32 RV Parks near Saginaw, Texas
We did however find 32 campgrounds within 25 miles of Saginaw. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Saginaw in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This park no longer exists. Drove past today and it is now a construction site. - KiwiRVer
Nov 2013 - $39.00
Rate reflects Escapees Club discount. Perfect location for visiting downtown Fort Worth - world-class museums and great restaurants all within walking distance. Park is old but well-maintained. Sites are very tight, but acceptable. Hostess was very friendly and helpful. Great WiFi. If you don't like urban environments, don't stay here. But if you want experience downtown Fort Worth, the park's deficiencies are offset by its location. We stayed here four nights and would stay again. - Mingo Papa
May 2013 - $36.00
This is the most difficult park I've ever had to navigate and I've been doing this for 20 years. And I only have a 36-foot motorhome. That said, it's the most convenient location in the "middle of the action" in Fort Worth. The electric pedestal I had was one of those just a few inches off the ground and it was so loose it kept letting my plug fall out. The pads are barely wide enough to extend slides. The other thing that makes this place special is the owner and the park host. They are top-notch folks who really want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. - Midlander
Aug 2016 - $33.00
The "resort" in the park name is a misnomer!!!
The park is gravel throughout, the grass was browned out, my site was not level. My site was an overflow site that accommodates long RV's with trailers. This resulted in my trailer that was still attached to my 40' Class A, to be partially blocking the host's carport. I worried the whole time that my trailer was going to receive damage from someone entering or leaving the carport. The back of the trailer was next to the roadway, so again, I worried about damage from others in the park. The sewer connection was uphill from my drain connection. My tanks did drain but the sewer hose still held fluid. I always drain black and use grey to clear and clean sewer hose, so at least no odor from hose. Site did have 50/30A service and water. No cable but OTA was available from Fort Worth.
The park is predominately used by permanent residents. Most appeared to be working since the park was pretty empty during the day. With roadways and campsites gravel/dirt, the park is pretty dusty. There was one trailer in the back of the host's house that had a drain hose emptying to the ground, not a sewer connection. Isn't that a hazardous waste issue?
The only reason I stayed at this park was it's proximity to Saginaw, a small suburb of Fort Worth. The host was very friendly and accommodated my needs. They came by as I prepared to leave on my scheduled day and thanked me for staying with them. Can't say enough good things about the hosts. The park however could use lots of TLC. - kihei7
Aug 2012 - $15.00
The park is 90% permanent residents. Hard to believe we found this in the Passport America listing. The contact was friendly and helped us find the place. It's way off the beaten path. We did get good electricity. Our pull through was next to a street construction project. A notch above "trailer trash". We got a place to park and the price paid may have been a little high. I looked at the web site and it sounded OK, but what a surprise when we arrived. I would not stay here again. - john rv
Jun 2009 - $15.00
We had three coaches and arrived together.The park is 90% permanent residents and all are in disarray. Passport threw us a curve ball on this one. I cannot believe they would give this place a listing. To be frank, it was one step above "Deliverance" in its appearance. We gave it a two only because a good clean up might help. I like their dogs running loose when we are asked to put ours on a leash. - mh32750
Mar 2016 - $30.00
They only allow guests with RVs that have been maintained with working restroom facilities inside their own RV. They do not offer amenities, such a bath house, or maid service. They also no longer offer wifi, because the park is mostly a long term stay park, and guest staying at the park are long term heavy users, and they have their own service to watch movie, play games, etc. Understand the type of park you are asking to stay at before you call them. Thank you. - troll killer
Feb 2015 - $15.00
Stayed short term. Showers were closed to campers due to mold and bug issues. Park is not maintained. Grass is brown and personal trash piled all over the park--old tires wood etc. Would not recommend a stay. Management is hostile and not will to help with any concerns. - too good
Oct 2014 - $35.00
The staff I dealt with was friendly and helpful and even loaned me a 50-to-30 amp adapter since I didn't have one. The gravel site was relatively level. I did have a couple of issues with the the park. First, the restroom/shower (singular on purpose) was pretty awful as was the laundry room. I definitely would not use either. Second, the visual appeal of the park is very much lacking. It is not a pretty place. Third, not a great place for kids. There is nothing for them to do and really no place to walk or run around without driving somewhere. Overall I felt the park was priced comparably to some much nicer parks within 25 miles. - JPen365
Jun 2015 - $10.00
Only stayed a weekend, so we really don't know that much about the park. The RVS are very close together. The scenery is nothing but rvs, very little trees. This park seems more for long time stays. If you are looking for kake, you won't get it here. The park is right off a busy highway, and across the street from a housing addition. - RVlivinfam
Feb 2014 - $18.00
