2 Parks near Highlands, Texas
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Very clean park, well maintained and friendly staff. Sites are large and all hookups, WiFi, etc. worked well. - senator47
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Chose this park from Good Sam GPS last minute. We were tired and needed to get off road. Office was closed when we arrived at 6:30 p.m. No site map or after hours check in info. We asked a few people going by, they could care less and were rather rude. We followed the usual protocol (left a note and chose an up front open site). The next morning we couldn't wait to leave. A lot of road noise along with vehicles in and out all night does not make a restful or peaceful night. Overpriced, sketchy, and never again. The good: paved roads. - Lunchy
Jun 2015 - $38.00
Stayed a couple of days. Good place to stay to visit Houston Area. Sewer connections were long way from where it should be. Big trees so we had to maneuver the coach a bit to get a signal. We were on site 4B, across from the swimming pool, near the front of the park. The front was pretty old but the rear was new with larger sites, better area. We will stay here again. - Danorske
Feb 2016 - $75.00
An expensive park for a location far outside Houston. They brag about their peaceful surrounding but we could hear the interstate all night. The view from our campsite of the river was very nice but the setup of the campsite was weird. We selected this place because our campsite had a "private" spa/hot tub. What they did not say is the hot tub is on the sewer side of the coach! Not a great location for sneaking out of your coach for a dip in the hot tub when it's on the utilities side of the coach. - Bauernfeind
Feb 2016 - $55.00
The park has well kept paved roads easy to navigate. All sites are concrete and most are pull-thru. The back-in sites are near the river. The amenities down by the river are very nice; disappearing pool, gazebo, pier, etc. Sunsets are fabulous by the river. ATT was 5 bars.
We did experience some negatives. The sites are very narrow. If we parked the truck on the side in the intended parking spot, the truck door when opened would hit our neighbors slide. It's a long walk to the river and back. The sites near the river are also narrow, short back-ins, and utilities are on the passenger side. This is ok for class A, but not for trailers. Also the cost is $89 per night for river sites.
Cable TV is provided, but only got 11 channels, so we used our antenna and got many, many channels.
Wifi was also provided but it was too slow for Internet use. We used our hot iPhone hotspot.
We stayed here for location and would not stay again. There are 2 other parks on the same road. - pamula
Jan 2016 - $89.00
This is a really nice campground just outside of Houston on Interstate 10, about 15 miles from Houston's city center in a city called Highlands, Texas. It has just about all the amenities one would expect from a resort style RV resort. My site was a deluxe premium site and included a private hot tub and a view of the San Jacinto river. other amenities included
* two fishing piers
* large two story cottages as well as smaller cottages
* Large clubhouse with an infinity pool and hot tub
* Private showers and bathrooms
* Large Laundry room
The only cons I had with this place is it's a tad on the larger size and if you have a site near the river, you will find that the workout room, laundry, store and dumpsters are quite a hike away up to the front of the park. Also trash is not picked up at your site as in some resorts so if you plan on staying by the river, you will have to walk or drive to the dumpsters for your trash removal.
I would stay here again and recommend it to anyone needing to stay in the area. - 2ndHomeTx