26 Parks near Whitehouse, Texas
May 2011 - $20.00
Stayed at the Lake Tyler Marina for 2 months. We enjoyed it very much. Friendly, peaceful and quiet. Somewhat primitive, we were in RV Park 2, Water front, with no sewer hookups. They did come and dump our tanks 3 times a week (included in Rent). If you are looking for a resort this is not for you. It is what it is. The South Lake Grill is awesome, great food and entertainment. Being in a dry County a great place to go for a cold one. Hope to go back there again next year. - RiverRVers
Jan 2009 - $20.00
The park has a lot of permanent occupants. It has a lot of potential but unfortunately has been allowed to decline. The bathrooms remain in disrepair by abuse of the occupants. Being the only RV park on the lake it has little competition. - TexasRVer
Dec 2016 - $27.00
Nice clean park. Far enough away from Tyler to avoid the madness but close enough for visiting. Some road noise from 69 during day but no problem at night. Wifi worked great. - rockhill
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed at Bushman's a couple of times when we're visiting the Tyler, TX area. I have found it to be one of the cleanest and best-maintained RV parks I've ever stayed at.
It is far enough outside Tyler that you feel like you're in the country (there were cows grazing just outside the RV park fence), yet it's only about a 20 minute drive into Tyler.
There is a nice indoor pool which my kids enjoyed.
Probably my only complaint is that they only allow one vehicle with each RV, so if you're towing a 5th wheel or have a tow vehicle, that will be all your allowed to have. Any visitors will have to park out front and walk through the park to get to your site. For a small fee (I believe $5/day) you can park an additional vehicle. To be fair, I guess part of the reason the park looks so clean is that there aren't a lot of extra vehicles around to clutter things up.
I stayed in a 45' motorhome and found that the site had plenty of space and all the hookups (including 50 amp power) were excellent.
Overall, I thought the service was friendly and the park is very nice, so I recommend it. I will stay there any time I'm in that area. - RedRaider1993
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here 3 nights in mid week. Very satisfied with facilities. Long pull thru with concrete strips, required slight leveling but no problem. Electricity, water, sewer worked great. Wifi was good but at times would slow to a crawl but most of the time was OK. The park wasn't crowded when we were there but they seem to have frequent groups that may fill the campground. Make reservations to be sure. The front entrance is gated and the park is very secure. Slight road noise from Highway 69 but didn't cause any problems. Would definitely stay here again. - threehendersons
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
Sep 2014 - $350.00
Restrooms and Laundry were very clean and nice. Camp sites were extremely close together. There wasn't room to enjoy grilling or even having the awning out. Rate was a monthly rate we stayed for 18 days and decided this wasn't the park for us. The manager/host was very nice and polite. The owner was not. - Kcmohler
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
Sep 2014 - $25.00
First off, great owners/managers, just plain nice people. Some sites a little different; they are covered (under shelters). Most seem to live there full time and very friendly. The owners are more interested in your comfort. I just pulled along side a fence, and the owner helped me drop the towed. He said he would get the money later. Had to find his wife on day two. Would stay again. Only gave it an 8 because there are no amenities and no trash pickup. - Phrg34
Aug 2014 - $25.00
These folks are the NICEST people I have ever met. The park is clean, maintained, everything was super nice. If they have a spot open, this is a great place with great people. - plasma800
Mar 2014 - $40.00
Trails End is the best on Lake Palestine, with small boat access ramp and bank fishing available. Very Clean with modern utilities and large lots. Owner on site and very helpful. The long term tenants are great and help maintain this park in top condition. If you're looking to enjoy East Texas this is the place to stay. - TomCtheBest
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
Dec 2015 - $29.00
I have been here in my Tiny Home for about 4 months now. The owners are extremely nice and helpful. The grounds are clean and have partial wood covering. There is a gravel road that leads you to further from the highway but still noisy from the road. There are no animals that run around and my cat Penny has loved the wooded area. There are a few travel trailers that are permanent here but over all I have had no complaints. - Brittto
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