Rate is weekly rate of $125. Best site we have had here is approx 70 ft long, relatively level pull through. Friendly folks. New bathhouse/laundry building. However, our 50a power sagged badly (as low as 102a) at times (don't run coffeemaker & toaster at same time). Sewer connection is at the far front of site and connection to provided 4" pvc sewer pipe is not possible w/normal equipment PLUS it ran uphill, very low water pressure at times, free WIFI virtually unusable. - AFChap
Apr 2010 - $11.00
Rate reflects $300 monthly rate. Some sites are pretty tight. Many sites have 50amp receptacles that actually are a 14-30R with L shaped neutral that have been "forced" so that a 14-50 plug will fit. They test as a normal 14-50R with a meter, and they have a double-pole 50a breaker on them. Many long-term residents. Rules pretty much not enforced ...stuff stored around/under trailers and pets not picked up after. Grass mowers threw grass debris all over sides of our motorhome, weed eaters shredded sewer hose ...manager promised payment for the hose but we never got it. Septic system aerator sprinkler created stinky swamp around dumpster, with "aroma" sometimes going throughout the park. VERY close train track with slow freights 24hrs. Free WI-FI worthless unless you are parked right next to the office. Unfortunately, there is not much to choose from in the area... - AFChap
May 2010 - $25.00
This park is a gravel lot with 2 rows of back in sites with concrete patios. Most of the occupants seem to be long term residents. No manager on site, you call the telephone number on the sign and pay with a drop box in the laundromat. There are 2 washers and 2 dryers. OK for a one night stop. - Ned
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Gated, clean park; however, not for long term stays. Management is too concerned about running and controlling people and not managing the park. Women, beware. Manager does not interact very well with women, but does make a point to be overly friendly with gentlemen. My husband was uncomfortable and felt she got in his "bubble" a few too many times. We were planning on staying for up to a year or longer, but did not feel like we could handle all the gossip and "Peyton Place" behavior. You could never see or talk to the owner, management made sure of that. The RVs are very close together, and you could hear RV doors slaming open and shut at all hours. Very annoying. Boat dock very small and crowded. It was hard to relax, wondering what the manager would confront you about at any given time about the most trivial things. We saw her confront many of the residents about things that didn't concern her, and it caused a lot of strife and discomfort. It was told to every resident, your "sh#!t" is on wheels, you can leave at any time if you don't like the rules, etc. The water pressure is horrible most of the time. The laundry room is very nice but never hot water and they don't get the clothes very clean because of the pressure. I have been to several RV parks, and management has never been as unprofessional as I have seen here. Drinking too much, talking about other residents to residents, and allowing her employees to drink while on the job were just several things we saw during our visit. And if you do express a concern, she will only turn things around on you and find reasons to get you to just learn to say nothing. Just not a peaceful environment. - RVlivinfam
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This park was nice, but the management is more concerned with controlling campers than running the park. Lots are extremely close together to the point you can hear others in their RVs if you are outside your rig. Entire park is nothing but gravel roads, sites, etc. Extremely dusty and God forbid it rains then it becomes a severe mud hole. Sites are all on an incline and it makes it very hard to level your RV. There is an extreme problem with dog poo not being picked up and the SNAKE problem is not good. There are lots of water snakes and copper heads around the common building, you have to be aware of this when you go down near the water area. Boat ramp is small and not much room to back into it. Issues are a big concern with water pressure; most times it's so low it makes taking a shower very difficult. Water lines break a lot which in turn causes water to be turned off to RVs for long periods of time without warning. Would not recommend this park due to its many issues. - too good
Oct 2007 - $15.00
The Boat ramp makes the stay worth the hassle. The owner has very little to do with the park and the management has changed hands since our stay. The park is good for an overnight stay or even a weekend stay however long term stays beware. Nicely put, the management is too involved in everyones lives and they leave little room for a quiet private stay. There is no swimming allowed from the boat ramps and they charge to store your boat. - kap7893
Mar 2014 - $30.00
If you like to stay between a custom home construction site and a place that sells a lot of pavers, plus have the ambiance of a very busy freeway with limited lake view, then stay here. Not only is the location bad, but the staff isn't friendly either. Nothing like having an old crotchety drunk who thinks he's a security almost run head on into your car to harass you because you were going 15 mph through the park. - MoreSmarterTexas
Mar 2013 - $30.00
