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. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Our experience was very good. This is a small very quiet park. They try to target a mature customer, and therefore don't have anything for small children. They do have a small private lake with fishing for customers as well as a paddle boat for free use. Each site has a table and there is a nice community pavilion and barbecue grill. The staff and owner were very friendly and helpful without being intrusive. There are a number of long term residents but all are very well kept sites and trailers. We would not hesitate to recommend them. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pretty basic park; at first glance, not inviting; but once in and set up it measures up well. The owner assisted us and was from the get-go wonderful. They had just endured the rains (4" in one day alone) and thus had some work to do on the park. The Wi-Fi didn't work due to the rains but all other utilities were fine. She went out of her way to try and rectify the Wi-Fi issue. A good person and a good park. We would stay here again without hesitation. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park out in the country. Rate reflects monthly rent of $325. Electricity is separate. Pluses: Some nice sites, mostly gravel. Nice little lake and creek. Very helpful park manager. Cons: Lots of road noise, especially in sites nearer the highway. Daily and weekly charges are much higher, and rigs over 36' pay an additional $5 a night. Some sites very small or just parking lot style. Only a few sites have concrete pads. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Stopped for a week but ended up staying a month. Rate reflects monthly cost. Perfect park for extended stay to see the area. The road had some noise during day but became quiet at night. Plenty of room for our 37' fifth wheel. The Wi-Fi was so good we did not use ours. Had good AT&T service. The managers were great. Friendly and helpful even taking us with them out to eat. Some units are long term but areas are clean and well kept. The park residents were friendly. For the fishermen the lake appeared to have plenty of fish. We will return if in area. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $32.00
The nicest camp managers we have run into in a long time. It was raining when we arrived and they parked under a covered site where we stayed. They couldn't have been more helpful. Location is off the interstate and outside of the small town of Lindale so it was very quiet. Beautiful lake on the property. We would stay there again as we travel through Tyler on I-20 at least once a year, and this place beats all the parks right along the interstate by a mile. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $32.00
Having been on a very busy extended trip (almost 6 months) we were looking for a quiet RV park to settle for a couple of weeks. In East Texas, just north of Tyler, we found a gem in the Lions RV Park. It is located in quiet countryside; you never hear the Interstate, airplanes or trains. From any of the full-hookup sites you can enjoy the 20 acres of treed, rolling hills and the 4-acre spring-fed lake. If you take the time to "smell the roses", you can count the beneficial carp, turtles and other lake inhabitants. Some campers have been skilled enough to catch up to 4 pound bass. It has a comfortable club house, almost new laundry equipment, outdoor smokers and BBQ and sunset-watching piers are available for all to enjoy. If we didn't have obligations at home, we would have stayed for another week. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $10.00
The park is the best run park we stayed in this winter. We stayed a month and the time was extremely enjoyable. We paid $325.00 a month plus electricity. The park has a 5 acre fishing lake that you don't need a Texas fishing license to fish in as the lake is privately owned. The owners are extremely nice as well as helpful people. We learned they are putting in four new pads that will be 40' by 24' and covered. This has prompted us to consider coming back to spend the entire winter next year. I wish more parks were as neat, clean, and well run as this park. Congratulations to the owners, as I generally don't have this many good things to say about a park. We camped at Lions RV Park in a Travel Trailer.