25 Parks near Montgomery, Texas
Dec 2015 - $41.00
We have used this RV Park for years with the previous owners. They sold out. We were going to continue to use but it but the rates have changed even with my FMCA and Good Sam discount.
You will find this a decent park but NOT worth $40 when all parks around this area are much, much lower. It was great people, but now apparently people who think we all have more money then sense? Previous owners always had wonderful Christmas display. The Park is gravel and some have 2 concrete strips to park on. Is a quiet area and nothing actually wrong except not a $45 Park. - Stevie
Mar 2015 - $45.00
The facilities at Country Place were in need of some updating but were servicable. Showers are not available to you if you have a shower/bathroom on your unit. We had a problem with our bathroom and the staff were very accomodating to allow us to use the facilities until we got out unit fixed. Friendly, clean, above average customer service (but the office isn't open long hours). We would stay there again. We stayed for 3 months on a travel nursing contract. Poor WiFi in the back spaces. - redhedmedic
Aug 2014 - $29.00
We stayed here from the last of May to the last part of August, 2014. This qualifies me to make certain statements, pro and con, about this park. This may be lengthy. Bear with me. The park is located in Cut N Shoot, Texas, on the outskirts of Conroe, north of Houston. From the looks of the area, this isn't a Texas showplace town, but it is quaint and has its own uniqueness. Don’t let that detract you from this park. The owners work hard at trying to keep the area maintained. The park has over seventy sites with full hookups. Some sites are concrete pads…some are concrete runners…some are gravel…all the roads are crushed rock/gravel. Our site was concrete runners and level from side to side. The only leveling required was from front to back. The park is divided into basically two section separated by two ponds with a dam/driveway to cross from one side of the park to the other. The front side of the park is more for short time campers…from one or two days, to a week or so. The back side is for long term customers. This portion of the RV park looks a little dated…some of the campers here are several years old. It was very quiet…after 9pm, there were hardly any lights on, except ours. The front portion of the park is newer and is where all the amenities are located. There are plenty of trees so you’re in the shade most all the time…helps with the electricity bill if you are monthly people. This park can accommodate most any sized rig and has 20, 30 and 50 amp hookups. • Check-in was easy. Jan (pronounced “Yan”) and Linda are the owners. Linda checked us in, and Jan escorted us to our site and helped get us positioned on the site. Upon check-in, you are given a map and three pages of rules for the park. The rules aren’t unreasonable. Most of the long term sites are kept up well. • Rates are very reasonable…the website advertises daily, weekly and monthly rates. The monthly rate is advertised as $315.00 per month, plus electricity. We reserved a site and upon arrival, we were told the price was 335.00 per month. When we asked about the advertised rate of $315.00, we were told they were “out of those sites.” We didn't complain as $335.00 is still reasonable, but I was a little taken aback when told that they were out of the advertised “$315 a month + electricity” sites. Make sure the price is what you want before your commit. By the way, our electric bill was around 90 bucks per month. • Pool was well maintained and clean. Pets are not allowed anywhere near the pool. • Country Place is pet friendly. There is no designated place to walk your pets, so anywhere is fair game. All the owners ask is that you pick up after your pets. Be respectful of others. Make sure your pets are treated for fleas….there are sand fleas here. Also, pets must be on a leash. • Meeting room – It’s fairly large, but I really don’t know how many it can accommodate. Parking is ample, but word of warning….do not park on the grass there or anywhere in this park. I’ve noticed some reviews where folks have been chewed out by the owner for parking on the grass. He works hard to keep it manicured as best he can, and there are signs everywhere warning of parking in the grass. If you park in the grass, and the owner gets upset with you, well, you earned that chewing out. • Security – There is a code for just about everything you use here, except the laundry room. There is a gate that is closed at night. There is a code for the gate, as well as the rest of the amenities, except for the laundry room. • Cable TV – There is none. But we did well with our antenna. We were able to pull in about 50 stations (including substations). If you don’t have a dish, and you get bored with antenna TV, there are movies to rent in the office. • Public bathroom/shower – We rarely used them, but they were cleaned every day by personnel. • Landry room – Ample enough for the park. There are three washers and as many dryers. The dryer to your extreme right runs for 90 minutes on your quarters…the others run for 60 minutes. The laundry room has an AC unit and it’s attached to a timer. However, it didn’t work during our stay, or it was cut