16 Parks near Richmond, Texas
Nov 2014 - $29.00
Called ahead for reservation. Gave a cc #. They said they would save a pull-through site. They didn't. Rude park host yelled at my husband for stopping in the road in front of the poorly marked office. No signage visible for the office. No maintenance people to clean lots after the pigs leave. All they had was 2 sites that had wood pallets on them that previous people left. Had to move the pallet to get in. Got in and 30 amp was shorted out and outlet was broken. Used a 50 to 30 adapter. Never gave us a bathroom code number. Never stay here. - osofine454
Aug 2014 - $27.00
We were over-nighting while heading north on US 59. This park is about 5 miles off that road but worth the drive. No, it's not fancy, nor is it what I'd call a "resort". But it was quiet, the sites were level, the WiFi worked fine for us, and it was an easy in, easy out park. We paid $27.50 with our Escapees discount. We would definitely stay here again. - Pamela R.
Mar 2013 - $25.00
Lots of contract workers staying here. Sites are wide with rock and grass. It is not a resort for sure, but good place to stay for a few days. - Bob Woodall
Oct 2014 - $23.00
This park has mostly full time residents, many eyesore units, and not a very sociable park. Rules are not followed by the residents, dogs are not picked up after, drivers race through on the dirt/gravel roads, and trains run loudly by all through the night. The only plus is it is close to major shopping and Brazos Bend SP. We will not return. - rvrrat520
Oct 2014 - $20.00
The sites are very close together. Wifi is iffy at best. There are a lot of full time residents so lots of "stuff" around campers. No picnic tables at sites. Lots of older, run-down campers. Ok for an overnight. - Susan C.
Feb 2014 - $18.00
Potholes, dirt, and trashy permanent trailers. Old unkempt park. Price reflects weekly rate. We left before the week ended. We will not return. - 1yearusa
Oct 2012 - $35.00
Mostly permanent residents with some campers and sites in dirty condition. There are trees but some make entering site very hard. Not a good place for large rigs. Campground grounds are not well kept. Sites are very close and one side of campground is very hard to drive into to occupy site with no outlet sign and no turn around. - dagopapa
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Most residents are long term. I called this campground by mistake because I wrote down their phone number instead of the one I intended to call. The manager stated that they do not take reservations, but then proceeded to take my information and let me know we would be expected. Access is good and our site was level. There is no disconnect for the 50A electrical outlet - I don't like connecting/disconnecting "hot". Previous reviewers indicated no shade, but some sites are partly shaded. Also, a previous reviewer indicated no big rig access. We had no trouble with a 40 ft. coach and many sites would accommodate any big rig. My only issue is that this is not a $35 per day park. - 2005-Fulltimers
May 2011 - $30.00
Small park with mostly permanent residents. Staff very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and laundry in a portable building, were in good condition. Biker bar next door has great hamburgers and friendly atmosphere (if you like that kind of thing). If you need a weekend stop in the Katy / Brookshire area for a couple of days, this place will accommodate your needs. Would stay again. - Jim & Vic
Jun 2011 - $27.00
This is an older park in need of lots of attention. It is just barely capable of a 40 footer with a tow vehicle. Getting in and out is not for the faint of heart. On the plus side, electric was fine, water pressure fine. Site was level. This is not a destination park, but okay for just an overnighter. Call for directions. Rate is high for what you got. $27.00 is with a discount. - hug448844
Feb 2011 - $27.00
Not the nicest park we've stayed in, but still one of my favorites because it has a "community" feel and I've gotten to know many of the people who live here. The manager is nice and easy to deal with. Most of the people are here long term and are allowed to have storage units and to build decks and such. There are several pull through sites for overnighters, some are shaded. There is a pool, but it is not always clear and clean. The roads are OK, but have some potholes. This park is conveniently located near just about anything you might need: grocery store, restaurants, shopping, and even a hospital just across Highway 59 from the park. - Bill and Cathy
Nov 2008 - $27.00
