15 RV Parks near Lone Oak, Texas
Apr 2017 - $41.00
Have never been treated as well as we were here. From registration to leaving everything was very professional. Assisted with finding our site, helped with parking as it was dark, security, they sprayed around all campers for insects. Just awesome people. Very eager to please guests as we had 2 fifth wheels and a tent they made it possible to be together. Will definitely be coming back. You are right on the water and boat ramps right there onsite. A playground for the kids and places for bike riding. Although we didn't use the showers, other in our group did and they were very pleased. Everything is clean and staff is quick to pick up trash. - trailrider53
Feb 2017 - $35.00
We had stayed here YEARS before but had heard they made some major upgrades. Did they ever!! This park is really nice and clean with waterfront sites added. They are continually upgrading other long term and short term sites. The grounds are gated and a code is needed to enter. People are friendly and also helped with backing into the site. Some pull throughs and some back ins. Clean restrooms, screened shelters, cabins, and tent sites. If you have to cancel, they will not give a refund but they "credit" you for your next stay. We stayed for a weekend and will be back! - TexasNolan
Oct 2016 - $41.00
.From looking at the dates of previous comments, there have been many improvements in the last year. We have a waterfront site. Off waterfront are less.
Simply beautiful lake!!
Very friendly staff. Very quiet and peaceful.
Like the fact that they enforce pet rules and quiet times.
Picnic tables and fire pits at each site.
Great fishing pier. There are cabins, shelters and tent camping for non-RVers. Playground for our grandkids when they came. The security is great. Spaces are wide!! Large, beautiful park!! Herds of deer roam through the park.
We have been here a month, before we go back on the road. Will definitely be back here anytime we are staying in the area.
Rates vary with length of stay. Love this spot. Take sunset pictures every night.
Not crowded at all during week.
Fills up some on weekends. - Hathaway67
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Easy access, friendly staff and an excellent fishing community. Nice peaceful area. Will be back. Site is tucked away surrounded by Lake Tawakoni. Just past the 2 mile bridge coming from Quinlan, about 3-4 miles on the right. Easy spotable sign. Sky Point RV Park. - James Cubin
Sep 2014 - $20.00
This is a very small park near Lake Tawakoni. The camp host lives on the premises and is extremely helpful. The concrete pads are small - probably less than 20' but there was plenty of room for our 40' fifth wheel trailer, just couldn't get all 4 jacks on the concrete. The sewer hookup is at the rear of the site, so we had to get an extension hose, but other hookups were very convenient. There are a few permanent trailers that are rented out but they are well kept. There are several pavilions for day use as well as a boat launch. There is a good-sized playground, also. We would definitely stay here again when back in the area. - SandyA
Jun 2017 - $20.00
Shower/Restroom combination building has a leaking sewer line that has left a sewage lake behind the building. Our TT and Truck Camper sunk down into the pad dirt up to the rims. When it rains there is a huge amount of standing water. Lawns are not kept mowed. Several large open trenches with no warning markers. Laundry room dirty and only a portion of the equipment works. The restroom was filthy and the shower was nasty. No hot water. Office staff OK but the owner needs to work on people skills. We were there for several months and finally had enough and left. We will never stay there again. - rkleppin
May 2017 - $25.00
We were just looking for a one night stopover with a pull thru site so we wouldn't have to unhook the tow. This worked. Looked like a lot of permanent residents. They had an area designated for overnighters. Full hookups including cable but we couldn't get the cable to work. Nothing else here. Office guy was very nice. Ok place for a stopover as long as you don't mind the chickens roaming around. Our dog wanted to herd them. - Patricia57
Dec 2016 - $25.00
Perfect stop for a safe level stopover for a night or two. Nothing fancy but they have gravel pull throughs with 50amp service which is just what we were looking for. - Richard907
Jun 2017 - $48.00
We have been to many camp sites and this is the first bad experience. The manager was very rude and intoxicated. On Saturday we were having problems with our electricity and called the office. We were told they will TRY and get someone out to fix it. Needless to say no one showed up and it was miserable. We have been to the one in Lake Whitney and love it, it was beautiful and very clean. We were considering buying a membership but after this experience we are on the fence on not to. For the price of 48.00 a night and no sewer plus a resort fee is not worth the money going back. - Donna loves camping
