This is a new RV park started by a popular local restaurant. All dirt roads, very dusty. It's a bare bones park. There is no playground, bathhouse, pool, or any real grass (as of yet, not sure of future plans). There is a dirt berm, on a hill with a hard turn making it a little difficult getting in for a big rig. The spaces are narrow and close together. There is a building for an office but it's not manned by anyone, you go to the restaurant to check in. There is a bar attached to the restaurant that probably has the potential to get very noisy at night as they offer live music. There are numerous full time campers and workers staying in the park. The reservation process is still a little shaky, someone was parked in the spot they assigned us, the restaurant manager seemed confused about it, he offered to find us another space, but we chose not to stay at that point and left for another park. - Fixn2gocamp
Beautiful park and at this time of year, during the week, virtually empty. This campground is perfect for small rigs and the smaller Travel Trailers and pop-ups face no challenges. The road through the campground is narrow so swing room can be an issue. The sites are lumpy and in some cases, not at all level. We are in a premium site across from the lake and there is a drainage ditch running under the entrance to the site which could cause considerable damage if you dropped a tire into it. We are 55 feet hitched and had no issue getting into our site. There are some sites suited to larger fifth wheels and motor homes but not many. During our stay one rig ended up in a ditch while backing into his site and other folks opted to change sites once they saw their original reserved site. The hookups are various distances away from the pad so be sure to pack the long hoses. A ranger did mention that TXDOT plans to repave the road and campsites this fall.
I highly recommend this park but if you have a larger rig you need to be prepared to take your time backing into the site and leveling. I rely on these reviews for making campground choices for our large rig so I am hoping to be helpful to someone else with these cautions. - PBuds
Nice and quiet, with lots of trees and a bike ride away from the lake. Waterfront lots available but were booked up. I have already booked the waterfront for 2 more trips we plan to spend at this park. Can't wait to get there again. - lsaranthus
This is a beautiful location on the lake and we had a site overlooking the lake. Site were not that level, but the location and view make up for any minor shortcomings. - bill1443
This is an Escapee campground that is the headquarters for the Escapee club and also has a Care Center that helps members with their health problems. It is a nice park with lots of streets to walk on. The only problem is that NO ONE adheres to the speed limit and drive very fast throughout the park. - ob's place
Rainbow's End is the home location for Escapee's RV Club. The vast majority of the sites here are occupied by permanent residents or long term stays. There are, however, at least 50 spaces near the entrance that are for the use of short term campers. We stayed two nights in a level gravel pull thru with 50 amp, water and sewer. The campground is adequate, friendly and located about six miles from shopping in Livingston. The office could use some TLC but it certainly met all of our needs. Not attractive for kids but for the older crowd that seem to make up most of the membership is was a good stop. - finally Free
This is Escapees headquarters. They have a lot of activities to participate in (geared toward retirees), well kept facilities and pool, and it has a very social atmosphere. The downside is it is located in Livingston; not a lot of choices in shopping or nearby activities. The on site Care Center is a very big plus for the elderly and/or infirmed RVer. - rvrrat520