We stayed here for two weeks to finalize our going full time. The owner is very nice, however I believe that the area is being swallowed up by new freeway construction and the owner must be waiting for highway dept to buy them out. It needs a lot of maintenance care and the sites are 80% permanent residences. The quiet time is not observed because people were cussing late into the night, which kept my wife awake. A lot of traffic noise coming from the freeway. - USMCJS
Feb 2017 - $13.00
Stayed 2 months on a special opening price. Resort opened in Nov 2016. Same as other Quality resorts in Houston. Good wi-fi, cable, laundry clean. $2.75/wash, timed dryers $.25/8 minutes. Rec center has computers, free popcorn, coffee, exercise machines, newspapers. Propane on site. Would stay again. - DBSnowbirds
Dec 2016 - $13.00
Rate was $392 plus electric for a monthly. This is the best place I've ever stayed in! I agree with everything the previous poster said, although she forgot to mention the dog WASH station and catch & release man-made lake in the middle of the campground. I don't recall if she mentioned the uniquely shaped pool and hot tub, which are kept at 87 and 101 degrees, respectively and are open all year. Also the clubhouse with a full exercise room (universal, rowing machine, bike, elliptical, and treadmill - all state of the art), plus a billiards and shuffleboard table (as well as really cozy couches and recliner in front of the tv). Laundry was more modern and cleaner than most commercial laundromats and the showers were impeccable. My only "complaint" is that all that seemed to be missing was a playground for the kids (not a problem for me as I have none), but for families with little ones, it would give them a bit more to do. - cherylbrv
Nov 2016 - $15.00
This is a brand new park with Grand Opening prices - our 40 foot lake front space is $451 plus electric per month. We were one of the first to check-in. Some of the more unique things I saw and experienced during our visit: fresh popcorn and coffee all day long, tire inflation station on the way out, cell phone charging station, no coins or bills needed for laundry, storage sheds for rent, very wide park roads - backing our 38 foot in was done with ease on the first try, various sized sites and pricing so you pay only for what you need, we had enough of room to put all three slides out, park toad next to coach and still have plenty of room to walk around. We have been here a week now and the quiet is very noticeable - no trains - no planes and no highway noise. So quiet in fact that only real noise is the pond aerator pump if your space is around the water - it is on a timer and does not run at night. All park access and egress points are code lock controlled and that was one of the few problems. The main entry gate keypad is located close to gate so it is necessary to get out of vehicle to use it. If staying very long you will want to get a remote - deposit required. I ended up carrying our remote on bike rides as my bike would not trip gate opener on the way out and there is no keypad for exiting, also some of the facilities are undergoing last minute construction but nothing that bothered us in any way - lots going on and it looks like everything will be finished in short order, dog walk gates on the south side of park lead to a hike and bike trail around a lake. Aldi supermarket within walking distance from park entrance, major regional mall just north of park on hwy 6, Westpark toll RD just minutes to the south from park entrance and very convent access to highway 59 or I-10. As fulltimers, Houston is our home base for annual family, friends and doc visits and Highway 6 RV resort will be home Houston home for years to come. - ctpres
Feb 2017 - $25.00
Eight of the 10 sites are on concrete. Most of the sites appear to have long(er) term occupants, e.g. more than 2-3 nights. Best to call ahead. Lodge seems to have a regular meal schedule and Bingo on Thursday night. However, parking lot wasn't very full for any of the scheduled events while we were there. Power and water were both good. Vzn coverage was okay. - GerMarV
Apr 2016 - $55.00
We stayed 2 different nights, parked by the office in pull in site 124. Older park with many full time trailers,campers, with huge trees, so watch your Sat, but strong cable TV & WiFi service. Super nice and friendly office staff. We stayed here to be close to galleria area. Pool area looked spotless and park is well maintained. We will stay here again when in Houston. With highway construction on Beltway 8, if you are going north on Beltway 8,watch for your east feeder street to I-59. Park is located east of PPL RV sales lots and behind Sterling McCall auto dealership, on the south side of I-59 - RV park has a sign on 1-59( southwest freeway). If you are going south on Beltway 8 , exit at 1-59 feeder road and go east. - Oooooooo
