37 RV Parks near Hideaway, Texas
We did however find 37 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hideaway. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hideaway in the left hand column.
Apr 2016 - $25.00
Not fun - the wifi is useless - will stay connected about 30 seconds at a time - if at all. The restrooms smell VERY bad - maybe they are clean (?) but the bad odor is a deterrent. The TV cable is only slightly better than the wifi - can connect to channels then suddenly you are watching SNOW! - The spots are NOT level - no where near level - in fact we had several blocks in place and still could not get even nearly level!! Some of the permanent residents are a bit different - wandering around with beer bottles in hand and probably didn't need another beer anyway. Just not a comfortable feeling at all. For your money......keep driving a little longer - there are newer parks and nicer parks not far away. - EllieMae Erskine
Mar 2016 - $30.00
We stayed a couple of days. The sites are fairly close together. We had problems with the electrical pedestal and had to move. Very noisy, as it is close to Highway 31. - MaryAnnG
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Access to the park going east entailed a U-turn on the busy interstate (dangerous). We reserved a select site away from the traffic noise at the rear of the park two months in advance. When we arrived they had given away our site despite having called them several times with updates to our progress getting there. Ended up having to squeeze into a site about 100' from the highway where most of the shade trees were but no sleep from the highway noise and construction going on at that spot. At the time there was a permanent resident parked there with a Pit Bull tethered outside his trailer with a light weight cord and several other permanents with clutter around their units taking up the prime sites with a few dogs running loose. It seemed to us that their utilities were installed on the wrong side of the very narrow sites for modern rigs and this limited the sites we could set up on. The sites were very close together. All sites are grass, the roads are gravel/paved and the utilities worked well. We stayed only one night instead of a few months there and found a better spot up the road for our summer exploring base camp. Definitely would not stay here again. - wheels
Dec 2017 - $1.00
My wife and I stopped by and looked at this park trying to find a full time place for us to stay. The park was fairly nice except for lot #11 which had a lot of junk around the RV and even an old couch in the front yard covered with a blue tarp. Their website says they provide wifi but we spoke to some residents there who said the WiFi doesn't work most of the time and they've reported it to the owners and they won't fix it. The rates seemed to be a little high for the location and amenities provided. Just thought people should know soon to the next one. - rangerfan
Dec 2016 - $1.00
Great place to live. It's a retirement park. Gated, beautiful 6 acres. Lots of trees. Has laundry room,club house w/ pool table and workout room. Great people living here as well. Found my heaven here in Alba. - Vicki vogel
Nov 2016 - $25.00
This is a lovely RV park. The RV's are spaced nicely apart, and the whole park is covered with trees. Fenced, and gated. They have a laundry room, an exercise room, and a club house that is just finished. Also a dog park. Close to Lake Fork, and Lake Holbrook. Very caring management. - Deborah Mitchell
Aug 2017 - $20.00
This is a small park east of Dallas. 19 sites FHU 30/50A, back in sites, park on concrete, grass all around, roomy sites, clean. $20. per night, $120 per week, you can call ahead and reserve. - 2GermanAmericans
Feb 2016 - $20.00
All back-in sites with concrete pads.
Easy walking distance to grocery store and resturants. Locted in the "Heart" of Quitman.
Cable TV was a bit wonky, more channels than we would ever watch.
Good electric and water, but make sure you have a 50 to 30 amp dogbone. Free Wi-Fi.
Park along tree-line in the summer to be in the shade.
Pay at ranger's residence with cash or check only. Drop box for payment.
A few long term residents but everything is kept clean.
Public bathrooms adjucent to city park / playground that we didn't use. - thetravelkids
Jan 2012 - $20.00
We stopped here for the fourth year on our way south. Not a bad basic park. No frills. We would stay again. - Airstream Man
Sep 2014 - $25.00
First off, great owners/managers, just plain nice people. Some sites a little different; they are covered (under shelters). Most seem to live there full time and very friendly. The owners are more interested in your comfort. I just pulled along side a fence, and the owner helped me drop the towed. He said he would get the money later. Had to find his wife on day two. Would stay again. Only gave it an 8 because there are no amenities and no trash pickup. - Phrg34
Aug 2014 - $25.00
These folks are the NICEST people I have ever met. The park is clean, maintained, everything was super nice. If they have a spot open, this is a great place with great people. - plasma800
Mar 2014 - $40.00
Trails End is the best on Lake Palestine, with small boat access ramp and bank fishing available. Very Clean with modern utilities and large lots. Owner on site and very helpful. The long term tenants are great and help maintain this park in top condition. If you're looking to enjoy East Texas this is the place to stay. - TomCtheBest
May 2012 - $35.00
This is a park really intended for long-term residents and is still in the process of becoming as it is less than 2 years old. Some of the spots are gravel; some are concrete. Most have some shade at least part of the day as it's located in a former wooded area. There are only 4 transient spots and anyone looking to stay a week or longer should look into one of the other lots. - leciel19
Oct 2011 - $10.00
Pass this one by. It is advertised as an adult, extended stay park for buses, motorhome and high-end 5th wheels. But the Owners have disregarded that to get any renters. Generating cash flow is more important to them. The rate I paid is a discounted, monthly rate. The park is under construction with limited amenities: no bathroom or shower; unfinished laundry; limited Wi-Fi access; crushed concrete roads and pads; and no private yards as advertised. The Owners have no RV experience and the parks layout shows it. My hookups were located near the front of our pad making for a long hookup. And the 3 page rental agreement your required to sign: not worth the paper it's written on. - pepawntx