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This is a typical TT park. The usual amenities, a little worn, rough roads, dirt and gravel sites. Lots of annual tenants but neat and tidy. Nice and quiet on a pretty lake. Lots of fishing going on, which seems to be the major draw. The park is remote. Groceries and other basics are 15 minutes away. Stayed during a rainy week and the park is very muddy. The drainage system needs some work. There is some tree trimming and other repairs going on. The staff is very nice. - rushin river
Nov 2015 - $1.00
As seems to be the case with many Thousand Trails parks, this park appeared that it had a lot going for it when it was built, but maintenance, particularly of the road surfaces, has been lacking. Check in was easy, we were told to select our own site, and we chose one in section H, near the ranger station. The site was nice, reasonable distance from neighbors, ok surface to the site (may have been asphalt at one time, now mostly gravel). On the second morning, we were watching the water rise in the sites on the road across from us, and saw the rangers coming through to ask us to move as the power would be shut down in section H (and I). Many "permanent" looking RVs were needing to move also. We moved to a site in C - after trying to get into a couple in A where the narrowness of the road and the site, and the instability of the surfaces just off the road, combined to make it very difficult to get our 43' motorhome backed in. The water continued to rise, so two days later, we moved to a site on the main road in A - a much better location.
Price reflects Thousand Trails membership. - pattic777
Nov 2017 - $18.00
New park so things are pretty nice and facilities are modern. Employees and owners are very friendly and helpful. Priced very well and they have several discounts available. Entrance is a bit tricky, Mapquest led us down a rabbit hole so check directions first and follow them not GPS, or call ahead. Not positive (but close) on rate given above but was very affordable with Passport discount. Spaces were not, "Spacious" but pretty generous. Glad to see new enthusiasm and new owners. GOOD LUCK! - EugeneLou
Oct 2017 - $31.00
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. Right off the interstate but no traffic noise. The park is immaculate and we could definitely see that the owners have been busy working on their beautiful park. The sites were level, long enough for rigs and tows and plenty wide for our 5 slides. We had fun on the "porch". The first Saturday morning of the month is donuts and coffee provided by the park. A couple of nights we enjoyed having happy hour on the porch with guitars and guests. They now have easy after hour check in and of course, the hospitality is the best.
Texas has frontage roads which makes exits strange. Headed East get off at 101, watch for 2 way traffic on frontage road and the park is on the right. Headed West, you will get off on 101 stay in the left lane go down to the gas station, U turn (it's big enough") then stay left and come straight over the overpass and you will be at the 2 way frontage road and see the park. - Lucy and Ethel5w
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Convenient location to A&M Commerce, Greenville & I-30; Management has growth plan to expand their Resort; Management maintains grounds and keeps resort clean; We're repeat customers; Staff cares and provides professional customer service and, Management allows mail/package delivery for their customers. - Texas Wanderers
Oct 2017 - $15.00
My only issues with the park were that the women's showers in our area (not sure if they were the only ones) were way too open and exposed - the shower curtains barely covered two-thirds of the opening of the individual shower cubicles and their accompanying changing area. There were only two showers, and the water pressure was very, very low. My other issue was that there was a lot of glass and garbage along the shore of the lake where we were allowed to walk our dogs. Not sure about the human swimming area as we never went there (no pets allowed) but the clay mud at the edges of the water was incredibly slick and slippery (which was amusing, but also irritating to walk through) and all the glass and fishing line etc. Otherwise, this State Park was BEAUTIFUL! We stayed an extra night because we loved it so much, and so did the dogs. It was quiet, peaceful, and dark enough that you could see a vast starry night sky, and you were just far enough away from fellow RVers that you didn't feel invaded. We will stay there in a heartbeat if we get the chance to go out that way again. - Andrea Vallejos
