been and will be again. Parts of the park are still closed, the kids playground has been determined to be unsafe so it is closed until new sand and equipment can be brought in. I didn't rate cleanliness because the restrooms were still closed for repair. Didn't mater though as full hookup utilities work fine. Will be there again next week. Most sites are reasonably level but some are on heavy grades. The staff usually tries to keep them for 5th wheels that can tolerate it better than a MH. The rest of the sites have some slope by design... when it rains it pours! You can do anything you want from this park. It is in the middle of the City of Grapevine, but you don't really know that in the park. It is located about 1/2 way between Dallas and Ft. Worth at the north end of DFW airport. In the summer they usually have family / kid's activities on Friday & Saturday night. This can be a magic show, outdoor movie, fireside stories, marshmallow roast, etc. Understand though, these are not going to resume until the park is fully open, target date of Sept - Oct 2016. - OpaS
Jun 2016 - $45.00
The Vineyards is an excellent park that has the possibility of being outstanding. Only part of one section of the park was open during our stay due to flooding. Of the section that was open, there was only one level place (right past the store) to disconnect your toad. (There may be other places once the flood waters recede.) All hookups worked and were well-placed with no extensions needed. My only real complaint about this park is how unlevel the sites are. Even the renovated sites where they have poured concrete are unlevel, with the exception of 6 or 7 of them. We were in one of the semi-level sites and only needed one set of 1.5" boards on the back. Most motorhomes we saw had at least one tire off the ground. I don't understand the concept of spending money to pour new concrete and not leveling the site. Some of the concrete sites had a 6" slope from front to back. Beyond this, I have no complaints. The park hosts were friendly and helpful. The park is conveniently located with many things to do right in Grapevine. The restrooms were clean, though there was no shower curtain. We stayed 5 nights in June and it was always quiet and peaceful. - dad2aprincess
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Parked here for two nights in a 43 ft toy hauler, and space 38 had plenty of room for everything. Right on Lake Lewisville with easy access to fish or boat. Plenty of shade. 50 amp service with clean water with good pressure. Looks like all spaces have ba grill, campfire grill, table and hook for light. I had no trouble on my auto level on my rig. Fellow checking us in was super friendly. It is only about 15 minutes north of Carrolton and 12 from Denton. Will definitely return. - Don Self
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This park was a Jeckyl/Hyde for us. Power was solid, ran two A/C's, fridge on electric and water heater on electric during daytime temps hitting 100 deg without any voltage dips. Our site was at least a 90' long pull-thru. Park staff goes out of their way to be friendly.
That was the Jeckyl part, now for the Hyde. This place is covered over with RV-clawing trees. My 5th wheel is a little taller than average at 13'6" but some of the limbs I had to dodge were at least two feet below my roof-line. Interior roads are paved but very narrow and they allow campers to park their cars and trucks off the edge of the road. Getting past those vehicles is like threading a needle. The trees in my site were so close to my roof that I could not deploy my sat dish or my over the air antenna. But even with the OTA antenna laying flat on the roof I got 40 channels. Almost everything except CBS.
My rate was higher than previous posters because I was a non-resident. This place is definitely a local favorite as evident by the weekend crowds. This is a $25 park, it is not a $35 park. - jperry29
Apr 2016 - $25.00
Pilot Knoll Park campground is a beautiful park on Lewisville Lake. It is operated by the city of Highland Village. Wooded sites and most all are on the lake or have lake views. Sites are $25/night and have 50A electric and water with a central dump station. Back in and pull throughs available. Most sites can accommodate large RV's. Reserve online through the Highland Village website. We were in site 30 (primo site) this trip. We've camped here many times and will return. - drfife
Jun 2016 - $9.00
- It is inexpensive.
- It is very convenient to Dallas cities.
- It is right next to a day use park on Lake Lewisville - unfortunately the day use park was closed due to renovation and subsequent flooding.
- For the most part the area is maintained reasonably well.
- The roads within the park were paved many, many years ago and never maintained . The roads are a mix of broken asphalt an dirt and have many big pot-holes.
- Most of the sites are paved, but the surface of the sites are pretty chewed up - especially the 50 amp sites. We can only assume that these sites were never designed for the weight of the big rigs. Over the years, the landing gear of the RVs have created major holes (in a number of cases 5-6" deep). It is a bit tricky to position a rig such that your landing gear doesn't end up positioned over these holes.
- There are no sewage hook-ups
- the two bathrooms are cinder block with no ventilation (except for the building near the gate) and no air conditioning in either building. With Texas heat and humidity, (this past week air temps in the upper 80s, and 90+% humidity, the temperature has been exceeding 100 degrees in these buildings, with extremely high humidity from the showers - we've been in sweat lodges that are more comfortable!
- while there is lots of grass, there are grass burrs everywhere. Prepare to comb out of your dog's fur frequently.
- the RV park is operated and maintained by the City of Lewisville Parks and Recreation. Trash pick-up & general maintenance is spotty.
- There were some really beat-up RVs in the park while we were there. Never seen this before.