Jun 2010 - $48.00
The site we had was a dump, junk cars, boats and motorcycles on the next site, trash around the permanent trailers nearby. Permanent mobile home next to our site had a tied out dog the left his droppings all over our site. Uncapped sewer connection on our site. Price was for holiday weekend, we left the next morning even though we had paid in advance for two nights. Would never stay here again, the cable and Wi-Fi did work. - texas5vr
Apr 2010 - $39.00
We camped here for he weekend while visiting family in Tyler. Office staff very friendly and helpful. We camped on site 2A. The site was very uneven and you had to go over a large possible speed bump to get into it. Too many full time permanent residents in the lake front views. Did not feel very safe in the area. Looks like they are trying to clean it up. Don't know if we will be back. - PJ Beans
Mar 2009 - $28.00
This park had just experienced rain and it was very muddy. Even though the sites had been asphalted at some time, mud covered them. Spaces were tight with very little, to no room to park. With the slides out, there was no more than about 3' between rv's. The owner/manager was very friendly & helpful. The park tended to get loud at night with parties. The lake view was nice, but limited. There was no Wifi even though it was advertised that there was. We would not stay there again. - hallelujah road
Apr 2014 - $20.00
The rate reflects the 50% Passport America rate. The entrance is easily missed, it looks more like a driveway into someone's side yard and there is no signage visible for this park. The roads are gravel and wind in between the trees in the park so be careful when navigating. The sites have gravel pads and there is no rhyme or reason to how they are laid out. Our site, a pull-through, was plenty long enough but not very level front to back. The owners/managers and the work camper were all very nice but the park needs a lot of updating and sprucing up to be worth the full price of $40 per night. - wingerphil
Dec 2013 - $20.00
Very friendly park with lots of 'walking around' room. Dogs are 'free to be' as long as you pickup after them. Close to the Canton restaurants, fuel, propane, & Walmart. Lots of trees but they are high enough and easy to avoid with RV roof. - leona mae
Mar 2013 - $40.00
Waited until the last minute for First Monday Easter weekend. Took a chance since we would not be there most of the day. Park is really trying and still recovering from the 2011 drought and a 2013 tornado. Nice landscaping and gathering spots in progress. Mostly permanent residents with some overnight sites. Utilities good. Sites are gravel. Owners and park host very nice and helpful. Maintenance guy on site. A quiet park and really felt safe there. Pricey, but it was First Monday - 4 miles from town. - Perch151
Mar 2011 - $20.00
Very nice little park just far enough out of Canton to get you into a country setting. We met the host who was super nice, even sat in our bus for a time to visit. We understand they had just gotten the place back from the previous owners that couldn't make it work. Even though they had it back a short time, it was as clean as a pin. Full time campers at the park even helped us get settled in. - davekellas
Dec 2010 - $10.00
Nice, quiet park with long, easy access pull-thrus. Lots of dark skies to see all the stars...and the Geminid meteor shower! As has been noted, rate is for Passport America, minimum of 3 days. Put your money in the envelope, put the envelope in the slot in the laundry. All utilities worked as expected. Only semi downside is the distance from Canton...about 10 miles. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to others. - PennyPA
Apr 2010 - $20.00
Not a 'resort' stop but a good choice for getting off the road with lots of room for any size rig. Nightly rate discounted for Passport if stay is minimum of 3 up to 6 nights. No-one on site, payment is by "fee envelope in the slot". Phone number above is corrected from last review. Wi-Fi was not working the week we were there. No bath or shower facilities for tenting-self contained units best. Not far south from Canton for shopping, etc. One mile south is a pleasant Mexican-American restaurant. We and would return. - Grandpa Bobby
Oct 2017 - $40.00
First let me state that I stayed in a "standard" pull thru site. Having walked thru the campground, I would recommend trying the "premium" sites as they are significantly more appealing. Had I known there were better sites available I would have chosen to pay the extra $10 to have a nicer site, but the office never mentioned it and I didn't do enough homework to know. Despite the small number of campers that night, the office placed me between two other campers (I never understand why campgrounds don't spread people out to maximize their camper's privacy and comfort). The sites are relatively close together and there is ample room for big rigs and tow cars.
The electrical and water worked fine. The sewer connection was cross threaded and unusable. The cable was like watching TV in a snow storm: useless. The park in general could use some sprucing up: trash laying around, trees needed trimming, pot holes in the roads.
It's amazing since when you drive up it looks like a first class resort but when you hit the "standard" site area, it leaves a lot to be desired. Better maintained, lower price options exist 30 miles either way down I-20, I'd recommend looking at those campgrounds or paying up to stay in the premium sites. - Jacarl
Sep 2017 - $41.00
This resort is old. The entrance is almost hidden. The interior road is rough. The "grass" is almost not existant. The staff is nice. It is a large family oriented resort. I will not rate any of that since we did not use any of the amenities. The sites are rough and not very level, we had trees on our site that needed trimming. The site hadnt't been "policed" very well. I lot of trash laying around. There was a lot of ants at all the sites. The Taco Shack near the entrance had very good food. - Phaeton
Jul 2017 - $30.00
The grass at our site is sparse, the picnic table is rotting and the sewer connection is broken. There are a lot of amenities - good for some people we just don't use the pool and other games. The roads here, while some are patched, are still rather bumpy. It was in a location that we needed so it was an okay camp site. - Tony Connie and Rusty