38 RV Parks near Gordonville, Texas
Oct 2016 - $3.00
We stayed after prime season, but still enjoyed the campground and area. We disconnected our tow vehicle and drove around to select our site rather than trying to navigate the roads with the 43' motorhome + tow vehicle. We stayed in a site that viewed the baseball field out the front window - it was quite private with woods separating us from the rig on one side, and a wide space to the rig on the other side. The $3/night rate reflects Thousand Trails membership and staying at 50A site.
This was the first campground we had stayed in that we needed to have the ranger come to the site to unlock the electric box. I guess they make sure that folks have paid for 50A in that way, or just ensure that the electric boxes are kept in good shape. - pattic777
Sep 2016 - $5.00
This has to be one of the best Thousand Trails park we have ever stayed at. We have stayed mostly in the Pacific Northwest but we are on our way to the east coast. Very well groomed most sites are clean and level. The only down sides are the park roads which need repairing, and limited 50 amp service. - Ron Postma
Sep 2016 - $1.00
We stayed at site B37 on labor day weekend. The sites were pretty spacious and well shaded. The women's restroom was clean and smelled good, but my husband said the men's was disgusting. They had 3 transformers blow, and they have a 10 week wait to get their order since the transformers are going to California and other places in need first. However, they got a generator up and going so that that the family pool could open, they still had music on Saturday night too and had makeshift facilities so some services could be available. Both pools were in great shape. For the amount of sites it wasn't cramped. There are potholes going to the lake, which is pretty much undeveloped. The boat ramp was fine, they had places to tie a boat up near the ramp as well. If you have a super fancy boat, go down the road to the national park and pay $3 to use that. There is also a 15 mile hiking trail at the national reserve area. Our campsite was gravel and dirt, but it was pretty level. My only complaint is that the sewer wasn't maintained, it was concrete and the inlet was too small even for our little piece that screws into PVC pipes, if you didn't have anything to connect it with you would have to go buy something. Even in the shaded area when we turned our antenna we picked up about 40 channels from DFW. - LaurenP
May 2014 - $32.00
They consider all sites in the RV area have 'view' of the lake. They have put as many sites as possible in this area leaving little parking for your truck. They also have a lodge that is available to use if not rented out. What they didn't bother to say was it had been rented both Saturday nights we were there. There was an outdoor wedding and reception with DJ and music, really loud by cut off time of 11:00 PM. They were just a stone's throw away across the street. The restrooms, showers, and laundry were clean and kept up. It was a pretty area with tall trees. Could walk along the lake for a long ways because the water is low from drought. If I return it would be during the week, not a weekend. - SunflowerTX
Nov 2013 - $30.00
I picked this park so that my daughter's family could visit with us over an extended weekend. Cedar Mills has some very nice cabins to rent, near their store, restaurant, and playground. I can not say enough good things about this campsite. The bathrooms were very clean, the grounds are beautifully maintained, showers were hot, and there is a petting zoo for kids. - TW Day
Apr 2013 - $30.00
We stayed at park during the first of April. The lake is right there. Our neighbors were friendly. The wifi was great. There are a lot of beautiful boats and the check-in shop has all sorts of neat gifts, clothes, etc. We would certainly go back and plan to take the grandchildren so they can fish from the bank. I forgot to mention that they have a great beach front very close. No complaints. We'll be back! - nellieb
Dec 2014 - $15.00
With passport america rate this park was ok. Gravel, dirt, some grass. Old with many permanent or long term old rigs. For just one night, we'd stay again. Had to unhook tow from 43' motorhome to get around and park in site. - sawdustsal
Apr 2012 - $15.00
Very friendly owner. Quiet. Very close to the lake, probably 7 minute drive to Cedar Mill marina, which is awesome. Park restrooms/showers very clean. Solid internet from our site, 100 ft from the office. Great place for a couple nites just to lounge in the shade, which encompasses about half of the spots. 3 local TV stations received on our antenna. Most residents seemed longer term, but all friendly folk. - Hallock5
Oct 2011 - $30.00
Use our CampClubUSA, 50% discount. Good fair price, good Wi-Fi ONLY near main building. Large pull throughs, some need a little bit leveling. Near the road, but not much noise. Good for a stopover. - Traveller Excel
Sep 2005 - $15.00
One of several Corps of Engineer campgrounds on Lake Texoma. Off the beaten path so it is more secluded and quieter than the more developed parks. Some of the waterfront sites are elevated above the lake with nice views. All sites are heavily wooded with lots of shade. Large gravel pads with picnic tables and fire rings. No sewer hookups but there is a dump station. Showers are pretty basic but clean. Some sites have a very long water run so bring an extra hose. Short hiking trail and group picnic pavillion. No developed swimming area, but two boat ramps and boats can be moored at waterfront sites. - rscraig
May 2015 - $30.00
We stay here every Memorial Day. The owners are very friendly. My family would love to see an update to the road to the boat ramp, but wonderful place to stay. Very quiet. - SOSUGrad04
Aug 2006 - $25.00
Very clean, quiet and out of the way located off Highway 120 just west of Pottsboro. Close to Mill Creek Marina and several nice restaurants. Beautiful place to camp with a nice breeze off the lake. Also has cabins for rent and a place to launch boats and jet skis. This is our second time to visit this campground. We loved it! - dlrhodes