We admit that park personnel at this RV park were friendly and helpful initially, but when we ran into a verified high voltage problem with the park the manager would not admit that there was an issue that needed to be addressed. We have an electrical management system in our motorhome which shuts down power to the rig at above 132 volts, and which did so several times. Using the Lakeview RV park's voltmeter with the manager present, as well as my own, we confirmed about 280 volts in the pedestal wiring which supplies power to the 50 amp outlet, and 140 volts in the wiring supplying power to the 30 amp outlet. All of the expert opinion that I can find, and it was substantial, indicates that these pedestals are out of those power company specs which I am told should be 120V +/- 10% or +/- 12 volts. Those specififications using this formula would permit a maximum of 132 Volts allowable, and voltage at 140 volts is substantially above this level. Since the park manager admitted to me that they had checked three additional pedestals and found the same voltage at all, they assumed that there was no problem. I talked to three licensed electricians, as well as to other experts in the field, receiving eight total opinions that this situation is a serious problem. I believe that the real problem with this situation, however, is that park management would not believe that this is a problem. They told me, with witnesses present, that they have been having substantial electrical problems. However, all they could say was that the only time that they had ever seen this particular problem was with large motorhomes. There are a large percentage of trailers and fifth wheels in this park, and I believe that none of them has the capability to detect electrical problems to the extent that many large motorhomes do. I believe that this situation and this park management attitude will only change when one of these units has a fire or perhaps burns to the ground. I believe that the excessive voltage present could burn up light bulbs, TV sets, refrigerators and other sensitive electrical units and could cause other electrical problems. We had paid for a week's stay but left three days early, and of course they would not refund our money. Their only comment was that since I believed that the voltage was too high, that we should leave the park, which is what we did. This is not the kind of RV park that I ever wish to visit again. - jmorgan54
Nov 2012 - $30.00
Very friendly and helpful staff. Sites are mostly filled with long term tenants. They keep 3 open for travelers if full. Just off of 820 SB so good for traveling through. No showers or washrooms for your use. Laundromat available for your use. Sites are level. - murph164
May 2017 - $45.00
Very nice RV park near Fort Worth, shopping, and the main roads. All sites are back-ins with full hook ups, some are shady but most are in the open. Streets are paved and the sites are packed gravel with a concrete patio. Lots of grass between sites and around the park. The mangers are friendly and accommodating. There is a mix of short term people and long term stays, but everything is kept neat and clean. Bathrooms, laundry room and fitness room are modern and clean. This is a good place for an overnight or a long term stay. - JoyceM
Nov 2016 - $56.00
For our purpose of just needing a place to stop for the night, this park was fine. When I called to make the reservation, the lady was helpful in trying to find us a discount through various groups. We did not use the pool or fire pit area, but they looked very nice. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained. There looked to be several community picnic tables, none at individual sites. There seemed to be quite a few permanent sites, but all were neatly kept. This would be a great location if you are going to the Texas Motor Speedway. - southerngirl98
Nov 2016 - $36.00
If you stay here one or two nights as a stop over, you will be put in a site at the front of the park. All traffic in and out of the park goes right in front of you.
When I made reservation, I was told the site had a concrete pad with a patio. The reality is a gravel site with a small concrete strip (patio). There are no tables and there are large (residential) garbage cans on the site (see photo).
The pool area is nice and has a water feature, however it is closed early.
We were sitting and enjoying the water and asked to leave at 7PM.
Overall a clean park, but not what I would consider a resort. - RV_Traveler
Feb 2013 - $35.00
Went here when the price was reduced for the "off" season. A nice park but we have been to much nicer and far less expensive parks. $65 on season is ridiculous. It is clean and the senior citizen staff attentive. Over priced and nothing special. I believe this city owned park on a Corps of Engineers park takes advantage of its central Dallas/Fort Worth to overcharge customers. - artgpo
Nov 2005 - $50.00
We camped here for the Inaugural Dickies 500 NASCAR race in November 2005. We weren't expecting much and we weren't disappointed. Shower room is big; we didn't use it but lots of folks did and we didn't hear anyone complain about it. Grocery concession run by Albertson's with typically high prices for an event such as this. Ice was $5 per bag and it half-melted before reaching the trailer. Church services on Sunday morning before the race and several other activities available in campground area. No golf carts allowed, no gasoline-powered cycles or ATVs allowed. No motorcycles allowed in campground areas. If you don't have a bike, you walk everywhere. The big draw is the NASCAR race. Camping is convenient to the track so there's no three-hour wait in traffic to get to the race. Keep in mind although it's Ft. Worth, it's technically the desert; it's hot during the day, even in November when we stayed here, and cold at night. No quiet hours: it's pretty much a 24-hour tailgate party. Sites are 20'x50' but there's no limit on the number of RVs and vehicles that can be crammed into each site. The site on the awning side of our trailer had two small travel trailers and a Class A on it. Speedway offers fresh water fill-ups and honey wagon service "for a nominal fee". We didn't fill our waste tanks, and our fresh water tank had more than enough water for the weekend, so we didn't use either service and we can't give the cost. - Rick&maribethinMS