19 Parks near Goodrich, Texas
Jan 2008 - $25.00
Nice park and wonderful people - cheesey
Apr 2007 - $25.00
This was an overnight stop for us on our way home from south Texas. We pulled in at 7:30 pm. The office was closed and there were no registration forms in the box. We picked a site that looked fairly level. It wasn't. All grass sites. The "paved" road was in very poor shape. The bathrooms & showers were very primitive and not very clean. We used electric only, and were up and on our way by 7:30 a.m. Someone dropped by & left a registration form on our steps while we were in the bathrooms. We never saw a living person while there. This is a good example of why people choose to sleep over at Wal Marts or truckstops. We thought $10 would have been a fair price for sleeping there. - mcleff
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Nice wooded park. We stayed here for the winter. The front part of the park was very nice. Back section was not well kept. Owners very nice very caring people. Bathrooms and laundry are dated. Pool needs upgraded. Older park. Does have a very nice clubhouse. - lafoe
Apr 2014 - $30.00
We came here on a recommendation from another RVer that used to frequent Woodsy Hollow. It was not as nice as the recommendation or as the web site shows. The campground is mainly full time folks with lots of junk sitting around. The campground seems to have a few sites that they keep for recreational users. They have a nice area that a group had reserved and stayed together. A few sites have a view of the private lake. Roads were dusty and frequently traveled. Bathrooms were fair/poor in repair and cleanliness. They did have kayak and paddle boats for rent, rec room, a good little playground, and a pool. Staff was friendly and helpful. I'm sure it was a good campground at one time, now catering to full time residents. We do not plan to return. - HJH
Jan 2017 - $23.00
We stayed at Rainbows End Escapees Park for a couple of nights. Great value at $23/night with full hook-ups. Older park with gravel sites. Livingston is a few miles away with fuel, groceries, restaurants and Walmart. We would stay here again. - drfife
Jan 2017 - $23.00
This is an older park, and the upkeep is not what I expected. The sites were fine, and utilities were good and positioned good. With that said, the people are what makes this park, they were so friendly. Lots of activities if you are so inclined. If you are an escapee, you need to experience this park. - JJ & CC
Nov 2016 - $31.00
Stayed a couple of nights to take the tour of the mail service and the CARE program. Site was NOT level, but ok for our stay. Other sites looked worse. Plenty of room for towed. Roads and pad are gravel. Park was mostly quiet, only noise was from a nearby state highway which quieted down at night. - ETX
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Loved this beautiful park. Its very wooded and we had a great lakeside spot. However, there were millions of caterpillars...literally falling out of the sky (spinning silks from the high trees and dangling down and dropping). The mosquitos were bad also. The interesting thing is...we ended up moving 30 minutes up the lake to another park and there are no bugs here. Our neighbors did say the bugs are not always this bad. The lakeside sites are beautiful though and I loved that we could fish from our site and the trees were perfect for hanging a hammock. Note that this park was closing April 1st, for the remainder of the year. Apparently they are renovating. There is a daily $5 charge for every person over 17, unless you buy the annual state park pass for $70 which allows all adults in your vehicle to avoid the $5 per day fee. There is also an extra $4 fee for an extra car, per day. Our site was a tight fit due to the trees being so close to the pad, but we were able to fit in our 37 foot 5th wheel. We were in the Piney Shores loop. - barrygoodtimes
Jan 2016 - $21.00
Stayed in Yaupon Loop. The site pads are asphalt but most are in very poor repair.....uneven, sunken spots, broken off, etc. The loop road is in the same condition. Park is in need of serious maintenance. Camping area in this loop is in a low lying area and is currently very sloppy and flooded. The drainage ditches are not effective. It is seasonal holiday time so the park is very crowded. Most of the campers have dogs and almost none of them have any inclination to pick up after their animals. That makes for a filthy, unsanitary condition in the campground. - RatTailGray
Nov 2015 - $28.00
We love staying at this park! Especially if we can get a spot in the Piney Shores loop. It is right on the bank of the beautiful Lake Livingston, where we enjoyed great sunsets and watching birds such as seagulls, pelicans, and anhingas. Most sites are spacious, level, and shaded. A few of them did have sewer hookups that were slightly uphill. Workers came by each morning to mow and clear leaves. We love that you can reserve a specific site at this park! Although the swimming pool has permanently closed, you can swim, boat, and fish in the lake, as well as hike, bike, and ride horses. It is quiet during the night, and stargazing it excellent. For those rainy days, we were able to get a strong 4G Verizon signal, and could get all TV networks except ABC. - BrentB
