8 RV Parks near Graham, Texas
Apr 2007 - $20.00
About 6 miles outside of Graham at the old race track. Follow directions exactly. Good electric, large pull through sites. Some shaded, on the banks of Brazos river. Park has been open about a year. Office only open on Fri, Sat and Sun. Owner lives close, so you just come in, park and hook up and wait until he comes by or office opens at 5pm. Office is in the steak house, which is very good by the way. Plans are in the works for a clubhouse. Quiet at night except for the "wild" animals! Will come back again. - suesodyssey
Oct 2013 - $12.00
Ran up on this city park when entering Graham going east bound on US380 just outside of town. Easy in and out. Good power and water. Dump station on site. Honor pay system. Lake view. Good place for an overnight when passing through this town. Would definitely stay here again. - ov1to
Sep 2015 - $20.00
Well you get what you pay for. For $20/night it's a bargain. Don't expect a view, most of the site are full timers (oil rig folks), On the list of rules nothing about keeping the outside of your RV clean, so you may be next to someone with lots of "stuff". It is a decent enough spot to spend the weekend if you can't get into one of the nearby state parks. Gravel roads, the space (30) we had was decent. Connections were dated but usable.
No Table or Patio. Reach out and touch your neighbor, no shade in the middle sections some of the outside sections had trees. No WIFI, Verizon One bar, AT&T one bar. Did not try TV but at 6 miles from town might have been some reception.
Value would be higher if WIFI was available.
Rated high on service due to friendliness when calling to make reservation, Did not see staff when we were there (3 days), have self checking and payment box.
Cleanliness: Let's just say i'm glad our RV shower worked... - Sharpe7tex
Aug 2008 - $30.00
The electrical boxes were old and need replacing, our electricity did not work upon arrival. Luckily some fellow campers were certified electricians and had the proper tools and equipment to repair the box. The cable TV also did not work. The office did not seem to care about the problems with our site, offered us no refund not even a partial! The few RV sites are at the end of what seems to be a trailer park and there are also some cabins owned by the same people that seem to be in a dire need of renovation. There is always a heavy flow of people from the trailer park cruising by on golf carts, sometimes at a very high rate of speed. The management here is not keeping up with the grounds at all. Much nicer RV sites right next door. - FrogDog26
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Nice view of lake, large swimming area but steep entry. Some sites easier to back into than others with large trailer. Easy access to water from most sites. Fully stocked store in park - but beer nowhere near so come prepared. - SDSaylor
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We stayed at Possum Kingdom SP on our way out of Dallas headed west towards Tahoe. We chose to avoid driving on Interstates, so our drive found us passing by Possum Kingdom Lake State Park. We got a late start out of Dallas, so decided to stay at the park for the night. It was very dark and a long way off the state highway (like a half hour). The road was twisty and 2 lane...had we known how far it was, we'd have stayed elsewhere. We arrived after hours, so drove around in our 25' Motorhome with tow vehicle and found a spot. We needed to unhook the toad to back into our site. We had a premium site near the water with full hookups...something not all state parks offer, so this was a bonus. You might want to reserve ahead during peak season to get a spot with hookups if you want them. Most of the other campers were undoubtedly there for the water sports as many had boats. We had our two dogs and walked around with them before leaving and it was typical of many lakes in Texas. I am sure this is a beautiful park, but we didn't really have a chance to explore it...the area we were in was pretty basic. The area we were in had a few trees, but our site was treeless. There was a covered picnic table adjacent to our site and a bath house nearby. I really don't have any complaints, but generally prefer more trees. This is a park more for people into water sports. I'd recommend it if you are looking to enjoy the lake, but for an overnight stop, there might be better options since it's so far off the road and doesn't offer much aside from the lake. For this trip, it wasn't a great choice, but in the future, if we had more time to stick around and enjoy the lake, I'd happily stay here again. The park rangers were friendly. - Mary_O
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Possum Kingdom State Park is on the southwest shore of Possum Kingdom Lake near Caddo, Texas. The park is nestled in the Palo Pinto mountains. The lake is one of the finest in Texas with the clearest water of any lake in the state. The park was the last CCC built park in Texas. Nice hiking trails. Wildlife abound. Great swimming.
Very remote park, the closest town, Graham, is 30 miles away. The park has a well stocked park store.
There are 20 sites in the premium section with 50A electric and water. Many sites on the lake. Only 10 sites can accommodate a 30'+ RV. The water and electric section of the park has 40 sites. Best suited for tents and RV's under 20'. If you have a large RV you should arrive before Friday for best site selection.
We were in site 17 with a great view and access to the lake. We will return. - drfife
Jun 2013 - $60.00
Lakeside is a small family owned place on Possum Kingdom Lake. There are 20 nicely manicured, level sites all in a row down one length of the property. PK Lake is down pretty low (10 ft or more) due to the drought. Still a lot of fun but you have to feel for the people with immovable docks Lakeside. Owners were very nice. Place was clean utilities all worked. NO INTERNET. Pet peeve of mine since I work on the road. They have a room where you can go and check online but that's it. Had to use my hotspot. Owners have the place up for sale due to health issues. Maybe the next guys will invest in Internet. Very expensive for what you get. - Patriot04
May 2011 - $60.00
Fabulous place. Best on PK by a long shot. The hosts are awesome and immediately welcome you as a part of the family. This is our second summer here and we get a great monthly rate. All paved and level sites, plenty of parking, great central location. Excellent amenities and facilities. Our kids love it here. No shade but usually a good breeze. Boat ramp is steep but you are very close to several public ramps. Don't waste your time looking for any other RV parks on the lake. This is the one! - ShawnaMarie
Aug 2010 - $17.00
This place is great! Owners are the best in the business! There are a couple summer time full timers but they are great people. The park has a boat ramp onsite (little steep) and dock space for 5-6 boats. The pool on the water is great and well maintained. The rate shown reflects a monthly rate and includes electricity averaged in. My 5th wheel is there now and will stay there as long as the lake stays warm. This is the first full season in operation (2010) so the shade trees are still young and should be great for the 2011 season. Again, this is a great place and is at the top of my list and I'm sure it will be for a long time. - ltwindle
May 2017 - $14.00
The rate we paid was $100 for the week. It is very adequate for our needs. This is a very small town (3200 pop.) and we were here for our granddaughter's high school graduation. The sites are grassy and level, some provide shade (we chose one that didn't because of satellite reception) and the park is quiet. Utilities worked very well. The owners are very friendly. Shopping is in either in Graham (25 miles) or Wichita Falls (45 miles). Come prepared. Olney Cafe is the only place to eat in town. Good food. - rdoghse
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Very quiet park. Everyone is polite and friendly. Large spacious sites. Well maintained. - bensonfun
Dec 2008 - $20.00
Good friendly service. - v35pilot