27 RV Parks near Grapevine, Texas
Apr 2017 - $60.00
Entry is good. Interior roads are paved but watch for the edges which crumble. Sites are concrete or asphalt. Most sites are back in sites. Some are pull thru which are parallel off the side of the road. Most are in the sun. We were in #36 and there was some shade but it prohibited use of our satellite. Water and electric were good. Cable advertised over 50 channels but only 26 came in. Bring extra sewer hoses since some are in the very back of the sites. There is a small beach. Water is somewhat muddy. No off leash park although there are places to walk the dogs (but there are burrs in the grass). This place can be very windy. Canoes, etc. for rent. No pool. - okdiver
Apr 2017 - $53.00
Wonderful campground. Definitely a "resort". Well manicured grounds. Our site was lakefront. Very spacious site, plenty of room to back in. Concrete slab, with covered picnic table. Elaborate playground structure that includes a zip-line, the children loved it. Laundry room was spotless, machines run on credit cards (no coins). Close to downtown Historic Grapevine-- not exactly walking distance if you've got little kids; the approximately 1.5mi walk takes you down sections of very busy streets and intersections. Kayaking the lake was a real treat; we discovered neat rock formations and a nearby park. Evenings were quiet, although we didn't stay a weekend. I imagine this place is booked solid on the weekends. The marina across the way looked like it could get pretty lively. There was a band playing Thursday night. Overall, a very well run outfit. We had a very pleasant stay, highly recommend. Would definitely return. - Boondockdad
Apr 2017 - $49.00
Please note that rate here reflects a monthly rate. When you pay $1400 a month to stay at an RV in the middle of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, you should expect amazing wifi. You should expect to have connectivity to the outside world. If you're staying on the lake, you'll get no wifi and you will have 1 bar of Verizon reception. Additionally, laundry room was filthy, only 3 washers and one broke while we were washing. In 7 months of traveling the country, this is tied for most expensive (spent $1400 for a month on the San Diego Bay), only park with no wifi and dirtiest laundry facilities to date. Outside of these few complaints, the sites are beautiful, well kept, as spacious as state parks and right in the middle of an amazing city, Grapevine, TX. But seriously guys, 2017....wifi please. We paid for it. Admin note: park advises Wi-Fi only available on East side of campground - travelingbeerguy
Apr 2017 - $19.00
We've stayed here several times over the years, but we won't be back. it's gotten worse every year. Our site was so over grown the trees were dragging at our air conditioner on the roof. we had just enough room to open our slides, but could barely get our car parked. Satellite impossible. No cable. they have a nice small dog park, and the laundry was very clean. They no longer take Passport America, and for the money, it's very overpriced. But if you go further down the road, there is a huge sports complex area and a nice big multi section dog park behind the animal control center. - fulltimerjan
Apr 2017 - $19.00
Very tight spots. Left slide was almost touching power box, right awning was touching next trailer. Lots of trees. - Widecreek
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Stayed here to remain close to airport to take a flight out. Overall, the campground was sufficient for what we needed, but otherwise I would not have chosen to come. Tight spaces, bathrooms in need of updates (walls peeling off, etc) (they do seem to be updating). Awesome front desk staff, overall a pretty quiet place given how many rigs were here. - ThreeTravellingBlondes
May 2017 - $1.00
The earlier review shows the park is close and possibly could be open in early summer. From the lack of construction progress I see in the campground I would expect the date to be more like mid to late summer. The reservations phone number has a recording stating they will update the recording when they have an opening date. Note: The campground website does not show the CG is closed. - A-S_Travels
Mar 2017 - $18.00
This park is closed until further notice. They've read the reviews and are completely repaving the roads and from what I can see, putting in cement pads. It appears it will be very nice when done - and probably no longer $18 per night. There is no indication when it will officially reopen, but early summer 2017 seems possible. - Lroger01
Feb 2017 - $9.00
