2 Parks near Montgomery, Texas
May 2011 - $1.00
Kelly's Pond is a primitive campground in the Sam Houston National Forest. There are no 'ponds' anymore -- the drought has made them mud holes. However, this is the entrance to the Multi-Vehicle trails in the NF. There are 9 picnic tables, grills and lantern hooks available for tents. In addition, you can pitch a tent or park your self-contained RV anywhere along the road or within the perimeter of the forest. There were a lot of dirt-bike riders and trailers when I went. There are also a lot of hiking/biking trails if you have kids that have BMX bikes. There is no charge for Camping; but a $5/day for usage of the multi-vehicle trails only. - happybooker1
Nov 2015 - $32.00
The entrance is a steep climb which will cause your drop-down hitch extension to scrape the concrete no matter how slow you drive. There are potholes in the streets but you can avoid them if carefull. Sites are long and wide but grass was overgrown and weeds in the firerings. Rally room was adequate with a fridge, sink, and microwave available. Very scenic with a hospitable staff providing an escort to your site. - 1alfa
Nov 2015 - $16.00
This is an older park, clean and neat but lots of potholes in the roads, some fixed, some not. Friendly staff. The park has a play area for kids, dog play area, catch and release fishing in the pond and a large function room. Nothing much going on in the winter months. It has a covered indoor pool open seasonally but nothing stating what season. Level cement pads with adequate space in-between, picnic tables and the 50 amp works well. WiFi is slow. We are staying for a month so we are in the back section. It is very quiet but very dark with minimal lighting in the back section. Easy access directly off 105. We would stay again. - PERRELLAS
Oct 2015 - $29.00
We stayed as part of a rally. The meeting facility was nice.
We had a confusing entry as the main entrance happened to be under construction the day we arrived, and we had already passed the alternate entrance by the time we discovered this, and making a U-turn is not an option.
The sites were nice concrete pads, relatively level with good spacing between adjacent coaches.
Laundry room was clean and well maintained. - pattic777