off from the outside. If you use this for your laundry, I’d recommend you going early in the morning, or late in the evening because if you go during the middle of the day during the summer, it is unbearably hot…no air movement at all. • Internet – Probably my biggest complaint about this park. We had to have it for the wife’s work…not a luxury for us, but a necessity. The internet here is slow. It’s not because of the signal strength, but because of bandwidth. During the day, it was faster…not as many people on it. At night, it was much slower. If you’re planning on using something like a RoKu, or some other streaming device, you can forget about it. • Fishing – As stated before there are actually three ponds that are water runoff fed. These ponds are stocked with fish. You can fish here, but the park operates under the “catch and release” theory. • There is no garbage pickup at your camper. There is a dumpster available for you to place your garbage. It’s a good walk from the back side of the park, but no too bad. I didn’t mind it at all. In summary, my only real complaints were the internet, the difference in rates per month, and the lack of AC in the laundry room. Other than that, our stay was pleasant. Jan and Linda run a pretty tight ship. Jan is constantly working around the park. If you stay here, request to be placed on the front side of the park. - Traveling Man 49
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We love Huntsville State Park. Not fancy but lots of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, fishing, and swimming. In April there are very few campers and plenty of space and privacy. - Fidchik
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Nice park on a small lake. We stayed in 50A, water site, though they have full hook-up sites available. There are lots of trees, so can be difficult to maneuver with a big rig. We are 39ft. The campground hosts are friendly and helpful, the sites are spacious, somewhat level, with fire pit and picnic table. Prairie loop where we were are all back-in sites. We had a good bit of rain during our stay but noticed most sites were dry with no flooding. There are trails, bike paths, fishing and a small nature center. Grocery store and restaurants are 7 mi away. We had a pleasant stay. - mohocamper
Feb 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in Raven Hill loop with full hookups at site #16. The sites are very spacious. Ours opened to a wooded common area with large picnic table, fire pit, and plenty of room for the kids to run, play, and ride their bikes along the paved loop. We had a great view of the small but pretty lake.
Yes, the sites in our loop were quite unlevel but it was no big deal for us to use some leveling blocks.
There are numerous excellent hiking trails of various lengths and difficulty. This is an outstanding biking park---either mountain biking along the trails or biking along the hilly park roads.
Shopping and restaurants in Huntsville are only 10 mi away in case you need them.
We got 2 channels via OTA antenna and had a mix of LTE and 4g cell service from AT&T.
We would certainly return to this beautiful park! - texasAUtiger
Dec 2013 - $39.00
Timber Ridge is an awesome place to stay. Excellent management and friendly. Close to everything, but still a peaceful, country atmosphere. Love it! - Jan B
Jul 2013 - $33.00
Timber Ridge RV Village was a stopping point for one of our small trips. The check in process was smooth with a friendly customer service rep. Getting into our site was quite difficult considering it was a back in. The roads are all gravel, and it is heavily forested in a pleasant way. The showers were not clean nor the restrooms. There weren't any amenities and it was a bit far from any highly urban areas. For a stopping point, it was definitely worth the price. - springchick
Oct 2011 - $11.00
This park just didn't do much for us. It was OK for a place to say for a week. We chose it for it's location. The price reflects the weekly rate. It's all gravel back-in's. The roads are a little rough and have some of the worst speed bumps I've ever encountered. Quite a few long-term residents and older rigs. Nearly all sites are shady. In fact, we had to trim some low hanging branches to get into our site. Overall, not a bad place to stay, just lacked character. - tbraeunig
Jun 2016 - $47.00
Stayed for two nights in a 40' 5th wheel while visiting friends in the area. Front desk folks were friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Sites and roads are all paved, but the roads need some work and have some serious potholes. Site was plenty long enough for 5er and truck. Utilities clean and functional, although the sewer connection was far enough away that I had to dig out my sewer extension hose for the first time in 10 years! We actually liked the park a lot, but downgraded for the condition of the road and the VERY slow (almost unuseable) WIFI - seems that's the case in almost every park we visit these days. - FireFlyer
Apr 2016 - $55.00
The park is a good stop over park and/or a place for quick get away, but if you want a nature type park, keep going. The park is right off a busy highway close to the city of Conroe. While we were camping here, we consistently heard traffic and other distracting noises.
