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14 RV Parks near Hemphill, Texas
Aug 2018 - $33.00
I really wanted to like this place but I just can't. This is catered only if you have a boat. Which isn't a deal breaker, HOWEVER THERE WERE BOATS PARKED EVERYWHERE! On all banks and possible fishing areas. No one parked at the boat dock. But the part that I can't deal with is the litter. My toddler kids go to swim and there's a huge broken rusty knife they found in the water, broken beer bottles, and some much more. Can only fish from the pier, locals come in from the lake and park their boats anywhere they can, and you can't fish. - Cajun-lady
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Many, LA - August 2018 - Cypress Bend RV Park - $25-35/night. Cypress Bend is a little bit off of the beaten path and worth making the trip off of the highway. We stayed in site 6. The park is wooded and hilly with many level sites. We had a full hookup 50 amp site near the water. There are no pull-through sites, but this isn't a traditional set-up. The sites are pretty far apart and each site has adequate parking. The park office is nice and the staff was friendly. We did not check out the bathrooms or the laundry. This is a gated park with controlled access. There is a large pavilion, boat launches, docks, parking areas, cabins, and RV spots. It is a pretty park. We had no trouble with neighbors, noise, or traffic. There were a ton of bugs, but I suppose that is to be expected. We look forward to our next trip to Cypress Bend! Note: The utilities are further away from our hookups than we are used to. We had a long hose and extra sewer hoses, but couldn't connect our sewer rinse hose. Take those extra water and sewer hoses! And don't forget the bug spray! Bring extra! - Polyesterpassion
Sep 2015 - $25.00
The park was nice and very quiet. It has 2 fishing areas, swimming area and a kids playground. There was quite a bit of boat traffic with the boat launch but noise was not an issue even with us being set up right on the water. Sites were paved and fairly level but water and electrical hookups were far off from the pad. We barely had enough water hose to make the connection so an extra hose would be helpful. The bathrooms were clean but need some upgrading especially in the showers. The lights were burnt along the jetty but the Pier lights worked fine. We caught a few fish but mainly Catfish. We will stay again soon. - Rnaogea
Apr 2018 - $13.00
This is an older COE park is in fair condition. Some of the facilities are somewhat antiquated. There are very few sites that I would consider real BIG RIG sites, thought there are many large 5th wheels here in our loop. Maybe a 5th wheel is easier than a motor home to level up . Site #12 was an easy back-in and long enough for our 45' motor home plus parking our Toad in front. #12 is an excellent site for a big rig however this site is tree covered and therefore no satellite reception. Verizon signal is moderate 2-3 bars. Our Mifi worked well. It appears that when the Corp of Engineer developed this park they made no effort to level the ground before laying the asphalt. Park roads are very narrow. - Vstarrider1946
Nov 2016 - $14.00
COE park in fair condition. Does not appear to have had any money spent on it in years. Most sites in our loop accommodate a 35' or shorter. We stayed on site 21 which accommodated our 40' motorhome. I believe this would be the only site in this loop we could have stayed on without serious leveling issues. - Bamagolfer
Dec 2015 - $9.00
We've stayed here before and really enjoy the seclusion and quiet. The cost for seniors is a real bargain at 1/2 price. The 50 amp electricity was good and the water pressure at our site was good too. Our site was a bit difficult to get in because of a low hanging branch, but with lots of maneuvering, we managed to fit in with our front windshield looking at the reservoir and the wildlife.
The signs getting there could be better, and a bit worrisome if you haven't been there before, you might think you are lost. - simonsrf
Dec 2017 - $33.00
When we arrived at 5:00pm no one was around. The managers telephone message system did not work. We could not get the washroom codes. Laundry room codes or access the WIFI because we lacked a code. This really bothered us since we decided to pay extra in order to have a laundry and WIFI. The owner was present promptly at opening and he was most apologetic, explained how his telephone had been out of charge and he was indeed unavailable for two hours and it was not normal. He immediately made it right by going us a partial refund, and telling us we could stay as long past check out as we needed without extra charge. We were also offered free firewood so we could have a fire. This made us feel much better. The park itself is a higher end resort style KOA with lovely grounds and lots of grass and trees. We will be back ins site of the mix up on our arrival. - Judy Birchland
Jan 2017 - $38.00
Great park with everything but cable. They have a pond with fish, playground, trails lots of open area. Very friendly and they give you a stack of wood for firepit. And very Close to Lake Sam Rayburn. - SlicksMom
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We had a wonderful relaxing weekend at this park. The staff was very helpful and friendly. They just built a new pool and it is amazing. Our grandchildren loved it. It has a beach entry so the little ones could enjoy it too. There was a birthday party going one for the son of the park owner. They invited our family to join the fun! We had food, cake and our grandkids got to hit the piñata. Very family oriented place! We will be back soon! - Rvretiree22345