27 RV Parks near New Waverly, Texas
Apr 2018 - $45.00
This is an extremely large KOA campground with over 200 sites. The entrance was easy in, easy out and easy to drive through. We has a concrete pad that was not quite level, but OK. There was grass in between sites and the cable and WiFi was pretty good. Nice, clean CG and a pleasant place to stay. - quilt lady
Mar 2018 - $48.00
As others have written, hard to reach by phone. Resorted to using KOA's website to make my reservation. Site was concrete,but tilted downhill. Nothing the auto-levelers couldn't handle. Good water pressure. Nobody enforced the 5mph speed limit. If the Park was busy, it would be a problem. Grass between sites needed mowing. Utilities were in the middle which was inconvenient. - ETX
Jan 2018 - $33.00
FMCA Rally rate. Worst Wifi reception so slow...and you have to reconnect with pass code each day. Some sites really slope. So check out your site before you park your coach. but otherwise huge park with. Concrete sites, asphalt streets,grass between sites, spacious sites, picnic tables, patio, in ground fire pits, enclosed pool and spa, huge rally rooms for big groups. Lovely park with ponds, lakes, many cabins around the lake. - Oooooooo
Apr 2017 - $30.00
A very nice and clean family owned campground. Beautiful, peaceful country setting. Very well maintained and lots of family activities. - Wildflowr31
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
Mar 2018 - $25.00
This is a US Forest Service CG on the shore of Lake Conroe--several of the sites are an easy walk to the water. There are 2 loops with water/elec/sewer. An urban oasis, well-used by Houston area campers, hard to get a reservation on a weekend unless way in advance. There are several 'one night at a time' spaces that allow no-res use, but can be kicked out any time it gets reserved online. We paid $19 using a Golden Age Pass. Lots of fishermen use this campground. The restrooms are adequate but showing lots of age/heavy use. Iffy for satellite use because of the tree canopy. Most pads are 35-40' long, with a few longer--long trailers can use them all if no trees at back to block overhanging the bumpstops. - wingnut60
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Nice campground! Lake Conroe is your backyard. We stayed in site #30 which had a small view of water through the trees and a trail leading down to the walking trail and lake. Poor satellite receptions due to the trees. Sites were spacious but parking for extra tow vehicle can be a problem. People with boats were using the extra spots in front of campsites. Watch out for low tree limbs! Full hookups are nice in a campground. Sites are fairly level. - travelerofusa
May 2017 - $24.00
Very nice and quiet campground. We stayed 2 days in each loop for a total of 4 days. Both loops are equally nice but several of ones in the Sycamore loop have water view or waterfront access within 50' or so. The boat ramp is also at the Sycamore loop. Hosts were very nice and were observed immediately tidying up recently vacated sites. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Rate includes $10.00 reservation fee for each site. Would definitely stay here again. - Pleasure-Way_TX Traveler
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Price reflects $20 nightly camp fee plus $5 day use fee per person per day (waived if you have $70 annual TX state park pass). Large campground, very pretty. Good road. Paved sites with tables on concrete pads. Most of the sites are on the water or have a view of the water. Sites 1-25 are full hook-up pull-through sites; 26-59 are E/W back-in sites. Many sites will take large rigs. Most sites are fairly level, but be sure to have blocks with you because some are quite sloped. Lots of shade. Over-the-air TV channels limited (CBS and CW is all I could pick up). Verizon signal good.
The one thing I had to mark the campground down for was the extremely unclean condition of the showers in the bathhouse serving sites 1-59 (mold and mildew build-up). - aowcarol
Jan 2018 - $25.00
This is a very pretty State Park, located in the tall pines, on Lake Raven. Park is clean, and sites and roads are paved. There is plenty of room between most sites, but many are extremely unlevel. The Ranger recommended a site for us in Prairie Branch, with water & electric, which would accommodate our 39-ft. 5th wheel. We would stay here again. - FranM
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Never again in this state park. I love state parks but this one, no way. First of all, we stayed in the FHU loop and picked space 14 because it was the most level and had the ONLY open area with FHU that you could get your Sat Dish to seek up. Your table is concrete. The table and the fire pit are down 5 or 6 steps on a lower level. So everytime you needed something from the RV you had to go up and down. At the fire pit, you were surrounded by lots of trees and foliage and a standing still lake that allowed for more biting bugs that I have ever experienced in my life.