The park accommodations are nice and if the geographic location of the park was set in a more rural setting, it would rank much higher in our opinions. - Pigcrib
Jan 2016 - $43.00
This is a KOA Holiday campground, so there are many amenities including an enclosed pool and hot tub. We stayed 1 night only, so it was a bit expensive for us. We were guided to our site and the guide spotted our position the the utilities. The site was the levelest one we have ever stayed at. We have it on our list to return to if we are in the area again. - northern ranger
Mar 2016 - $50.00
This was a very nice park, but had zero WiFi. I couldn't connect and went to the office. The lady there was quite nice, but that didn't help my connection. She said I should call the provider. I had my Iphone, so I didn't call. I shouldn't have to do that for $50 a day. No refunds. Otherwise the park is quite nice with three ponds for fishing and nice level gravel sites. If WiFi is important, don't stay here. We will not stay here again. - hudsonguy
Feb 2016 - $55.00
This was our second stay. Our first time the park was under different owners and managers, we only stayed a few days but we enjoyed the quiet with only a few neighbors in the back area. Loved the friendly helpful manager. 3 years ago the roads were in fair condition.
We were here for a month this stay, the monthly price excludes electric and has gone up along with the amount of people living full time in need-of-repair trailers, no free WiFi, no social gatherings, not much for kids except catch and release fishing and room to run. The roads are full of holes, filled up with gravel only after the rains have stopped for two days, per the management. Staff is friendly, sites are OK but we did sink and had to readjust several times in our second site. We moved from our first site in the front section because we had no room to park our car and the trimmed branches still blew against our roof. All sites are gravel and mostly level and hook-ups work fine. Maintenance is poor, next to our parking spot had huge ruts the entire month from the previous people and I asked several times for it to be repaired. We left with the muddy ruts still across the grass. The roads are dark and only a few lamp posts work. We didn't bother visiting the bath house located in a park model trailer or either of the small laundry rooms but I did see people using them. It's fine for an overnight or two because it is convenient to The Woodlands and the freeway. I would have thought, for the price increase, that it would have included free WiFi and working lamp posts but our hot spot worked well and the wood ducks and water foul by the ponds were peaceful to watch. - PERRELLAS
Sep 2015 - $50.00
We made reservations for November, but were in town in September and rode through this park. Not sure how it can be rated so high. I am convinced the park management reviewed it because:
1) our jeep barely fit down the one track muddy lane to the park, motor home would have had real difficulty
2) most sites were just a dirt and gravel and construction trucks that limited access
3) trash and filth everywhere
4) cancellation policy only revealed after paid ! No refunds ! - JohnBoyToo
12922 Longstreet Rd. Willis, Texas 77318 (map) | (936) 856-2949
Sites: 180 | Latest Rate: $5.00 | 23 Reviews
Jan 2016 - $5.00
Price reflects C2C membership. Campground was somewhat challenging to find. GPS does not go directly to the campground. Go down Longstreet Road turn on Sandy Cove to go into campground. But it is easy to get into. There is a security gate at the entrance to campground. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground.There are several different areas of campsites. The sites closest to the lake are reserved members. There are sites throughout an area with many trees. These sites were smaller and had mud around them. We chose a larger site in an area with very few trees. The sites near us (#100-118) easily handle big rigs. It would have been more challenging to get into some of the lower sites. Sites are very close together. There was room in our site for the truck, 5th wheel and jeep. Gravel and Asphalt roads through the campground. Sites are level. Some of the sites have picnic tables. Our site was not large enough or level enough for a table. Nice pool area, but the pool is not heated so it was too cold to swim. Laundry room is available, however, half the washers and dryers were out of order. Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Dec 2015 - $1.00
There have been some improvements in the park recently, specifically, concrete pads in some sites. The problem is the approaches to these sites is soft sand, so when it rains, getting in and out is incredible difficult. The roads are abysmal at best. Major washouts which are simply left. A very nice clubhouse, but campers are not allowed to use it. Instead, it is rented for weddings, etc. and permanently set up for such venues. Consequently, it is simply a place to park an RV and stay at one's own site. A disappointment. The sites have such a drop-off, picnic table is not useable, and not enough room to even sit in chairs outside. - work no more
Dec 2015 - $1.00
Most sites are occupied by permanent residents. Restrooms worked, but needed a lot of repair. The laundry was mostly out of commission and looked ratty. Sites were generally large and well spaced. Beware backing into sites on the uphill side of the road. The site may be level, however the approach for some sites requires ascent of a short, but steep grade. Many RV's scraped bottom leaving long scratches in the concrete.