Oct 2015 - $50.00
Sites are concrete ad, very narrow. We were here for only 1 nite & our site was right next to office, laundry & showers. Very convenient but no privacy. Entire complex is mostly concrete, narrow strips of grass. Landscaping was nice & well maintained. Laundry was superb. Dog walk area & dog wash facility! Nice rec room & heated pool. Located in a very congested area in back of several car dealerships. Would not stay here for an extended period bit one nite was fine. - Hulda
Jun 2015 - $22.00
We stayed here for 6 weeks while working the floods of Memorial Day 2015. Owners are consistently grooming and cleaning the sites. There are a lot of workers of various occupations, but it's very quiet, people are friendly but not in your business. The laundry is clean with several options of cycles so the $2.50 seems fair. We kept a clothesline between the trees in the back of our RV for line drying and that was readily acceptable. The pool was treated 3 X/day for bugs and the most I saw using it were 3, including me. An exercise room, a computer room, and pool table rounded out the community hall. They recently added TengoInternet, have cable, and Wi-Fi works great. Very close to the 59, the 8, the 610 easy to get to any place in Houston. Found it to be a utilitarian city but lots of wonderful places to eat. Close to La Porte, Galveston, and Beaumont. Would come again anytime. - Barbara Smith
Feb 2017 - $39.00
For an "in-town" RV park, Katy Lake is a great choice. We were in Katy to visit a friend who lives 5-10 minutes from the RV park, so the location was perfect for us. We're not fans of crowded RV parks with lots of sites crammed together, but we knew what we were getting into so I can't really complain. There's enough room to open your awning without hitting your neighbor, but not much more room than that. Our pull-through had a paved car parking pad next to the RV, so with our car next to us we had very little camping space (not unusual for a park like this). The $39 per night weekly rate for full hookups right in Katy close to everything is a good deal. Right outside the RV park is every store you could need, in the typical suburban never-ending strip mall frenzy. There is a very nice 1/2 mile paved path around the lake, and a nice fenced dog park that's bigger than most, but apart from that there's no good place nearby for longer dog walks. The WiFi worked intermittently and was usually too slow to be useful to us. Verizon and AT&T both worked great. The RV park entrance on Morton Rd. is quite uneven, so you may want to take the turn slowly to prevent dishes from flying out of cabinets. The park is gated and you need to pay a $50 refundable deposit for the remote gate opener. They also give you a code to get in with the keypad near the gate, but there is no way to get out without the opener! There's no keypad inside the park, and the gate does not automatically open when you approach from inside. One morning (before the office opened) the gate was apparently malfunctioning and we couldn't get out of the park--no remotes would open it. Eventually some other stuck RVers manually pulled the gates open so we could all get out. Due to the great location and reasonable price, we'd return here. - LifeRebooted
Jan 2017 - $20.00
ZERO wifi unless you go to the clubhouse. TV was good. Park is very nice but seemed to have some sort of drainage problem but the park was attentive to draining standing water and such. People are extremely friendly. Dog facilities were amazing! My girls loved going to the dog park. There were as many as 6 dogs at a time there and they all had a blast!! We also used the dog wash and it was equally fantastic! The wifi is the only deal breaker for me. - hap
Nov 2016 - $39.00
Park clean, well organized with good utilities and connections. My major problem is with rules and regulations. Individually each item could be overlooked - but collectively the result is we would not stay here again.
1. wi-fi worthless. I was only able to use it for an hour or two very early Sunday morning.
2. Must wear a red rubber wrist band when walking or hiking around in the park.
3. There was a "$50.00 five day advance notice deposit." printed on invoice. Explaination not real clear but apparently you must notify them five days before departing that you will be leaving as planned? We were only staying one week so we called on the first day to let them know when we were leaving.