We didn't use the picnic area or firepit. Just directing my husband to set the RV up so we were in the right spot...took about 10 mins...my legs, arms, feet and back were covered in horrible bites. No matter what I did, shower, ice pack, witch hazel, cortizone, calamine, you name it: didn't help. 3 days here felt like a lifetime of hell. We had to relevel every day because the ground was so uneven.
They told us on the phone that it was $25.00 per night for FHU and $5 per day, per person for park entry. The girl told us that being they are affiliated with a national park they would honor our America the Beautiful and not charge park entrance. Well, we got here and even though the reservation said no charge for entrance the guy at the desk said, unless you have a Texas State Park pass, you have to pay it. If it wasn't getting late in the day, I would have left.
It cost us for 3 days: $30 just for park entrance and $75 for site. I could have stayed at any park for $35 a day and could have sat outside and not gotten bitten to death. Not very accommodating. Now I know why there is hardly anyone here except for locals doing a day visit to fish in the pond, or go to the so called beach.
If you are a big rig or your RV is over 40'...this is not a good park for anything over that. We are 40'MH and towed and we just barely made it through the roadways. Over head trees are desperate for trimming. I am sure my AC units help trim some.
Sewer hookup is raised so if your sewer hose comes out low be prepared. It will never be in a proper position to fully drain. Drainage will lay in that sewer hose till you are ready to leave and hold it up and rinse it. - Victoria Grace
Apr 2018 - $46.00
While the sites were a little too close together the place was immaculate. FHU pull-thru with plenty of room to park. Some toad noise from I45 but not horrible. We made a reservation over the phone. Our receipt and reservation info (including site # and gate code) were promptly emailed to us. They have WiFi but I didn't receive the code and didn't bother with it since we only stayed one night. We would definitely stay here again. - OpenRoadJedi
Mar 2018 - $45.00
The feeling you get while at this resort is truly magical. They have huge trees with the most beautiful lights at night. The park is new & clean. The owners are personally involved with the guests at their community events & food truck nights.
We have loved being here every time we come. - Road Master
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Our first visit, shortly after they opened, the spaces were not long or wide enough for big rigs so we had to find another RV park. This year the owners have expanded, nice level cement pads, plenty of room for our 45' with 4 slides, some sites have storage buildings, some sites are covered. The owners are constantly upgrading. Last year an in-ground pool and bar-b-que area, off-leash dog area, picnic area and wash/dry facilities. This year shower rooms and another expansion with more sites. Everyone is friendly. They have movie night, bring in food trucks, celebrate holidays and accept mail/UPS/FedEx for their guests. Love that they care about their guests. The entrance and exit are gated, trash dumpsters are at the exit. It is next to I-45 so you do hear highway noise when you are outside but the sunsets are amazing and they keep the grounds neat and clean. Feels like home. - PERRELLAS
Mar 2017 - $42.00
This park has seen its better days. First of all, from what we could see, there are only 3 spaces open to travelers. The rest are permanent residents. Do not be fooled by their website. Permanent residents have junk all around their units. One even had an above the ground pool! There are ant beds everywhere. There is a code to get in the gate and most of the time we had to use it to get out, too, because the motion detecting eye on the gate was not working. There is no cable, the wifi doesn't work, and you can't get many channels through antenna. The day we got there they were mowing and there was grass strewn everywhere and never cleaned up. From my understanding, through previous reviews, there used to be a pizza place here. The building is now empty, so no pizza. We never saw any management. We were given a code for the gate and were told that the manager would be down a little later to give us wifi codes, etc. She never showed up. We had to call and ask for the wifi codes, restroom codes, etc. There is a boat ramp in the park. My understanding is that the storage place down the road owns this park and the ramp is for park and storage customers. The only positive thing I can say about this park is, it was on the water. It's not even quiet because there is a fair amount of road noise. - Redheadfreckleface
Nov 2010 - $37.00