Pedestals had no circuit breakers. Even though I was on a concrete pad, I picked up an ant infestation. Roads are rough and narrow with little room to maneuver.
One section of the park is in a level grassy field. The other section overlooks the lake and is on a nicely wooded hillside. Nights were quiet. WiFi worked well except for the two days it was down altogether. I would be reluctant to camp here again. Rate for ROD is $0. - Morpauwe
Mar 2013 - $37.00
We left after several hours. It is a place for permanent housing in very old RV's. Dirt road, very crowded and overall unsightly. - susvie
Feb 2013 - $13.00
Rate reflects monthly stay. Overall I would love to really, really like this park but a few things conspire to prevent that. First the good. The park has a terrific location with beautiful views of Lake Conroe and immediate water access right behind your RV. The pool and hot tub are clean but we did not get a chance to use them. The office staff appear nice enough but not overly so. In fact, if you stay a while you will learn how little they respect their customers. There is a beautiful little "island" (really a peninsula, but they call it an island) at the back of the park with great opportunities for fishing. A fenced dog walk area and child playground are in place and appear to be well maintained. That's the good parts. The bad starts with the pot hole infested entrance that resemble roads you would find in the oil patch. The Wi-Fi works, but is easily overwhelmed and rarely has enough bandwidth to work at all. The restroom are "cleaned" daily but not very well and are very out dated. Spider webs and insects occupy every one other than the one in the office. The cleaning lady is rude. The office lady and cleaning lady went on and on about how rude their tenants are, then began gossiping about various tenants. Again, this was an overheard conversation. Someone should tell them that this behavior is extremely unprofessional. Prepare to have to wash your RV after staying here as the dirt roads will have them dust covered after a few days. which begs the eternal question, "Why, of why don't RV park owners get a clue and PAVE THEIR ROADS??" All in all, I would say we will not likely be back to this park. There are much nicer parks in the area. While a beautiful concept, this under managed park just doesn't live up to it's promise. - carpedebass
Feb 2013 - $15.00
We are Passport America members and rates reflect that. This park has very generous rules regarding PA stays. Sites are a little close together, gravel sites with grass, no slabs. Picnic table at each site. Overall, a nice park with extremely nice and helpful employees. Effort is made to minimize potholes and maintain dirt/gravel roads. Pool looked great but it was too cool to use. Spa is just sectioned from pool so water is not warm/hot. Wi-Fi worked well at our site during both of our visits. Many long-term residents, some of whose sites are dirty and/or unkempt though not to extreme we have seen on some of our travels. - nana&papashepp
Feb 2012 - $28.00
Worse campground we have stayed at during our entire 3 month trip from Wichita, KS to Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. Not clean, site was poorly maintained, entire area smelled of sewer, and they did not take credit cards on-site, only cash. Lucky (?) we made our reservations on-line. Camp consisted mainly of people living there, I think we were the only travelers to stay part-time. Would NOT return under any circumstances. - roamerparty
Oct 2010 - $30.00
This is a nice little park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There are numerous long-term residents in the park. Our site was gravel/dirt, and required minimal leveling. The community room was very nice, and the restrooms/showers/laundry room were all shiny and clean. A TACO card gets you a 10% discount. We chose this park because it's near the Texas Renaissance Festival in nearby Plantersville. There are other parks closer to the site, but the ones we saw consisted of an open field with hookups installed; no trees, etc. Rambling Vines has no picnic tables, cooking grills, or swimming pool, but it's a quiet little park. We had stayed here a couple of years ago, and will go back again. - K Graham
Nov 2005 - $20.00