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Military camp so there are a lot of things to do if you like water sports . Sits on Lake Texhoma and is not the easiest to get to. Is not on base but 125 miles north. Most sites are side by side with some pull throughs. Some of the sites are very close together overall; however, it is a good place and will go back again - Chuckl
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Very nice location if you want to be right on the lake. The staff I dealt with was very friendly and helpful. The road into the park and around the park is paved but the sites are gravel. Picnic tables are not in the best condition and there is one ladies and men's room with one shower near the entrance to the park across the road from the office. The restroom was clean, but very aged and if you were to use the toilet you would want to cover the seat with toilet paper. Park has a very small playground for kids, but not much else. I was there in October, so not as many boaters using the park to launch their boats, but I could see during the summer it could be a nuance. Sites have 50 and 30 amp along with water, but no sewer though the park does have a dump site. There is wifi, but you would have to pay for it; I didn't use it so can't speak to the quality of it. I would warn that there are a lot of stickers; my dog was constantly getting them in her feet and coat. You would never want to walk bare footed. - ATV Guy
Apr 2015 - $30.00
My family and I stayed at this "newly renovated" resort with 19 RV spots. It was "below average", not good. Management offers NO DISCOUNTS (TACO, Sams, or Veteran) and plans to never do so. My wife and I attended the dinner cruise. It was good, except overheard another camper being nickel and dimed (after we all had paid $16 for dinner BBQ) over desert. They wanted to charge add't $4 for a small cup of pudding! They never told us of the upcharge!! Really! No Joke!! And to top it off, they had NO FULL HOOKUPS, and then charged $5 fee to use their sewer dump!! The RV spaces are gravel and very tight fits! Then, boat trailers park on top of the RV spots, thus blocking your entry into your sites. Finally, we had issues, as did other campers, with the low hanging tree limbs. These would scrap the top of our RVs. In all, we would NOT stay here again. - TXRVKing2013
Jun 2009 - $8.00
I love COE campgrounds because they usually well maintained and easy to maneuver. This one is beginning to show some serious signs of age and is in need of TLC. The main road to the gate is bad enough, but the interior road is almost to the point of falling apart. The sites are still nice enough, but need some updating, cleaning and re-levelling. If you have a rig larger than 30' you probably want to stay with sites #34,#35,#37 and #38 only. The workampers at the park are among the very best and will make you feel welcome. It is very quiet on a peninsula at Lake Texoma and enjoyable. I would camp here again, however, the state park nearby is in much better condition and has full hookups. Also be careful when exiting the park as there is a lot of junky vehicles and trailers parked just outside the gate and they block you view of oncoming traffic from the north. - tbax46
May 2008 - $20.00
Website advertises a sandy beach cove. The park is more of a gravel pit with no sandy beach in site. The site also advertises shaded sites, but they trimmed the trees so high that they provide no shade. This resort is on a swampy, moss filled cove on Lake Texoma. We did not allow our kids to swim here due to the dangers. Showers and bathrooms were nasty. Sewage backed up on our 2nd day and they were not fixed by the end of the 3rd day. We were forced to use our travel trailer's bathroom. When we went to dump our tanks on our way out, the dump station was also backed up. There was human waste and used toilet paper floating all over the place. We were very unhappy with our experience here. I rated it a 3 merely because of the reasonable price and it's NEAR good recreational facilities. - texasturners
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We love Eisenhower. It has some really beautiful spots. We tend to always stay on the full hookup sites that have mostly pull-thru drives. The game wardens are great about keeping the peace. The roads are really nice and you can drive your bike easily on them. The trailers are well maintained for both bikes (in designated areas) and hikers. They have a sandy beach you can hike down to and it is beautiful.
One of the roads accessing the parks is currently walked out but it should be repaired soon.
If you pick out a spot while in the office and do not like it when you get there, just call the office number and ask to switch. They are more than accommodating. - LMTurner74
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Check-in was easy and the staff friendly. Roads are well marked and in good shape. Many sites are not level, so bring your blocks! Sites in our loop were spacious and ranged from fun sun to full shade. Aluminum picnic tables were very nice and had fire rings and lantern poles. Utility connections were convenient and worked well.
Campground was quiet and had lots of wildlife to watch including deer, rabbits, and roadrunners. There are hiking trails, fishing piers, and a swim cove, but be ready for some elevation change. There is an onsite marina with rentals.
There is wifi at the restrooms, but it does not reach to all the campsites. We did get Verizon cell coverage as well as 10 OTA TV stations.
Overall a nice place and we will stay here again when in the area. - BrentB
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Our visit to Eisenhower State Park was our very first experience at any State Park. We were pleasantly surprised at the beauty of the park. Our site had full hook ups which I understand now is unusual for a state park. We loved the swimming area, the caves and the rock climbing. The trees around our site were beautiful as well. The sites are clean and spacious with a the fire pit and picnic table. We enjoyed time around the fire with very friendly Texans the first weeks and fell in love with Texas State Parks. My nine and seven-year-old enjoyed the Junior Ranger program and earned their first badges. The Eisenhower State Park book is different from other Texas SP Junior Ranger program books. It focuses on General Dwight D Eisenhower. We enjoyed learning about his life and legacy. We loved every minute of our 2 week stay. - FromJoy