31 RV Parks near Tyler, Texas
Nov 2016 - $10.00
Price is based on monthly rate.
It's just a park has a laundry mat, library, bath house. No pool, no meeting room. Very nice owner and his sons. Easy on and off I-20. Just a little ways out of Tyler. - JustDon
May 2016 - $15.00
The sites were level and the hook ups were centrally located. However ours did not have a sewer cap so we had to use boards to ensure the hose stayed into the pipe. The restrooms could have been cleaner. We called for reservation and the person said to come along, pick a site and they would catch up with us, we never did see anyone, so just left the money in the box the next day. - Al and Anne-Marie
Mar 2016 - $26.00
The park was not what I was expecting. I would not go there again. We only stayed two nights. There was no cable or Internet provided. There were no amenities available. There were more people that lived there than RVers. - stormgirl
Sep 2016 - $31.00
It has concrete sites and is an older park so it can be tight for a big rig pulling a car. But it is an OK to good overnighter. The long term residents seem to keep their rigs neat and their cars out of the roads. I would stay again if in the area. - peddy dick
Apr 2016 - $31.00
We came into Tyler, Texas, for one night with our Class A. Due to bad weather in the area we arrived late and indicated we wanted to leave late the next day. The manager was quite generous and only charged us for one night though we were clearly exceeding the checkout times for the next day. We went in with a specific agenda, try Stanley's BBQ and find a used record shop that we had heard about. We did both. If you like Texas BBQ, don't miss Stanley's. Selfishly, the vinyl record shop will have to remain my little secret. The park was perfect for this as in we needed a short stop. It is really a large parking lot. The benefits of this is that it is very level. The con is that you have NO grass between each site. This is not a place to extend your awning and sit outside. There are no picnic tables, grills, firering, etc. There are full hookups and a small laundry and restroom area. We didn't use either, so I can't comment. They do have a nice size dog park with grass; however, there are burrs. The location makes this quite a good place to stay as it is right off the highway, easy to navigate a large rig, and in Tyler city limits. The park has numerous pull-thrus with plenty of room for your toad. We were able to hook and unhook at our site. If you aren't looking for frills and really just wanting to stay for a day or two to enjoy Tyler (they do have one of the last remaining drive-in movie theaters, Sky Vue) then this is a good spot for you. If you need a place for a longer stay, I would suggest Tyler State Park, one of the Texas Gems, or go on down the highway a bit, spend a little more, and pamper yourself at Mill Creek RV Resort in Canton, Texas. - LLP1097
Nov 2015 - $30.00
The sites were concrete pads and level. Good WiFi, very friendly service at check in. The draw back was that this is an older park and the sites do not have a lot of room between them. Also there are a number of full time residents with most of their units in good shape but there are a couple of residents whose units look terrible. It was good place to stop for a couple of nights as we passed through the area. - JD1040
Oct 2007 - $20.00
The campground was nice. The pond was lovely, very quiet and secluded. However, the owners have no business running an RV park as they tend to make up rules as they go and they tried to stick us with a "late charge" that was no where in the rules. - toddmcc
Feb 2017 - $35.00
I stayed for 2 months in one of the park cabins and it was absolutely wonderful! The cabin was very clean, well stocked and my front porch faced the private lake which was just gorgeous and peaceful. There was a on-site laundry and you can fish right out the front door just about. The owners were also very accommodating and attentive and a pleasure to interact with. This place is a diamond find!!! - Spring Hill Fresh
May 2016 - $32.00
This is a small, no frills campground. There is little for children to do, so take that into account. Most of the guests are long term. The campground is clean and well maintained. The camp sites are level and easily accessed. Management is onsite and very attentive to your needs. We were here for several days and will definitely stay here again next time we are in the Tyler area. - usedtobe
Oct 2015 - $34.00
The park owners have put a lot of hard work into this nice adult RV campground. There's fishing in the private lake, and camping under the stars. It's just far enough away from the hub-bub of city living, but close enough to shopping and all the entertainment of Tyler and Lindale. The park is kept clean and tidy, and the park manager is there to answer any questions! We stayed in a 40" RV, from October to March. Would come and stay again, if we should be passing through! Thank you for making our stay and enjoyable one!! - mbhb55