Small park just west of the town. Very convenient for the Texas Renaissance Festival (TRF). About half of the residents are permanent. Fairly new park (2003?). Dirt roads and dirt sites. Next to highway but quiet. Very nice manager and family-owned by folks who live on-site. Some pull throughs but mostly back-ins. Lots of shade trees. Easy drive from Houston. Pet friendly and lots of space to walk them. Good selection of restaurants in the town. Met some nice folks also going to the TRF. We camped here on three different weekends in a 40 footer. - r.boylan
Jul 2016 - $19.00
Rate reflects senior card discount. This is an oddly priced park for a COE, may be the sign of the future. You pay $16 for your site, which you get your 50% off for the golden age card. However, you then pay $11 for your utilities, per night. So the bottom line cost with the discount is $19. Without any discount its $27 a night, still not bad for full hook ups. There are 2 camping loops, first one is smaller, about 19 sites, second one is larger, both have bathhouse/showers. Beautiful park located on the shores of Lake Conroe. Park stays very quiet even over the weekend. There is a boat ramp, however no swim beach, playground or day use area so that keeps traffic down. Electric is steady, water pressure good at 65PSI, all sites have sewer and there is no dump station. Gate attendants and hosts were friendly and knowledgeable. Park was kept very clean. We saw no paid staff present while we were there. Our Verizon phones did not receive any signal and we had to drive 6 miles to I45 to get a signal for text and talk. However, our booster cradle did provide a wifi signal enough to check internet, email, etc. Park was clean and free of trash. Dumpters in each camping loop. There is a nice walking trail that goes though the park and long the lake. Good bird watching and deer will wander along the perimeter of the camping loop, also plenty of friendly squirrels. We would visit here again. - Fixn2gocamp
May 2016 - $19.00
What a great park! Just beautiful. Nice paved spaces with nice hookups, properly spaced for easy hookup. Nice hiking trails, pretty lake, except people have been cleaning their fish by the boat ramp area and it smelled really bad! That was the only negative.
Very nice host too. - tONY1952
Apr 2016 - $27.00
Spent two nights checking out new (to me) used diesel pusher before out of town trip. Host confirmed that the upper loop (first one on left) in park is the quieter of the two camping loops. Site 003 low on passenger side, so manual leveling done. Power, water and sewer were easy to connect, near back on driver side. Sewer connection had actual threads to hold adapter in, so no ballast rock needed. Dark enough to see stunning stars at night, and, VERY quiet. Cell signal spotty, but serviceable. Still figuring out TV connections in new rig, so didn't get TV signal, but host pulling in 20 channels over the air digital signal. Easy in/out to back in space with 38 foot rig. Roomy paved road with marked areas wide enough to park a boat on a trailer, or drop the towed car. Easy access (6 miles) to I45 and New Waverly for 2 grocery stores, hardware store, gas, etc.. Perfect for short escape from metro madness in Houston! - GoldSeeker
Jun 2015 - $23.00
Rate reflects one week stay. This park has deteriorated drastically in the past few years. The sign has letters missing and hanging, and the giant potholes at the entrance have just gotten worse, to the point where we will not be returning. The park has become pretty much just a trailer park for permanent residents, with a few sites for transients. There is an abandoned home behind the park that is unsightly. There used to be a nature trail around the park grounds, but it is all overgrown and un-maintained. A very depressing little park, needing lots of TLC. - Cockapoo Lovers
Jan 2013 - $41.00
Not the best we've stayed at, but decent. More than a few pot holes on the road leading to pull throughs. Sites were narrow and a little cramped. The man that checked us in was very nice. - renthal
Jun 2012 - $28.00
We stayed at this park for a week. The rate reflects price with Escapees discount. The pull-through sites are long, relatively level and gravel. There is a small lake with a lighted fountain and you can walk around the entire lake. Some sites have trees. Access in and out is easy. There is a jam session held each week and Alma (the female of the couple who manages the park) has a beautiful voice. We would stay here again if passing through the area. - Guinness