This park for its value and location worked well for us. It's distance away from the freeway resulted in a quiet visit. The park host and employees did a great job addressing our request to make repairs on the electrical box cover. The women's bathroom/shower was clean, and adequate. I noticed that the men's needed some work. Shower door would not lock (maladjusted), the wall paint in the shower was peeling, and there was mold on the shower curtain. This was passed on to the camp host. The camping spots sizes varied. 50amp sites were longer with my size coach (45ft) I was able to fit my coach and Jeep angled on the pad. They do have a parking area in the center if you can't fit on your site. Sites were older asphalt. Roads in the park were fair, with that said the park will be closing the end of Feb. 2017 for resurfacing and updating. Electrical for 50 amp was good with no issues. WiFi signal was strong with good service for checking email and light web surfing. Dump sight was good with low drainage point and good water pressure. The lane was a bit tight for a large coach and the turn radius. All in all I would come back for its location to the lake and its price. No frills, but quiet. Park gate locks at 11:00pm no way to come in or leave except for an emergency. - Ozarkwoods1
Nov 2016 - $56.00
For our purpose of just needing a place to stop for the night, this park was fine. When I called to make the reservation, the lady was helpful in trying to find us a discount through various groups. We did not use the pool or fire pit area, but they looked very nice. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained. There looked to be several community picnic tables, none at individual sites. There seemed to be quite a few permanent sites, but all were neatly kept. This would be a great location if you are going to the Texas Motor Speedway. - southerngirl98
Nov 2016 - $36.00
If you stay here one or two nights as a stop over, you will be put in a site at the front of the park. All traffic in and out of the park goes right in front of you.
When I made reservation, I was told the site had a concrete pad with a patio. The reality is a gravel site with a small concrete strip (patio). There are no tables and there are large (residential) garbage cans on the site (see photo).
The pool area is nice and has a water feature, however it is closed early.
We were sitting and enjoying the water and asked to leave at 7PM.
Overall a clean park, but not what I would consider a resort. - RV_Traveler
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Great converted mobile home park! Spacious sites, many wooded. Resort is very well maintained. Close to Texas Motor Speedway and restaurants and shopping. - Bob and Robin
Dec 2016 - $24.00
Campground has beautiful gravel sites. Another camper told us that last year this entire peninsula was under water and therefore they have had to rebuild all the sites. The sites are built up with large 8x8 timbers outlining the sites and holding in the gravel. It appeared that each site had a picnic table, grill, and fire ring. There were a few pull through sites in the middle. Though the road in the campground is narrow, we did not have problems navigating it with our 43' motorhome, nor did we have problems with branches attacking the roof as another reviewer indicated. There was a limb overhanging near the entrance of site 45 that we were careful to avoid when backing in and when leaving the site.
Note that you may not want to overhang the 8x8 timbers if you are going to air-level your motorhome - ours would have tried to sit the tow bar down on top of the timber if we hadn't made sure that we were far enough forward of the timber before leveling. - pattic777
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
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Very nice, 55 site, city owned park. Quiet during the week but full on weekends and holidays. Electric and water service good. Bathrooms are old and limited to two commodes and showers. They get very heavy use on weekends. Convenient spot but way overpriced for a site without full hook-ups. - Greenjay2
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Hickory Creek is a lovely COE campground with good access to Dallas on reasonably priced mass transit with a station within five miles of the campground. Road access to Dallas on 35 is currently under heavy construction making driving in more challenging. This campground is well maintained, sites are large and lovely, interior roads are easy to navigate and well laid out. Given its proximity to Dallas, the campground was a wonderful peaceful place to visit the area. Camphosts were welcoming and helpful with information both about the campground and the area itself. The views from the sites in the campground are beautiful. As other reviewers have noted, this campground does close all access at night. While we were there, it appeared that the closing time has been updated to 11 PM. - NJTroy
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Hickory Creek Park is a Corps of Engineers park on the north side of Lewisville Lake near Dallas, Texas. It has 121 RV campsites. All have water and electricity, but no sewer at sites. Some sites 50A electric, but most are 30A. Many sites have lake access and views. Two plus miles of wooded hiking trails. Walmart, Albertsons grocery and restaurants only a couple of miles away. Very popular, urban campground. We were in site 35 with 50A electric and great lake view. We've been here many times and will return. - drfife
Mar 2017 - $15.00