4. They required copies of BOTH of our drivers licenses. On departure we insisted on getting them back with our deposit.
5. They required an emergency information contact name and number.
6. Not real sure when they were used but they had two wheel boots. Just like to ones PD's use for illegal parking.
7. Web site rules and regulations includeed this statement "If law Enforcement is called for any reason other than medical or fire emergency you will be asked to leave at that time with NO Refund or prorating of your site cost." This can be read to mean that if "I" call PD for gunfire at neighbors site - I would be told to leave and forefet remaining balance.
8. Lots of normal rules and regulations - most not enforced as far as I could see. Example - dump hose elevated on stand not enforced. Other rules kinda weird like three plant limit.
Otherwise as previously reviewed it is a nice park. Just needs some management/owner policy reviews to be more in line with what travelers expect. - ctpres
Feb 2017 - $20.00
One of the nicest parks we've stayed in within the past two years on the road. Great bicycleing, hiking, bird watching and camping. Some of the sites are hugh. Good satellite reception in our open site but Verizon 3G slow. Will definitely be back. Try and bring all the groceries you need. Stores a drive away. Great personnel at the desk. Buy a yearly pass if you're going to be in Texas more than 10 days. - smitty12
Jan 2017 - $18.00
We have stopped here a few times on our way further south in Texas and the more we stay, the better it seems. It is an outstanding state park. If you will be staying at more than one state park for more than a night at each one, the $70 annual pass provides a 50% discount on the second night at each park (the pass includes four of these discounts) and waives the daily use fee, which at this park is $7 per person per day. The pass pays you back in no time at all. The sites are on an asphalt pad that is 20 feet wide and about 60 feet deep, so you can easily park two vehicles on the asphalt. Sites are at least 100 feet apart in open woods and fields. The staff is very competent, nice, easy to deal with, and there are a number of volunteer hosts and other workers at the park. Our Verizon card worked well, and we got plenty of over-the-air TV stations. The park routinely fills up on nice weekends since it's so close to Houston. We will continue to stop at this park when traveling in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Jan 2017 - $20.00
$20 per night (plus a $7 daily parking fee unless you've purchased a $70 annual Texas Parks Pass, which pays for itself if you plan to stay more than 10 nights in Texas State Parks) was for a mostly level asphalt pad site (#219) with 30-amp electric and water. Most sites can accommodate a 40'+ RV (like mine) and tow with room to spare. It's an almost mile drive to the park office and then another two and a half mile to the campground. All sites have a wooden picnic table and fire ring. Sites are separated by large expanses of grass and trees. It was pleasantly quiet during my stay. The campground and surrounding area are home to rich bio-diversity including alligators. The campground office was staffed by a most friendly, informative ranger who provided maps of the park trails and information on the local activities and amenities. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website as well as in the brochures they give you. The campground is 16 miles outside of any large city where all amenities are available. AT&T cell reception is adequate for texting and voice. I used my Verizon jetpack for internet access as it received 4 bars of 4G LTE. I received 70+ digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Feb 2017 - $10.00
The rate is based on a monthly special. Level concrete pads just like the other Quality resorts in the Houston area. Wi-fi was excellent and cable good. The laundry and restrooms are cleaned daily. Some plane noise as small airport is nearby, no train noise. Rec building has exercise machines, free popcorn, pool table, ATM, free coffee. Computer room has 3 computers with printers, fax and copier. Management very friendly. We would stay here again. - DBSnowbirds
Nov 2016 - $55.00
Pricey, but clean and quiet. One of the nicest RV park in the gulf coast. Well managed and friendly staff. The mangers are very knowledgeable of all RV related things and that saved me $$$ when I needed to get my rig washed & waxed. Never had any problems with knuckle-heads cutting up and bothering others with noise, rowdy kids, etc. like we have in other parks in our travels. Sorry, we're retired and don't have time for that foolishness nor will we tolerate it. Lot of snowbirds here and generally friendly folks. An A+ RV park. - BubbaAndThe Bubbettes
Nov 2016 - $54.00
Nice park with mostly full timers or long term. Nicely spaced, concrete. Quality RV resorts runs this one and several others in area. WiFi strong. - rockhill