Apr 2010 - $12.00
Rate paid reflects monthly rate of $350. Used to have 20 sites, but they have destroyed utility hookups to 4 pull through sites and have mobile homes parked/stored there. There are shared utilities on 6 paved pull-through sites; others are grass back-ins, mostly occupied by long-term folks. There is excellent free W-FI, free CATV, 1 common use covered grill & table, playground, laundry, showers. Utility hookups are surrounded by pipe barrier that complicates sewer connection. Decent park but suffering from some neglect (handles broken off water hydrants, etc.) We would return again. - AFChap
Nov 2005 - $25.00
Located south of I-20 at mile marker 562. Nice level,paved or asphalt pads on most sites. Has a playground and basketball hoop for the kids. Laundry room available. They have a sheltered picnic table and grill. A few small trees. Park is very quiet and secure. Staff is very pleasant and friendly! - Pistonpopper
May 2012 - $35.00
This is a park really intended for long-term residents and is still in the process of becoming as it is less than 2 years old. Some of the spots are gravel; some are concrete. Most have some shade at least part of the day as it's located in a former wooded area. There are only 4 transient spots and anyone looking to stay a week or longer should look into one of the other lots. - leciel19
Oct 2011 - $10.00
Pass this one by. It is advertised as an adult, extended stay park for buses, motorhome and high-end 5th wheels. But the Owners have disregarded that to get any renters. Generating cash flow is more important to them. The rate I paid is a discounted, monthly rate. The park is under construction with limited amenities: no bathroom or shower; unfinished laundry; limited Wi-Fi access; crushed concrete roads and pads; and no private yards as advertised. The Owners have no RV experience and the parks layout shows it. My hookups were located near the front of our pad making for a long hookup. And the 3 page rental agreement your required to sign: not worth the paper it's written on. - pepawntx
Dec 2015 - $29.00
We stayed at Spring Creek for almost a year. It took until July for the swimming pool not to be full of algae. The bathrooms are cold and the showers extremely slippery. No electric outlets. There is constant demolition around the park. Where there once were trees new sites were half set up. When to be completed? This left constant sand wind storms. In a year we saw a lot of attempts of improvements, none completed. Large piles of wood with a lot of live things in them. Just like clearing off the field for storage units that the tenants are to rent because nothing is permitted outside your unit. Animals are not treated well there either, not pet friendly. The place was great when the last park host was there once she left it went downhill. New rules were enforced and because we have a disabled person who needs certain amenities and told after almost a year could not have them and had to take them down were forced to leave. Top it off rates are going up. - maryreddeb
Jun 2015 - $28.00
This is a nice, clean park. The sites are pull-through. There had been lots of rain, but because of the soil, there were no problems with standing water. Lots of trees on some sites. All were easy to navigate. They are building more sites because of a long wait list for long-term people wanting to stay in this park. Super quiet! Very pretty! Would have loved to have had time to swim in the small pool. Hosts were great! Would stay again if they had a site available. - GiGi and family
Feb 2010 - $28.00
This park is aesthetically appealing but functionally a disappointment. The restrooms look nice on the inside but the building is not heated or cooled (we froze when taking a shower). There is no electrical plug in the bathroom and the lights are on a timer. Every day we took a shower the lights would go out while showering. We had to wait for the lights to reset and then jump around to get the lights to come back on. The bathroom was sanitized once in two weeks. When it rained the RV site was muddy. The entrance is not maintained so the road is rough. The homemade speed bumps can really wreck havoc if you don't come to pretty much a stop and then slow roll over. The owner is nice but hardly ever around. - Good2bFree
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a nicely wooded park for a get away or big lots for a home. Rates are reasonable with a nice family atmosphere. Pets are allowed so we were able to bring our pets and they loved it. Need to stop by when you are in the area. We will go back. - D44-rock
May 2017 - $32.00
