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42 RV Parks near Hideaway, Texas
We did however find 42 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.
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
Jul 2018 - $30.00
The park has recently put in concrete pads and roads throughout. Very nice! They have lots of scheduled kids activities and on the weekend. We went during their "summer rates". There isn't a lot of shade at this park. The back in sites under the tree line are best if you want shade. There are quite a few pull thrus but the trees around them aren't very big and they do not allow tents. You choose your site when you make a reservation. Double check your request. We asked for two sites next to each other but when we checked in they had separated us. When we made reservations there weren't any sites along the tree line but when we checked in there were plenty, however none side by side. We had a site separating our two campers but no one ever showed up between us. I question their reservation system. Overall a great park and close to Dallas for a weekend getaway. We will definitely look forward to going again. A couple of improvements they could make are new picnic tables - they are very weathered and warped, and mowing was needed. - CIndy Davis
Jun 2018 - $44.00
The campground is very nicely landscaped with trees at most every site. Brand new extra-wide concrete roadways. Level concrete site pads and patio spaces. Sites are equipped with a white, lighted utilities pedestal with a clear marking of each site number. The utilities are in the perfect spot for our rig with good water pressure, clean power. The maintenance crew was mowing/trimming when we arrived. Pool at the office was clean and the area surrounding it was well maintained. Plenty of mowed "green space" with lakes and ponds to walk your pets. When in East Texas we will stay here again. - SteveDahl
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
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Ok what we stayed in was what they call the overflow. Not the full hookup RV park. It was a little difficult to find a 30 amp but we did without too much trouble. I suggest getting there on Thurs to get the best site. We were very close to the next site but most of our time was spent on the grounds shopping. We will definitely use this again if the full hookup is not avaialbe. Was not perfect by any means but no worse than we expected. Loved the convenience of just leaving our RV and walking over to shop, just a few feet from the site. You can shop go back and rest if you get tired and then go back. - True Texas
May 2013 - $25.00
For what it is--camping on a parking lot--it's great for shoppers at Canton's world-famous First Monday Trade Days. Many spots back up to a creek (the City of Canton should consider spending a bit of money cleaning out the creek for visitors viewing) and it's an asphalt parking lot, but water and electricity are included. You can't get any closer to all the shopping at First Monday Trade Days than this location, but they don't accept advance reservations. It's first-come/first-served. - Robert Shiflet
Dec 2011 - $25.00
It's a parking lot. Never again will we stay here! This place is for packing them in as tight as possible. - chief-rick
Apr 2014 - $25.00
Lewis First Monday RV Park has three RV parking areas on the First Monday Trade Days grounds. There is one on the east side of the creek and a second on the west side of the creek. RV parking is on the perimeter of the parking lots for First Monday Trade Days shoppers. The lots are asphalt. The sites have 30 amp electric. There are several connections on each post, so may have to have a long electric cord. Water facets are shared. Some sites have sewer. The sites on the east side of the creek are mostly level. The west side has some level sites and some that are not very level. When it rains a lot, the creek sometimes rises into the RV park/parking lot. We have always stayed in the first two lots, but this time we went up the hill to the third area because rain was in the forecast. Only RVs park there, no shoppers. It is asphalt with electric, water and sewer. The sites are level. There are twelve 50 amp sites in addition to the 30 amp sites. It is rather close quarters with RVs facing each other. The sites are at a 90 degree angle making it a little harder to back in, but large RVs do park there. We have a (40' with 4 slides). There are about 50 sites at each location. There is no host, restrooms or showers. Payment can be made at the Dixie House or someone will come by for payment. They only take cash or check. You are given a plastic ribbon to hang on your RV showing you have paid. They also give you a parking pass to hang in your tow vehicle so you can come and go onto the First Monday Trade Days grounds when you want. They take no reservations, first come/first served. They are probably only open each month during First Monday Trade Days, not sure about that. There are a lot more RV sites on the First Monday grounds, but I don't know anything about them. - Travelin Rose
Nov 2012 - $20.00
Cable and Air TV OK, no WI-FI. My 2012 Acer could not get connectivity at sites 3 and 5 next to motel, or 13 in the center. Wi-Fi OK in office. Bath house needs cleaning and maintenance. Urinal would not flush, paper and dead cockroaches on the floor and the hot water was barely lukewarm. Lock on Ladies Bathroom was broken. Only 3 sites were taken. We will not stay here again. - rossby
Oct 2011 - $23.00
We came for the flea market and finding a place to stay was hard, Best Western had sites available. This place is definitely a last choice place, it is a stripe of sites behind the hotel. The site pads are asphalt and although ours was level it was old, not in great shape. There is grass (more like weeds) next to the site and a very warped table. The sites are wide and they do have some long one for big rigs. The free Wi-Fi works well. Overall the RV park need a lot of tender loving care, but the reasonable rate makes it good for an over night stay. - hapicamper
Dec 2010 - $22.00
This is a great bargain at $21 plus tax! The restrooms and showers were very clean and spacious. I have excellent Wi-Fi from the hotel at lot 2. They warn you ahead of time but select a back in on sites 1 through 7 for good WI. There is no complementary breakfast now. The park lanes are narrow but it is not a huge problem unless you are a big dog towing. The pull through sites are 60 feet plus. We stayed here in Motor home towing a Saturn which we used to go to the Trade Days goat rope. There are only 4 campers in this park tonight. We came here after turning down Mills Creek because they wanted to sock us with a $5 fee for Wi-Fi. No way Jose! The entrance is in a very busy area. Take the wide concrete path between the Shell and Chevron stations. There is a RV sign further south but it is unknown where this leads. - rossby
Apr 2006 - $8.00
Coast-To-Coast rate. This is primarily, 95%, a resort selling lots for permanent homes. There is a boat launch for bass fishing. The rest rooms could have used some more cleaning and some soap. The swimming pool doesn't open until Memorial Day. Paved roads but grass lots with no concrete patios. Nice fire places on each campsite. Open year round. The playground was quite a distance from the RV section. A security gate guarded the resort. - adamsr2
Jan 2008 - $10.00
The "pads" were so uneven we could not level our 5th wheel. There were cars parked along the road, very hard to maneuver around, dogs barking and running loose. The dump station on every site was over a foot above the ground, we had to manhandle the hose, very bad. - chiniakbay