Decent value for the money ($9). - fredcrowley
Jun 2016 - $9.00
This is the second time we have stayed here while visiting friends in the area. It is a nice park and very convenient for us. Water and 50 amp electric, no cable, dump station and GREAT wifi. We arrived in a rainstorm. The roadway within the park is horrible, full of pot holes. We were in the front and didn't have to drive it, but it really needs some work. Front gate is locked at 11:00 and there is no way to get in. We would stay here again because of convenience and cost. Rate is based on Senior discount. - Sally Chew
Apr 2016 - $8.00
We made a last minute reservation because the park where we usually stay when visiting our son was closed because of flooding. There were 50 amp sites open but we were told that even though our RV is 50 amp, we could not have one because we did not have two air conditioners. There were no 30 amp spots open but we were given an "emergency" spot. The roads were full of potholes and narrow to get to our site. There had been a lot of rain and the gravel part of our site was very narrow with a tree on one side so we had to have one set of wheels in the mud. We had to put boards under the tires to keep from sinking. The RV next to us was very close. It was in bad shape and looked like it had been there for a long time with a lot of "stuff" around it. We would stay there again due to the closeness of our son's home. We are still trying to figure out the 50 amp policy. That was a first for us. The weather was cool so no AC was needed, yet no exceptions to the rule. I do have to add that once we got maneuvered into place, it was a nice spot on the corner with a good view of the lake. - MaryVT
Sep 2016 - $14.00
We camped her in a 28 foot Class A , no tow vehicle. The Site was back-in, gravel and absolutely level! It had a picnic table and concrete apron to step out on. The power held good amps and voltage and water pressure was great. There was access to the boat ramp and many areas to walk in. That was the upside. Things to be aware of. The staff member at the entry gate provided no map, just "follow the signs". There was no mention of the bath house hot water being "under repair" or that the on-site sewer was apparently overwhelmed by recent rain or something else. Yes, it blew out in the first 5 seconds of the start of the dump. Fortunately, it went south and I was standing north!. And, if you are leaving the campground, be back by 11 pm, or maybe 10 pm, as when the gate closes, you are walking to your campsite - 1.5 miles inside??? - DHK
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Hickory Creek Park is a COE (Corps of Engineers) park on Lewisville Lake in Hickory Creek, Texas just north of Dallas. It is a nice campground in an urban area, yet feels like you are in the country. It has 120 water and electric RV sites, 44 of those with 50A electric. Central dump station. Many sites have lake views and access. Sites are spacious. Large, modern restrooms and bathhouse. Over 2 miles of wooded hiking trails. Google map of park shows every site at street level (cool). Rates are $28/night for 30A electric and $30/night for 50A. 1/2 price with Senior Pass. We were in site 35. We've been here many times and will return. - drfife
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Great park with large sites and very big rig friendly. Sites very in size and slope so it is a good idea to drive through before you sign in. No septic at the sites but the dump station is close and easy to use. We were run out by heavy rains causing flooding but this is a rare occurrence. Service would have been excellent except that we were not notified of the evacuation until 6 hours after it was decided. Hard to deal with same day evacuation when you learn about it at 4PM! We would return without question! It's an oasis in the city.. - Beech35p
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Close to Ft Worth and stores. The only thing I don't like is the gravel pads. I've got 4 rock chips from the lawn mowers, and they try to be careful. - rclake
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Nice park and convenient to Southlake shopping. Wifi was awesome. Grounds very clean. Would suggest picnic tables at sites. This is a quiet little place. Very nice. - cmiller
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Stayed for three nights while visiting friends in the area. A very nice park. Nice layout, friendly staff, nice sites, good utilities, free wifi (slow, as usual), very clean laundry facilities, quiet. Staff said that 80-90% of sites are long-termers who are working in the area. However, all rigs and sites are clean and well kept.
The only downside to this place is a temporary one and it is the reason for only rating it an 8. The entrance road passes by a large new complex of tilt-up industrial buildings. Due to the construction, the entrance road for the park includes about 1/4 mile of dirt/gravel/busted asphalt. It was very rough and muddy due to rains during our visit. I think everyone is hoping that it will be fixed and improved as the construction winds down. But no indication when that will be.
The park is less than a mile from the Texas Motor Speedway and would be a great place to stay if in the area. I understand it is also close to the Amazon distribution center, but does not participate in the Camperforce program.
We would recommend it and would stay there again if in the area. - FireFlyer
Sep 2016 - $37.00
This is a great park located in a urban area. I seen some comments about hearing traffic noise from the highway and airport but we really didn't notice it at all and we were at the front end of the park and wasn't an issue for us. The pool was very clean and refreshing, I could see it being a little warm in the hot summer but it is a pool with plenty of sun for sunbathing and the hot tub does flow into the pool. The park is probably 85% long term but that does also say a lot for the campground. We met some of the residents and they all seemed to love the park and staff. All the sites were very well maintained and clean. They have a nice children's play area, onsite RV wash, Recreation room, Well stocked store, Propane onsite, Open grassy area for sports and recreation.