Stopped at Tyler State Park in Tyler, TX, for an overnight after a long, stressful driving day. We prefer actual parks to RV "parks" that are more expensive and are just parking lots next to noisy roadways. Our price included the $6 per person entrance fee, which kind of cheeses me to pay on top of the camping fee, but we've encountered this in many state parks. We didn't have the opportunity to explore the park, but our next-site neighbor is a frequent flyer there and had great things to say about it. The setting was beautiful, full mature trees and lots of vegetation. I grew up camping in a park that looked almost just like this, so I loved this place. We had no problem with our 30-amp & water hookups. No problem backing in to our site with a 32-foot class C. There were several pull-through sites in our section. Would love to return and spend some time actually camping there, rather than a stopover. - talwms
Feb 2017 - $28.00
Beautiful East TX park. We stayed in the Lakeview area, which I recommend. The pretty park is kept up nicely & isn't in the middle of a bunch of meth labs. We found it spotless, including the bathrooms. We have a 25' motorhome and backed into our site, but there are pull-throughs. The campsites are spacious with plenty of area around them should you want to set up a tent. We set up 2 ENO Hammocks, left our bikes out, had a lantern pole, picnic table and fire ring with a grill grate. Firewood can be purchased via the honor system by the camp host's site. We had full hookups and concrete pad, which required leveling blocks. Our site was shaded and on the water. Because of the tall trees, satellite didn't work. No biggie. I didn't pay attention to whether or not there were spots with a clear view to the sky. You can rent boats & fishing equipment. There is a swimming area. If you enjoy biking, birding, hiking or geocaching, there are plenty of options/trails. We took a nice hike around the perimeter of the lake...maybe a couple of miles? The camp store is well appointed. The only issue we ran into were the thieving raccoons who have a taste for prime rib-eye. One of the fearless little buggers managed to steal half of a steak right off the grill when we walked a few feet away! (so much for leftovers!). Our neighbors, who frequent this park, say they are a big problem at this park, so keep your coolers and everything food related inside your car/camper! Sites at TX State Parks are first come first served, although you can reserve a "space" beforehand. The ranger said starting Dec 2017, you will be able to book "site specific" spots online. Day use fee is $3/day per person. We got a TX State Park pass for $40, which negates the day use fee and if you stay more than one night, you get half off the 2nd night. Well worth it if you plan on camping/using TX state parks more than a couple times. Book early; this is a popular park, close to Dallas & fills up during the season. - Mary_O
Dec 2016 - $28.00
We stayed 3 nights in the Lakeside camping loop L71 a premium site with full hookups . Nice site with a good view of the lake. This loop is a little tight for maneuvering 40' motorhomes with a toad, but can be done. Sites at our end of the loop were a little closer than we like but much better than most parks. The State Park is only about 2 miles from I20, so is a good place to spend the night if you are passing through. In addition to the nightly rate of $25 there is a $5 per entrance fee unless you have a Texas State Park pass. The campsites can be a little muddy if it is raining and it did rain 2 out of our 3 night stay. - Ruffin It
Apr 2017 - $25.00
The park is located near interstate 20 which made it convenient to Canton's First Monday Trade Day (20miles). The circle drive for overnighters was actually pretty easy for our 39ft fifth wheel. Very easy to pull into our slot and hook up. Owner was very friendly and helpful. We would stay here any time we are in the area. Inexpensive, kept neat and clean, friendly. convenient to area attractions. - TheWeeks
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Just off of Route 20 this park makes a convenient overnight stop which is easy to get into and out of. It is rough around the edges. But, everything worked and the price, at $20, is right.
The layout for transients is unusual. You are to park in a circle, yes just like the wagon trains of yesterday. It works once you figure it out.
The park is over 90 percent low-end long timers. The transients are assigned sites on the highway side. The highway, Route 29 is close, less than one hundred yards.
Wifi is good. The water is fair. It has a taste and 257 ppm of contaminants. The wife, cat, and I would not hesitate to stop here in the future.
Note that Garmin doesn't know about this park but can find it using the address. - The Penguin
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Unusual park as others have mentioned. Many permanent campers. Poor night lighting. I was concerned about security as entrance is wide open.
I will not stay here again.
Site was actually pretty level. Power was good.
Payment drop box was missing pricing info and envelopes. I had to call the owner to find out the price. - racer0624