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Really enjoyed our second stay there. If you like a wooded, quiet camping area then this is the place for you. The staff is very nice and friendly. The WiFi is pretty good. Bathrooms are clean. They have trails and have set up a scavenger hunt that you can do along the way. We've been twice and will be visiting them again. There are a few people that are extended stay but had not problems with site cleanliness or noise. - Funk Campers
Apr 2014 - $35.00
Great park. Sites are not crammed together. Pleasant, helpful people in charge. Tall pine trees provide shade. Owners held a get-together on the Saturday before Easter with fried chicken. Everyone brought a dish and ate together. Was nice. We will return to this park again. - SunflowerTX
Sep 2011 - $25.00
This is a very nice, quiet park, family friendly. Owners are on site and involved. Camp hosts were very nice. There are many tall pine and hardwood trees. Most sites are very shady. Wonderful walking trails, about 6 miles of them intersecting each other. They have put little "treasures" along the way, making it a fun whimsical walk. They also put some benches out along some ravine overlooks, nice for a quiet rest. Nice little playground and a covered pavilion for gatherings. The store and office are clean and well stocked. Our verizon phones and wifi card worked great. We didn't use the park wifi, but they do have it. Could only make one criticism and its a small one, a couple of campers had strung up clotheslines for some items, it looked a little "off"..but it did not deter our overall enjoyment of this park. This is worth getting off the road for..a great park to rest and relax..Lake Livingston and other things to do are within driving distance. We would come back here again. - Fixn2gocamp
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Relatively new park; nice power pedestals. All back-in spots. Reasonably priced laundry. The best wifi I've had at a park yet. However, all these things take maintenance, which I think the park owner is not doing. Nice concrete pads are covered with dirt from heavy spring rains. Asphalt parking along the pads is crumbling and deteriorating. The bathrooms are absolutely the worst I've seen. New construction, like everything else, but no concern for cleaning or ventilating. The shower curtains and ceiling are mildewed, and the smell is strong. Bugs of the creeping and flying kind are everywhere. I stayed for a week and the bathrooms were not cleaned once. - MiketheTexan
Mar 2016 - $30.00
We enjoyed this RV park. There is a pond on site for fishing and a license is not needed. The park is beautiful with tall trees at every site. It is quiet and away from the traffic noise. The sites are wooded with tall trees in each site. All sites are pull throughs. There are no restrooms or showers. There is laundry service available and the laundry room is spacious and clean. There is a restaurant located directly next door. - Perfection expected
Oct 2015 - $36.00
Great cable/wi-fi, water pressure. Pine trees surround all sites. Long pull throughs. Quiet park, majority seemed to be permanent residents. Be careful where you park after a good rain, sites are covered by pine needles and mud underneath can be very deep. Our truck sank almost up to the axle when we started to pull in. - Gypsy4ever
Aug 2012 - $30.00
This is a new RV park started by a popular local restaurant. All dirt roads, very dusty. It's a bare bones park. There is no playground, bathhouse, pool, or any real grass (as of yet, not sure of future plans). There is a dirt berm, on a hill with a hard turn making it a little difficult getting in for a big rig. The spaces are narrow and close together. There is a building for an office but it's not manned by anyone, you go to the restaurant to check in. There is a bar attached to the restaurant that probably has the potential to get very noisy at night as they offer live music. There are numerous full time campers and workers staying in the park. The reservation process is still a little shaky, someone was parked in the spot they assigned us, the restaurant manager seemed confused about it, he offered to find us another space, but we chose not to stay at that point and left for another park. - Fixn2gocamp
Dec 2016 - $32.00
Update review 11/2016 - This is one of our favorite places to camp in our RV. This is a very small camping area in the Sam Houston National Forest near Coldspring Texas. There are sites you can reserve and sites that are first-come-first serve.
There are 2 park hosts that live in the park and they are very accommodating if you need anything, but don't expect to see a constant presence by park staff.
The park is a beautiful forest like facility with very wooded and shady sites, a small lake with plenty of water in it (after a couple drought seasons) and abundant hiking and biking trails.
