3 Parks near Pittsburg, Texas
Aug 2015 - $44.00
This is a "east" Texas RV Patk and apparently won some awards for best in the area.
It is right on the water and across the street from a restraint/bar/gas station. Park itself seemed looked after. Service not great. 20 min on hold, then forgot about us(we could hear them talking). Phone off hook for 2 hrs. Greeted with "go find yer spot" after pulling in. Not rude, but no service.
Good number of full time rvs at the waterfront. It's a full party spot on a summer Friday. Lots of smoking.
10 year limit on rvs... Maybe....
If you want quiet and no-party, this isn't it. It is beer, bait, and ammo... Which is fine.
Lakefront yes. Boat access yes. Karoke yes. - cb1000rider
May 2014 - $12.00
Rate was $12.50 for Passport America. Just an overnight stay, and had a long fairly level pull-through, so did not have to unhook toad. This looks like a fairly new park, with still some work to be done. That being said, not a bad place. Have some fulltimers, but all the RVs are in good shape, and sites are clean. A little off the beaten path, but would stay here again. They also have a small restaurant/bar across road at marina. - JJ & CC
Apr 2014 - $27.00
We stayed for 37 days in this park, and for the most part, it is a very nice place to spend some time. With that said, April and May are months that include the Spring transitional weather patterns, which create some problems. Site #9 turns into a mud hole after rains, and rain it does. The lake rose four of five inches during our stay. However, most sites have grass (ours did not) on either side of the pad. Also, if you plan on staying here for any length of time, ask for a site that is not located under the tall pines. Again, this is particularly true in the spring when the sap starts to run and the winds howl during thunder bumpers. I'm going to have to do some major clean up on our roof and sides of our coach from dripping pine sap, plus we had a two foot limb fall on the roof. Just hoping I don't ruin the clear coat. The lake is heavily fished, but fishing is fair to good. We were here for the bass fishing, using an inflatable boat. We had one week of good weather with light winds that allowed us to get on the water, and during that time we caught a good many bass, keeping only those that were 14 to 15 inches long and weighing in around 1.5 to 2 pounds. We caught lots of fish that were under 14 inches and several in the 3 to 5 pound range. The area offers everything you need, sans RV repair for motorhomes (there is for trailers and 5'vers) WalMart is 13 miles away, but a very easy drive. Not much in eateries, but if TexMex is your thing there are plenty of those. I don't recommend any in Pittsburg, but Mt.Pleasant has some good ones. If you go to Gilmer, do NOT eat at the Chinese Buffet. All in all, this is a nice campground, the staff is friendly, and they keep the sites clean and in good to fair shape. Don't expect much from their free WiFi, as it doesn't work most of the time, and when it does it is slower than a sleeping snail. - Darfantin
Apr 2016 - $33.00
Nice quiet park about 2 miles from Lake Bob Sandlin. I was on the only cement pad in the park on Site 17. Electricity, water and sewer connections are at the back of the site. Be careful pulling into sites because of this. Roads are gravel in the park and a little narrow. Sites are kind of close together but not on top of each other. Verizon service is 3 bars sometimes, but mostly 2 bars or less. Wi-Fi was not working during my stay, they said it was "hung up". Owners are very friendly. They are improving amenities in the park continuously. There are picnic tables in a pavilion in the park and they have just completed a nice large pet park. Area is still a little muddy when it rains, but they are working on landscaping in the park. Entrance drive to the park is a little obscured by some trees and it narrow. I would stay here again. - Paul_L63
Sep 2015 - $15.00
We were transferred to Pittsburg with my husband's job. The owner was very friendly. The spaces were tight, but very long pull thrus, allowing ample parking for both our vehicles. There were small shade trees. The park was located in a very beautiful, hilly area, making the drive a very pleasant one. The Laundry room was very nice and the shower house was clean and nice as well. The park was fairly new and immaculate. We were there only 5 months and would definitely stay there again. - Sharon Henderson
Oct 2012 - $25.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this RV park! A very clean and safe place to stay. They offer free laundry. The laundry room is secure and spotless at all times. They also have free shower rooms that are also keep neat and clean. Very pet friendly! They recently added a fenced in area for your pets to run. There is a host that lives on site but the owner is there almost daily as well. The owner planted several trees for shade during our stay. There is a small park with a paved walking track and nature walk just minutes down the road. Easy accessibility to groceries, gas, churches, schools, parks, and shopping. We wished we could have stayed longer! - PipelinersToo
May 2016 - $20.00
A very nice State Park. Asphalt road ways, concrete pads on all sites (although some of them appeared to be fairly short and/or not that level). Most, if not all sites, had a separate grass pad for tents. Sites also had wooden picnic tables on concrete pads, and metal grated fire pits. Campground has been carved out of the forest so heavily treed. Excellent spacing between sites, our site was very secluded. 30 Amp power worked for us, would have been nice to have 50 Amp (perhaps we selected the wrong loop?). Good water pressure on site as well. One restroom with showers between two loops. One garbage bin per two loops. Only one dumping station (with access for two units/time) for the entire campground. Free firewood available at the front gate (but, the campground did accept donations). Very friendly park staff. Loops were frequently patrolled by staff personnel. Overall, an excellent campground. Would definitely return. - WinnMac
Apr 2016 - $18.00
The rate does not reflect a required daily entrance fee unless you have a Texas State Park pass. Only a very few of the sites have any sort of water view at all. The campsites in this park are heavily tree covered, good for a hot day. We were lucky enough to be able to find a site with a hole to get satellite. We had very good Verizon data and voice. Most of the sites are not very long or would be very hard to level. The campground is fairly convenient to Mt. Pleasant. We were mainly there to visit friends, so did not explore the park itself very much. - TheJim
Mar 2016 - $18.00
As noted with Texas State Parks, you must either have a Park Pass or pay an additional $4 per person daily use fee. The sites varied in length and level grade. We chose a site with some lake view, and used leveling blocks. My RV power monitor noted that only L2 was powered on their 50A receptacle, so we asked the park, to learn that they have never connected 50A service to the sites. So I switched to the 30A plug and had good power even with an internal space heater. It was a fairly quiet campground, even with some large groups of young boys camping on our loop. We did not explore the park very much, taking day trips to Kilgore and to Tyler. We stayed 5 nights and would stay again. - cherib