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Swim beach is a very close walk to campsite . Beautiful views of sunset. - Ilona
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Lake Tawakoni State Park is one of the nicest parks that I have camped at. With that being said, I will not go back unless they have done something about the ANTS. We camped here August 4th through August 6th. We camped with full hookups in the Spring Creek section of the park. We, and every other camper we talked to, in this section were inundated by ants. Little ones, the native little orange ones, and those pesky black and red tree ants were everywhere, by the thousands! They were in our campers, our trucks, clothes, everything. All the campers we talked to had the same problem. For this reason I won't go back unless I take a huge bag of ant poison with me! Such a beautiful park to have your trip ruined and overrun by ants. It was a bad experience for us. - lobowolf42
Jul 2016 - $37.00
New Campground in the Lake Tawakoni area. You have water (lake) access and boat access. This park caters primarily to long term tenants, but all long term residents are vetted by a background check, has surveillance cameras and is gated. Feel very secure. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Will return. - stanbar
Jun 2017 - $25.00
One of, if not the BEST park we've stayed in. Well kept grounds. Frisbee golf, 10 unit storage bldg, pond, Lake Fork access, 120 foot pier, very friendly owners. Approx. 75% are full time residents. Quiet park, friendly neighbors, pull-through as well as back in sites. Could accommodate big rigs. - jmsrbrt
Jun 2017 - $30.00
One of the best in this area. Experienced owners. Superb grounds. Good spacing. Good wifi, fishing pond, lake access. Close enough to major grocery store. Can't say enough about owners and how accommodating they are. Very clean little laundry with bath. - tbax46
Mar 2012 - $30.00
Our first visit to North Shore Landing in a 40' RV with toad. Interior roads and long pull through sites can fit any size rig. Wi-Fi had good reception. Stocked pond on site; this is located on a world class bass fishing lake. This is 20 minutes from the Canton 1st weekend sale, a quiet break from the busy shopping area. Pad sites are level with gravel and full hook-ups. There were back-in and pull through sites available. We saw motor-homes, fifth-wheels, and travel trailers. There were also cabins and a house available. A boat ramp is on site. Very reasonable country club golf available 15 min away. The pond has a great deck with fire and BBQ available. Floats available for the pond and a fountain was on, but too cold for us, maybe in June. We spent two nights, but hope for 3-4 on the next trip. This is a very new facility; they are currently building a laundry room and shower facilities. The grounds are beautiful. - Navychop
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Dec 2017 - $40.00
Clean park, easy in and out. Great service, level spots. No issue with Sat' We spent 1 night on our way to DFW. Lots of fulltime folks here. Very friendly and their sites were not junky. We will here stay again. - KodiTzu
Nov 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here for one night in early November, on our way from further west heading toward Little Rock, AR. Park was clean and easy to maneuver. The main entrance is huge. The sites seem a little close to the neighboring sites. Only the fact that they were all on an angle gave us some sense of separation. Despite a rule "No dog pens allowed", the site next to us had a pen with 2-3 yapping little dogs for a while. As we were going to Dallas to meet family for dinner, it was not a problem and they were gone later. Wifi was on the weak side. AT&T was good enough to live stream something. Park is far enough off I-30 that there is no noise issue. - TomAndKathy
May 2017 - $34.00
We have stayed here many times and were here 10 days for this trip. The park is clean and well maintained. Most sites are pull throughs and big rig friendly with enough space for your tow vehicle. There are several tent-only sites and cabins available. The park is located about 1/2 mile off of interstate 30 and there is minimal highway noise. There is a nice pool, but it is only open in the summer. A large stocked private lake is on the property for catch & release fishing. The camp store has a reasonable selection if you have forgotten something. The laundry has 6 washers and 6 dryers at $1.25 & $1.00 respectively. The park is 80% occupied by semi-permanent campers, but most of these are grouped together. Overall we found everyone to be friendly, nights were quiet, and security was never a concern. We will be staying here again in the future. - Kyle Clevenger