The WiFi signal was strong and easy to connect to but was a little on the slow side, but it is free and worked well for email and browsing the internet.
Cellular service with AT&T was low but still worked well for calls and text.
Check-in was fast and easy and our site was easy to get to and get parked, the site required very little to level our rig. Nice picnic table but didn't have a charcoal grill (went and bought a cheap little one at Walmart as we needed a portable one for the RV anyway).
Only real con to this park is we are used to camping near the lake or forest and was a little different for us, but we were in Denton for a UNT football game and sure beat staying at hotel by far. They have an off-leash area for dogs but there isn't a barrier between it and the service road. - Back to the basics
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Nice place right off I-35. Construction on highways to get here is awful. The park is very nice. Like a little neighborhood. The spots are nice and pretty roomy. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The little path to get to our site was a little sketchy and needs to be repaved. The pool looked inviting but we didn't use. Nice area to walk pets. - cmiller
Jun 2016 - $37.00
This park is very confusing to get to, made even worse by the fact that it seems all the interstates in and around Dallas are under construction. We got lost, but a phone call to a very nice lady at the park office got us back on the right track. This is an older park, but pretty well maintained. Sites are close but level. We only stayed one night, but would stay here again for a short time. - PatriotParents
Oct 2015 - $30.00
OK for overnight only. No cable, no WiFi, no discounts. Very narrow sites. Sign in at adjacent liquor store. Stayed because all the others in the area were full. Would pass on this park in the future. - twocoots
Jul 2013 - $30.00
I pulled into this RV park late in the day in order to avoid an approaching storm. It is conveniently located just off I35W. While it did have nice long, level concrete pull-through sites, the lack of WiFi was a big disappointment for me. There are also a lot of long-term residents in the park, and some of their sites could definitely be a little neater. Lack of restrooms and showers may be a factor to some. I would only likely stop here again if there were no other options. - Phaeton40AH
Dec 2011 - $30.00
This RV park is easy on and off of I-35W but that's the best thing I can say. There's no Wi-Fi, no picnic tables, no showers/restrooms, no laundry and the sites are very tight. Most of the tenants appear to be construction workers, so you can expect lots of diesel pickup truck traffic through the park. This is the only RV park I've ever seen with a 20 mph speed limit, and still no one obeys it. - RockyandBullwinkle
Jun 2016 - $44.00
This "RV Resort" is nothing but a run-down parking lot. Probably 95% of the sites are occupied by people that live there year round and let their junk pile up around their rigs. The sites are basically gravel and broken up concrete and are so close together that I doubt that you will be able to put out an awning. I would only stay here again in an emergency. This place is shameful. - User3573
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We stayed at this park for two weeks. First off, park has long term residents, who have trash and personal items all over and under their travel trailers. Sites are way too close together and navigating the roads and backing in is impossible. Sites are very unleveled and the sewer hookups are far away from where you park. Out of necessity we were going to make reservation there again due to another park being closed when we said we had two adults and a puppy 8wks old, they asked what breed, we replied chow shepard mix, the told us we could no longer stay there due to our dog being a aggressive breed. 8wk old puppy! Dog friendly?? I think not. - Gypsymama22
Nov 2015 - $36.00
The major benefit to this park is its location - convenient to get to Dallas and the northern suburbs. The sites are very close together. On this stay, we were near the front of the park (site 107), and found it to be much preferable to sites further back - primarily because the roads in the back half of the RV park have quite a lot of slope to them. The roads near the front are not so sloping and there isn't a large slope to the sites. - pattic777
Feb 2013 - $35.00
Went here when the price was reduced for the "off" season. A nice park but we have been to much nicer and far less expensive parks. $65 on season is ridiculous. It is clean and the senior citizen staff attentive. Over priced and nothing special. I believe this city owned park on a Corps of Engineers park takes advantage of its central Dallas/Fort Worth to overcharge customers. - artgpo
Jun 2015 - $30.00
I have traveled for seven years and this is the worst dump I have experienced. Tiny, dirty pool was closed, train tracks 50 yards away with trains coming through every 30 min., large rats, possums, feral cats roaming the park and copper head snakes. A resident was bitten while I was there and almost died. Owners did NOTHING. Dilapidated uninhabited buildings in various states of decay (perfect turf for wild animals, rats, snakes), no bathrooms, laundry room has four antiquated machines and filthy. The wireless internet is so poor just get used to the message "connection timed out." The pictures on their site and info is a farce. The positive reviews are obviously created by people with bias. If you don't believe me get here early with plenty of daylight and take a good look around before you give these crooks your money. I came in late, paid for a week in advance and was very upset by their dishonesty. Stay away! - Open Road Traveller
Feb 2013 - $35.00
This is a very old campground with not a whole lot of amenities. Not one of the nicer ones - rg7438
Oct 2012 - $23.00
NO cable TV!! Park is very tight even with our 38 ft motor home. The office was impossible to find and when we did there was no through way for the RV TO PROCEED. We had to unhook and back out. Lots of full time residents. Swimming pool was closed. - mkfore