We only camp on the full service RV sites. (Not all sites are full service.) Some sites are reasonably level and some require substantial leveling efforts. Just make sure you have plenty of Lynx levelers or equivalent. The pedestals are conveniently located with 30/50 amp service, water and dump. The sites driveway is blacktop and most sites have a concrete pad with a large picnic table and a nearby fire pit.
Cell service and TV reception are weak, so don't plan to watch a lot of TV unless you have a satellite system. - Tcamper
Jan 2014 - $40.00
This is a great park for fall and winter camping. The small lake has struggled the past few years due to drought conditions in this area so there is not much to do as far as the lake is concerned. However, there is plenty to do if you like hiking or biking the trails, shopping in the nearby town of Coldspring (they have their monthly town square trade days the last Saturday of the month), visiting the historic jail house, or eating at the old style dinner in town. We always reserve one of the full hook-up sites that are paved, reasonably level with a good hook-up pedestal, and that is appropriately positioned. The satellite TV reception is OK, but not great; and the antenna TV reception is poor. This is because of the remote location and abundant tree coverage. The rest rooms are typical Forest service facilities. Not outstanding but adequate. Since we have full hook-ups, this is not an issue to us. The park is shady and very beautiful on a cool crisp fall morning. We have been coming to this park for years and will continue. - Tcamper
Nov 2012 - $30.00
Just stayed here at spot 60. Highly recommend this place. Really enjoyed the it, no troubles at all, bath rooms are dated but kept pretty clean. I really didn't see any trash anywhere in the park. Great hiking trails and saw a bunch of kids on bikes so I think they have biking trail as as well but cant swear to it. RV sites are very spacious, ours wasn't real level but for the layout, I will take it any day, hiking trails are nice. AT&T service spotty but you can get a signal most places, Satellite signal a bit tough to get cause all of the trees but would much rather have the trees around us like we did. No dump station but park manager said just pull through one of the open drive through spots with full hook ups and dump there. Only negative thing I can say about this place is I think the park host needs to to tidy up their site, stuff laying around their RV really takes away from the place and be put away and in order like the rest of the park. With that being said, they were super friendly people. I don't think anyone will be disappointed staying here. - drakethib
Oct 2016 - $24.00
We stayed on site 73. Very spacious but lots of long leaf pine needles on pad and in the grassy areas but especially under the picnic table. Evidently the leaf blowers had not been around in a while. Another pet peeve of tidy campers was the fire pit full of trash including plastic bottles. Park maintenance folks hadn't been around to clean up site and we didn't arrive until almost 4pm!
Other than those issues it is a lovely park with lots of amenities and the staff in the entry station and the store were very helpful and pleasant. Our site had a lake view. Unfortunately it was so hot and humid we didn't spend much time out of doors!
This is a great park and lake if you are fishing for cat fish. Unfortunately for us we were fishing for bass and this is not the place for them. Plus the lake is shallow so a light wind can make it very rough. Due to these issues we decided to cut our stay short. We had reserved for two separate stays and cancelled the second one. A word to the wise, be very sure of your stay, once it is booked you CANNOT get a refund. Even though we cancelled the second stay a week in advance the Trinity River Authority (who runs the lake and this campground) does not grant any refunds, EVER. I guess they think that their authority gives them a license to steal! We lost $40.00 to them! - Rick & Karen
Apr 2016 - $25.00
Wolf Creek is well maintained. They are always coming by to pick up trash.
The RV sites, sites 34-50, are on a bulkhead very near the edge of the water. Not a good location for small children. The area down by the playground, sites 1-30 are good for any age kid.
A group of campers were making noise late at night and someone came by and stopped the noise. We especially like that the curfew is enforced
Wish they would enforce the same rules during the day. People open car doors and play boom boxes. Not all of us enjoy their music. - Texan58
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Wolf Creek Park is a beautiful piney woods campground on Lake Livingston near Coldsprings, Texas. We had a full hook-up site on the lake (#61). Reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance online or by calling the park. The prime, lake front sites are very popular and require reservation 60 days in advance. Popular with fishermen and families. They also have 3 pinwheel loops with full hookups, but those sites are not as spacious. Multiple water/electric sites and tent sites available. They have a park store with supplies, boat ramp, swim area and putt putt golf. Closest Walmart in Livingston, 25 miles away. We will definitely return. - drfife