3 Parks near New Waverly, Texas
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
Mar 2016 - $28.00
I was hesitant to stay here due to reading reviews that cell coverage was spotty, but I am so glad we went anyway. We had 4G Verizon and AT&T with probably only 1 bar, but we used our Wilson booster and were able to get a good signal from both. Since we work during the week this was important.
Anyway, the park itself is wonderful! Especially site 30 which I think was one of the best spots in the park. The site was very spacious and private with a large yard. There is a beautiful view of Lake Conroe that you can see through the trees or walk down the path to get an unobstructed view. The sunsets were stunning!
The camp hosts are very friendly. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back. - Love2Camp777
Mar 2016 - $22.00
Very nice public campground on Lake Conroe. The sites are large enough for big rigs with full hook ups. The campground is located among the pine trees in the Sam Houston National Forest. We were there for only 3 nights during the week. Very quiet. We were able to walk on the paved trails in the park, but the rest of the trails were muddy from recent rains. - Co-Mike
May 2011 - $10.00
Stubblefield is in the Sam Houston National Forest. They have tent pads and some longer 'driveways' for RV's. No hookups, but bath houses and showers stalls are provided in two buildings at opposite ends of the loop. Very nice, quiet, shady area to enjoy nature in. Plenty of fishing in the area as it borders Lake Conroe. You can launch your canoe or kayak right from the bank at the CG. They don't take reservations, but if you go and they are full, there is an overflow area (grassy meadow) just east of the park across the bridge and on the left. Good for a nice, quiet getaway! - happybooker1
Jan 2016 - $10.00
Nice and quiet, except for the fast traffic on highway 1/4 mile away. Yes, several long term campers, but area kept clean. Manager very friendly; provided us with a paved site for our motorhome, when most sites were gravel. Big, huge grassy yard all the way around sites. Swimming pool was kept running and clean, even if too cold for our use. Park is close to state forest for lots of recreational activities, but not real close to big towns to do much shopping. - wheelen jv
Sep 2013 - $12.00
This place is a membership park, and we camped here through Passport America. The park is on the small size with very little shade. All sites are pull throughs. There is a clubhouse that has washers and dryers in one area. Timber Lodge would be nice for the winter time, early spring, or late fall. The park likes to have camping groups or clubs use the park. - Joceil