This is a fantastic place to stay with wonderful views. Wide area to use to back into concrete waterfront sites with thick grass. Great place from which to explore Sam Houston National Forest since the road it is on connects into the gravel roads of the park to the north. The pizza place was good, and there is a nice restaurant that would be open in the summers. They had "Steak Night" on Saturday. Nothing for kids on site except fishing. Has a good boat ramp and tie ups. - Tom Rosser
Jul 2010 - $28.00
We chose this park as it was close and on Lake Conroe. There are two sets of sites - on the lake and on the "hill" overlooking lake. The hill sites will not accommodate big rigs. The lake sites are $8 more and can accommodate larger RVs. Sites have concrete pads and grass. This is an active boat launch site and most of the RVs had boats. There is a small restaurant that makes very good Hunt Brothers' Pizza. There are no activities other than the lake. Fishing is available on the bank. The people here were very friendly. Your pizza is delivered to your RV. It is about 8 miles from Willis which is the closest anything to the park. - Mrmac8
Aug 2017 - $45.00
There's not a level site in this RV park. Lots of full timers with junk littering their sites. Went during rains, and all the sites we tried were muddy and rutty. Almost got stuck trying out the pull-through area. Did not feel safe, so we left. If the lake floods, so will you. At least they refunded our money. - Gayle Snedecor
May 2015 - $36.00
This park is much less appealing than represented on the website. Sites are not level and slope down to the water. Water, electric and cable were good. Lots of full timers with unkempt sites. - Breeze32tx
Sites: 180 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 28 Reviews
Nov 2017 - $1.00
Sites uneven, could not get Wi-Fi in our rig. Roads in bad shape, Building new cabins seemed to be a priority over RV sites. Booked for three nights left after two. Would never go back. - Richard Gfregg
Oct 2016 - $1.00
We will not stay again. Terrible sites, unlevel, hard to get into, rutted streets. But the worst part are the ANTS ! SUGAR ANTS ! We went into Houston for about 4 hours and came back to the ants that marched up our electric cord and up the side, roof and underneath the fifth wheel. Billions of them. Office didn't seem to care. Bath and Showers are clean. laundry was clean. December 15 and we still have them. - paula22222
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
Oct 2017 - $50.00
We rented a space by the water and enjoyed it in the beginning so much we added our boat to the package they offered. Spacious lots, some with shade. Concrete pad with a picnic table. Clean restrooms and showers.
The only problem is that they have, or rather had (don't know or care any more) people that they favored more than others. We had some of the most terrible neighbors that ended up having management ask us to leave!
Be very careful if you stay here with people that have been here for a long period of time. They act as if they own this park, and if they don't like you: you are gone without little notice! - Brett_Becky
Jul 2014 - $30.00
On the park website is a VERY old picture. The nice sandy beach does not exist - overgrown with grass. The pool area offers NO shade - unless you go inside the "clubhouse" and it has little to offer besides shade. I did not use the bath house but I did look inside - it appeared clean. The sites are very long and narrow. There are many trees. The pull thru Sites 109, 110 and 111 flood with rainfall. We have been full timers for almost 5 years traveling mostly in the South and this is the first time we have been infested with sugar ants. They are everywhere outside and of course like to come inside. Grrr. The TV hookup is very snowy and we haven't been able to get that issue resolved. We have our own internet and the cell coverage is okay. The nice lake has NO FISHING signs posted everywhere! Their are several pipeline workers here, so it is very quiet during the day and evening. We are here to visit family and this location is good for that reason only. A week is the minimum stay. We are here for a month $495 + electric. Probably have to stay here again to visit family. This is better than most in this area. - JMTP
Jan 2014 - $40.00
Don't let the slick web site fool you, this is a mobile home park for RVs. Located between a busy and noisy highway and a boat storage facility. We sat in a puddle of water for a week. The long term occupants have an attitude toward those of us just stopping to visit family. Had to drive 20 miles to get propane,since the park didn't have it. The office staff was not helpful at all. We interrupted her lunch and she was not happy at all. Would we stay there again, no way. On the good side, and there is one, great Wi-Fi. - kimble