3 RV Parks near Silverton, Texas
Nov 2012 - $23.00
This could be a nice park. The sites are above the lake, but it's so low that water sports are not allowed. It is gravel and a a tad rough around the edges. We were the only campers the night we stayed. From Silverton take TX 86 W 5 mi and TX 207 N 7 mi. - bugsy
Apr 2017 - $18.00
This is basically a large grassy field in the middle of a residential area. There are no trees and no shade. No picnic tables. All sites are grass/dirt with the exception of the one next to the office. We called to book a late arrival and the person who took our call said that rain was in the forecast so she would put us there rather than in the grass to help us avoid mud. That was appreciated. You must ask for the bathroom and wifi code; they are not automatically provided. One hookup stanchion serves two sites. Wifi was strong. There is one clean toilet/shower for each sex with hand soap and paper towels and water-saving shower heads, a responsible feature in this drought-prone area. The women's bathroom was provided with paper bath mats, a nice touch. However, the toilet paper dispenser was empty. Watch out for dog poop from roaming neighborhood dogs. This is not the tourist season so we were one of two rigs on the property for the night. There are also several cabins for rent. Due to proximity to Caprock Canyon we expect this is a popular place for vacationers touring the area. We would stay here again. Nice folks and good value for a short visit. - leorah
Oct 2016 - $18.00
This park was a pleasant surprise. Caprock Canyon was full so we picked something close. This is a basic park in an open field. The whole area is prairie so that is to be expected. All sites are pull through and all sites are full hookup and you won't find nicer owners anywhere. Restrooms and showers were very clean and there is a laundry available. We will stay here again when we are in town. - bb6306
Sep 2016 - $16.00
If visiting caprock canyon Spartanburg or just exploring the panhandle region stay with these folks...
Genuinely happy to help their customers.. we were with them about 2 months while working in the area.
Sites are gravel and are all pull through. Utilities are between campers so no looking at your neighbors sewer hose.. Sites alternate 50 amp 30 amp.
Not the best drainage when it rains heavily. No trees.
Laundry is immaculate and centrally located in the campground. - 2dogsandacatfulltime
Apr 2017 - $17.00
This is one of our favorite parks in Texas. Gorgeous red rock canyons. Bison herds roaming around campsites and a prairie dog village. Star gazing is perfect and lovely sunsets. First two nights in Wild Horse overflow camping. Lovely spot, no services. Next 3 nights in Honey Flats with water and electric. Park WiFi is good. AT&T is good. Verizon not. OTA tv gets everything but CBS. - Mary_J
Jan 2017 - $25.00
Beautiful, large sites,many offering privacy, especially the outer part of the loop. Lots of bison droppings everywhere, and even the chance to see a bison on your site. And just outside the loop there's a prairie dog town. Great hiking trails, okay showers, and surprisingly good wifi. - Rudy and Dan
Oct 2016 - $25.00
The park is an ok state park. We have stayed at many Texas state parks and this one is not one of the better ones as far as the campsites are concerned. They are good, just not great. The canyon is beautiful. The buffaloes are awesome. But I will warn you that if you visit not too long after a rain you will be fighting the flies. They are big and they bite! Bug spray won't help either according to the park rangers - they attack by sight not smell. Yikes. And one other recommendation- don't come in the summer - our first visit was in August and we decided to leave early because it was unbearably hot. - MissyBuck