What a nice park. Clean, quiet and open enough to feel like you are outdoors. Power and water are placed properly and worked great. ( no sewer but a dump station) Lots of sites with lake views and bank fishing. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
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
Nov 2005 - $50.00
We camped here for the Inaugural Dickies 500 NASCAR race in November 2005. We weren't expecting much and we weren't disappointed. Shower room is big; we didn't use it but lots of folks did and we didn't hear anyone complain about it. Grocery concession run by Albertson's with typically high prices for an event such as this. Ice was $5 per bag and it half-melted before reaching the trailer. Church services on Sunday morning before the race and several other activities available in campground area. No golf carts allowed, no gasoline-powered cycles or ATVs allowed. No motorcycles allowed in campground areas. If you don't have a bike, you walk everywhere. The big draw is the NASCAR race. Camping is convenient to the track so there's no three-hour wait in traffic to get to the race. Keep in mind although it's Ft. Worth, it's technically the desert; it's hot during the day, even in November when we stayed here, and cold at night. No quiet hours: it's pretty much a 24-hour tailgate party. Sites are 20'x50' but there's no limit on the number of RVs and vehicles that can be crammed into each site. The site on the awning side of our trailer had two small travel trailers and a Class A on it. Speedway offers fresh water fill-ups and honey wagon service "for a nominal fee". We didn't fill our waste tanks, and our fresh water tank had more than enough water for the weekend, so we didn't use either service and we can't give the cost. - Rick&maribethinMS
Mar 2017 - $43.00
This is a very nice park. We stayed in a "Gold Site" which was more expensive, but worth it. We had a side yard on a corner lot. We stayed a week and were very happy with our site. The park is clean and the staff friendly. The WiFi was good! The only amenity I wish they had was cable tv, which would have been nice for the price. It is conveniently located and easy access. We would definitely stay here again. - GranNan06
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
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
May 2017 - $25.00
Rules are definitely not enforced. Long-term residents are supposed to keep their site looking like they are not long-term. We were in the long term section and there was a dishwasher, dryer that was being used and an open trailer full of junk, plus at least two AC units in the yard. The spot behind them had animal skins hanging from their tree along with misc. junk underneath their trailer. I have photos that I hope I am allowed to post. Grass cutting is not a priority. Pool was brown for a few weeks before it was drained. The best part of this park is the location. - Aspire45
Apr 2017 - $70.00
This campground was a little hard to rate. It is kind of 2 campgrounds in one. When we arrived the Deluxe site we reserved was not available because the previous person hurt his back and needed to stay another day. At check in they assigned us another site that we found out was not deluxe but was the same price as the deluxe. Kind of funny since the deluxe site had a cement patio and was quite a bit larger. The site we got we had to put our chair between our neighbors slide outs to site and watch TV. We decided that since we were here for 6 nights that this was not acceptable. The campground had just completed 6 super deluxe sites at the entrance to the campground which are about $25 dollars more per night but they are beautiful so we decided to move and pay the extra charge. As I said the sites are beautiful, large, have table and chairs, swing, great grill, fire pit, and patio. Problem is that they are right along the entrance road and since the campground has a large portion of full timers the traffic early in the morning and late afternoon is very loud. The other traffic noise comes from the highway near the entrance. On the other side of the entrance road are businesses that seem to repair cars so the pneumatic air guns are quite loud along with the music they play. Final note on noise is that there is a fracking operation very close to the entire campground that has it's water pump going 24/7. We setup our a/c to run at night at least until we could get to sleep. I guess you could tolerate the noise if you are here long term. The campground could be much cleaner if they imposed some ground rules on the long term campers. Many of the sites have lots of items stored all over them. WIFI and cable were very good. If you are looking for a campground between Ft. Worth and Dallas and can put up with the noise this is well placed. We would however probably try another campground if in the area again. - John Borajkiewicz
Sep 2016 - $40.00
The best thing about this campground is the location. There are some long term residents who are very trashy. There is one site that has a washer, dryer, AC window unit among other things in their yard. The place would be a lot nicer if the sites were cleaned up. - browncat